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Doctor Who: The Pyramid At The End Of The World review - Den of Geek UK

This review contains spoilers. Our spoiler-free review is here. 10.7 The Pyramid At The End Of The World. This is an episode, I'd suggest, where the bulk of conversation is going to be centered on the ending. But we'll get there. Because it's also one ...and more »

Doctor Who recap: series 36, episode seven – The Pyramid at the End of the World - The Guardian

The Doctor becomes the new President of Earth and leads a counter-terror operation against the invasion of the evil Monks. And in a dark week, this show visited far darker places than we are used to. Dan Martin. Sat 27 May 2017 15.30 EDT Last modified ...and more »

Doctor Who series 10, episode 7 review: 'Pyramid at the End of the World' is smart and surprising - DigitalSpy.com

After the grim and garbled 'Extremis', what a relief this week to see Doctor Who returning to its strengths, kicking things off with a lovely, big, ridiculous visual gimmick. That's always a good starting point for a Who episode, with 'The Pyramid at ...and more »

Doctor Who: The Pyramid At The End Of The World geeky spots and Easter eggs - Den of Geek UK

Spoilers lie ahead... See related. Doctor Who: The Pyramid At The End Of The World review. The Monks have taken over the planet, and I forone welcome our new decomposing overlords. Fortunately they've given us permission to publish this list of ...and more »

Doctor Who Recap: Loving the Aliens - Vulture

As he did last season with a tension-packed Zygon two-parter, writer Peter Harness (with Steven Moffat taking a co-writing credit) again sets out to nearly destroy planet Earth, and again he skillfully takes us on a paranoid, politically charged ride ...and more »

Tonight's Doctor Who is nothing special, at least until it uncorks an all-time great ending - A.V. Club

For most of its 45-minute running time, “The Pyramid At The End Of The World” is fine. Not much more than that, admittedly, but there's nothing wrong with fine. But it's perhaps telling that the most inventive, most powerful moments of tonight's ...and more »

Doctor Who's late start annoyed Whovians, though 'The Pyramid at the End of the World' made up for it - DigitalSpy.com

Warning: this article contains spoilers for this week's episode of Doctor Who 'The Pyramid at the End of the World'. After the FA Cup Final caused a late start – which many fans were rather annoyed at – we finally got our Doctor Who fix tonight (May 27).and more »

Doctor Who The Pyramid at the End of the World review: a peculiar blend of the deadly serious and hilariously hokum - Radio Times

... After a run of succinct episode titles, The Pyramid at the End of the World is one of the longest in the history of Who. It looks peculiarly clunky in the title sequence (especially with two writer credits below it) and is a pig to type, so ...and more »

Everything you need to know about Doctor Who series 10 episode 8 – The Lie of the Land - Radio Times

The machinations of the evil Monks continue in next week's episode – but what can we expect? What's it called? Next week's episode is called The Lie of the Land, marking it as one of the more puntastic titles we've seen in this year's Who. When is it ...and more »

Doctor Who fans shocked after Bill shoots the Doctor in trailer for next week's episode - Mirror.co.uk

Doctor Who viewers were shocked after witnessing Bill Potts shooting the Doctor. In the trailer for next week's episode, The Lie of the Land, Pearl Mackie 's character whips out a gun and appears to shoot the Time Lord in the chest. Two bangs of the ...and more »