Lawyers are scary. Remember that upcoming new Russell T Davies series we told you about earlier this year? You know, the one titled Aliens vs. Wizards that's going to have aliens and wizards in it? Well, it ain't gonna happen anymore: at least not exactly like that. See, Davies got a phone call from one of those scary lawyers ...
Russell T. Davies fans, rejoice, because the former Doctor Who showrunner is currently hard at work on a brand new TV series that'll mix (surprise!) aliens with cowboys Harry Potter wizards. Yep, you read that right: Aliens and wizards.
Torchwood creator Russell T. Davies revealed the new title and plot of the upcoming American Torchwood series at the Television Critics Association winter press tour Friday. Turns out the working title Torchwood: The New World was a fake. It's really Torchwood: Miracle Day.
We're eternally grateful to Russell T. Davies for reviving Doctor Who in 2005, as well as for creating the spin-off series, Torchwood. But sadly, Davies, one of our favorite sci-fi television writers, has announced that it's about time for him step away from space battles and alien invasions in favor of something more mundane.
Thought Children Of Earth was as dark as you wanted Torchwood to get, what with the death of ... well ... you know who. According to series creator and producer Russell T. Davies, that's just the beginning of the darkness we're going to see as Torchwood gets ready for its fourth season.
Torchwood: The New World doesn't even start filming until next year, but did we get big news today! Series creator Russell T. Davies attended the Television Critics Association fall press tour to preview his return to Torchwood and revealed six ways the new Torchwood will be bigger and better than ever before.
No, Doctor Who CAN'T live forever. But during this week's "Death of the Doctor" episode of The Sarah Jane Adventures (which sadly only aired in the UK), Russell T Davies made the Time Lord close to immortal by revealing that the revised number for the Doctor's regeneration limit is exactly ... 507! (That's right. 507.)