Can’t wait to see it, actually on CBC!!

CBC investigates leak of Doctor Who episode onto Net; series debuts April 5
TORONTO (CP) – The CBC says it is investigating how a Doctor Who episode ended up on the Internet a month before the new sci-fi series begins airing on television, although a spokesperson says the network is not the source of the leak.
A 45-minute episode of the BBC-produced series appeared on the Net on Monday, the BBC reported on its website, calling it “significant breach of copyright.”
“The source of it appears to be connected to our co-production partner (the CBC),” the report said.
CBC spokesperson Ruth-Ellen Soles said Tuesday “we’re currently undertaking a vigorous investigation to determine how the leak occurred – and our investigations to date indicate that CBC was not the source of the leak.”
Soles added that “CBC took all necessary and appropriate precautions to preserve the confidentiality of the program.”
News of the leak emerged, coincidentally, the same day the CBC announced that the 13-part series will make its North American debut April 5 on CBC-TV.
British actor Christopher Eccleston (eXistenZ) stars as Doctor Who, and pop singer Billie Piper plays his companion Rose Taylor.
The original Doctor Who series developed cult status, ending in 1989 after 26 years on the air.
The new series is “a smartly written, contemporary, full-blooded drama that embraces the original series’ heritage and introduces the characters to a modern audience,” the CBC said.
“Travelling through time and space, the Doctor and Rose come face to face with a variety of new and menacing monsters, as well as battling with the Doctor’s arch-enemy, the Daleks.”