Much like they did in pairing Spartacus with an online graphic novel animated series, Starz has something similar planned for Torchwood: Miracle Day with Torchwood: Web of Lies. It’s been confirmed today that Eliza Dushku is signed on to star in the project.
Jane Espenson Talks Torchwood, A Horse Heart, Once Upon A Time And Another U.K. Series Remake For Syfy
I could go on and on about Espenson and how some of the episodes she’s written are absolutely brilliant (Buffy examples of brilliance include “Band Candy,” “Pangs,” “Conversations With Dead People,” and “Life Serial.”) but if you know who she is, odds are, you’re already aware of her skills. And even if you don't, but you're a fan of great TV writing, this interview is worth a look and full of interesting tidbits on upcoming series.
Looking forward to Torchwood: Miracle Day? Starz put together a behind-the-scenes video that shows off some of the action being shot. The video also includes veteran and new cast members as they discuss making the show.
If you’re familiar with the sci-fi series Torchwood, then it’s likely that you’re aware that the lead character, heroic and immortal Captain Jack Harkness is bisexual. Find out whether or not Jack’s sexuality will come into play when the series resumes for Torchwood: Miracle Day on Starz and let us know if you think it matters one way or the other.
With Torchwood: Miracle Day taking the show from Wales to Los Angeles for the series' fourth season, it makes sense that the lead character, Captain Jack would trade in his wool trench coat for something a bit more climate appropriate. Check out the before and after photos and tell us what you think of his new look!
I was looking forward to Torchwood: Miracle Day but after seeing the latest trailer, I’m categorizing myself as intrigued and genuinely excited for it. Even if you’ve never seen the series before, this trailer is worth checking out. Torchwood: Miracle Day begins with a day when no one dies. You’ll get a better idea of the extent of that in the trailer and see some interesting ways people can not-die.
So you've been hearing the buzz about the new Torchwood series that's airing this summer on Starz, carrying the snazzy moniker of Torchwood: Miracle Day. You're intrigued enough to want to check out the previous seasons of the show, and you'd like to pick up one all-inclusive package. Good news, then: the BBC and Warner Home Video will partner to release Torchwood: The Complete Original UK Series on July 19th.
Good news for all those into Torchwood, because the spinoff--for the first time brought to your television screen by STARZ in a co-production with BBC Worldwide)--is coming back soon. Yes, Torchwood: Miracle Day will premiere on STARZ July 8th at 10 p.m. ET
What would the world be like if no one died? This is the scenario the sci-fi series will be exploring when Torchwood premieres on Starz this summer. Check out the teaser ahead and find out what one of the writers had to say about whether or not you should watch the previous seasons first.
I’ll admit to being moderately ignorant when it comes to the British series Torchwood. I know that it’s a spin-off series from Doctor Who, that it’s pretty popular on both sides of the pond, and that fans will likely be happy to know that Starz announced the premiere date for Torchwood: Miracle Day today. From the sound of the synopsis and the look of the poster for the series, I may have to check this out.
Superheroes seems to be a popular genre choice for television shows and Three Inches doesn’t sound all that unique, however, there’s a good chance that with an awesome writing team behind the series, it could turn out to be fun.
Bad news for fellow fans of Torchwood here in the United States. We won’t be able to see the new season. Well, almost none us will. In a press release issued this morning the Starz Network
It's actually good news for fans of Torchwood that FOX is abandoning their quest for an American version. That means the writers, producers and actors can maintain their focus on the original product, rumored to return with a new season in the UK
Doctor Who spin-off, The Sarah Jane Adventures has been commissioned for a fourth and fifth series in the UK. Unfortunately, no network in the US has seen fit to air any of the Sarah Jane episodes beyond the first season
Marc Cherry finally got his man. He's reportedly been working to find a part for Torchwood's John Barrowman for quite awhile now, and come April 2010, Captain Jack will be on Wisteria Lane. His Desperate Housewives story will tie closely with the developing drama surrounding Drea de Matteao's Angie