BBC Worldwide Confirm Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Simulcast

BBC Worldwide have confirmed that the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special WILL be simulcast worldwide at 8:00pm GMT on Saturday 23rd November.
A spokesperson for the BBC said "It's always been our ambition to work with our broadcast partners so that international Doctor Who fans can enjoy the 50th Anniversary special at the same time as the UK. We'll have more details soon about our very exciting global plans for November."

The 3D episode will air at 8pm on BBC1 in the UK so fans in LA will watch at noon while it airs in Sydney at 6am the next day.

Global broadcasters are believed to have agreed to the plan in order to prevent plot spoilers leaking on to the internet. 
The show has been sold to 200 countries and is estimated to be going to be watched by over 100 million viewers making it the biggest ever dramatic global simulcast ever.

The special will see David Tennant return to the TARDIS alongside current Doctor Matt Smith. Billie Piper, John Hurt, Joanna Page and Jenna Louise Coleman will also star. 
The BBC revealed that the Doctors will battle the classic foes The Zygons and The Daleks in the adventure.

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