U.S. and UK viewers agree that Doctor Who is a great show. We've had some friendly teasing over the fact that U.S. audiences have to wait to see the new episodes. It's fair that it should air on British television before coming to America. With Doctor Who: The End Of Time, we will see the beginning of the end for David Tennant as the Doctor. The first part will air in Britain on Christmas Day. When will U.S. audiences get to see it?
BBC America has announced that U.S. viewers will get to watch the episode on December 26, 2009 at 9 pm ET/PT, one day later! That is great news! I am both excited and saddened over these two episodes. Check out the following sneak peak of the episode (I assume this video will only work in the US so overseas viewers may have to check with their local BBC website if you haven't already seen this):
What could possibly bring on the end of this regeneration of the Doctor? I almost hate to find out. The episode will guest star John Simm, Timothy Dalton, Catherine Tate, Lindsay Duncan and Bernard Cribbins. The premiere date for Part 2 will be announced soon.