The Doctor and her friends face one last chance to save the universe. But will they vanquish the forces of darkness, or be vanquished themselves?

 

The BBC have now officially revealed the title of the very final part of the Flux puzzle box. Doctor Who: Flux – Chapter Six: The Vanquishers will bring the epic six-part story to a close on the 5th of December. You can check out the official synopsis below:

 

Doctor Who - Series 13 - The Doctor (JODIE WHITTAKER) - (C) BBC Studios - Photographer: Zoe McConnell Flux
Doctor Who – Series 13 – The Doctor (JODIE WHITTAKER) – (C) BBC Studios – Photographer: Zoe McConnell

Doctor Who: Flux – Chapter Six: The Vanquishers

In the final epic chapter in the story of the Flux, all hope is lost. The forces of darkness are in control. But when the monsters have won, who can you count upon to save the universe?

 

The synopsis reveals little, but does extend the sense of impending doom from Chapter Five’s description. With the very first episode of Flux featuring the Doctor caught unawares and most of the universe destroyed, the story has so far being a tale of things getting worse and worse for the survivors. Interestingly, there’s no direct mention of a villain for The Vanquishers. That potentially ties in with Once, Upon Time’s revelation that Swarm and Azure are merely tools of some greater game player. It would make sense if the team wanted to withhold the details of who that is until the end. And what role with the mysterious Aswok (Barbara Flynn) play in events? With Doctor Who: Flux already at the half way point, answers won’t be long in coming…

 

 

The Weeping Angels besiege a cursed village in Village of the Angels - (C) BBC Studios - Photographer: James Pardon Doctor Who Flux Doctor Who Series 13
The Weeping Angels besiege a cursed village in Village of the Angels – (C) BBC Studios – Photographer: James Pardon

Doctor Who: Flux continues this Sunday at 6.20pm on BBC One, and on BBC America in the US, with Chapter Four: Village of the Angels

Devon, November 1967. A little girl has gone missing, Professor Eustacius Jericho is conducting psychic experiments, and in the village graveyard, there is one gravestone too many. Why is Medderton known as the Cursed Village, and what do the Weeping Angels want?

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