The BBC Press Office have recently revealed the official synopsis for The Mad Woman in the Attic, the second story of The Sarah Jane Adventures series three, ahead of its broadcast later this month. The Mad Woman in the Attic part one will receive its BBC One, plus BBC HD, debut on the Twenty Second of October at 4:35pm with the concluding part on the Twenty Third of October at the same time.
The third series features Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith alongside Thomas Knight as Luke Smith, Daniel Anthony as Clyde Langer and Anjli Mohindra as Rani Chandra. Stories this year include; Prisoner of the Judoon by Phil Ford, The Mad Woman in the Attic by Joseph Lidster, The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith by Gareth Roberts, The Eternity Trap by Phil Ford, Mona Lisa's Revenge by Phil Ford and The Gift by Rupert Laight.
Below is the official synopsis for The Mad Woman in the Attic part one:
Rani investigates strange rumours about a demon living in a funfair at the seaside. What she finds there, however, is far more alarming than that and she makes a decision that affects not only her future, but also the futures of all those she cares about...
Far in the future, in 2059, an old Rani remembers the day when her whole life went wrong. As her younger self investigates mysterious disappearances at an abandoned funfair, she sets into motion a chain of events which unleash the terrible powers of the alien Eve.
Below is the official synopsis for The Mad Woman in the Attic part two:
Alien Eve's powers grow out of control, with everyone caught in her sinister and endless games. As the echoes of an ancient war threaten the modern world, the danger extends all the way to the year 2059. If Rani fails to change her own destiny, then everyone is doomed.
The Sarah Jane Adventures returns for its third series on the Fifteenth and Sixteenth of October with Prisoner of the Judoon at 4:35pm on BBC One plus BBC HD. Doctor Who actor David Tennant will be making a special appearance in this series of The Sarah Jane Adventures, in The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith written by Gareth Roberts, as the Tenth Doctor.