Tonight the new series of Doctor Who begins on BBC1. The series will lead us to a major climax in which the Doctor’s secret will be revealed.
Filming for the highly anticipated 50th anniversary special will start on Monday.
After much gossip, lies and half truths, two names have finally been confirmed for the special, courtesy of Doctor Who Magazine. In the magazine, out next week, it is confirmed that David Tennant and Billie Piper have signed up to appear in the special. Rumour has it that the Doctor’s clone could be involved …
Also reported to be starring is screen legend, John Hurt (Alien).
Instead of the expected 90 minutes,the special will be sixty minutes long. Though in fact it could end up being slightly longer) and receive a limited worldwide 3D cinema release.
The new series of Doctor Who starts tonight at 6.15 on BBC1