Even though Torchwood last aired in the summer of 2011 with Miracle Day, Eve Myles believes a new series is “still bubbling away.”
In an interview with CultBox, the actress who played Gwen Cooper, last seen (well, almost) holding her baby in one hand and toting a gun in the other (incriminating exhibit A above), still thinks the Doctor Who spinoff could return.
"It's the show that changed my life. Professionally, it's the show that's given me the best times of my life. I couldn't be more fond of it. It feels, still, very exciting. It's such a naughty show and it's completely unapologetic to everything."
But does the series still have a future? Myles says this:
"We didn't come back for the fifth series; it's still there - it's still bubbling away. If it has ended in Hollywood, well, then we came from BBC Three to BBC Two to BBC One to Hollywood - that's a drama in itself. Wonderful experience, wonderful memories."
The actress admitted she had not spoken to Russell T Davies about a possible fifth season of Torchwood but had this to say when she was asked if she’d love a Torchwood movie:
"I'd love it, love it. That is the clean stop. It would be great if it did go out with a great bang, as it were, and we got our nice little movie. But who knows? It's one of those things - it's a creature that changes format every time it comes back. It might come back as a Christmas special, you don't know. It could happen now or it could happen in twenty years time. If it pops its little head up again, I'm sure we'll be back."
Are you guys as hopeful as Eve Myles for some new Torchwood down the line? Would you rather see a fifth series or a movie?