A spin-off from the popular new series of Doctor Who, Torchwood follows Captain Jack Harkness, a man from the 51st century trapped in the past. Finding himself drawn into alien conspiracies he works for Torchwood, a top secret British government agency whose job it is to investigate alien goings on in the world, and to act as mankind's best last hope for defence if needed...

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Final: 4x10 -- The Blood Line (Sep/15/2011)

After discovering that Jack's blood is the key to stopping the Blessing, the two Torchwood teams launch simultaneously assaults on the facilities at Buenos Aires and Shanghai. However, a mole within the CIA threatens both operations.
John BarrowmanJohn Barrowman
As Captain Jack Harkness (2006-2011)
Eve MylesEve Myles
As Gwen Cooper (2006-2011)
Mekhi PhiferMekhi Phifer
As Rex Matheson (2011)
Alexa HavinsAlexa Havins
As Esther Drummond (2011)
Kai OwenKai Owen
As Rhys Williams (2009-2011)
Bill PullmanBill Pullman
As Oswald Danes (2011)
Burn GormanBurn Gorman
As Owen Harper (2006-2008)
Naoko MoriNaoko Mori
As Toshiko Sato (2006-2008)
Gareth David-LloydGareth David-Lloyd
As Ianto Jones (2006-2009)
Indira VarmaIndira Varma
As Suzie Costello (2006)



Reviews: 2
TorchwoodRating: 1 likes, 2 dislikes

A spin-off from the popular BBC program Doctor Who, the word Torchwood is actually an anagram of "doctor who" originally used to label the pilot of the return of the Doctor Who series in order to avoid the episode being leaked before it aired. Fans of the Doctor Who program will recognize the name Torchwood as it appeared in several episodes of the show, along with Captain Jack Harkness, the star character of the Torchwood program. Torchwood is a secret organization outside of the law which was setup to monitor alien activity in Cardiff, where there is aparently a rift in space and time. Although I find the program entertaining it has failed to reach the same popularity as Doctor Who, due in part to the shows continuity problems. Information provided in some episodes may be contradictory to information provided in previous episodes or in episodes of Dr. Who. Die hard Dr. Who, or sci-fi fans in general may find this troublesome. The show has, however, been gaining popularity with the gay and lesbian community around the world, as the characters on the show are not constrained to the traditional heterosexual relationships/love interests. Any character may be seen dating (or what have you) a man, a woman, or a ??? As said on the pilot episode, "Jack will shag anything if its beautiful". Read more

Review posted on Friday, January 18th 2008 at 1:29 am


Reviews: 3
It's set in Wales and sexualy quirkyRating: 0 likes, 2 dislikes

According to the Sci Fi links Torchwood is in production for a second 13 week episode series and James Masters (Spike from Buffy the Vampire Slayer ) is playing another time traveler from the 51st century There are pics of James in a very swashbuckling outfit (he does swash so well ) on his site jamesmasterslive . I missed a lot of it when it was aired on TV but have recently found it at my local DVD library always a good indication of a popular show. Read more

Review posted on Wednesday, February 6th 2008 at 10:48 am

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Recurring Guests

Kai Owen as Rhys Williams (23 eps)
Tom Price as PC Andy (12 eps)
Paul Kasey as Weevil (8 eps)
Sharon Morgan as Mary Cooper (7 eps)
William Thomas as Geraint Cooper (6 eps)
Susan Brown (1) as Bridget Spears (5 eps)
Marina Benedict as Charlotte Willis (5 eps)
Lauren Ambrose as Jilly Kitzinger (5 eps)
Nicholas Farrell as Brian Green (5 eps)
Julia Joyce as Holly Frobisher (5 eps)

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Network: BBC one ( United Kingdom)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Status: Canceled/Ended
Airs: Thursdays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: October 22, 2006
Ended: September, 2011
Episodes Order: 10
• Torchwood: Children of Earth (Series 3 title), (Used In United Kingdom)
• Torchwood: Miracle Day (Series 4 title)
• Торчвуд (Used In Russia)
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