Scottish actor David Tennant, known for his theater work with the Royal Shakespeare Company and performances in the films Casanova and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, became the tenth Doctor in 2005. This collection of special HD episodes represents some of his finest work as the adventurous time-traveler. The David Tennant Specials, Vol. 2 Wiki
1 - Planet of the Dead
The mysterious Lady Christina de Souza joins the Doctor on a bus-trip which takes a very unexpected detour into danger on an alien world. Can the Doctor defeat the terrifying Swarm?
2 - Doctor Who Confidential: Planet of the Dead
This is a behind-the-scenes look at the making of The 2009 Doctor Who special, Planet of the Dead.
3 - The Waters of Mars
Mars, 2059. Bowie Base one. Last recorded message: Don't drink the water. Don't even touch it. Not one drop... all will be revealed in 'The Waters of Mars', starring Lindsay Duncan as the Doctor's cleverest and most strong-minded companion yet.
4 - Doctor Who Confidential: The Waters of Mars
This is an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of 'The Waters of Mars'.
5 - Christmas Special: The End of Time, Pt. 1 (2009)
It's the Tenth Doctor's final journey - but his psychotic nemesis the Master has been reborn, on Christmas Eve. With both determined to cheat death, the battle rages from the wastelands of London to the mysterious Immortality Gate. Meanwhile, the alien race Ood warn of an even greater danger approaching, as a terrible shadow falls across the entire Universe. David Tennant stars as the Tenth Doctor and guest stars include John Simm, Bernard Cribbins, Catherine Tate, Timothy Dalton, David Harewood and June Whitfield. The End Of Time, Part One is written by Russell T Davies and directed by Euros Lyn. The producer is Tracie Simpson.
6 - Doctor Who Confidential: The End of Time, Pt. 1
This is an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the making of the Doctor Who Special, 'The End of Time, Pt. 1.'
7 - Christmas Special: The End of Time, Pt. 2 (2009)
The Doctor faces the end of his life as the Master's plans hurtle out of control. With the sound of drums growing louder, and an ancient trap closing around the Earth, the Doctor and Wilf must fight alone. But sacrifices must be made, and the deadly prophecy warns: "He will knock four times." David Tennant stars as the Tenth Doctor and guest stars include John Simm, Bernard Cribbins, Catherine Tate, Timothy Dalton, David Harewood and June Whitfield. The End Of Time, Part Two is written by Russell T Davies and directed by Euros Lyn. The producer is Tracie Simpson.
8 - Doctor Who Confidential: The End of Time, Pt. 2
This is an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the making of the Doctor Who Special, 'The End of Time, Pt. 2.'
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By far the best doctor that the show has ever had, End of time is simply incredible.
The End of Time was truly epic, even surpases Journey's End! A truly epic battle between the Doctor and the Master, but more-ver, for the sake of creation, and all of time! The drums are getting louder... BOOM-BOOM-BOOM-BOOM!!! The Master found a way to restore himself as usual, and is now coming back to seek his vengence. The people of earth are having bad dreams, and the Ood warn the Doctor "Something is returning" By the end, the Doctor had doomed his people for the second time, and who knows if we'll even see the Master again, as the Master also feel back-into the Time Lock. FUN FACT: The woman who mysteriously appears randomly to talk to Wilfred, and the one you cried as Galifrey fell back-into the Time War, is, accourding to Davies, the Doctor's Mother. David also has the most touching regeneration, saying eariler in part 1 how regeneration is equal to death, one man falls and another walks away. His last line made me shed a single man-tear, "I don't want to go". Bit of a shame though, he tried holding it in so long, that when the regeneration energy finally burst, took out the TARDIS. I guess the fact that he crashed while regenerating made him bonkers, becuase that's the way the 11th Doctor is. After all, regeneration makes any Doctor loopy to begin with, and crashing couldn't have helped much etheir.
I think David Tennant is the coolest doctor! He will be missed :'(
I love Dr. Who, and David Tennant is the best Doctor. These episodes capitalize on his version of the character becoming the best/worst doctor in his opinion. Very wonderful episodes. You should watch all of the David Tennant episodes. :-)
David Tennant before, David Tennant now David Tennant forever
So far, all of the doctors in the new series have been chosen magnificently, but so far it's a tie for David Tennant and Matt Smith, so I cannot wait to see the next doctor, just out of curiosity. Sadly, though, I just realized something VERY important. If we go accordingly to the classic series (which I have yet to see, and I have only heard this), a Timelord gets to regenerate only 12 times, and the first doctor was before he ever regenerated (I think), so that would mean 13 doctors. BUUUT, in one of the final Tennant episodes (the one when the doctor gets a half-human twin), he regenerates... through his severed hand, but all the same, regeneration. Which means the Doctor after Matt Smith will be the last, if the new producer writes accordingly to the classic series. Russel T. Davies, you were an EXCELLENT, and I mean EXCELLENT writer, but, you just shortened the Doctor's lifespan. Say this isn't true! D:
These last four episodes, the specials written by Russell T. Davies before new writer Stephen Moffat would take over, definitely show some of his best work as writer for the conclusion of the four seasons. He incorporated new ideas, and wrapped everything up in a mindblowing finale to his Doctor Who career. David Tennant also was amazing, he was so good the three seasons he was in, and it was really very sad to see him go. He really was the best Doctor. End of Time was surprising and very nicely done by all actors, and Planet of the Dead was particularily fun. Really really worth the buy.
