The first episode of the thirteenth season of Doctor Who was released, the last for both Jody Whittaker and screenwriter Chris Chibnell. The showrunner surprised fans with a recent announcement that he has made repeated attempts to eliminate the unbearable burden of developing the series.
After the otherwise disastrous era of the Thirteenth Doctor, the best solution was the return of Russell T. Davis. However, tangible results of his work are still far away. The era of Chibnell’s “fresh ideas” for the cult project is still seen in the season, which started on October 31.
How ‘The Flux’ Affects The Series
At the moment, it is known that all episodes of the new season are united by one idea, rendered in the subtitle “The Flux.” Previously, it was also reported about the nonlinearity of the narrative, so fans of the series will have to be patient. All details regarding the new season are unlikely to become apparent until the second episode releases on November 7.
Among the old new monsters, we see Sontarans and Moffat crying angels up to something. Somewhere in between, Claire froze, who has vague memories of the Doctor and from somewhere knows how to behave with the “angels.” Dan is also not so simple if he is trying to apply some techniques to influence the mind of an unexpected guest.
The first episode turned out to be dynamic, moderately funny, with an application for retro color and continuity about some heroes. There are plenty of humorous situations in it.
Computer graphics for two kopecks and costumes made from scrap materials, which have become the hallmark of the series, will again amuse those who refer to Marvel’s extravagant extravagance in creating other worlds with malice.
Doctor Who Season 13 Episode 2: Where Can You Stream It?
The second episode of Season 13, titled ‘War of the Sontarans’, will be released on BBC One on November 7. An epic battle is around the corners, and we have a lot to see in the second episode of Doctor Who Season 13.