What Did You Think of The Ghost Monument?

When we left the Thirteenth Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) and her new best friends after The Woman Who Fell To Earth, they were floating in space.

Space, as the Twelfth Doctor warned us in Oxygen, is a desolation that wants to kill us. But the TARDIS team find themselves on Desolation. And what’s the impression Ryan Sinclair (Tosin Cole), Yaz Khan (Mandip Gill), and Graham O’Brien (Bradley Walsh) get of their first alien planet? Well, they don’t get long to ponder before they’re being fired upon!

Written by Chris Chibnall and directed by a newcomer to Doctor Who, Mark Tonderai, that was The Ghost Monument. But what did you think of it, dear DWC reader?

Vote in our poll and let the world know your thoughts! We’ve reverted back to the classic (can we call it “classic”?) DWC structure for our poll because the one we did for The Woman Who Fell To Earth was something of a failed experiment – as Peter Rabytt noted, it didn’t work out too well for anyone visiting on their smartphones. So here we go: business as usual, gang!

Voted? Marvellous. Thanks. Why not elaborate a bit in the comments section below?

And keep an eye out for the DWC’s review, coming very soon.