Whovians worldwide have been hopping online to rewatch Doctor Who episodes together and share ideas via Twitter. And, it’s not just the viewers. First, Steven Moffat joined in. Then, Russell T Davies. Both, former showrunners.
And now Karen Gillan, who played companion Amy Pond, and screenwriter Richard Curtis will be providing their commentary on 2010’s “Vincent and the Doctor.” You can also look for script editor Emma Freud as part of the Twitter chat.
Emily Cook, who is organizing the event, tweeted out the details:
Ok, here we go. The next Doctor Who watchalong is…
VINCENT AND THE DOCTOR
Monday 30 March (Vincent van Gogh's birthday), 7pm BST
Featuring live tweets from RICHARD CURTIS and @emmafreud!
— Emily Cook (@Emily_Rosina) March 26, 2020
The episode stars Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor and Tony Curran as artist Vincent Van Gogh. Here’s a scene from the episode, where Amy and the Doctor take Van Gogh to a gallery to see his work on display:
Also, BBC America will be hosting a rewatch party of its own, putting a spotlight on “Spyfall, Part 1” and “Part 2.” The Twitter chat will kick off on Wednesday, April 1, at 3pm EST via the Doctor Who on BBC America handle.
We’ll leave you with this:
And it's all our lives, isn't it? If we were kids or adults in 2005. Or weren't born and have caught up since. A lovely, mad show binding us all together. That blue box spinning through our lives. We are so lucky, we love the best! #TripOfALifetime
— Russell T Davies (@russelldavies63) March 26, 2020
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