The BBC television channel has shown a new preview of the special Doctor Who episodes, which are scheduled to coincide with the 60th anniversary of the British series. In 2023, viewers will see three separate series, tied together by the adventures of the Fourteenth Doctor, played by Scottish actor David Tennant.
Jacqueline King (played by Sylvia Noble) and Carl Collins (Sean Temple) will reprise their roles on the show’s official Twitter, which can be seen in the trailer. The video also featured Catherine Tate as Donna Noble, Yasmine Finney as Rose, and Neil Patrick Harris as the mysterious antagonist.
Doctor Who is the longest running science fiction television series in the world. The first episode of The Sidney Newman Show aired on November 23, 1963, and ran for 26 seasons. The franchise was relaunched in 2005 and currently has 14 seasons.
Previously, the BBC published photos of Nshuthi Gatwa as the Fifteenth Doctor. The actor is best known for the Netflix series Sex Education. Read more here.