Wait! There are 2 Doctor Who 50th-anniversary minisodes coming up?

Not only is the eagerly anticipated Doctor Who 50th-anniversary episode coming up later this month, but we’ll also get two bonus minisodes!

Yep! You’ve heard it right! There will be not one but TWO Doctor Who minisodes to help celebrate the big 5-0 of Doctor Who.

The first minisode will be titled “The Last Day” and will run for 3 minutes and 57 seconds, whereas the second one will be called “The Night of the Doctor.” It has a running time of 6 minutes and 54 seconds.

If you guys will recall, the full-length 50th-anniversary special (to be also shown in glorious 3D) is called “The Day of the Doctor” and stars Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor, David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor and the legendary John Hurt as "The Doctor," as well as Jenna Coleman and Billie Piper.

No one knows as of yet when the two minisodes will air, but it’s probable that at least one of them may (and we're speculating here) be shown during this year’s BBC Children in Need yearly fundraiser telethon (along with that long-waited-for San Diego Comic-Con Who trailer) on Nov. 15.

"The Day of the Doctor" will be aired in simulcast around the world on Nov. 23. Are you looking forward to all the Doctor Who celebration?

(via Digital Journal)

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