I fell so madly in love with Tennant's acting that I felt as though I had lost a dear friend when he finally met his poignant end. I cried, not only because Tennant was leaving the show, but because the Doctor's pain and loneliness were so evident. His true fear was revealed only as he lost not only the face that we have all come to love so much, but the identity that was the tenth doctor. The Tenth Doctor died alone and I will not forgive the universe that this show has become for that travesty. The Eleventh doctor is not the same Time Lord that fought the Daleks so many times and loved a universe that was so cruel to him, but I hope to see some of that bravado and daring emerge in his new form. No actor can replace Tennant, but that is the beuty of Doctor Who, we never really have to say goodbye.
Doctor Who has always been one of my favorite shows. Especially since David Tennant had taken the role. I am sad to see him go, he is by far the best doctor we have seen. To see him go tore me to shreds, but to see someone as young as Matt Smith take the role is absolutely amazing. I am glad with what Matt Smith has brought to the table, he gives it a more mysterious outlook on the Doctor that we haven't seen before. I believe that we will always cherish David Tennant as our doctor. The best ending ever, and it brought me to tears
I started watching doctor who a couple years ago and i have to say that it is the best sci-fi show i have ever seen. david tennant brings something to doctor who that makes everyone love it and it would be hard to find a moment of bad acting from him in these specials. I loved david's acting right up to his final heart-breaking line. a must-buy for anyone who loves a good story and quality actors. Allons-y!
Doctor Who Seasons 1-4 (including the Specials) was amazing. Christopher Eccleson was unbelievable but somehow David Tennant managed to be so insanely awesome that he made Doctor Who more Fantastic!! I will always miss him. Those specials were heartbreaking and wonderful!! THE MASTER!! AA!! .."He will Knock Four Times". ^Best bit of television ever, right there! :)
The one and only thing I only slightly disliked was the imbalance of effort. For example the end of time. Those scenes on gallifrey were undoubtedly the best I have ever seen animated on doctor who. Just spectacular. Those vin vocci scientists on the other hand were a little cheesy in my mind. They were a bit to cliche for me. If they replaced them with something else I'm sure that i would give that episode 10/10 If you look carefully they did that same thing again with the epicness of the desert and the cheesyness of the fly people things in the easter special. But don't take this the wrong way! I loooooove doctor who. It's an epic show and you should definately give it a try. In conclusion, 4.5/5 stars.
Doctor Who is truely my kind of character. He makes perfect sence of everything he does and he travels through time. Bit sad to think that the Chipmunk franchise is older than this series by 5 years. This started in 1963 while the chipmunks started in 1958. If had the chance to be on this show, I would completely take it without question. I say this to all seasons avalible.
My favourite season of the new Doctor Who was season one (but, I didn't like Rose because Martha is the BEST), because I felt the 'darkness' of the show suited it well, but as the show went on it became more and more childish, and this just proves my point. Not to say I didn't enjoy it, there were parts of 'The Water of Mars' I enjoyed, but sill, a bit too childish. End of Time (pt.1 and pt.2) were amazing, the high point of the season.
I never thought I could become a sci-fi lover but here I am, crying over David Tennant's last shows as The Doctor. The last four episodes have all been wonderful, but of course The End of Time was the ultimate. It was hard to accept that there will be a new Doctor but it was wonderful how they ended part 2. Of course, I won't reveal the ending to anyone who hasn't yet watched it but to see The Doctor being himself and seeing his loved ones for the last time in his form was the best way to end this series for the Tenth Doctor. As I said before, I never thought I could love sci-fi but David Tennant has made that possible and I thank him for that. PLEASE BUY THIS! This will be one investment you will not regret. I'm counting down the days for the news shows to be aired. Until next time. . .
i really enjoyed the End of time parts 1 and 2; it definitely showcased the brilliance of David Tennant's acting, he was emotional, funny and touching. I will miss him being the Doctor and in my view, was the best Doctor.
I have them already. But am considering them in iTunes format to watch over in the go. He certainly ranks as one of the best Doctors.
Like many Whovians, I was anxiously waiting for the fateful episode where David Tennant would take his leave. The Tenth Doctor is my personal favourite because he was a perfect balance of humour, darkness and sadness. I was in no hurry for him to leave but I knew the moment was inevitable. The return on the Master, predicted in the very first special, was greatly anticipated and Russel T Davies did not dissapoint. John Simm was incredible and Tennant was at his best and most emotional. The Waters of Mars was very dark and Torchwood-ish but still amazing. The End of Time was an emotional and fitting farewell for David Tennant. His song may have ended but the story of his greatness will live on.
Doctor Who is an amazing show, when I first saw it I thought it was so weird but after I watched more I got hooked. I love David tennant as the doctor, and these are his last episodes. The only one of these I didn't like too much was planet of the dead, Waters of mars is really good though
David Tennant is so good as the doctor. I am a little fearful of the next doctor but i eagerly look forward to all episodes. I thought that the episode was in the grand tradition of the good doctor overcoming all odds and i just cheered him on.
David Tennant is the best no matter what you say, the best DOCTOR EVER. There will never be another doctor like him and the show will not be the same, I believe that I will stop watching the show once he's no longer on it. HE was very entertaining and exciting to watch, my favorite episode will always be 'The Girl In The Fireplace'
The David Tennnant specials are astounding. Not only are they only the farwell to David Tennant in his role of The Doctor, but they also signal the end of fabulous writer Russell T. Davies' writing participation in the series. Each special is its own significant work in the Doctor Who universe. They become progressively more dark and forboding from Planet of the Dead to Waters of Mars and beyond. Ultimately they will conclude with the end of this Doctor and the introduction of the next. None are to be missed. Tennant has defined this era of the role and fans of the show will miss him dearly.