On November 24, Doctor Who had his 50th anniversary with the episode Day of the Doctor. The show was broadcast simultaneously world-wide, and in his native England he did very well in the ratings, with over 10 million people tuning in to watch him. However, it was not the top rated show that night. Strictly Come Dancing, a reality TV contest, was.
The Doctor Who 50th anniversary episode, The Day of the Doctor, finally came on November 23, and Google even redid their page to celebrate. What’s remarkable is that after five decades the show is still growing by leaps and bounds all over the world.
We’re going to be seeing a lot of Doctor Who this month. He’s hitting his 50th anniversary on November 23, with a special episode that will have a simultaneous worldwide broadcast. In some markets you’ll be able to see this episode in 3D, and for a good cause Doctor Who will also get a lot louder, thanks to Marshall amps.
Doctor Who is hitting its 50th anniversary on November 23, and fans of the good doctor must be counting down everywhere. Doctor Who is the longest running sci-fi series in TV history, and in Europe the doctor’s anniversary will have one special touch it won’t have in the States.
The fiftieth anniversary of Doctor Who is nearly upon us, and it is reportedly the longest running series in sci-fi history. An anniversary special, The Day of the Doctor, will be reportedly simulcast world-wide on November 23, and now there’s a fan campaign to help turn the Empire State Building into a Tardis.
We just reported that Peter Jackson may not be available any time soon to fulfill a geek fantasy, directing an episode of Doctor Who, which is a shame, because he’s a huge fan of the show, and it would be fascinating to see what he could do with it.
It was reported some time ago that Peter Jackson facetiously offered to direct an episode of Doctor Who. Jackson, an A-list filmmaker who can command tens of millions of dollars to direct a feature, claimed all he wanted to helm a Doctor Who episode was a Tardis, which is a hell of a bargain if you ask us.
We just reported on the upcoming 50th anniversary Doctor Who special that will be broadcast simultaneously world-wide in 3D. Now there is officially a new Doctor Who, Peter Capaldi, an actor who hails from Scotland.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, who is still going incredibly strong after all this time. Now there’s going to be a 50th anniversary special that will not only be in 3D, but it will also be playing simultaneously in 200 countries, thrilling hundreds of millions of Doctor Who fans all at once like an incredible sci-fi harmonic convergence.
So this summer’s Comic Con has already come and gone, and forget Sharknado, this was Geeknado sweeping through San Diego. We at TGD like to call Comic Con geek ground zero, and it’s always a major event when it comes around.
The current Doctor - played by Matt Smith since 2010 - is about to regenerate. However, Smith will return for the 50th anniversary special and make an appearance in the 2013 Christmas special.
Doctor Who is fifty? Has it really been that long? Although Doctor Who’s been around forever, it’s still insane to believe the show has finally hit the big 5-0.
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The BBC has confirmed that the 50th anniversary special of Doctor Who will be in 3D.