Doctor Who Flux, Chapter One is over. At least for the UK. It was fast-paced!! An hour of introducing the characters and the first glimpses of the plot. We are in for an intense ride over the next 6 weeks.
There wasn’t much of a story. Definitely a Chapter One for this six-part story, The Flux. A few surprises back to the past as well.
But what did the Twitter audience think of
Emily found it to be a wild intense ride.
oh my GOD that was the most intense hour of doctor who i was on the edge of my seat the entire hour #DoctorWhoFlux
— emily // dw spoilers 🌈 (@13stardisfam) October 31, 2021
And Beth agreed.
That was insane. Literally everything about that was incredible. Doctor Who should do stories that span whole a series more often because it works SO WELL 🥵
— Beth (@0hMySt4rs) October 31, 2021
Emma loved the story and the relationship between the Doctor and Yaz. And she was impressed by Segun Akinola’s musical score.
Oh and Segun Akinola is also firing on all cylinders, I love all of his music this episode 🥰 #DoctorWhoFlux
— Emma Jones (@milkwithginseng) October 31, 2021
And everyone needs their own Lupari according to Sophie Iles
DOCTOR WHO FLUX SPOILERS
If everyone has their own lupari that means every companion alive also has one and that makes me stupidly happy. #DoctorWhoSpoilers
— Sophie Iles 💫 🏳️🌈 (@sophilestweets) October 31, 2021
Well we know Dan is a comedian in more ways than one but did he really have a mate who had a bigger one?
It’s called the TARDIS and it’s bigger on the inside. #DoctorWhoFlux pic.twitter.com/ftE3ubmlwI
— Doctor Who on BBC America (@DoctorWho_BBCA) October 31, 2021
Meg’s Poncho Boys declared the episode to be epic.
Well I adored that. It felt huge, properly huge. Epic in scale with different threads all beginning to loop together. The music, the visuals, everything. Probably the most filmic #DoctorWho has ever felt! Just what is Swarm and his sister up to? #DoctorWhoFlux pic.twitter.com/FXemLQZ1GY
— The Poncho Boys (@megsponchoboys) October 31, 2021
We saw the shades of the past as well? Dare I say the Bad Wolf could return?
nice to meet you dan, run for your life
the heart of the tardis
the way yaz was clinging on for dear life
IS ANYONE ELSE SEEING WHAT IM SEEING HERE ?! #DoctorWhoFlux
— mandips bodyguard (@newyearsdix) October 31, 2021
Dan, Doctor. Doctor, Dan. #DoctorWhoFlux pic.twitter.com/imIuvJZQqJ
— BBC America (@BBCAMERICA) October 31, 2021
Modest as always, Segun Akinola thanks his musicians and engineers for their world.
A huge thank you to all the musicians and engineers who were part of the score for #DoctorWhoFlux ‘Chapter One: The Halloween Apocalypse’ @ChamberOrch_LDN @AlecMRoberts @paulgolding @GoetzB1 pic.twitter.com/xrycak6GAB
— Segun Akinola (@segunakinola) October 31, 2021
Doctor Who: Flux – ‘Chapter 2: War of the Sontarans’
During the Crimean War, the Doctor discovers the British army fighting a brutal alien army of Sontarans, as Yaz and Dan are thrown deeper into a battle for survival. What is the Temple of Atropos? Who are the Mouri? Doctor Who: Flux continues with ‘War of the Sontarans’ next Sunday 7th November on BBC One at 6:15pm. Written by Chris Chibnall, and directed by Jamie Magnus Stone. Guest-starring Jonathan Watson, Sara Powell, and Jacob Anderson.
Doctor Who Flux – Chapter 2 – War of the Sontarans airs next week, 7th November at 6:15 pm on BBC One.
The episode will aif on BBC America and other channels around the world.