Number of Discs: 2
Duration: 136 minutes
Abandoned in the Vortex, the Master’s lost incarnation is about to be thrown a lifeline.
Earth rebuilds in the aftermath of invasion, and power rests with those who innovate. Genius Lila Kreeg makes a deal with the devil to see her dreams fulfilled.
As the Master returns, there are those – like Vienna Salvatori – who wish to hunt him, and those upon whom he wishes vengeance himself…
Romana is lost to the Time War though Leela and Narvin still fight to survive.
A resistance, caught between Rassilon’s fury and the Dalek Emperor’s mania, have a desperate plan to stop the conflict.
Everything ends. And for some on Gallifrey, the Time War will soon be over.
Number of Discs: 5 (jewel case in slipcover)
Duration: 311 minutes
Having lain divided and dormant on Earth for centuries, the most dangerous creature in the universe sets about rebuilding its life: reassembling its body, constructing a new casing, and destroying any threat that comes in its path – but this ancient force won’t succeed until it has eliminated the Doctor and her friends.
The Thirteenth Doctor’s ‘Fam’ of Ryan, Yaz and Graham land back on Earth, crashing into Call the Midwife’s Charlotte Ritchie as Lin and Nicholas Briggs, once again delivering his famous Dalek voice.
With plenty of action, a good dose of humour, a strong emotional through-line concerning the reunion between Ryan and his estranged father, and the return of old favourites the Daleks (or, at least, a Dalek), Resolution is one of the strongest episodes to come from the Chibnall production team. This holiday blockbuster of an episode makes for a great companion release for The Complete Eleventh Series.