Doctor Who spoilers: ‘Wild Blue Yonder,’ anniversary Part 2

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For everyone out there who enjoys Doctor Who this weekend on BBC One, just know this: Part 2 is on the way! “Wild Blue Yonder” is coming on the network in just seven days, and this one could be more dramatic than almost anything we saw in the first go-around with David Tennant and Catherine Tate.

If you do want a few more details now about what lies ahead, let’s just say that we’re happy to provide them! All you have to do is check out the official synopsis below:

The Tardis takes the Doctor and Donna to the furthest edge of adventure. To escape, they must face the most desperate fight of their lives, with the fate of the universe at stake.

By the end of this episode, it is our feeling that we’ll see even more what the stakes are for The Doctor and Donna as we move into the final part of this special, titled “The Giggle.” This is the one that will give a huge spotlight to Neil Patrick Harris and, of course, there is so much to be excited about there! Through the rest of this event there are going to be twists and turns, and our advice is to simply be prepared for that — and also for some more surprises.

After all, just remember for a moment that the producers are really out to do what they can to ensure that this celebration is every bit as fun and nostalgic as we are hoping for. The whole objective with this show is that it allows people to access their imaginations and to celebrate that like they can’t anywhere else. There is something incredibly valuable about this, and we hope that the franchise never loses sight of this down the road.

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