Contrary to comments made by Harry Potter director David Yates, Doctor Who head writer Steven Moffat insists there are no developed plans “at the moment” to bring the Time Lord to the big screen.
The writer, who created the acclaimed British series Queer as Folk, is again turning the spotlight on the lives of gay men with Cucumber.
BBC Worldwide and Starz have released the first photo and character poster for the eagerly anticipated fourth season of Torchwood, which premieres on July 8.
BBC has debuted a teaser trailer for Outcasts, a post-apocalyptic drama about a group of pioneers who leave an uninhabitable Earth to begin a new life on another planet. The series, which features Jamie Bamber, Liam Cunningham and Eric Mabius, will air this year on BBC One and BBC America.
Following yesterday’s announcement that Starz has acquired the U.S. rights for a 10-episode fourth series of Torchwood, Spinoff Online spoke with Stephan Shelanski, the network’s senior vice president of programming and originals, about how the deal came together and what the show’s devoted fans can expect.
You can exhale now, Torchwood fans — Fox Broadcasting Company has pulled the plug on a U.S. version of the U.K. sci-fi series. However, BBC Worldwide Productions insists an American remake is still “very much ongoing and very much alive.”