The start date for Broadchurch Series Three in New Zealand has been announced as Sunday 5th March on TVNZ 1 at 8.30pm. 

The premiere broadcast of the eight part final series in the UK is Monday 27th February at 9pm on ITV so this is just six days after its initial broadcast.

The start date for ABC in Australia has already been announced as Friday 3rd March and in Canada on Showcase for Sunday 5th March so it will be shown in all three of those countries the same week as the UK premiere.

The start date for other countries have not been announced yet but the previous series have been shown in the same week as the UK broadcast in countries such as Ireland.

STV have added to Twitter a new video clip of David Tennant and Olivia Colman talking about their characters in Broadchurch Series Three.

David says that they are "a bit older and wiser" and have "accepted that they both need each other."

The third and final series of Broadchurch premieres on ITV next Monday (27th) at 9pm.

The new issue of Radio Times which is published today has an interview with both David Tennant and Olivia Colman, plus a small interview with writer Chris Chibnall.

The pair talk about how they feel now that they have finished filming Broadchurch, the strict security surrounding the scripts and filming, being famous and about working with each other.

The new issue of TV Times has an interview with David Tennant and Olivia Colman from the set of the third series of Broadchurch which premieres on ITV next Monday (27th) at 9pm.

The third series is set three years since the second series and will also be broadcast starting on Friday 3rd March in Australia, Sunday 5th March in Canada and an unknown date in March on BBC America in the US. Other countries have not announced their start dates yet.

Sunday 19th February 2017

David Tennant Daily Photo.

David Tennant Treat 4 Today.

David Tennant has voiced a third W1A trailer for Red Nose Day.

Herald Scotland has an interview with Robert Mullan about the back story to the movie Mad To Be Normal.

Sarah Parish speaks about working with David Tennant on Broadchurch Series Three, Recovery and Doctor Who etc.

David Tennant has voiced a third trailer for Red Nose Day. This one features some fund-raising ideas and includes Jessica Hynes as Siobhan Sharpe from W1A.

In the trailer they are brain-storming ideas on how to fun-raise for Red Nose Day.

Comic Relief Day this year is on Friday 24th March. Comic Relief and Sport Relief are biennial charity events which combine sport and entertainment to raise money to help vulnerable people in both the UK and the world's poorest countries.

The BBC has posted an interview with writer and director Patrick Marber about his play Don Juan In Soho which David Tennant is currently rehearsing before its opening at Wyndham's Theatre in London on Friday 17th March.

Herald Scotland has a fascinating interview with Robert Mullan who is the writer and director to the forthcoming movie Mad To Be Normal which starts David Tennant as the Scottish psychiatrist Ronald David (RD) Laing. 

As well as discussing Laing's history and character (Robert Mullan met him during the 1980s and published a series of interviews, plus made a documentary about him) Robert also explains some of the back story to the movie.

Sarah Parish has given an interview to The Mirror and The Express to promote Broadchurch Series Three where she was asked about working with David Tennant again.

In Broadchurch Sarah will play Cath Atwood who is the best friend of Trish, Julie Hesmondhalgh’s character, who suffers the rape around which the new drama is centred.

Previously Sarah played David's love interest in both Blackpool and Recovery and was the Empress Of The Rachnos in the Doctor Who episode The Runaway Bride.

A 3 minute clip of Broadchurch Series Three has been posted online.

David Tennant Daily Photo.

David Tennant Treat 4 Today.

Two new photos of David Tennant from Mad To Be Normal have been posted to Twitter.

David Tennant will be a guest on The Chris Evans Breakfast Show on Friday 24th February on BBC Radio Two.

The station can be heard worldwide, plus we will post a MP3 of David's interview afterwards.
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