The BBC has released two new promos for the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary episode and announced that "The Day of the Doctor" will be simulcast world wide.
Although it isn't much, Whovians can now see two clips announcing the date of the special. In the first clip, viewers can hear the classic TARDIS sound along with a clip of the program's theme music while the second snippet boasts a sound bite of Matt Smith (The Eleventh Doctor) announcing the title of the episode.
Meanwhile, Doctor Who executive producer Steven Moffat recently stated that the rumored worldwide simulcast of the 50th Anniversary is a go.
"The Doctor has always been a time traveler - now he's traveling time zones," Moffat said in a statement, according to Entertainment Weekly. "On the 23rd of November, it won't be the bad guys conquering the Earth - everywhere it will be 'The Day of the Doctor!'"
The program will make it to 75 different countries on various BBC networks. Those with access to a 3D TV and BBC's HD Red Button will have the chance to experience the broadcast in 3D. Fans can check the list of participating countries at the official 50th Anniversary website.
Hopefully the simulcast will avoid spoilers for those outside of the U.K.