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Tagged Russell T Davies

RTD: No American Doctor Who

Former Doctor Who boss and Torchwood creator Russell T Davies has recently put worried minds at rest concerning the oft-mooted possibility of an American-produced series. Following the migration of Torchwood to a pan-Atlantic co-production, the more pessimistic and cynical fans among us have been bemoaning this move as a sign of things to come, a…

The New World Preview

With Torchwood broadcasting on Fridays in the USA and the following Thursday in the UK, we’re striking a not-too spoilery balance over the next few weeks with our coverage of Series 4 of Russell T Davies’ Doctor Who spin-off. The New World airs on Starz from 10 pm this evening, while the UK follows suit…

What is Miracle Day?

Get old but never die. Remain sick but never die. Get severely injured but never die. As a devils bargains go this one doesn’t offer many sweeteners to go with everlasting life. Its like being offered a ham sandwich without the bread. No amount of buttery ham will change the fact its not what was promised….

Miracle Day Radio Times Cover

The new edition of the Radio Times (for period 9-15 July) features Russell T Davies talking about taking Torchwood to Hollywood, as well as a stunning Gwen Cooper and Captain Jack Harkness cover! Speaking about Jack, played by John Barrowman (who also returns to BBC schedules this Saturday evening with Tonight’s the Night – it’ll…

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