Doctor Who fans the world over are still in mourning that the golden age of David Tennant as The Doctor has come to an end. Sure, we’ve still got a few TV movies that haven’t aired here in the States yet, but it can’t distract from the fact that Tennant set a new bar for Doctor Who, and now depressed Who fans are left with nothing but fond memories and the pre-pubescent question mark that is Matt Smith.

Still, just because Tennant has forsaken us doesn’t mean we can’t still continue to enjoy his talents and support his career as an actor, right? For instance, Variety reports that PBS’s Great Performances will be airing the Royal Shakespeare Company production of Hamlet that starred Tennant as the great Dane (Hamlet, not Scooby Doo -- although I would watch Tennant play Scooby if offered the chance) sometime in 2010. I mean, Shakespeare’s plays are sort of like Doctor Who. I think The Doctor met Shakespeare a couple of times, so that’s something. Right?

If you’re craving a Tennant fix before then, he’ll also be hosting Masterpiece Contemporary when it returns to PBS on October 25th. Sigh…

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