How many episodes of Dr Who was David Tennant in?

The Tenth Doctor is an incarnation of the Doctor, the protagonist of the BBC science fiction television programme Doctor Who. He is played by David Tennant in three series as well as nine specials.

Are there two Dr Who series?

Series 2 of Doctor Who ran between 18 November 2005 and 8 July 2006 . It starred David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor, Billie Piper as Rose Tyler and Noel Clarke as Mickey Smith. The regular series was preceded by The Christmas Invasion, opened with New Earth and concluded with Doomsday.

How many Dr Who episodes are lost?

Of the 253 episodes of Doctor Who produced by the BBC between 1963 and 1969, 97 are missing.

Why are Doctor Who episodes missing?

Many portions of the popular long-running British science-fiction television programme Doctor Who are no longer held by the BBC. Between 1967 and 1978 the BBC routinely deleted archive programmes, for various practical reasons (lack of space, scarcity of materials, a lack of rebroadcast rights).

Why did David Tennant stop being the doctor?

David Tennant Deciding to move on after making the role his own, the Scottish actor didn’t want to “outstay” his welcome, saying: “It would be very easy to cling on to the TARDIS console forever and I fear that if I don’t take a deep breath and make the decision to move on now, then I simply never will.”

When did Doctor Who Season 2 start?

15 April 2006
The second series premiered on 15 April 2006 with “New Earth”, and concluded after 13 episodes on 8 July 2006 with “Doomsday”.

Is the Doctor still a woman?

The Thirteenth Doctor is the current incarnation of the Doctor, the fictional protagonist of the BBC science fiction television programme Doctor Who. She is portrayed by English actress Jodie Whittaker, the first woman to play the character in the series.

Who owns the rights to Doctor Who?

Doctor Who
Production companies BBC (1963–1989) BBC Wales (2005–present)
Distributor BBC Studios
Original network BBC One (1963–pres.) BBC HD (2009–10) BBC One HD (2010–pres.)