The first episode of Doctor Who was written by Steven Moffat and directed by Christopher Eccleston.
The series was produced by BBC Worldwide, which had a long-term partnership with BBC Studios.
However, Moffat left the series in the second season of the show, which was broadcast in 1999.
The first two seasons of Doctor and companion show Lost are both available on DVD.
In this special interview with FourFourtwo, the Doctor Who cast, producers and stars talk about the Doctor and the adventures of their favorite fictional character.
The Interview FourFour Two: How do you think the fans will react to the release of this new episode?
Steven Moffit: It’s going to be very different to any Doctor Who you’ve ever seen.
The idea is that you’re not going to see anything that’s familiar to you in the series.
You’re going to have to be able to look back and say, “Oh, well, it was different”.
It’s like the whole story is going to go in a completely different direction.
It’s very exciting for us.
There’s a new episode.
And we’re going into the very first season of Lost, so it’ll be the perfect time to get back into the series and make some changes.
And it’s been an amazing ride.
Christopher Eccleson: The only thing that I’ve really noticed is that people are now looking back at the first series.
It wasn’t the same way when we started, and I think that’s a very positive thing.
And I think the fact that it’s coming out is really exciting.
It means that we’re now getting to the end of it.
And, I think, it’s exciting to be part of a show that has grown over the years, that has become more complex and more grounded, and has been really good to be a part of.
David Tennant: We’ve got the best of the best.
So the fact they’re coming out in this new format is great.
We’re not just going to sit around watching it, and just be like, “This is what it was like in the first season.”
We’re going and doing it.
Chris Chibnall: It will be a different story for them.
You’ll be able get some more backstory, more of a deeper understanding of what’s going on.
The thing is, it’ll also be interesting for people to see the new cast and to see them interact with the audience, because they’ve all got very different styles.
It’ll be interesting to see what that will be like for them, how they’ll react.
David Bradley: I think it’ll go on for quite a while.
Chris Housman: It is very exciting.
And the fans are going to like it.
Christopher Chibniall: They’ll be like we’ve got to keep going.
Chris Bradley: They’re going.
Christopher Housmann: And I can see them laughing at it.
I’m sure it will be really fun for them to watch.
And there’s lots of really good actors out there.
We can’t wait to see who they are.
The cast: Steven Moffett (Dr. Who)Christopher Ecclestone (Doctor Who)David Tennant (Doctor Whos companion)Cameron Monaghan (Doctor)James Frain (Dr.)
Nadine Thompson (Dr)Rob Brydon (Doctor of Time)Steven Moffett: The Doctor is not very good.
I don’t think he’s ever been the same, and we’re not quite there yet.
Chris Ecclestones: He’s a different sort of character.
And he’s an absolute joy to watch, but he’s very complicated.
And that’s the good thing about it, because he’s a great storyteller.
And also he’s funny.
And so, that’s what we’re really trying to do.
Steven Moffitt: The new series is all about the people.
And as much as you hate to admit it, they’re wonderful people.
David Harrison: There are so many good, good people in the world.
Chris Brydon: I love watching them.
David Brydon and Cameron Monaghan: We’re just like, this is great!
Christopher Harrison: It was a pleasure to do the first two episodes.
I really enjoyed them.
Christopher Brydon is a producer on the series, and is also an actor.
Christopher Monaghan is a series regular.
David Monaghan and Cameron Brydon are actors on Lost.
Steven Brydon, Cameron Bryd, David Harrison and David Monigan are writers.
They also direct the new season of Doctor Whos Doctor Who.
They will be doing it with the rest of the cast.
This interview has been edited and condensed.