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Full Classic DOCTOR WHO Episodes Streaming Live Now on Twitch

Full Classic DOCTOR WHO Episodes Streaming Live Now on Twitch

All of time and space, everything that ever happened or ever will; where do you want to start? Why not start at the beginning?! With over 50 years of Doctor Who television episodes available, it’s very hard to know how to watch, when to watch, and in the post-DVD age, how to watch. We’ve already told you about how the entire 26-year classic Doctor Who catalog is streaming on the boutique subscription service BritBox, but if you want to get your feet wet, or just want to watch along with other fans the world over, you will soon have the option of Twitch.

Following in the footsteps of cultural touchstones like Bob Ross: The Joy of Painting, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, and the entire Power Rangers canon, beginning May 29, you’ll be able to watch all 26 seasons of classic Doctor Who (minus, you know, the stuff that doesn’t exist anymore) in a massive, months-long stream, starting with 1963’s “An Unearthly Child” and going all the way until 1989’s “Survival,” an ironic title for the final episode of a TV series, you have to admit.

If you’ve ever been curious about classic Doctor Who but found the idea overwhelming, or if you’re a longtime fan who just wants to chat live with other fans about a thing you love, this is a great opportunity to do just that. Over 500 episodes will stream, Monday-Friday beginning at 11am PDT, on Doctor Who‘s official TwitchPresents channel. The episodes will be shown in blocks, three times a day, around the world, completely free, and there’s exclusive Twitch emotes and introductory episodes by UK Twitchers The Yogscast.

How envious I am of you, new fans, to get to watch “The Time Meddler,” “The War Games,” “Inferno,” and “Enlightenment” for the first time (four of my personal classic favorites). For a larger list, and an explanation of some of my recommendations, click here!

And set your helmic regulator, and maybe your chameleon circuits if you’re at work, for May 29-July 23, when all your classic Doctor Who dreams will come true.

Images: BBC

Kyle Anderson is the Associate Editor and the resident Whovian for Nerdist. Follow him on Twitter!

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