After 5 long months of night-shoots and day-shoots and desert-shoots and rain-shoots, filming for the 2009 Specials comes to an end this week, and David Tennant filmed his last ever scene in role as the Tenth Doctor yesterday afternoon.
It’s a sad time for Tennant fanboys and girls across the land - never again will the man who’s brought us so much joy over the past 4 years be seen out on location in Cardiff shooting through the night.
But of course, he’s still very much the Time Lord until he hands over the TARDIS to Matt Smith later this year, so even though Tennant’s time on Doctor Who has reached its end, we’ve still got 3 more hours with the Tenth Doctor to enjoy over the coming months - and we can’t wait!
We’d just like to say a big THANK YOU to David, and let’s not forget Russell T Davies and everybody else (be it cast, crew or Dalek!) for all of their tremendous efforts over the past few years. And as a new era of the show gets set to commence in a few weeks time, we’ll look back and think… well, where did all the time go?! But, and this comes from the bottom of our hearts, we really, really, truly ‘wouldn’t have missed it for the world’!