John Barrowman will not be bringing Captain Jack back to life for Doctor Who's 50th anniversary, and here's why.
Were you still hoping for Captain Jack Harkness to make it for Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary celebrations?
Did John Barrowan just reveal he was finally coming back to Doctor Who?
John Barrowman may have heard nothing as of yet as to whether or not his character, Captain Jack Harkness, will make it into Doctor Who’s 50th Anniversary special, but that didn’t stop him from sharing his personal wish list for the big event.
The CW's gritty superhero series Arrow got some major sci-fi clout with the addition of Torchwood star John Barrowman (aka Captain Jack Harkness) in a supporting role. But now, Barrowman's having so much fun he wants to do even more.
What happens when Doctor Who and Torchwood's Captain Jack Harkness himself—actor John Barrowman —meets up with Star Trek's Captain Jonathan Archer—actor Scott Bakula? Let's just say that things got a little ... cheeky.
This weekend, New York Comic Con has been on fire, the go-to place for new movie and TV trailers. That's why it was the perfect venue for The CW to premiere a sizzle reel for their new hit, Arrow. It features the vigilante archer as he battles some notable foes. Not in New York? No problem. You can watch the video right here.
Back in August, we learned that John Barrowman would appear on The CW's Arrow. Thus far, his character has been shrouded in mystery. But today we've got our first official look at both him and Jeffrey Robinson, who plays Deathstroke.
We don't know about you, but we were pretty darn excited when we learned Capt. Jack Harkness himself, actor John Barrowman, had been cast on the CW's new series Arrow. But now we learn his being cast on the show may have had a little something to do with a tiny U.K. sci-fi show he co-starred in ...
Remember when Fringe's Walter Bishop first showed up on our TV screens? How about when Damon Salvatore from The Vampire Diaries made his first snarky comment? Or when Stargate's Dr. Rodney McKay first became loveable?