The Vanquishers‘ saw Doctor Who: Flux reach its thrilling conclusion. But what did YOU think of it?

After six episodes full of twists and turns spanning all of time and space, Doctor Who: Flux has come to an end. Here’s what Twitter had to say about Series 13’s finale, ‘The Vanquishers‘!

As ever, we advise our American readers to beware of spoilers!

As the long-awaited conclusion to such a grand and complex story, ‘The Vanquishers’ has left some viewers feeling very satisfied:

 

Some viewers, however, were less impressed:

A few others, meanwhile, mostly felt quite overwhelmed by the whole thing!

Elsewhere, the Doctor being split into three separate selves was one of the highlights of ‘The Vanquishers’ for a number of viewers:

The return of the Sontarans also formed a large part of this episode, with their predilection for human chocolate particularly capturing viewers’ attention:

Another stand-out moment of ‘The Vanquishers’ was also of course the untimely death of Kevin McNally’s Professor Jericho, which naturally tugged at viewer’s heartstrings:

Elsewhere, the Doctor and Yaz’s relationship played a large part in this episode, particularly in its final scenes:

Now that Doctor Who: Flux has come to an end, some fans are left with unanswered questions:

Other fans, meanwhile, are looking ahead to the conclusion of Jodie Whittaker’s time as the Doctor next year, which was foreshadowed towards the end of ‘The Vanquishers’:

But before then, there’s a New Year’s Day special to look forward to, which (as tradition would have it) marks the annual return of the Daleks:

Doctor Who will return on New Year’s Day 2022 with ‘Eve of the Daleks‘.

Sarah (Aisling Bea) owns and runs ELF storage, and Nick (Adjani Salmon) is a customer who visits his unit every year on New Year’s Eve. This year, however, their night turns out to be a little different than planned…

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