DOCTOR WHO - The Waters Of Mars: BBC1 Trailer

The next Doctor Who special, which seems to have taken a age to get to us, is about to be unleashed. The Waters Of Mars gets its premier UK transmission on BBC1, Sunday 15th November at 7.00pm. It also goes out in HD on BBCHD. The BBC have just aired a brand new trailer this evening and here it is:

From the press release:
"Doctor Who will return to BBC One on Sunday 15 November for The Waters Of Mars – the second of four specials airing throughout 2009.

Starring David Tennant as The Doctor and guest starring acclaimed British actress Lindsay Duncan – best known for her roles across stage and screen (Margaret, Rome) – The Waters Of Mars is set to be one of the most scary episodes of the series to date, as a creeping infection beneath the Martian surface threatens not only the human race, but also the Doctor's most fundamental beliefs – with terrifying results.

Lindsay Duncan stars as Adelaide – the Doctor's cleverest and most strong-minded companion yet.

Neighbours, Flying Doctors and Casualty star Peter O'Brien also guest stars as Ed, Adelaide's second-in-command at the base."
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4 Responses to “DOCTOR WHO - The Waters Of Mars: BBC1 Trailer”
  1. Oh look, PROPER Who! Let's pretend Planet of the Dull never happened.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I agree planet of the dull was...well dull!

  3. But this looks FANTASTIC.

    Thanks Frank!

  4. Dull from Dullsville on the planet Dulltopia!

    But 'Waters Of Mars' looks a right scarefest! Can't wait.

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