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September 28th, 2009 19 comments

Sarah Jane Adventures Series 3 Trailers

A brand new Trailer for Prisoner of the Judoon from series 3 of The Sarah Jane Adventures has just been released along with a CBBC Press release about its autumn schedule. To see the trailer click Here

Below is the accompanying press release along with a few small images.


Former companion to The Doctor and investigative journalist Sarah Jane Smith returns for a third series of alien-busting adventures on CBBC this autumn.

Prisoner Of The Judoon full trailer…

This exciting series includes a special appearance from The Doctor, David Tennant, who joins The Sarah Jane Adventures – not just for a cameo appearance but for a full-blown starring role across two episodes.

Sarah Jane’s team includes her adopted son, Luke; his streetwise pal, Clyde Langer; their schoolmate, Rani, who lives opposite and has aspirations to become a journalist like Sarah Jane; and Mr Smith, their Xylok supercomputer, who resides in the attic. Add to that Sarah Jane’s robot dog, K-9, and the team is set for six weeks of brand-new adventures.

Prisoner Of The Judoon short trailer…

Highlights include the introduction of a new alien race, the reptilian Veil, and their enemies the Judoon; an extraterrestrial girl who can make people play games against their will; a living painting; the inhabitants of a supposedly haunted house; monsters who want to infect the Earth with a strangely aggressive weed; and, finally, a chance for Sarah Jane to find personal happiness with someone who could be the perfect person to complete her family.

A brand new website will accompany the third series complete with a trailer maker, monster hunt, video diaries from the cast and web games plus exclusive behind the scenes videos.


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