Three former Doctor Who actors have stated they will not be appearing in the 50th anniversary special.
Is anyone really bothered whether Christopher Eccleston will reprise his role as the Ninth Doctor? It seems most fans are more than happy with David Tennant returning to mark the 50th anniversary since the first episode. However the Daily Star have suggested Eccleston was due to appear – but...
The BBC has responded to complaints from fans of Doctor Who regarding the decision to split transmission of series 7 in two and its plans for the forthcoming 50th anniversary.
John Barrowman has admitted he would be ‘disappointed’ if he didn’t return to Doctor Who for its 50th anniversary.
Colin Baker has poured doubt over a possible return to Doctor Who for the shows 50th anniversary.
Last week we asked our readers which former Doctor they’d like to see return to Doctor Who for the 50th anniversary next year…read on to find out the results.
At Collectormania 18, held in Milton Keynes, Tom Baker said he is open to the possibility of returning to Doctor Who for the 50th anniversary next year. So with that in mind which former Doctor would you most like to see back for the landmark anniversary?
Tom Baker has suggested he would considering returning to Doctor Who for the 50th anniversary.
Bill Nighy has confirmed he turned down the chance to star in Doctor Who.
Christopher Eccleston has said he has a ‘clear conscience’ over his decision to leave Doctor Who in 2005 after just one season.