US PRE-ORDER - Doctor Who: Christmas Specials DVD & Blu-Ray Box Sets



2015 marks ten years since Doctor Who returned to our TV screens, and that also means ten years of Christmas Specials. To celebrate, the BBC is releasing Doctor Who: Christmas Specials a box set of all of the Doctor's yuletide adventures to date, starting with David Tennant's first full appearance in the role in The Christmas Invasion (2005), leading up to Peter Capaldi's first festive adventure, Last Christmas (2014). 

The specials star David Tennant, Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi as the Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors respectively, alongside a whole host of guest stars, including Catherine Tate, Kylie Minogue, David Morrissey, Michael Gambon, Katherine Jenkins and Nick Frost. Doctor Who: Christmas Specials will be available as a Region 1 3-disc Blu-Ray set or 4-disc DVD set from Tuesday 24th November in the USA.

Full episode list:
Tenth Doctor - David Tennant
  • The Christmas Invasion
  • The Runaway Bride
  • Voyage Of The Damned
  • The Next Doctor
  • The End Of Time (Parts 1&2)
Eleventh Doctor - Matt Smith
  • A Christmas Carol
  • The Doctor, The Widow And The Wardrobe
  • The Snowmen
  • The Time Of The Doctor
Twelfth Doctor - Peter Capaldi
  • Last Christmas
Bonus Feature

  • Ten Christmases - an all-new exclusive feature, in which Rufus Hound is on a mission to discover what makes a Doctor Who Christmas Special so special!
Each set also includes the Twelfth Doctor's sonic screwdriver! 




An alternative Blu-Ray gift set is available including a set of TARDIS speakers instead of the screwdriver.

Pre-order the DVD here
Pre-order the Blu-Ray here
Pre-order the Blu-Ray TARDIS speaker set here



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