TV Movie For The “Doctor Who” 50th Anniversary

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In honor of the 50th anniversary of the BBC SciFi series Doctor Who, BBC America and BBC Cymru Wales will be producing a TV movie on the origins of the show. An Adventure in Space and Time is being penned by Mark Gatiss, writer of several Doctor Who episodes since its revival. Terry McDonough, of Breaking Bad, is tapped to direct.

William Hartnell known among fans as the First Doctor will be played by veteran actor David Bradley, Argus Filch of Harry Potter fame. BBC’s head of drama Sydney Newman will be played by Brian Cox, with Jessica Raine as “Doctor Who” producer Verity Lambert, and Sacha Dhawan as Waris Hussein, who directed the first episode, “An Unearthly Child.”

Shooting begins next month to be ready for air later in the year. As always more details as we hear them.

Comments

  1. For a moment there I thought it was going to ba an actually Dr Who film, not some sort of twisted documentary. Sigh, one can hope.

  2. krazeytrucker says:

    Sounds good. Can’t wait for November. My birthday happens to be Nov. 23rd and I’m going to the UK from the 19th to the 27th to enjoy all the festivities.

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