Doctor Who: David Tennant and Catherine Tate Returning in 2023

Lover Which doctor? The duo are holding a reunion that is sure to excite Whovians everywhere.

David Tennant and Catherine Tate are set to film scenes that will air in 2023 as part of the show’s 60th anniversary celebrations, the BBC has announced.

Showrunner Russell T Davies said in a statement: “They’re back! And that seems unlikely – first, we announce a new Doctor, and then an old Doctor with the wonderful Donna. What the hell is going on? Maybe this is a flawed story. Or a parallel world. Or a dream, or a trick, or a flashback. The only thing I can confirm is that it will be spectacular, when two of our greatest stars reunite in the battle of life.”

Tennant played the Tenth Doctor in three seasons and nine specials from 2005-2010. The last time we saw his repeat with Doc, he and Donna (Tate) broke up after he wiped her memory to save her life. He leaves her family with a warning: If she remembers anything about their trip together, she’ll die.

Just a week ago, the series announced that Sex educationNcuti Gatwa’s will join as the fourteenth Doctor of the series starting with Season 14.

“Sometimes talent comes through the door and it’s so bright and bold and brilliant, I just have to stand back and thank my lucky stars,” Davies said during the casting. “Ncuti dazzled us, got the Doctor and possessed those TARDIS keys in seconds.”

As for the return of Tennant and Tate, what do you think will bring the Doctor and Donna back together? Let us know all your thoughts by leaving a comment below.

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Emma James

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