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Doctor Who Christmas Special - David Tennant exits show
David Tennant - the tenth doctor in the sci-fi saga Doctor Who is leaving the show, along with the BBC programme producer Russel Davies. He will be last seen in the show in the Christmas special episode, whose second part will be seen in the new year
POPULAR TV show Doctor Who is heading for another change - the current Doctor and Time Lord David Tennant is about to exit the show in the new year. The legendary show's Chief writer and producer Russell T Davies would also be moving on and is especially proud of the year end episode that he has produced with David Tennant.
 
Davies had been with the sci-fi show Doctor Who since its return to the screen in 2005. He said that he was no longer sad to be leaving as the show's producer.
 
The final story for the two the End of the Time, would pitch the tenth Doctor in  the Doctor Who in a battle against his arch nemesis The Master. The part one of episode would be telecast at 6:00 PM on Christmas day, while the second part would come on New Year's Day on BBC.
 
The Christmas Day story of Doctor Who would also bring back Bernard Cribbins, Catherine Tate and John Simm as The Master on the screen.
 
Doctor Who is a long running science fiction show on BBC about a mysterious time traveller, the Doctor, who visits different times and dimensions in his time and space machine, the TARDIS , which in an earlier travel got stuck to looking like a blue police phone box. The tenth Doctor Who played by David Tennant would probably be replaced by Matt Smith.
 
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