Disney+ and the BBC have unveiled the premiere dates for the trio of new Doctor Who 60th anniversary specials. The first installment, “The Star Beast,” will debut on November 25, followed by “Wild Blue Yonder” on December 2 and “The Giggle” on December 9. These specials mark the reunion of the 14th Doctor, portrayed by David Tennant, and Donna Temple-Noble, played by Catherine Tate. Together, they confront their most formidable adversary to date: the Toymaker, portrayed by Neil Patrick Harris in his inaugural Doctor Who appearance. These specials will premiere globally on Disney+, with the exception of the UK and Ireland, where they will be broadcast on the BBC.
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In celebration of the 60th anniversary of the iconic series "Doctor Who," Disney+ and the BBC are releasing three special episodes. The first, "The Star Beast," premieres on November 25, followed by "Wild Blue Yonder" on December 2, and "The Giggle" on December 9. These specials bring back the 14th Doctor (David Tennant) and Donna Temple-Noble (Catherine Tate) as they face a formidable foe, the Toymaker, portrayed by Neil Patrick Harris in his Doctor Who debut. The episodes will be available on Disney+ globally, except in the UK and Ireland, where they will air on the BBC. The 60th-anniversary celebration includes a new trailer and additional cast members, promising an exciting tribute to the enduring legacy of Doctor Who.Keep track of the cancel/renew status of all your favorite shows. Check out and bookmark our TV shows cancelled in 2019-20 season and TV shows renewed for 2020-21 season lists.