BBC America have confirmed to End Of Show that Torchwood will hit screens in July, in both the US and UK. In the UK the show will move to BBC One. The show is in 5 segments, with one airing each night of the week.
Writer Russell T Davies says “this series is one big serial and the most ambitious story we’ve ever made, and we’ve got plenty of surprises in store.”
The returning cast includes John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness, Eve Myles as Gwen Cooper and Gareth David-Lloyd as Ianto Jones. Other regular cast involved in their high-octane adventure are Kai Owen as Rhys Williams, Gwen’s husband, and Tom Price as PC Andy.
Special guests in the five part series are Peter Capaldi (Doctor Who, The Thick Of It, Skins), who plays the role of Mr. Frobisher – a civil servant who is hiding a terrible secret, Paul Copely (Coronation Street, The Bill) as Clem – the survivor still haunted by his past, and Liz May Brice (Bad Girls, The Bill) as Johnson – the cynical covert government agent determined to expose Torchwood.
BBC America have confirmed Torchwood will hit our screens in July in both the UK and USA. The show will be on BBC One, spread across Monday-Friday, one episode a night.
This time the regular cast will involve Rhys Williams (Kai Owen), Gwen Williams husband, and PC Andy Davidson (Tom Price).
It appears those who thought a June transmission where wrong (if this report is correct!)