Doctor Who Lockdown: Live Tweetalong For New Earth And Gridlock This Saturday


The next live Doctor Who Lockdown tweetalong is this Saturday 30th May with an international rewatch of the Season 2 episode New Earth and the Season 3 episode Gridlock.

From 7pm BST, fans all over the world will start to watch New Earth via BBC iPlayer, Netflix, Amazon, other local streaming or rental services or even their own DVD or digital copies. There’ll then be a short break before at 8pm BST we start to watch Gridlock. 

The live tweeting will be led by writer and former showrunner Russell T Davies.
Follow him on Twitter @russelldavies63
PLUS a special new SEQUEL written by Russell will be released. There's a secret that must be told...

All you have to do is be ready to start watching and tweeting with other fans from 7pm BST. And if you're planning to join in, don't forget to use the hashtag #NewNewYork 


The Doctor Who Lockdown Live Tweet events are the brainchild of  Doctor Who magazine's Emily Cook follow her on twitter here for updates on future Doctor Who Watchalongs. Emily is also fundraising for the COVID-19 Film and TV Emergency Relief Fund. Set up by the BFI and The Film and TV Charity, this fund will help support the creative community which has been devastated by the Coronavirus pandemic you can donate via JustGiving here.

New Earth and Gridlock star David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor alongside Billie Piper as Rose Tyler and Freema Agyeman as Martha Jones.


Graphic by: @SCrouchCreative
Trailer by: @makemeanoffer_


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