Tennant in Dr Who riddle - minor spoilers....
- Tennant in Dr Who riddle
David Tennant ... and Freema Agyeman
Dr Boom ... David Tennant and Freema Agyeman
By DEREK ROBINS
March 23, 2007
THE BBC has confirmed there'll be a fourth series of Doctor Who but it
won't say if David Tennant will play the Time Lord.
Speaking at the launch of the third run, executive producer Russell T
Davies said: "I'm very excited about the fourth series. We have known about
it for ages but I can't say anything else about it."
David, 36, who has now made two series, remained tight-lipped about his
future on the show.
Russell also admitted that a spin-off movie would be "brilliant" but added:
"There are no plans for one."
The new 13-parter, starting March 31 on BBC1, begins with the episode Smith
And Jones in which the Doctor first meets new assistant Martha Jones played
by Freema Agyeman.
Martha is a doctor in a London hospital, which is transported to the Moon
by aliens who want to take over the Earth. There she and the Doctor meet up
with the fearsome rhino-like alien stormtroopers the Judoon Dragoons.
In the episode Martha and the Doctor share a kiss but David said that it's
not a sign of a budding romance but a "genetic transfer" to imprint her
with his DNA to save the human race.
The second episode The Shakespeare Code sees the pair return to Elizabethan
London where they meet the Bard who is being manipulated by a trio of alien
witches set on taking over the planet.
Later episodes will see the return of Captain Jack played by John Barrowman
and a two-parter featuring the Daleks set in 1930s New York.
Other monsters making appearances include the Face of Boe, an Insect Woman
and some very frightening scarecrows. Life On Mars actor John Simm will
star as the Doctor's arch enemy The Master.
Guest stars in the new run include Michelle Collins, Ardal O'Hanlon,
Jessica Stevenson and Roy Marsden.
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- In message <86693.41104.qm@...>, Lynn
>From: Dirty Dingus McGee <dingus_75@...>I suppose having Tish and Tosh in the same story might make it sound
>> Tosh was in the episode 'Aliens of London'
>Yes, I'm well aware that she was. I was referring to her being in
>future episodes of Doctor Who -- which she won't be.
more like an under 5's cartoon.