Sherlock might not occupy the same universe as The Doctor, but it seems he does live on a world that has its own version of Torchwood. Does this mean that Baker Street’s finest live on Pete’s World?
Anyone would think they are recording new Torchwood tales. John Barrowman visited Ianto’s shrine in Cardiff Bay yesterday where the spirit of Captain Jack’s pal still lingers.
The Beeb have unveiled the main cast members of Doctor Who spin-off Class with an euphoric burst of enthusiasm from writer Patrick Ness and Exec Producer Steven Moffat. “We searched far and wide for this amazing cast, fantastic actors who understand what we’re aiming for with this show,”says Ness.
Everyone keeps asking, "how can SHIELD be better?" This speaks a lot of the devoted viewership SHIELD has, even with early episodes receiving fairly mixed reviews. People want this show to be great, and it has the elements it needs to be amazing - it just needs a little push to get there.
Hulu just added Doctor Who to Plus and in addition to the same post-reboot episodes which stream from Netflix, there's five from Season 7. I haven't looked at IMDB, but based on the comments, there was a break after "The Angels Take Manhattan" and right now, that's the most recent episode they have. (No spoilers…
How did I miss that he was also in Torchwood:Children of Earth as well as being on Doctor Who's "Fires of Pompeii" episode? I must have been sleeping when somebody on io9 posted it (and I'm betting they did, though I can't find it...)
And if so... what would allow that future to be a successful one? Here's a few of my ideas (SPOILERS IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE SHOW!!)
John Barrowman is a pretty 'cheeky' guy, as you'll see by the vid. Some audio is NSFW, sadly. Great vid nonetheless. Loved the pants!
To continue my rather fast descent into Doctor Who madness, I watched the first episode of Torchwood today. I really enjoyed Captain Jack and his inter-galactic sluttiness (also, his bad American accent. "Eee-strogen." Just no.) on DW so I was really excited to watch this spin-off.
I'm not going to present this as a full review of this paper, but thanks to my sister I have started reading an article from The Journal Of Bisexuality, GLAAD to Be Torchwood? Bisexuality and the BBC , which dings Torchwood for...not being as bi as it says on the label, I'm getting, as well as decreasingly queer as…