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December 25th, 2022 2 comments

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Doctor Who 60th Anniversary Specials Trailer

Here they come…

As Jodie Whittaker’s Thirteenth Doctor regenerated, it was none other than David Tennant who appeared as the Fourteenth Doctor. 

But what has led to the return of a much loved face?



  • Christopher David Britt

    March 30th, 2023 - 6:39am

    I love The Doctor the Idea of this character since I was old enough to understand, he helped people without thinking, no thought of reward.The Doctor is and always will be a hero to my twin and my self, growing up and watching The Doctor change and move on, change and move on, then nothing for a while then new Doctor, now The Doctor is a women I personally Like this idea there are no restraints on the creativity of the people who work on these project.Then I saw now as a 42 year old man that the actors put in extra work by answering fan mail from children all over the world my hat’s off to these good people actors who took this roll and saw it was more than just a roll thank you not just those who played the roll but to all the staff.

  • Doctor Stu

    January 2nd, 2023 - 1:09pm

    I’ll be a little bit disappointed if this trailer covers all three specials. It all looks like one episode. I feel like for an anniversary episode we need more. Being beaten around the face with fan service and cameos doesn’t work for Star Wars as it’s done so often but for Doctor who I think that’s what everyone wants in a special. This feels too safe, old villain, Doctor and Donna and then a regeneration. I adore, adore the Doctor and Donna they’re peak Doctor who for me but even with that, I’m just a bit sort of…meh. I’m hoping there’s a lot more to be revealed in the episode. Doctors, monsters, more celebrating the shows history. The 50th fell short of this a little bit it could have gone a bit further but this seems even less celebratory than the 50th.

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