Across 58 minutes of near-constant emotional trauma, we complete the final installment of RTD’s devastating third season of Torchwood.
This week, we look at the methods by which past companions have taken their leave, and the impact those departures have had on us as devoted viewers.
Season 19 closes with a story that has too much of some things, not enough of others, and a thing or two that never should have been.
With all the horrific dominoes now in place, it’s time for things to begin crashing down on our Torchwood team…and everyone in their immediate area.
Making headlines with more supposition than surprise, we take apart this past week’s announcement that Chris Chibnall and Jodie Whittaker will be exiting Doctor Who in 2022 after no less than three special feature broadcasts.
This week, we take stories that weren’t our personal favorites, and explore what a little change of Doctor and companion might do for the same story situation.
We spelunk caverns and then explore the corridors of a 26th century freighter in this 1982 nail-biter that sees the return of a certain silver menace.
We reach the midpoint of the “CoE” miniseries season where all the pieces are now arranged properly on the board, and the game turns wickedly dark on a dime.
We crack the cap on our final installment of character-themed drink menu creation, this time devoted to the Doctor’s dearest.
In a fast-paced and equally quickly-resolved two-part story, our TARDIS classroom arrives in 1920s England for a cricket match and a bit of masquerade murder.