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Eve Myles Remains Hopeful for Torchwood Series 5

Poor Torchwood – out there, lost in the time vortex, not knowing whether it’s coming or going, or been! Given that its last season ended on something of a cliffhanger, (well, several cliffhangers, in a way), is there any chance that it could rematerialise at some point in the future?

Torchwood star Eve Myles, who played feisty Gwen Cooper throughout the entire run, is still hopeful that a few more episodes will fall through the rift. Speaking at the recent C2E2 event in Chicago, Myles said that everyone was “keeping [their] fingers crossed”, adding that a new season would be “a really complicated, kind of really huge, huge thing to put together.”

But all things are possible, and time can be rewritten! Just what would Gwen Cooper be up to in 2014? Myles speculated that she would still be “shooting things, probably helicopters out of the sky”, and “trying to keep the world safe, juggling a husband, juggling John Barrowman”, noting that “juggling John in any sense” was something of a challenge!

What do we think, Kasterborites? Has Torchwood had its day? Or is there life in the old Weevil yet?

(Via Hitflix).



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