Wow! After pushing the idea of a massive 'Two-Part' finale all season, Doctor Who threw a twist at fans in psuedo-historical episode 'The Haunting Of Villa Diodati', introducing the Lone Cyberman a week early. Unfortunately, The Doctor is unable to heed Captain Jack's warning from 'Fugitive Of The Judoon', forced to give the Cyberman the Cyberium it was seeking in order to keep History intact.
Actress Elizabeth Olsen celebrated her 31st Birthday on February 16. Originally best known as the baby sister of the famous Olsen twins, Mary-Kate and Ashley, Elizabeth eventually stepped out of her sisters' shadow to become an accomplished actress in her own right. She is now best known for her role as the MCU's Wanda Maximoff, aka the Scarlet Witch, a role she will reprise later this year in the Disney + series WandaVision.
Much of the talk around 'Can You Hear Me?' the seventh episode of Doctor Who series 12, centres around the episode's discussion of Mental Illness. Aside from this important message, 'Can You Hear Me?' was a mini treasure trove for long-time fans, including a few Easter Eggs referencing the classic series.
After a game-changing episode five, Doctor Who took things back down a notch with 'Praxeus', the sixth episode of Series 12.
During the 2020 Superbowl, fans finally got a teaser for the new Marvel Cinematic Universe TV series coming to Disney Plus.
After a few less than stellar episodes through the first half of Series 12, Doctor Who is finally back on-form in 'Fugitive Of The Judoon', bringing the return of Jack Harkness, and an epic plot twist that could change what we know about the early history of our favourite Time Lord.