Even a year-and-a-half later, the major critical failure of Torchwood: Miracle Day still resonates amongst the fans. And even amongst ex-Torchwood writers.
Most Torchwood fans will agree that Miracle Day was a pretty "meh" series. Despite some overall good reviews, many just couldn't get into that whole "no one dies" storyline—and don't get us started about the Blessing. But writer Jane Espenson is proud of the work she did on the 10-part series and is going to the barricades to defend it.
As summer comes to a close, so do the seasons of several of our favorite summer series as Futurama gets re-animated, and Torchwood and True Blood get bloody, if for very different reasons.
The Doctor is back and on the hunt for Amy and Rory's baby on Doctor Who, Firefly's Summer Glau digs into Alphas and Torchwood: Miracle Day heats up as Jack (and we) finally get some answers.
It's no secret that Starz loves their Spartacus franchise, but what about Torchwood? At the TCA Press tour, reps from the network revealed that they're happy with the sci-fi show's success—but not happy enough to renew it for another season.
Sad news for UK fans of Torchwood : the BBC has apparently chosen to axe a very explicit gay sex scene featuring our favorite omnisexual sci-fi character, Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman).
Last week Torchwood returned sucking us right back into the adventures of Captain Jack Harkness and Gwen Cooper as they began to investigate a world-wide event known as Miracle Day. That miracle — people on the Earth suddenly stop dying — will turn out to be anything but as the series progresses, said series creator and executive producer Russell T Davies in an exclusive interview.
John Barrowman is about to get exposed in more ways than one as Torchwood travels into uncharted territory, said the actor who plays Captain Jack Harkness. With the premiere of Torchwood: Miracle Day on Starz tonight, you can expect the transplanted series to go to some of the same places that Spartacus and Camelot went before it.
This is part one of a two-part interview with John Barrowman. Part two will run tomorrow. John Barrowman thinks you should prepare yourself for a bumpy Torchwood ride. When Torchwood: Miracle Day premieres Friday on Starz, he promises if you watch you'll join his character, Captain Jack Harkness, on a shocking, jaw dropping roller coaster ride of non-death and destruction.
Oswald Danes, a protagonist on the upcoming Torchwood: Miracle Day, looks like one of the creepiest point-of-view characters to hit the airwaves. Just take one look at actor Bill Pullman's smarmy face, and you'll see.