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Torchwood: Miracle Day

  1. John Barrowman & Eve Myles Give Updates On The Potential Future Of Torchwood

    The World Doesn't End Because the Doctor Dances

    I've said it before and I'll say it again. Torchwood: Miracle Day was BAD. But that doesn't mean I don't want them to try and make magic again, and it seems actors John Barrowman and Eve Myles agree.

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  2. BBC Writer Explains How Torchwood Lost It With Miracle Day

    meh

    Your mileage may vary but I really hated Torchwood: Miracle Day. It took what was once a really unique sci-fi show with interesting characters and turned it into a bland U.S. extension with awful character development. If you found yourself thinking the same, you're not alone. Doctor Who and Torchwood writer Chris Chibnall thinks he knows why it didn't work.

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  3. Eve Myles Thinks Torchwood Is “Inappropriate” For Doctor Who Crossover

    Don't Panic

    With the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who quickly approaching, fans are speculating what we might see in the forthcoming celebration. Presumably, figures from the Doctor's past would emerge in some shape or form and you'd assume a few members of Torchwood would be included but according to star Eve Myles, the Doctor Who spinoff cast would not be involved because it's "inappropriate."

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  4. Torchwood Producer Russel T. Davies Assures Us All That Captain Jack Isn’t Gay

    Misleading Headline of the Day

    Russel T. Davies, Torchwood: Miracle Day producer and co-writer, is very adamant that the world know that Captain Jack Harkness is not gay. Which upon first listen can lead to a giant "WTF," because, well. Don't get up in arms too quickly, however: Davies quickly clarifies, and he is simply worried that he spent too much time playing up the character's homosexual leanings (we're not complaining) that they neglected the heterosexual side. After all, as Davies tells AfterElton, Captain Jack is omnisexual.

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  5. Eliza Dushku Will Star in Spinoff of Doctor Who Spinoff

    and let it be known

    Your feelings towards Eliza Dushku these days are likely correlate to your feelings about Joss Whedon's controversially received and subsequently short lived series Dollhouse. Her roles as Joss Whedon characters in Dollhouse, Angel, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer are pretty much her biggest credits, unless you're a big fan of Bring it On (we won't judge you). (Except we will totally judge you, sorry.) But if you happen to be a fan of Dushku, and a fan of Doctor Who or Torchwood, then we've got a nice confirmed rumor for you: she will be starring in a Torchwood spinoff series.

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  6. Upcoming Season of Torchwood Doubling Down on American Stars

    Anagrammatically-named Doctor Who spin-off Torchwood, starring everyone's favorite man-of-the-fifty-first-century (read: Doctor Who's comedic way of saying "willingly has sex with most things") Captain Jack Harkness--a hero for being the only man who ever made fun of the Daleks' favored grating, obnoxious word of choice--is coming back for another season, dubbed "Torchwood: The New World," after last year's successful and unique Children of Earth mini-season, which saw Captain Jack leaving Earth in the finale, as well as leaving us to wonder if the show would return. Well, Jack, played by John Barrowman, is coming back, along with Gwen Cooper, played by Eve Myles, and will be returning July 1st on BBC One in the UK and Starz in the US, but they're bringing a cast of famous American actors along with them, including Bill Pullman, Mekhi Phifer, Dichen Lachman, and Alexa Havins.

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