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The BBC have released a further trailer for next year's Doctor Who 60th Anniversary specials, set to air over three weeks in November 2023.

The three diamond-anniversary episodes will see David Tennant reprise his role as The Doctor, this time the fourteenth incarnation, and Catherine Tate as Donna Noble. The next Doctor, played by Ncuti Gatwa, will then take control of the TARDIS, with his first episode airing in Christmas 2023.

Starring alongside Tennant and Tate will be Neil Patrick Harris, American star of stage and screen, and star of Netflix hit Heartstopper, Yasmin Finney. Bernard Cribbins and Jaqueline King also reprise their roles.

Speaking previously, showrunner Russell T. Davies said: "If you thought the appearance of David Tennant was a shock, we’ve got plenty more surprises on the way! The path to Ncuti’s Fifteenth Doctor is laden with mystery, horror, robots, puppets, danger and fun! And how is it connected to the return of the wonderful Donna Noble? How, what, why?"

Other Doctor Who stories:

  • No gap years, Series 14 length and Christmas Specials CLICK HERE

  • Miriam Margolyes set to join cast for 60th Anniversary CLICK HERE

  • Doctor Who announces Disney+ deal CLICK HERE

  • Ncuti Gatwa's Doctor costume revealed CLICK HERE

  • Doctor Who villains to get their own spin-off series CLICK HERE

The three special episodes will transmit in November 2023 as Doctor Who celebrates its 60th anniversary. More announcements will be made in due course.


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