It seems like fans are still taking some time to wrap their heads around in the season 12 opener of Doctor Who. Fans are still surprised by the fact that the show reintroduced an iconic villain in a rather interesting way. Let us see what is this new shocking revelation all about and how fans are reacting to it!
Doctor Who Made An Shocking New Revelation!
A line from Stephen Fry’s character reveals that two long-running alien-busting organizations have been shut down off-screen: UNIT and Torchwood. While UNIT’s closure was previously mentioned in 2019’s Resolution. This is the first time it’s been confirmed that Captain Jack Harkness and his team have stopped protecting the Earth as well.
However, fans are not quite thrilled about this new Development. Although Torchwood was last on our screens way back in 2011, there’s always been hopeful speculation that the spinoff series would return in time, especially as star John Barrowman has been continually fighting to get something off the ground. However, with this new reference to the team in “Spyfall Part 1”, it is rather confirmed that we’ve definitely seen the last of Torchwood.
What Led To The Ultimate Shock For Fans All Over The Globe?
Whatever the future holds regarding the whole development, some fans were still happy to hear the name Torchwood even though it was to say that they’re gone. Fans are not happy with it but however are trying to wrap their heads around the idea.
Fans have taken social media by storm all with their assumption and speculation regarding the show. Some even made memes that show disappointment regarding the recent development. We don’t know how the recent development will affect the show in the coming future. However, the new revelation is surely one of the biggest surprises at the beginning of the year.
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