Russell T Davies Talks Torchwood's Future

By Mark
Russell T Davies has recently revealed and confirmed that there are plans for a fourth series of Torchwood to go ahead if the show's third series receives a high amount of viewing figures when it broadcasts next month. He revealed this news during a cast and crew question and answer session at the special preview screening of Children of Earth part one yesterday and so far, all reviews of the episode have been very positive. Russell also announced that he would be willing to work on Torchwood for the next ten years if possible and claimed that he would love for the show to have more crossovers with its parent show Doctor Who. Torchwood's third series, Children of Earth, will consist of five episodes which will each have an approximate running time of sixty minutes. The episodes will air over five consecutive nights on BBC One this Summer and the transmission date for part one in the United States will be the twentieth of July. It's expected that the series will premiere on the same day in the United Kingdom but at the moment, this hasn't yet been confirmed by an official source. What do you think of this Torchwood news?
 

2 comments so far.

  1. I am Jamie Sue! 17 June 2009 at 02:30
    I would LOVE another 10 years of Torchwood. I have been mental over the series since it started. I was really stunned by how much I liked it and now I couldn't imagine not watchin it. My only fear has been that the creator would loose interest and ditch the project and now I'm not worried about that.
  2. Joel K. 19 June 2009 at 21:08
    Would really love to see a 4th series expanded to encompass at least 12 episodes. Plus cameos from Martha and Mickey Smith and now the new Doctor.

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