“Itâ€™s not a Lost-type story, full of mystery, and itâ€™s not particularly complicated – itâ€™s more linear,” he said. “Ten parts just gives us a chance to move it on to the international stage where it takes place.”
Head Writer/Producer Davies has also promised that the scope for the new International Torchwood will be expanded to meet its new horizons:
“The vast majorityâ€™s going to take place in America – and other countries as well – so it’s got a size to it. Itâ€™s a proper, big, global ten-hour thriller.”
While not actually saying a whole lot Davies did let slip that he felt that the five-part Children of Earth was ‘rushed’ and could easily have ran on for at least three more episodes.
Torchwood Series 4 will see the return of both John Barrowman as (Group) Captain Jack Harkness and Eve Myles as Gwen Cooper – the series is set to air simultaneously on the Starz network and the BBC in Summer 2011.
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(via Digital Spy)