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May 19, 2013

Last night marked the season 7 finale of Doctor Who, where show runner Steven Moffat teased that he would finally answer the question on every fanboy/fangirl’s lips…who exactly IS the Doctor? And while we’re at it, why is Clara “The Impossible Girl?”  More

Mar 30, 2013

It's just been confirmed that later this year (probably in November) there will be a special 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who that sees the return of David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor and Billie Piper as his companion Rose Tyler.  More

David Tennant to Take First American Role in Fright Night Remake

Actor Joins Colin Farrell, Toni Collette, and Christopher Mintz-Plass

Jun 09, 2010

After a stint as the U.K.’s favorite “Doctor” in on-going Doctor Who, David Tennant is heading stateside to star in new film, a remake of Fright Night. More

Dec 03, 2009

American Doctor Who fans take note: David Tennant's final episode as The Tenth Doctor will air January 2, 8:00 p.m. ET/PT. More

Penultimate David Tennant Doctor Who Special to Premiere on BBC America December 26

Only Three More Episodes Featuring David Tennant as The Doctor Remain to Air in the U.S.

Nov 20, 2009

Only three Doctor Who specials featuring David Tennant remain to be aired in the U.S., and BBC America will be airing Tennant's penultimate episode only one day after the U.K. premiere.  More

David Tennant to Star in American Television Pilot

Doctor Who Star to do NBC Pilot Rex is Not Your Lawyer

Nov 05, 2009

Bummed Doctor Who’s David Tennant is about to take his final curtain call as The Doctor? Well, there might a silver lining for American fans, he might soon be The Lawyer. Tennant has been tapped for an NBC pilot. More

BBC America Announces U.S. Air Date for Next Doctor Who Special to Feature David Tennant

The Waters of Mars to Air December 19th; First of Three More Shows Before Tennant Bows Out

Oct 30, 2009

Only three more Doctor Who specials featuring David Tennant as The Doctor remain before the next in a long line of actors steps into his place. Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars, the next special in line, will air in the U.S. on BBC America December 19th at 9 p.m. ET/PT, a BBC America press release has announced.

Simon Pegg and David Tennant to Star in new John Landis Film

They Will Play Gravediggers in Burke and Hare

Oct 14, 2009

Bloody Disgusting has some news, which—quite frankly—sounds bloody brilliant. Simon Pegg (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) and Doctor Who's David Tennant are set to star as Burke and Hare—a pair of 19th century grave robbers who go into business producing cadavers for a Scottish medical school. John Landis is directing. More


Interviews

Doctor Who’s David Tennant

Tall and Scottish

Oct 07, 2009

"You go into a supermarket and your face is on a cake and underpants. And all that's very odd. It's not what you imagine when you go to drama school, that you'll be commemorated in plastic and icing, and cotton." Scottish actor David Tennant is very famous in the United Kingdom. Despite his appearance in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Tennant is not that well known in America, although has spent the last four years starring in the British television institution Doctor Who, which was recently honored by the Guinness Book of World Records as "The Most Successful Sci-Fi Television Show." We spoke to Tennant about his reasons for leaving Doctor Who, his childhood experiences with the show, his thoughts on his tenure as The Doctor, which bands he's into, and his future plans. More


Reviews

Broadchurch

BBC America, Wednesdays 10/9 Central,

Aug 07, 2013

There are a lot of reasons Broadchurch shouldn't be so enjoyable. Its premise is as dated as television itself—a mysterious murder in a quiet village where anyone can be the suspect—and it takes one of the U.K.'s most well-known and beloved international TV stars, David Tennant (Doctor Who), and makes him as drab and unlikeable as he could be. Yet, despite the blasé ingredients, Broadchurch is a remarkably impressive and moving series. More

Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars

(BBC America, Saturday, December 19, 9/8 Central),

Dec 18, 2009

"Don't drink the water, don't even touch it, not one drop" warns one character in The Waters of Mars, which returns Doctor Who to form after the last two good, but not great, special episodes (The Next Doctor and Planet of the Dead). The welcome dark tone is driven by a moral dilemma faced by The Doctor, one specific to time travelers. It's rare to find The Doctor so indecisive, so reluctant to step in, and David Tennant plays the character with the complexity and gusto we've come to expect since he took over the mantle of the long-running and iconic character in 2005. This is the last of three episodes to star Tennant as The Doctor before Matt Smith takes over the part next year and The Waters of Mars reminds viewers why he's a fan-favorite and how much he'll be missed. More