Today just keeps getting better! Not only did we get one trailer for “The Day of the Doctor,” but we got two! The second trailer was recently released and it is amazing! If you weren’t excited for November 23rd before, chances are you will be after you watch this!
BBC has officially released the trailer for “The Day of the Doctor” and it’s definitely been worth the wait! The clip shows a little bit of everything–Daleks, Ten, Eleven, Rose, Clara, and of course John Hurt. Watch below and tell us what you think of it!
Big news! After months of waiting, we finally have an air date for the 50th Anniversary’s trailer! This Saturday the trailer for “The Day of the Doctor” will be posted on BBC America and is scheduled to air Saturday on BBC One right before Atlantis.
In addition to this, we got some great new stills from the episode featuring Matt Smith and David Tenant!
In a recent interview with the Radio Times, actress Karen Gillan who played the eleventh Doctor’s companion, Amy Pond, said she will not be in next month’s 50th Anniversary Special.
“I’m not in it, just to put that out there,” said Gillan.
So what are her plans for the 50th anniversary special?
“I’m going to watch it!”
“I think I’m going to be in America, so I’ll probably round up all the people who like to watchDoctor Who in the area. We’ll probably watch it and drink PG Tips and eat Jammy Dodgers, if I can get them.”
Feast your eyes on this! The official poster for the 50th Anniversary Special was released earlier today, and it’s awesome! In addition to the poster, we also know the title of the episode is called “The Day of the Doctor.”
So, what do you think? Share you thoughts in the comments section below!
In an attempt to prevent spoilers from the highly anticipated 50th Anniversary Special, the BBC and global broadcasters have decided to air the special simultaneously across 200 countries!
In a statement, BBC Worldwide said “It’s always been our ambition to work with our broadcast partners so that international Doctor Who fans can enjoy the 50th Anniversary special at the same time as the UK. We’ll have more details soon about our very exciting global plans for November.”
Accoridng to the Radio Times, the episode is scheduled to air on BBC1 at 7 pm. To figure out what time it will be shown for you in your corner of the world, check out this helpful world clock, which will help you plan for the big event!