The Sun has a story about the companions who will accompany the Tenth Doctor in his last story, and the story's antagonist.
The information, if true, may be considered a spoiler; click the box below for details if you wish.Please note that this has not been confirmed by any official source.David Tennant will appear in four more special episodes of Doctor Who. One will air around Easter, and the other three will air around Christmas 2009 and New Year's 2010.
The last two specials form a two-part story; this is the story which the Sun's news concerns
The Sun is reporting that in David Tennant's final story as the Doctor, he will be accompanied by Billie Piper as Rose, Freema Agyeman as Martha and Catherine Tate as Donna. According to the tabloid, the three companions will face off against John Simm, returning as the Master.
The Sun have some claims about the Doctor Who finale today...All three of the Doctors companions will return for the final episode, they will all join forces with the Doctor to take on the Master (John Simm).
We will see David Tennant regenerate into Matt Smith.Source.Matt Smith is already rumoured to be in the final episode briefly, there are a lot of rumours about CatherineTate being in the Finale also.
The Master has always been rumoured to re-appear too. IMHO Rose Tyler is doomed to re-appear eternally as long as Tennant is in Doctor Who!
The Sun story is little more than speculation, and not even clever speculation! However The Sun have a track record for getting a lot like this right in the past
BILLIE Piper will return to Doctor Who with ALL the Time Lord’s former companions as part of David Tennant’s final episode.
Billie, 26, will again play Rose Tyler and teams up with other sidekicks Donna Noble (Catherine Tate) and Martha Jones (Freema Agyeman).
The trio will join forces to take on the Doctor’s revived arch-enemy The Master, played again by John Simm.
The episode sees the Timelord regenerate into the new Doctor (Matt Smith).
An insider said: “This will be the most exciting episode Doctor Who have ever done. We really wanted to get all the companions back on board as a fitting send-off to David.
“And of all the enemies for him to face in his final episode it makes sense for The Master to be the main one. Getting Billie to agree is a real coup, but she loved working on the show so much it didn’t take much convincing.”
Rose — who left after series two — formed the strongest bond with the Doctor out of the female companions. She returned for a few episodes in the last series where she was reunited with the Doctor.
Rose then returned to Earth with a separate half-human version of the Time Lord.
Since she left Doctor Who, Billie has gone on to star in the raunchy ITV2 drama Secret Diary of a Call Girl. She plays a high-class hooker in the risque show, which is currently on its third series.
We revealed yesterday how her three brothers and sisters are embarrassed about her success.
David, 37, will quit the show after the last of the four specials.
Meanwhile the red London bus set to feature in the first special has been damaged in Dubai by schoolkids
The double decker, which was smashed up shortly after arriving in Arab state for filming, was stripped for “souvenirs” after producers parked it outside a school.
A show source said: “This really is the unluckiest bus in the universe.”