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BBC America announced on Thursday that the “Doctor Who” 50th anniversary special will be shown in theatres across America in a two day event. “The Day of the Doctor” is the much anticipated episode that will be aired on BBC America and other affiliates worldwide on November 23, 2013. It was announced earlier in the year that the special would be broadcast in 3D; however fans in the States were making peace with the fact that they would see it in 2D. In association with AMC Entertainment Inc., Cinemark Holdings, Inc., and Regal Entertainment Group, BBC America will be showing “The Day of The Doctor” in eleven cities including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Seattle, Washington DC, and Minneapolis. If you are not in one of those cities, Fathom Events will be bringing The Doctor to you in 3D for one night only on Monday, November 25. (continue reading on Examiner.com)
BBC announced great news today to the delight of Whovians worldwide. Two full stories that were previously lost have been found. “The Enemy of the World” and most of “The Web of Fear “are no longer lost. Before this announcement there were 106 total missing “Doctor Who” episodes, which equated in 27 incomplete stories from the first six years of the program. (Continue reading on Examiner.com)
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The Day of the Doctor, the Eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith), the Tenth Doctor (David Tennant) and John Hurt
Photo: Adrian Rogers, © BBC
Tuesday was an exciting day for “Doctor Who” fans. Details of the upcoming 50th Anniversary Special were released including the title and the first promotional image. On November 23, 2013, “The Day of The Doctor” will air around the world. Staring Matt Smith, David Tennant, Jenna Louise Coleman, Billie Piper and John Hurt, the episode will be 75 minutes long and will be presented in 3D where available. Steven Moffatt, lead writer and executive producer said “50 years has turned Doctor Who from a television show into a cultural landmark. Personally I can’t wait to see what it becomes after a hundred.”