News and updates about David Tennant, the Scotish star of Doctor Who and Broadchurch.
The second series of Broadchurch came to a dramatic conclusion last night, with more twists and turns than you could shake a stick at – But the biggest surprise of all was the announcement at the end that the show would be back! This came as such a surprise to viewers due to the fact that every mystery seemed to have been cleared up and done with – But then we thought that at the end of series one too, didn’t we?
Broadchurch Spoilers: Emotional David Tennant stunned by Special Recognition NTA and says he loves the power!
Last night Broadchurch star David Tennant was shocked to be handed the award for Special Recognition at the National Television Awards – a more than fitting tribute to the last decade of extreme talent presented by the star. The former Doctor Who looked gobsmacked as the big screen filled with moving testaments from fellow stars he has worked with and his own father proving that he is one of the most influential and powerful actors in the business today and it would seem that he is rather
It would seem that Broadchurch star David Tennant is following in the footsteps of former EastEnder Anita Dobson by coming up with a monologue style soundtrack to accompany the show’s opening titles. But don’t worry, he hasn’t gone all “Everybody Falls In Love” on us, instead he has come up with a rather comical breakdown of the show, as told though his character DI Alec Hardy’s eyes, which you can hear at the bottom of this article.
When the first episode of the new series of Broadchurch hit our screens last week, there were a few fans who weren’t that pleased with the quality of it. Some complaints that were received were not concerned with the storyline or any of the acting – which we can all agree was outstanding as expected – but about the sound quality.
Whilst the general consensus is that the first episode of the second series of Broadchurch was “amazing”, it would seem that some of you weren’t as impressed with lead star David Tennant and his performance… Now, the episode that we watched was nothing short of brilliant as Tennant headed up the all-star cast while bringing to life the aftermath of the murder from series one as the killer changed his plea to not guilty, meaning that a trial would ensue.
With the new series of Broadchurch due to hot our ITV screens this evening, we thought we would take a look back at all the information about the show we have gathered so far so that you can be fully prepared! The first, and most discussed clue about the second series of Broadchurch is that it is not featuring another murder, for several reasons.
Monday night sees the debut of the second series of Broadchurch – one of the most talked about dramas in recent times – hitting our screens, and we couldn’t be more excited to see just what we have in store… Fans tuning in to the first series of Broadchurch were gripped by the story of a sleepy seaside town rocked to the core when the body of an eleven year old boy was found on the beach.
When it was first revealed that the twelfth Doctor in Doctor Who would be played by Scottish Thick Of It star Peter Capaldi, not many doubted this was a great decision on the part of the show’s bosses… And what made it even more appropriate was just how humbled Capaldi seemed to be at being appointed into the role, particularly as he has often been so full of praise for his predecessors Matt Smith and David Tennant.
Former Doctor Who David Tennant made reference to Rose Tyler, Donna Noble and Martha Jones in Gracepoint!
You can take the Doctor out of the Tardis, but it would seem you can’t take The Time Lord out of the actor! David Tennant is arguably one of the finest actors in this country, and not just because of his unforgettable stint playing the Tenth Doctor Who – He has gone on to many a great role since those days.
Broadchurch spoilers: What did Olivia Colman & David Tennant have to quit whilst filming series one?
When this year’s surprise hit Broadchurch first hit our ITV screens, nobody could have predicted just how popular it would become, and so quickly – Even those who were part of the show were left a bit gobsmacked! For weeks fans were glued to their tellyboxes as the murder mystery of an eleven year old boy left the sleepy seaside town where he lived in complete shock, whilst police tried to piece together what had happened to him.
Filming any drama must be pretty gruelling for the actors involved, but when it comes to those filming the gritty and hard-hitting murder mystery Broadchurch, we can only imagine how emotionally draining it must have been. When the first series of Broadchurch hit our screens last spring, it had the nation gripped as we found ourselves mesmerised by the murder investigation that was launched after an 11-year-old boy was found dead on the beach of the sleepy seaside town where he lived.
Current Doctor Who companion, Jenna Coleman, has revealed who her two favourite Time Lords are and they aren’t the two we were expecting! READ: Doctor Who Christmas spoilers: Promo pic! Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman, Michael Troughton Natalie Gumede, Nick Frost, Nathan McMullen, Faye Marsay Every Doctor Who fan has a favourite Doctor, and companion too for that matter, and we would have expected that someone who fulfilled that role would have a special place in their heart for the leading m
As if I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here returning last night wasn’t enough excitement already for us on a Sunday evening, the lovely people over at ITV decided to fill the advert breaks with equal deliciousness too! No, we don’t mean the Peter Andre Iceland adverts (although he was looking every bit as tasty as that Irish cream profiterole cake), we are referring to the teaser trailers for the new series of Broadchurch, which were broadcast between bushtucker trials and
As we have previously reported, David Tennant made a recent appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman, where the iconic US chat show host brought up the subject of Doctor Who. After explaining to Letterman the concept of the show, Tennant went on to discuss other projects of his, mainly Gracepoint, the US version of our hot murder mystery Broadchurch.
Doctor Who is giving fans an extra special treat next weekend as the series 8 finale, Death in Heaven, will be an extended episode. The BBC have confirmed that, as opposed to the usual 45 minute instalments we have been presented with this series, the final episode will be a whole 60 minutes in length, running from 8-9pm on BBC One next Saturday November 8th.