Original ending for “The Eleventh Hour” finds its way onto YouTube

21st July 2010 • Blog Post by Ben Paddon •

Doctor Who struggled with its premiere episode. As we all know by now, “The Beast Below” was intended to be the first episode but Fox decided to dick around with the broadcast order as well as demanding that a brand new, more “introductory” pilot be filmed. Then they cancelled the show halfway through the series anyway. Bastards. A shame too, because we were just getting to know that funny old young man and his travelling machine.

Fortunately for us, the original ending for “The Eleventh Hour” has found its way onto YouTube. A DVD release looks uncertain, but if Fox get off their arses and actually release the show on DVD then this is the sort of extra I’d like to see.

The original ending can be found here.

Ben Paddon certainly isn’t here to help a malevolent entity to bring down the website. Ben writes and hosts PortsCenter, a webseries about video game ports that exists solely because someone once asked him if Doom on the PSone was any good. His favourite colour is mope.

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One Response

  1. ChrisM

    Heh. I think I prefer that ending.

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