BBC One has given the first glimpse into the three brand new Doctor Who specials to celebrate the show's 60th anniversary.
Set to be explosive, the three specials see David Tennant back as the Doctor and will air in November 2023 ahead of Ncuti Gatwa who takes control of the TARDIS over the festive season.
It has now been revealed that alongside previously announced Catherine Tate, Yasmin Finney and Neil Patrick Harris, Jacqueline King will be reprising her role as Donna’s mother Sylvia, and Karl Collins as Donna’s long-suffering husband, Shaun.
The show also welcomes Ruth Madeley who will be appearing as Shirley Anne Bingham.
With glimpses of monsters and the return of UNIT, the three specials are set to be explosive and showrunner Russell T Davies said "We wanted to give fans, friends and families a lovely little Christmas present - with a promise that 2023 will be a riot of Doctor Who goodness!"
Doctor Who returns November on BBC One