This joint average certainly makes the all time top ten much more interesting. Currently there are only three classic stories in the top ten, and two stories from the latest series (Amy’s Choice and The Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone).
The Doctor Who Dynamic Rankings site has just received a large update to it’s engine. This will make future updates easier and quicker. Episodes should appear much sooner after broadcast. Also stay tuned for new features coming soon.
I have chosen allow you to vote only once for the whole season, rather than you being able to vote on each episode. This is because it is a single story with a single title. So it is more similar to a five part classic Doctor Who story, than a modern Torchwood or Doctor Who season.
Friday is Red Nose Day in the UK so remember to tune in (BBC 1 from 7pm) for “a special mini-edition of The Sarah Jane Adventures, in which Elisabeth Sladen and K9 are joined by comedy legend Ronnie Corbett.” Sounds fantastic!
Doctor Who Dynamic Rankings Update: By popular demand the votes for both episodes of a new series two part story can now be combined, and an average calculated. This is possible on the new Interactive Results Page, currently in Beta development. Stay tuned for even more features coming soon…