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There isn’t much we know about Malcolm Merlyn’s life on Arrow when he’s not around Team Arrow, but that’s going to change thanks to this new project being worked on by Merlyn’s actor John Barrowman.
Thea Queen and Sara Lance may not be the only deceased characters on Arrow who were later revived in the Lazarus Pit. Season 4’s main antagonist Damien Darhk may have also taken a long dip in it at some point.
The global appeal for Doctor Who is probably the strongest it’s ever been, and one would think that the return of one of the series’ most popular characters in the contemporary era, John Barrowman’s Captain Jack Harkness would be a no-brainer.
John Barrowman's Arrow character dropped in a couple of times throughout the CW series' second season, but it looks like we'll be seeing a lot more of Malcolm Merlyn in Season 3, as Barrowman has been promoted to series regular. Arrow SPOILER warning if you're not caught up on Season 2 through this week's finale, "Unthinkable"!
Better known for playing Jack Harkness on the Doctor Who series Torchwood, or - more recently - recurring at Malcolm Merlyn on the CW's Arrow, John Barrowman is also known to be a pretty great singer. That and his charismatic nature make him a pretty fantastic fit to host a singing competition series. That's reportedly what Barrowman's set to do for ABC, possibly as soon as this summer.
As though Scandal couldn't get any more watch-worthy, John Barrowman is set to guest star in an upcoming episode of the series' second season. The actor, who may be best known for playing the charismatic and brave Captain Jack Harkness in the Doctor Who spinoff Torchwood, will appear in an episode of the ABC drama series next month.
While the fate of Torchwood seems uncertain at this point, we may be seeing John Barrowman back on television soon enough, should things go well for the Shonda Rhimes executive-produced ABC pilot Gilded Lilys.
Now two new relics have surfaced, this time from David Tennant's days on Doctor Who. Supposedly both videos were aired at the wrap party for Tennant's last episode of the show, but thanks to the interwebs you don't need a TARDIS to check them out. First up, David and the show's crew express their love for The Proclaimers' song "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)."
The cast of Torchwood and writer Jane Espenson sat down with the press yesterday to talk to us a little bit about Miracle Day. While they avoided giving up any major spoilers, we did learn some interesting things about what’s to come for the characters. Find out what they had to say about Gwen and Jack’s relationship, Rex’s fate, Oswald’s mindset and some upcoming fights involving the characters!
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
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
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
The BBC has already renewed Torchwood for a new season in the UK, and now it looks like FOX might want a piece of the action. Rather than simply import the original, though, they're looking to make their own US version of the series. But don't worry, original creator Russell T. Davies would spearhead this one