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Torchwood Surprise

Torchwood creator and former Doctor Who “showrunner” Russell T Davies has spoken about the success of the 2009 Torchwood mini-series Children of Earth, which he says took the BBC by surprise. The serial, stripped across 5 consecutive week nights in June, saw Torchwood living on their wits as an alien visitor threatened to rip apart…

RTD Teases the Format

Russell T. Davies, the archduke of Torchwood, couldn’t be happier with Series 4’s brand new 10 episode structure – in fact he was so happy, he told SFX all about it: “It’s not a Lost-type story, full of mystery, and it’s not particularly complicated – it’s more linear,” he said. “Ten parts just gives us…

Restarting Torchwood Series 4

The SFX website has spoken to Russell T Davies recently regarding the new series of Torchwood, due to air in 2011, and how the series continues from Children of Earth. Russell doesn’t reveal all that much in terms of spoilers but commented on the new way that the series would be developed and made with…

No Clues on Torchwood Writers

As part of his mammoth spoiler free Torchwood Series 4 pre-production chat to SFX, Russell T Davies has been talking about how the show has developed since he moved out to the USA in summer 2009. Thanks to the success of Children of Earth, it seems that Russell was able to begin planning the new…

RTD on Writers’ Rooms

The writers room; a hodge-podge of college graduates, seasoned veterans and tired-eyed assistants who’ve clambered there way in the door after submitting spec script after spec script after spec script. In the USA, this system has produced some of the greatest (and some awful) television. In the UK, this system has produced My Family. Torchwood Over-fiend Russell T….

Timey Wimey Revenue

Doctor Who helped BBC Worldwide rake in a record £200 million in revenue last year. The show, along mega brands like blokey car-fest Top Gear, BBC Earth, the umbrella brand for the channels natural history output and guide book impresarios Lonely Planet, made a profit of £40 million for the BBC’s commercial arm. £147.3 million…

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