Question: What episode does the 10th Doctor regenerate to the 11th?

The End of Time was the two-part story that served as the 2009 Christmas Special and 2010 New Year Special of Doctor Who. It was the final chronological appearance of David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor and introduced Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor in the closing moments of part two.

What episode does the 11th Doctor regenerate?

The End of Time The Eleventh Doctor first appears in the final scene of The End of Time (2010) when his previous incarnation regenerates. Smith debuts fully in The Eleventh Hour, where he first meets Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) as a child while investigating a mysterious crack in her wall.

What episode does the 10th and 11th Doctor meet?

The Day of the Doctor The Day of the Doctor is a special episode of the British science fiction television programme Doctor Who, marking the programmes 50th anniversary. It was written by Steven Moffat, an executive producer alongside Faith Penhale.

How did the 11th Doctor regenerate?

The regeneration effect was accomplished during the series original run from 1963–1989 primarily through the use of video mixing. Originally, the plan was to have Hartnell collapse at the end of The Tenth Planet with his cloak over his face, which would then be pulled back to reveal Troughton in the next serial.

How does the 10th Doctor die?

Tenth Doctor - The End Of Time: Part Two Christmas Special (Radiation Poisoning) He took his place and died of radiation poisoning, though still had some time to travel through time and get one last look at his friends from over the years before transforming.

Why did the 11th Doctor regenerate so fast?

Yeah, 10 fell through a roof, and got lots of cuts on his face. They healed when he got zapped by the radiation to save Wilf from that fate. He regenerated some time later.

How old is the tenth Doctor?

903 years old Hes a Time Lord from the planet Gallifrey. Hes 903 years old.

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