Jodie Whittaker’s penultimate, swashbuckling adventure features the return of a long-absent Classic villain and some sweet, intimate moments, but this isn’t enough to redeem the episode
Amidst the chaos of being repeatedly exterminated by a particularly persistent machine-gun wielding Dalek, Doctor Who still finds time for a bit of romance
The final chapter of Jodie Whittaker’s last series feels overstuffed and awkwardly convenient
Flux finally starts to offer up answers, though feels simultaneously overstuffed, yet also uneventful
Doctor Who ends this week’s episode with potentially the biggest cliffhanger in its entire history
Doctor Who‘s latest instalment certainly takes advantage of its serial format
Doctor Who’s most ambitious story to date continues with the return of a fan-favourite enemy
Almost 20 months since the end of the last series, Doctor Who returns for a story of epic proportions
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The series openers of Doctor Who are some of the most important within each run. Not only do they often have to introduce new characters to the Who universe, but they also have to re-establish the premise and the tone of the series for any new joiners. As such, it sort of has to have…
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Doctor Who tells the tale of the Doctor and his companions as they traverse space and time, but – simply put – some companions are far strongly missed than others
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Jodie Whittaker is back for her second series as the thirteenth incarnation of the Doctor, alongside companions Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole as Graham, Yaz and Ryan.