Courtesy of skinnyscottishbloke:
a small ‘making off’ clip from Doctor Who: The End of Time, part 1With David Tennant (The Doctor), John Simm (The Master), Bernard Cribbins (Wilfred Mott) and Russell T Davies
Airs tonight in the UK, manyana in the States!!!
Courtesy of GallifreyNative
spoilers! Part 1 airs in the US tomorrow!!!
Doctor Who - Inside The TARDIS – BBC America – featuring Julie Gardner, Russell T Davies and David Tennant
Courtesy of kibakei
Parts 3-5 after the break:
Airs here in the US the day after it airs in the UK
Courtesy of WalesOnline and DrWhoTimeVortex:
Christmas Day, 6.00pm, BBC One. New Year’s Day, 6.40pm, BBC One.http://www.walesonline.co.uk/videos-a…Doctor Who producer and chief writer Russell T Davies said that he can bow out gracefully with the Christmas episodes, The End Of Time.The two-part show marks the final episodes for the 46-year-old Welshman who masterminded the revival of the BBC sci-fi series in 2003.
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courtesy of madterrapin:
BBC News had an interview with June Whitfield this morning and they showed a clip of The End of Time (quite a funny one) from Doctor Who. Enjoy! *No copyright infringement intended.
…BBC AMERICA today announced the U.S. premiere of David Tennant’s final special as the Tenth Doctor. Doctor Who: The End of Time, Part Two, premieres January 2, one week after Part One, on BBC AMERICA. The finale to the era of David Tennant is one of the most eagerly anticipated adventures in the history of Doctor Who.Guest stars include John Simm (Life on Mars) as the Master, Timothy Dalton, Catherine Tate and Bernard Cribbins.
This schedule means that Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars will air on Saturday, December 19th (9PM ET/PT), Doctor Who: The End of Time, Part One will air on December 26th (9PM ET/PT), and Part Two will air on January 2 (8PM ET/PT).
Not much has been released about the finale, except for the announcement of John Simm returning as The Master and Timothy Dalton guest starring. IMDb gives credit to Billie Piper as guest star, as well as John Barrowman, which means we could see Rose and Captain Jack make a return.This episode not only marks the final work of David Tennant on the series, but show runner Russel T Davies will be passing his baton over to writer Stephen Moffat, who will now take the helm. Be sure to keep it here for any and all upcoming news on the finale.