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Doctor Who first aired on the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) on November 23, 1963. It was originally meant to appeal to a wide, family audience and as an educational program about the science around the idea of time travel. In fact, The Mutants, a script written for the series in 1963, was initially rejected due to the introduction of the Daleks and Thals because the show’s producers wanted nothing to do with any “bug eyed monsters”. However, they were forced to air The Mutants when the show became a hit and they ran short of scripts. The public loved the monstrous Daleks and they became a regular part of the show.
Doctor Who ran for 26 straight seasons until production of the show paused in 1989 before a possible 27th season. While Doctor Who would appear with new material in books, audio plays and even a TV movie, it would not return as a regular series again until 2005. It was in March of that year that Doctor Who was relaunched with the episode “Rose”. Unlike many other tv shows that are suspended for a time, the story continued on from where it left off in 1989.
Doctor Who is essentially a highly intelligent alien time traveler who explores time and space while battling injustice. Initially, Doctor Who was very mysterious, but over time we have learned much about him. As the series went on, he became less sinister and more caring. It was also learned that he was running from his fellow companions (known as the Time Lords) who, like Doctor Who, came from the planet Gallifrey.
Occasionally, Doctor Who will regenerate and/or change his appearance. This has allowed for a number of different actors to play Doctor Who throughout the years. In fact, there have been 12 different incarnations of Doctor Who (not counting special appearances by Doctor Who from different times in a sort of guest role) since the series began.
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