David Tennant and Catherine Tate, known by many as the 10th Doctor and his companion Donna Noble, will once again be reunited in the upcoming show Americons on Sky One. The series is being developed by the Welsh production company Bad Wolf.
According to Deadline.com, the show is in its advanced stages of development for Sky One. All that is known at the moment is that the show will follow the pair as they move to the United States. It does not seem like too much of a leap with the spelling of Americons that they two may be running form the law.
The 2006 Christmas special of Doctor Who named The Runaway Bride, was the first time the two worked together before Tate became a regular on the show. Together the two were part of some of the best Doctor Who episodes of the series, Silence in the Library being one. Tate and Tennant have worked on many other projects beyond Doctor Who together. A very funny short called Comic Relief in which David plays an English teacher trying to teach Shakespeare to Catherine who portrays a student named Lauren Cooper and other students. As of late, the two have taken on the Iconic roles of Scrooge McDuck (Tennant) and Magica De Spell (Tate) in the newly rebooted Duck Tales.
Tate is reported to be bringing her comedic talents to writing the series as well as co-starring in it. I can only hope that given their past she tosses in a few Doctor Who references. More on Americons as it develops.
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