Paul McGann was cast in 1996 as the Doctor Doctor Who: The Movie the long-running British TV show failed to translate for American audiences. Now, on the eve of the show’s 60th anniversary, the Eighth Doctor Stans may finally get what they’ve been hoping for: An entire TV series with McGann in the role, the A mirror reports.
News about the eighth series of a prospective Doctor comes as Doctor Who The premiere outside the UK will be shown on Disney Plus, with former showrunner Russell T. Davies at the helm. In addition, Doctor Who It is reported that he himself is now in the MCU-like Universe umbrella, with a number of related properties rumored to have been developed in the UK and elsewhere.
On that note, Tales of the Tardisfeaturing the return of classic Doctors Peter Davison, Sylvester McCoy, and Colin Baker, along with former colleagues, has already premiered on BBC iPlayer.
Before news broke that McGann might return to the role of the time-traveling Gallifreyan, fans were treated to two more on-screen appearances of the Right Doctor to raise their anxieties. On the show’s 50th anniversary in 2013, McGann reprized the role of the TARDIS pilot in “The Night of the Doctor,” in which McGann’s Doctor regenerated into John Hurt’s War Doctor. In 2022, he appeared again in “The Power of the Doctor” for Jodie Whittaker’s final outing in the role.
When could Paul McGann return to Doctor Who?
So far, details are scarce on when the rumored Eighth Doctor TV series might premiere, how many episodes it might consist of, or when or where it might be set in the Doctor’s timeline. Doctor Who is a show about time travel, after all, so the possibilities for explaining the Eighth Doctor’s return are almost endless.
Reportedly, the source told the A mirror, returning showrunner, Russell T. Davies supports the idea. “Russell likes the idea of giving back [Paul] McGann with his own series of episodes in the TARDIS. Disney is on board with wanting more original content and trying to optimize the franchise because they know how big it could be.”
As for whether McGann will appear in any of the three planned 60th anniversary specials, that remains to be seen. With David Tennant returning as the Fourteenth Doctor (let’s call him the “Twelfth”), and Catherine Tate reprising her role as Donna Noble, Doctor Who It celebrates the big 6-0 with three specials: “The Star Beast,” premiering November 25, 2023 in the US on Disney Plus, followed by “Wild Blue Yonder,” and “The Giggle,” two Saturdays in a row after that.
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