Poll Results: Which Former Doctor Would You Most Like To See Return?

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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.

We ran the poll after Tom Baker said he’d be open to returning to Doctor Who in the future and with the 50th anniversary next year could there be a more apt time for the fourth Doctor to return?

Perhaps unsurprisingly it was David Tennant who the majority of our readers which to see return to Doctor Who. Tennant’s 10th Doctor was hugely popular with viewers and is still very fresh in fans minds seeing as he only left the series in 2010 – the actor has also said he’d be willing to return. Tennant’s predecessor in the role, Christopher Eccleston, was the second most popular choice but sadly the actor has ruled out returning to Doctor Who. Tom Baker was the top Doctor of the original series coming in third place.

You can see a break-down of the votes for each actor below.

David Tennant (65%)
Christopher Eccleston (18%)
Tom Baker (17%)
Paul McGann (15%)
Peter Davison (10%)
Sylvester McCoy (8%)
Colin Baker (7%)

You can post your feedback on the poll below.

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  2. BRING ALL THE DOCTORS BACK. With computers and where they brought the late great BOB MONKHOUSE back in that advert you can bring back WILLIAM HARNELL, PATRICK TROUGHTON and JON PERTWEE. As id love to see MATT SMITH face to face with WILLIAM HARTNELL in a five doctors style story it should happen and i hope they do something bringing them back.

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