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Russell T. Davies
If the newly released poster is any indication, Torchwood: Miracle Day looks to be an explosive event.
Forget Robbie Williams‘ teetotal nuptials: this weekend’s biggest news was about Torchwood. The “rebooted” fourth season of the show finally has a name, and it’s Torchwood: The New World.
I’d heard rumors about this for a little while, but today The Hollywood Reporter revealed the news: Fox is developing a U.S.
Torchwood: Children of Earth is an “adult show,” Russell T Davies tells Entertainment Weekly. Don’t read this if you haven’t watched Episode 4.
Russell T. Davies and David Tennant talked to the The Times about what they’ve accomplished with their new take on Doctor Who.
Fab news for Torchwood fans – get your keisters to NYC for next Saturday. Here’s the official press release:
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I guess The Sun was right all along: Russell T. Davies has officially announced his departure as executive producer of Doctor Who.
Russell T. Davies, creator of Cardiff-set hits Doctor Who and Torchwood, has done so much for Wales’ profile, “there is talk of [building] a statue” in Cardiff, according to The Times.