The Sarah Jane Adventures

BBC (ended 2011)



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The Sarah Jane Adventures
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"I saw amazing things, out there in space. But there is strangeness to be found wherever you turn. Life on Earth can be an adventure too... you just need to know where to look!" The Sarah Jane Adventures features the previous companion of the Third and Fourth incarnation of the Doctor from the original series of Doctor Who, Ms. Sarah Jane Smith! Elisabeth Sladen reprises her role once again and is back in action, discovering alien plots to take over the world, or simply helping a lost one get home... Sarah Jane and her new friend Maria Jackson, and her newly (and genetically grown) adopted son Luke Smith have no problem taking on any challenge!


    A Tribute To Sarah Jane's Elisabeth Sladen

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    • Elisabeth

      i wish she never die i would of like it if there where more season of the Sarah Jane adventures and i would of like to see more of that little girl Sky
    • Nice but....

      For a kids show it's quite nice, kinda funny sci-fi stories for the children's program.

      but the acting of Elisabeth Sladen is just awful and painful, even for a show for kids; all the children together act much better than sladen - that's kinda sad, isn't it?

      other shows with such bad acting get cancelled but this one is still running. Watching sladen is painfull, you wanna stick a fork into your eyes, even watching it online in bad qualitiy doesn't make it any more watchable. Just change the actress...she just might have played a role in the original Dr Who but even that doesn't make up the the horrid acting, maybe that's why she's confined for children TV, they don't realise her not existing skills.moreless
    • This exciting kids spin-off of doctor Who is a must see for all Doctor Who fans

      I first started watching this show when it first began. At the time i was about twelve. About the Adventures of Sarah Jane Smith, a previous companion of the Doctor,her son, Luke, and Clyde and Rani, his friends. In it they fight aliens from their attic and regulaly save the earth. It has always been a less scary version of Doctor Who which retains all the excitement. Although there have been a few character changes (Rani replaced Maria a few series back) this show still retains its charm. There is also the odd cheesy scene but this just is part of the show and makes it what it is. It is definitley a must see and all the fellow Doctor Who fans I know watch it too. Definitely the best and only good show on cbbc. Anybody who enjoys Doctor Who will most likely enjoy this more light hearted version. :Dmoreless
    • This series is great for children! It's also sweet that Sarah Jane used to be in the older Dr. Who series.

      I very much love Dr. Who, so when this series started, I was thrilled. Many children love Dr. Who, and being a "child" myself, I'm glad the Sarah Jane Smith Adventures, well, exist. My younger sisters enjoy the series more than Dr. Who because it relates more to them and it's not as... scary. The creativity makes the whole thing worth watching; as are the characters we all love. When I first watched it on the Sci-Fi channel, I had no idea it was meant for kids. I looked up the show here on and figured it out later, and I was already in love with the series before that. All in all, I love this series, and if you haven't watched it, you're missing out.moreless
    • Definately worth a watch

      I know the series was aimed for children but when I saw the story line for the end of the last series of Dr Who was to included Sarah Jane and what was left of the Torchwood team I had to catch up. Just to make sure there were not any threads from the series that were going to be relevant ;)

      While nowhere near as good as DR Who or as gritty as Torchwood due to the target audience it fits well in the middle of the two as a show you could sit down and share with younger children.moreless

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    Time Travel, Futuristic, Classics, Teen, Grade Schoolers