New John Barrowman Interview

By Mark
A new interview with John Barrowman has today been published online by The People. In the interview, John reveals that the third series of Torchwood will be toned down a bit so that the United States of America won't have to edit as much of the series when it airs over there. An extract from the interview can be viewed below;

John: "The next series is about Torchwood fighting the government rather than just aliens and is a lot darker. Jack has to make a decision no parent - that's a big hint - should have to make."

But the show is also going to be toned down for America.
John said: "We're not swearing or doing anything close to the bone because it's been a huge success in the US and the networks won't accept it with all that stuff in it."

Does that mean John's going to keep his clothes on for once?
Actually, no. He said: "I'll still be getting naked and it will still be saucy - but it's done with taste. We'll be doing everything so it doesn't have to be heavily edited for the US."

You can read the full interview here. Today also marks the second anniversary of John and Scott's civil partnership. John got married to Scott Gill on this day two years ago and I'd like to take this time to wish the both of them a happy anniversary. What do you think of this new interview with John and the news that Torchwood series three may be toned down?
 

6 comments so far.

  1. laura 28 December 2008 at 21:28
    OMG wow!
    I really can't wait for s3 now lol
    Ok I'm even more hyper now =D lol
  2. Sean 29 December 2008 at 08:35
    Slightly disapointed that it is being toned down as swearing was one of the things that separated Torchwood from Doctor Who but its going to be great. I'll probably have to record the episodes and watch them over a longer period of time though.
  3. Anonymous 29 December 2008 at 10:21
    i dont want nudity because i have to watch with my mum!
  4. Collin Kelley 29 December 2008 at 16:07
    Sometimes I'm so embarrassed to be an American. Torchwood airs on BBC America, which is a pay cable channel. I don't know why they think to have to done it down.
  5. Miss Gallifrey 29 December 2008 at 20:16
    Great site! Keep up the good work!
  6. Zobles 29 December 2008 at 21:53
    Cool post, thats a good interview :)

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