SYNOPSIS - The Doctor is a Time Lord: a 900 year old alien with 2 hearts, part of a gifted civilization who mastered time travel. The Doctor saves planets for a living – more of a hobby actually, and the Doctor's very, very good at it.
Amazon Prime Video
The entire series is available on Amazon Video, and you can sign up for Amazon Prime Video completely free in 10 seconds and have access to Doctor Who immediately for free (Amazon Prime users get Amazon Video access too), plus a whole bunch of bonus content.
BBC iPlayer + VPN
All episodes of Doctor Who can be watched for free on BBC iPlayer, but if you're based outside of the UK then you'll need a VPN to access the platform. Luckily you can very easily access BBC iPlayer from anywhere with the use of a free VPN, here is how you can do that:
- First, get yourself a free VPN. Head to ExpressVPN, and get 30 days free. You can cancel before the 30 days is up and get your money back. Set your location to UK.
- Next, head to the Doctor Who page on BBC iPlayer and start watching the episodes. Again, you'll need to make sure that your location is set to UK with ExpressVPN for this to work.
- Cancel the VPN free trial before the 30 days is over and you won't get charged for watching Doctor Who online! (I'd always recommend you keep the VPN because it's so cheap and opens up so many options for streaming, especially if you want to continue watching Doctor Who, but if you don't want to then it's up you)
Stan Trial + VPN
You probably haven't heard of Stan - it's an Australian streaming service, and it's actually pretty awesome. It has some great shows, including Doctor Who, and it can all be watched for free with a very good 30 day free trial. Even if you're not based in Australia, you can use a free VPN like ExpressVPN (30 days free and easy to cancel) to access the episodes, watch them all within the 30 days, then cancel the VPN and that's it! Just make sure you set your location to 'Australia' and you'll be able to access Stan.