The most recent Doctor Who Special, The Waters of Mars written by Phil Ford and Russell T Davies, will receive its official broadcast debut later tonight at 9:00pm ET/PT over in America on BBC America’s official channel. Phil Ford is the now the second writer, with Russell T Davies being the first, to have contributed an episode for Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures over the past couple of years.
David Tennant is joined in The Waters of Mars by Lindsay Duncan as one-off companion Adelaide, leader of Bowie Base One, for the Tenth Doctor’s penultimate story. 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.
David Tennant is joined in The End of Time by one-off companion Bernard Cribbins as Wilfred Mott, grandfather of companion Donna Noble, for the Tenth Doctor’s final story. BBC America recently confirmed that the first part of The End of Time will be broadcast on BBC America on the Twenty Sixth of December with the second part of The End of Time on the Second of January.