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The Sarah Jane Adventures ist eine britische Fernsehserie und ein Ableger der populären Serie Doctor Who. Die Serie wurde zwischen 20von BBC Wales für den Kindersender CBBC produziert. The Sarah Jane Adventures ist eine britische Fernsehserie und ein Ableger der populären Serie Doctor Who. Die Serie wurde zwischen 20von. The Sarah Jane Adventures: Sarah Jane Smith ist eine ehemalige Begleiterin des „Doctors“ und kennt sich daher bestens mit außerirdischen Gefahren und . Entdecken Sie The Sarah Jane Adventures - Invasion der Bane und weitere TV-Serien auf DVD- & Blu-ray in unserem vielfältigen Angebot. Gratis Lieferung. The Sarah Jane Adventures (SJA) ist eine britische Fernsehserie und ein Ableger der populären.
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My Parents Are Aliens — Daleks' Invasion Earth A. As shown in the initial, New Year's Day special , Sarah was a wealthy and reclusive eccentric.
Her somewhat lavish house, car and lifestyle were paid for by her work as a freelance journalist , and an inheritance from the aunt established in her first Doctor Who appearance and the pilot for Sarah's first spin-off series.
In the opening narrative, she acquired an adopted son , a highly-evolved human , who had been manufactured by the Bane.
Her hitherto lonely life was also invaded by a girl who had just moved into the house across the road.
Once the series proper began, and her adopted son, Luke, started attending school with Maria, they picked up a third friend, named Clyde Langer.
Initially, then, the format of the series was about the three school-aged kids having alien -fighting adventures with Sarah, whilst trying to keep Maria's divorced dad and mum unaware of their activities.
Major subplots included: Maria and Alan Jackson's attempts to have a productive relationship with Chrissie, in the wake of the divorce; Sarah's efforts to be a good mother; Clyde's attempts to help the socially awkward Luke "be cool"; the gradual uncovering of Mr Smith 's true nature; and Alan's discovery of what exactly happened at Sarah's house.
Early in series 2 , however, the show obviously scaled back the importance of adults other than Sarah. The Jacksons were dropped from the series, replaced by Rani Chandra , and her parents Gita and Haresh.
Unlike the Jacksons, however — who were almost always a significant part of the narrative — the Chandras were much de-emphasised, and often used as mere comic relief.
For instance, it took Haresh two series to amass as many appearances as Alan had enjoyed in a single series. Also, the Chandras were often in just one of the two episodes of a story — as in Death of the Doctor — whereas Alan was typically in both parts.
Moreover, the Chandras were all but unused in series 4 , appearing together in just one serial. Clyde's parents were featured in one story, but it was a story which hardly utilised Sarah.
For the most part, parental involvement dropped significantly after Alan Jackson accepted a job in Washington DC early in series 2, and was little more than incidental after the series 3 premiere.
Over time, even Sarah's new, maternal role was scaled back. Luke Smith 's presence began to be scaled back in series 3 , such that he was largely absent from several episodes.
By series 4 , he was said to be in university a year earlier than the two other kids and was thus reduced to a recurring guest star.
Practically speaking, the show's format for the last two series featured Sarah, Clyde, Rani and Mr Smith as the major characters, with everyone else reduced to supporting roles.
Common character "beats" that reverberated during the time that Rani was on the show included: the greater involvement of the Doctor in Sarah's life; Haresh's role as the headmaster of the kids' school; the contentious relationship between Sarah's two computers, Mr Smith and K9 ; Luke's continued communication with an off-screen Maria; the recurring threat of the Trickster ; and a certain level of subtle romantic tension between Clyde and Rani.
The development of SJA never attracted the same level of minute coverage of its parent programme. Whereas the production of individual Doctor Who stories was often known in great detail, behind-the-scenes information about SJA was considerably harder to come by.
The project appeared to have started in , slightly prior to the broadcast of School Reunion. Their initial idea was "a drama based on the idea of a young Doctor Who", but Russell T.
Davies vetoed this. He suggested instead a series based on the Doctor's former companion Sarah Jane Smith. Reports of a spin-off series first emerged around the time of School Reunion original airing, with the series having the working title of Sarah Jane Investigates.
Phil Collinson held the title of "Series Producer" during the first year. Gareth Roberts — a sort of "uncredited producer" — said of the initial series, We're all determined that this will be a big, full-blooded drama; that nobody should ever think of it as 'just' a children's programme.
Roberts in DWM Bouch remained in the producer's chair through series 2. By the fourth series , however, both Gardner and Wenger were no longer credited on the show.
RTD was the only exec who remained of the initial main production team. Other important production figures included Phil Ford , who was credited as " co-producer " after series 1 , and Debbi Slater , who served in a variety of key production positions over the five series, including those of associate producer and production manager.
The writing staff was fairly stable throughout the programme's run. The job of the head writer was effectively shared between Phil Ford , Gareth Roberts and Russel T Davies for most of the five years — though none of these men actually got a credit as "head writer".
Davies did intend to write more stories for the show but on different occasions was forced to pull out being busy with writing Torchwood and Doctor Who, this meant he only ever was credited for writing two stories.
Production design was handled in the first year by Ed Thomas , though these duties were eventually given to others in the Doctor Who art department — chiefly Arwel Wyn Jones , who formally succeeded Thomas, but eventually to Keith Dunne.
Likewise, the initial casting director was Andy Pryor , but he, too, allowed primary casting responsibilities to eventually fall to his Doctor Who junior, Andy Brierley.
Though the theme music was by Murray Gold , most of the incidental music was actually by Sam and Dan Watts , composers not previously connected with the DWU.
Similarly, the cinematography was initially handled by Doctor Who regular, Rory Taylor , but the most prolific director of photography eventually came to be Mark Waters.
Casting decisions were not routinely discussed in the press with anything like the ferocity that Doctor Who casting announcements were.
As a result, many cast changes were often the subject of fan speculation more than fact. During the life of SJA , three kids were edged out of the production, but no official statements were issued by the British Broadcasting Corporation about any of these cast changes.
Kelsey Hooper was apparently the original "third kid" in Invasion of the Bane , but she was quietly replaced in series 1 "proper" by Clyde Langer.
No reason was ever given by the BBC for this cast change. However, it is possible to believe that Kelsey was never actually intended as a permanent cast member since Invasion actually wrote her out as unable to handle the "Sarah Jane Smith lifestyle" in its final scenes.