⇒ Get Everything you need to know about Doctor Who Special 1. Explanation! Cast, and more!
“Doctor Who Special 1” Premiered on November 25, 2023, on BBC and Disney+. The movie currently has 1 part and the second part can be released next year. keep reading to get more information about the ending of Doctor Who Special 1.
David Tennant’s Fourteenth Doctor is faced with an impossible decision: save millions of people or save Donna Noble. As the Meep prepared to launch its master plan, it looked like the Time Lord was going to have to make a major sacrifice.
But that’s not at all what happened. Instead, Doctor Who Special 1 ended with several twists and turns, as well as a cryptic teaser for the sequel.
Below, we’ll go over all the questions you have at the end of the first 60th-anniversary special episode, including how you know who apparently came back from the dead. To get more information about the ending of “Doctor Who Special 1” please keep reading.
⇒ Doctor Who Special 2 Release date?
Find all releases of the next movies in the Table Below:
|Original Release Date
|Diseny+ & BBC
|Dec 2, 2023
⇒ Doctor Who Special 1 Explanation Of the ending!
At the end of Doctor Who Special 1, 15 years have passed since Donna left the TARDIS, meaning that she became pregnant with Rose around the same time she married Shaun, judging by the child’s age.
Since then, the trio has lived like a normal family, with Sylvia, Donna’s mother, who visits often, and Wilfred, Donna’s grandfather, who has moved into a plush retirement home at UNIT’s expense. As Shaun and Rose don’t seem to realize, only Sylvia and Wilfred know the truth about Donna and the Doctor.
At the end of Doctor Who Special 1, when the Fourteenth Doctor awakens Donna’s hidden memories, she simply falls unconscious for a minute. If Donna had remained childless for the 15 years since she left the TARDIS, she would have died on the floor of the Meep ship.
Doctor Who makes no attempt to hide its commentary on transgender rights. Rose’s gender is presented as something to celebrate – a beautiful and unique part of herself that arises from the good deeds Donna and the Doctor have done together, and which ultimately helps save the day.
At the end of Doctor Who Special 1, on the other hand, Meep goes from a sympathetic to a “weird” attitude. It’s no coincidence that a monstrous Doctor Who villain turns out to be a closeted transphobe.
Doctor Who’s ‘letting go’ solution raises the question of why Jodie Whittaker’s Thirteenth Doctor never saw her troubled ex-partner again and never advised her to voluntarily release the dangerous energy of the Time Lord.
At the end of Doctor Who Special 1, Whittaker’s Doctor, however, was unaware that Donna’s inner energy had been siphoned into a child. It is very likely that Donna was only able to shed her power as Time Lord after Rose herself inherited part of the Gallifreyan shard.
⇒ Where can we watch the Doctor Who Special 1?
⇒ Who is in the cast?
The movie “Doctor Who Special 1” included many characters and roles, some secondary and others main, well-known actors and celebrities. For example, we mention:
- David Tennant as The Doctor
- Catherine Tate as Donna Noble
- Yasmin Finney as Rose Noble
- Karl Collins as Shaun Temple
- Matt Green as BBC Reporter
- Jamie Cho as Colonel Chan
- Ruth Madeley as Shirley Anne Bingham
- Harley McEvilly as Lad 1
- Max Fincham as Lad 2
- Jacqueline King as Sylvia Noble