Sure, Doctor Who might not be on TV an awful lot this year, but if you’re itching for a fix of new Doctor Who, Big Finish’s audio drama series is here to help. And thanks to them, now you can hear the triumphant return of the best Doctor/Companion duo of the modern era.
Last month, Doctor Who audio play producer Big Finish revealed that the Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble would finally return for a whole new series of audio adventures. Although we have to wait to hear them all until May of next year, there’s now a quick preview of what’s to come.
Big Finish have been teasing something big for a while—an ever-increasing number of audio stories set in the world of post-2005 Doctor Who. But now they’ve just announced their biggest one yet: a brand new series of adventures for the Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble, with both David Tennant and Catherine Tate returning!
Doctor Who is certainly no stranger to crossover events, but now Titan Comics' series based on the show are getting in on the action too! For the first time this summer, the Twelfth, Eleventh and Tenth Doctors will come together for some time-travlling shenanigans.
Although it seemed like Marvel's Jessica Jones Netflix series couldn't get any better, it just did. David Tennant has just been cast as the villainous Purple Man. That's right, the beloved Tenth Doctor is about to turn into a total nightmare.
Tenth Doctor David Tennant narrates the BBC One documentary Pets Wild At Heart, which means we get to listen to the man who once explained the timey-wimey nature of the universe explain the finer points of hamsters, dogs, and other pets. It's about as delightful as it sounds.
Although it's been four years since David Tennant regularly played The Doctor, his time in the TARDIS will never leave him - especially when it means you get lovely references to his Doctor Who tenure in his other roles, like this Easter Egg from US crime drama Gracepoint.
The new Doctor, Peter Capaldi, takes the role in just over a month. But the saga isn't over for the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors. Titan Comics is unveiling brand new Doctor Who series, in which both David Tennant and Matt Smith's Doctors get new companions. And we've got the first exclusive preview pages!
Hard to believe, but the BBC weren't sure if Doctor Who could go on without David Tennant. They were seriously considering pulling the plug on the show when the Tenth Doctor moved on, according to head writer Steven Moffat.
We just saw the first footage from Doctor Who's 50th anniversary here at Comic-Con. We expected hilarious banter between stars Matt Smith and David Tennant, and a haunting look at the forgotten Doctor John Hurt. But we got much, much more.
This will be the saddest Christmas: Matt Smith has announced that he's stepping down as the star of Doctor Who at the end of the Christmas special. Smith is irreplaceable, but already people are speculating on names to replace him. We have no idea who will take the role, but here's what we'd like to see from the…
From the official Doctor Who Twitter comes a simple picture with a simple caption: "A pair of feet."
The joint introductions of Matt Smith's Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond is one of Doctor Who's most memorable scenes, but young Amelia's first onscreen appearance might have gone very differently. Steven Moffat had plans to introduce the character even if David Tennant's Tenth Doctor had stuck around.
It's official! The BBC has confirmed that both David Tennant and Billie Piper will appear in the 50th anniversary special of Doctor Who!
This week in the world of cartoons, Adventure Time gets a visit from an old school comedian, the Younglings continue their journey on Clone Wars, and it's Guys Night on Regular Show!
This week in the world of cartoons, Clone Wars continues the David Tennant saga and tosses the Younglings into their first adventure while Regular Show and Adventure Time return!
As always - minor spoilers ahead!
We're back with the young Jedi on this week's episode of Clone Wars, and this time the younglings are joined by David Tennant's lightsaber-designing droid. By the end of the episode, they'll have battled Hondo and landed one of their number in a dangerous situation. But first, let's go shopping for lightsaber parts!
This week in the world of cartoons, we unfortunately see the series finale of Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, but we get a very cool Doctor Who/Star Wars crossover and My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic returns!
Bad news first — Doctor Who may be back on the air, but reality has yet to bless us with money emblazoned with Matt Smith's face. The good news? Thanks to the BBC, you can print out your very own David Tennant £10 notes. I'm pretty sure they're only legal tender on Gallifrey, so good luck with that.