Doctor Who: Wild Blue Yonder – When and Where to Watch the 60th Anniversary Special

David Tennant’s adventures as the Fourteenth Doctor alongside Catherine Tate’s Donna Noble continue with the second 60th Anniversary Special, “Wild Blue Yonder”.

David Tennant and Catherine Tate as the Doctor and Donna Noble
Image Credit: Walt Disney Corp.

This post contains spoilers for Doctor Who: The Star Beast

The first Doctor Who 60th Anniversary Special may have brought back David Tennant and Catherine Tate, and even adapted a comic book story from 1980. But make no mistake, the special takes the Doctor into new territory, at least in the United States.

The first special “The Star Beast” dropped on its usual home at the BBC in the UK, but it debuted on Disney+ for the rest of the world. The same will be true of the next two specials, “Wild Blue Yonder” and “The Giggle,” preparing the way for the show’s fourteenth season since the 2004 reboot, which will air eight episodes across 2024.

The Story Thus Far

As the Doctor himself puts it in the most recent Children in Need special, he was this brilliant woman and now he’s back wearing an old face. In more complicated terms, the Thirteenth Doctor, portrayed by Jodie Whittaker, regenerated at the end of last year’s special The Power of the Doctor. But instead of becoming Ncuti Gatwa, the Fourteenth Doctor took a familiar form, that of his tenth incarnation played by Tennant.


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