Rejoice, this is an episode missing thought deleted and unrecoverable.
Martyn and Gerrod look at some episodes from series 5 of Doctor Who, this was recorded in 2010.
After taking an impressive £1.8million at the UK box office the fiftieth anniversary special of Doctor Who has made an impressive $4.8million.
The specially filmed 3D special played in 660 US cinemas on Monday.
In Australia it made $1.5M (AU).
After only being open for one day, Day of the Doctor globally racked up £6.5million and is currently second place in the US film charts.
With the success of this, I’d say a Doctor Who movie is pretty much guaranteed.
Here is the highly anticipated trailer for the upcoming 50th anniversary special of Doctor Who, The of the doctor.
Two trailers are due to air BBC1 tonight, but as a reaction to one of them “accidentally” airing in Latin America lady night, the BBC have released it online today.
The special will air at 7.50pm on Saturday 23 November on BBC One.
The official title for the 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who, has been announced ‘Day of the Doctor’. The episode will air on the 50th anniversary of the original broadcast, November 23rd.
The 75-minute special episode has been written by Steven Moffat and stars Matt Smith, David Tennant, Jenna Coleman, Billie Piper and John Hurt.
The DVD will be released December 2nd and can be pre-ordered here.
What do you think of the title, are you excited for the 50th and, will you be holding an event to celebrate?
There’s a rumour doing the rounds that an email was “accidentally” sent from BBC worldwide to employees confirming that series 8 will consist of 12 episodes (including the 2014 Christmas special) and feature a new Doctor.
The series is said to air in August 2014. Which, if true would mean Matt Smith is going at Christmas and a 15 month gap between series 7 and series 8.
A reduced episode run would make sense. The split was budgetary and hasn’t proved popular. Luther, Merlin and Being Human all had their episodes reduced in their hight of popularity.
An official announcement is being made by the BBC, at midnight.
Classic series villains, The Zygon’s are returning to Doctor Who for the 50th anniversary special. The creators haven’t fully appeared since the Tom Baker series, Terror of the Zygon’s. the appeared briefly in The Pandorica opens and we’re mentioned in the power of three.
Older who fans and Big Finish listeners will remember that the Zygon’s are shape-shifters, able to replicate any living thing they desire.
It has also been announced that Joanna Page, will also be staring in the anniversary special.