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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.
Earlier this week, Netflix subscribers all over the country got some bad news when it was announced that the streaming service would soon be losing a huge chunk of its British TV series lineup. It turns out that news wasn't entirely true.
Netflix is a cheap TV solution for many families, but one of the downsides to Netflix is its penchant for dropping popular programming. Unfortunately at the end of the month, a bunch of wildly popular programs are being dropped by the streaming service.
It’s that time of year again! TV doesn’t exactly grind to a halt during the holidays, as some networks fill their primetime hours with holiday programming, but most of our favorite TV dramas and comedies will be going on hiatus for the next few weeks, if not longer. Lest you think that means you actually have to step away from the television, rest assured, this is actually a great time of year to watch those shows you’ve been meaning to check out, or lose yourself in a nostalgic binge-watch.
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.
Just last night I was wondering aloud whether we’d see Torchwood back on television at some point this year. Today, an interview with series star Eve Myles made its way online that answers that question. Unfortunately, the news is not good, though Myles sounds hopeful that the series will return in some form or another.
The end is near for Torchwood: Miracle Day. For those of you hoping for a peek at what’s ahead, we have the promo and some photos for this Friday night’s season finale episode. How will it all end? I don’t think these photos or the video answer that, but they do hint of big things to come.
If what John Barrowman and Eve Myles told me at Comic Con this year is true, we’re in for a bumpy ride during this week’s episode of Torchwood: Miracle Day. The preview for the episode gives us a glimpse of what Myles described as a “brutal” scene for Jack and Gwen.
Spartacus is reason enough alone for me to subscribe to Starz, but my support for the pay-cable channel also comes from enjoying watching it develop its identity, experimenting with programming that other networks might pass over. If there’s a pattern developing among the best of what Starz has offered over the last few years, it’s that the network is willing to take chances, and that fun is a common theme for their series.
Is it me, or is there this glossy, peppy sort of evil surrounding Lauren Ambrose’s character on Torchwood? Maybe it’s her enthusiasm for the mayhem that’s giving off a villain-vibe. Regardless, I can’t get enough of her. If you agree, you’ll appreciate this clip we have to show you from this week’s episode.
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!
While I spent four hours waiting in line to get in, TVBlend Editor Kelly West was in the front of the room getting all the juicy bits from Walking Dead and Torchwood: Miracle Day.
I'm sitting in Ballroom 20 here at Comic-Con laughing out loud as Torchwood: Miracle Day stars John Barrowman, Eve Myles, Mekhi Phifer, Bill Pullman, Alexa Havins and writer Jane Espenson talk about the current season, including love scenes, working in Los Angeles, and what's to come for the series, which is currently airing on Starz.
Torchwood premiered strong last week but saw a dip in the ratings this week, starting the usual cancellation buzz. Will the show follow in the footsteps of Camelot which premiered to similar numbers back in April and couldn’t stay alive? Or is there still hope for Captain Jack?
Torchwood: Miracle Day is not an American reboot of the BBC Series, which takes a more adult approach to the Doctor Who universe. It’s as much a continuation of the story as Children of Earth was, only done with American production values.