The BBC have recently confirmed that Doctor Who Confidential will return on New Years Day with Allons-y!, going behind the scenes of the second part of The End of Time, over on BBC Three after The End of Time is broadcast on BBC One. The End of Time will be the final Doctor Who story to feature the Tenth Doctor, as portrayed by David Tennant, and the final Doctor Who story to be written by Russell T Davies.
The Tenth Doctor’s final story, The End of Time by Russell T Davies, will see the return of his Time Lord nemesis The Master, as portrayed by John Simm, seeking revenge. The first part of the Tenth Doctor’s final story will have an approximate running time of sixty minutes while the second part will have an approximate running time of seventy five minutes.
Doctor Who Confidential gets up close and personal with David Tennant as he contemplates his last days as the Doctor. On set for his final episode, his final scenes, his final words, the tenth Doctor's time has come to an end and Confidential is there to follow him every step of the way.
Witnessing everything from his final showdown, his poignant goodbyes and, of course, his regeneration, this intimate account of TV history pulls out all the stops for the ultimate Doctor Who finale.
David Tennant is joined in The End of Time by one-off companion Bernard Cribbins as Wilfred Mott, grandfather of previous companion Donna Noble, for the Tenth Doctor’s final story. BBC America recently confirmed that The End of Time - Part One will debut on BBC America on the Twenty Sixth of December with The Waters of Mars broadcasting on the Nineteenth of December.