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Doctor Who Series 1-6 Infographic

I really wish I was the one who made this, but this fantastic map of the crazy Who-timelines was done by someone named Nathan The Nerd. Well done, Mr. The Nerd. Well done.

(Click on the graphic, then click on it again, and eventually it’ll be big enough to follow)

Check out the rest of this fine chap’s stuff here:



  1. EruditeVixen says:

    Okay so my hubbins had to draw me a diagram to explain Dr. Who’s time traveling in the first place. If it doesn’t involve a flux capacitor, a chalk board, and and alternate 1985 I don’t understand it. This diagram…it makes me want to curl up in a ball and cry.

  2. Beaudetious says:

    OK, so I hate to be a nerd about this… but then again, that’s why I visit this site. 😉 I just got done watching both Donna and Martha and the Doctor (and Jenny too) in the “Doctor’s Daughter”. Need to update the chart to show that Martha was involved. :)

  3. I think the only thing missing is the 10th and 11th Doctor’s appearances on SJA.

  4. Sean says:

    Sarah Jane Smith encounters the 10th in her show and Jo Grant and Sarah Jane Smith also met up with with the 11th in Sarah Jane Adventures to make the chart more wibbly wobbly timey wimey.

  5. Livius says:

    Very cool diagram. Need to print this out as a poster.

    @ Benjamin
    It has her time line in that order.

  6. Benjamin P says:

    I’m pretty sure River’s timeline has her doing Pandorica before Time of Angels. She already knew about that a the end of Flesh and Stone and said mentioned at the beginning of Pandorica Opens to Amy that she hadn’t yet seen them at the Byzantium crash.

    Cool, if a little hard to follow, infographic!

  7. Batgirl311 says:

    That must be it, that would certainly be a pretty insane start to the season! Whovians are pretty good about not spoiling stuff for each other.

  8. Kyle Anderson says:

    I think that’s just speculation. She’ll surely have more episodes I bet.

  9. Batgirl311 says:

    The ending has what I think is a spoiler for those of us who haven’t seen the second episode. If so I’m a little bummed out that there wasn’t any warning about it.

  10. Anna says:

    If you liked that graphic (which is awesome!), you might like this chart that explains the crazy timelines in The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang

  11. Sean Samonas says:

    Awesome work…it’s interesting to visually see everything weave together.