The first Doctor Who 60th Anniversary trailer is here

Hold on to your sonic screwdrivers, Whovians! The first trailer for the upcoming 60th anniversary special from Doctor Who is here, and it properly introduces us again David Tenant‘s 10th incarnation, now returning for the second time in the form of the 14th.

Joining him in this three-part project is Catherine Tate’s Donna Noble, with the pair pitted against a formidable and enigmatic opponent played by Neil Patrick Harris. Returning showrunner Russell T. Davies picks up the story after his final episode in 2010 and promises to reintroduce the world to the story Doctor Who They loved it when the show made a comeback in the early 2000s.

In fact, for the first time in its history, the long-running British sci-fi series will find a new streaming home on Disney Plus, starting with the 60th Anniversary special. Because of this new partnership, the BBC is increasing the show’s budget tenfold.

Tennant isn’t simply reprising his role as the 10th Doctor. The show brands him as the 14th incarnation while Ncuti Gatwa will be the 15th. There have been rumors of Christopher Eccleston, Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi all returning alongside the last of the Time Lords, but even if such plans are put into motion Davies will definitely do everything in his power and then some keep it tight under wraps.

In addition to Donna, his grandfather Wilfred Mott is also present in the upcoming episodes. Bernard Cribbins tragically passed away earlier this year, but the actor still managed to find his way to Cardiff to film his final performance there Doctor Whoa fact Whovians will surely cherish for years to come given its popularity on the show.

That Doctor Who The 60th anniversary special will premiere on the BBC platforms on 23 November 2023. The first Doctor Who 60th Anniversary trailer is here

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