After he left the show in 2010, showrunner Russell T Davies has revealed how he''ll bring David Tennant back, as well as her former companion, Donna Noble.
We''ve seen a lot of big news on the sci-fi series this week, with fans frantically following news that actor Ncuti Gatwa would be the new Doctor, as well as the announcement that Rose Tyler would return with a twist.
There were no surprises here, as it was announced that David Tennant''s 10th Doctor would return alongside Donna Noble, despite the fact that the latter had her mind wiped, and where it was suggested she would die if she remembered her time with The Doctor.
Fans speculating how they''ll return next year for the 60th anniversary have received a cryptic update from Doctor Who Magazine, where he revealed "a multiverse thing" among others!
"A mysteriously forgotten excursion for the TARDIS between Planet of the Ood and Sontaran Stratagem?" Or maybe a multiverse thing, these are all the rage these days. Perhaps this is Doctor and Donna from Universe 557, all set to collide with our own.
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"Then again, maybe, just maybe, this return is so unimaginable that it''s actually an intricate illusion created by an old enemy of the Doctor''s. Or maybe an old enemy of Donna''s. Nerys!"
While he won''t reveal precise plot details, fans may keep their eyes peeled ahead of the release, making him so mute as ever.
Russell said, "I''d''t believe that I would not put anything down on Doctor Who Magazine''s pages," but then again. This is the first publication I ever given the name of Billie Piper''s Rose in the first issue 340, and this publication is very thorough. There are truths in this article.
Jodie Whittaker is expected to revive in the upcoming autumn special, which joins in with the BBC''s 100th anniversary, with Mandip Gillteasing''s current companion saying that her absence will leave fans "in tears."
"I think like me, just like my character, there''ll be a lot of tears," she told the Radio Times. "I loved where she sat up."
"I think it was the right thing. It''s exciting. I think [fans] will be not pleasantly surprised, but I think they''ll realize that''s exactly where it should be going."
As we await the first glimpse of the 14th Doctor, the second show will continue this autumn.