The latest episode of Doctor Who finally unveiled The Lone Cybeman and gave fans a chilling adventure.

The Haunting of Villa Diodati saw The Doctor ( Jodie Whittaker ) and the gang arrive in Switzerland in 1816, and they met a selection of literary icons such as Mary Shelley, Lord Byron, and Percy Shelley.

However, they came under attack from The Lone Cyberman, the villain Graham ( Bradley Walsh ) was warned about by a returning Captain Jack Harkness ( John Barrowman ) back in episode 5, Fugitive of the Judoon.

Jack told them to not give the figure what it wanted but when it found the TARDIS crew it was searching for the Cyberium - which contains all the knowledge of the Cybermen race - contained in Percy.

Despite the warnings from her friends, The Doctor traded the Cyberium to save a human life, resulting in a chain reaction that saw the Cybermen race revitalised.

The creepy arrival of The Lone Cyberman certainly sent a chill down the spines of Whovians on social media.

One fan wrote on Twitter : "Ooooh, I LOVED that! The first half was brilliantly atmospheric and creepy, and the second half was such an interesting build-up for the finale! The partly-converted Cyberman was so chilling, and I really enjoyed the main team throughout. Overall, great!"

Another commented: "OH MY GOD. That was one of my favourite #DoctorWho episodes ever. It had my spine TINGLING, my heart racing and my whole body on edge! Such incredible storytelling and dialogue. SO BRILLIANT. Bravo."

Elsewhere, one viewer tweeted: "GORGEOUS! TERRIFYING! HILARIOUS! I absolutely loved that episode so very much."

Meanwhile, another commented: "That was a phenomenal twist and nice to see it so threatening and relentless. Great design #DoctorWho "

Finally, one Whovian concluded: "I thought it was a really good set up to the finale... The Lone Cyberman was CREEPY as! The voice, the half converted face, brilliant! Looking forward to the Cyber army next week... need a TARDIS now!"

The trailer for next week's episode, Ascension of the Cybermen, teases the fiery two-parter to come.

The official synopsis for next week reads: "The aftermath of the Great CyberWar. The Doctor arrives in the far future, intent on protecting the last of the human race from the deadly Cybermen.

"But in the face of such a relentless enemy, has she put her best friends at risk?

"What terrors lie hiding in the depths of space, and what is Ko Sharmus?"

We can't wait for next week!

Doctor Who returns next Sunday at 7.10pm on BBC One.