Doctor Who: The Giggle – When and Where to Watch the Final 60th Anniversary Special

David Tennant and Catherine Tate’s Doctor and Donna Noble have one last adventure in the third Doctor Who 60th Anniversary Special, “The Giggle.”

David Tennant and Neil Patrick Harris in Doctor Who
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Warning: contains spoilers for Doctor Who: “The Star Beast” and “Wild Blue Yonder”.

The Doctor is Back, complete with the face of the Tenth incarnation and that Doctor’s best companion, Donna Noble! However, as seen at the end of the second Doctor Who 60th Anniversary Special “Wild Blue Yonder,” the Doctor and Donna aren’t coming back to the world as they left it. The joy of being reunited with Donna’s grandad Wilf (Bernard Cribbins) quickly melts away at the sight of a world gone mad: shopkeepers duking it out with their customers, carts exploding into flames, and an airplane falling from the sky.

That’s quite a setup for the third and final Doctor Who Anniversary Special, “The Giggle.” And while the special doesn’t come layered in the same amount of secrecy as “Wild Blue Yonder,” viewers may have some questions. Fortunately, we’re here to clear up any confusion, or at least point you in the right direction. Good enough? Allons-y!

The Story So Far

The Doctor still doesn’t know why the Fourteenth incarnation has regenerated with the Tenth incarnation’s face, which means that fans still haven’t seen Ncuti Gatwa in action as the Doctor, nor have they seen his new companion Ruby, played by Millie Gibson. However, “Wild Blue Yonder” does give the Doctor (David Tennant) and Donna (Catherine Noble) a chance to catch up on what’s happened in the past 15 years.


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