Steven Moffat (lead writer and executive producer, Doctor Who) has announced, ‘The Doctor has always been a time traveller - now he’s travelling time zones. On 23 November, it won’t be the bad guys conquering the Earth - everywhere it will be The Day of the Doctor!’
That’s because it’s been announced the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special will be enjoyed by millions across six continents as for the first time ever, on 23 November, Doctor Who will be broadcast across the planet in a global simulcast.
All across the world from Canada to Colombia, Brazil to Botswana and Myanmar to Mexico, viewers in at least 75 countries will be able to tune into one of the Time Lord’s most epic adventures as he faces the dreaded Daleks and the return of the Zygons! The US, Australia and Canada have also signed up for the simulcast which will be shown in numerous countries across Europe, Latin America and Africa.
On top of the global TV broadcast, hundreds of cinemas across the world also plan to screen the hotly anticipated episode. Tickets have gone on sale and are moving fast....check Fandango.com for tickets to viewings in your area.
The Day of the Doctor stars Matt Smith and Jenna Coleman who are joined by David Tennant, Billie Piper and John Hurt. Very few plot details have been revealed but you can watch special videos shot as filming took place at the Tower of London and Trafalgar Square. (via)