Doctor Who spoilers: Jodie Whittaker battles entire army of Cybermen in explosive two-part finale


THE latest series of Doctor Who is set to conclude with a clash of cinematic proportions.

The BBC sci-fi hit has crammed a lot into its latest string of episodes, introducing a new Doctor in the form of Jo Martin, bringing back the legendary Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) and rebooting iconic villain The Master (Sacha Dhawan).

Jodie Whittaker finds herself captured

However, show boss Chris Chibnall suggested that the most dynamic moments of the series are yet to come and teased one of the shows most ambitious finales to date.

Its probably one of the most epic space opera stories weve done, he said of the concluding story line, which will span two weeks.

Its as epic and emotional as the opening two-parter [Skyfall], he added to The Mirror, referring to the Bond-esque premiere starring Lenny Henry.

I know it takes place across a big distance from space, theres fantastic spaceships, theres Cybermen – it might start with one Cyberman, but youll see a lot, he added.

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The Cybermen will take a terrifying return in the two-part finale
Doctor Who boss Chris Chibnall spoke about the conclusion of the series

This certainly fits in with Captain Jacks eerie warning to Jodie Whittaker, in which he told her to beware the lone Cyberman.

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Chibnall concluded: Its a big, big, Cyberman story, that last two-parter. There are a lot of Cybermen coming in this series.

The Master has been notably absent since dropping the bombshell that home planet of the Time Lords, Gallifrey, had been completely obliterated.

The Doctor was previously warned about the lone Cyberman

Perhaps he will return at the end of the series to settle his long-running feud with The Doctor once and for all.

Chibnalls comments come after it was revealed that Doctor Who actually revealed the first ever black, female Doctor a whopping five years ago.
Elsewhere, fans spotted a blunder with the Praxeus rescue mission and one of The Doctor’s old companions.

Doctor Who continues on Sunday on BBC One at 7:10pm.


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