TORCHWOOD: MIRACLE DAY Trailer Is Released
TORCHWOOD: MIRACLE DAY finally has a trailer and it looks pretty good.
I’ve said it MANY TIMES: I think “Miracle Day” is a stupid name. The original name for this season of Torchwood was originally called “The New World” which many people thought refered to the storyline but also to the fact that now Torchwood was now mostly set in North America and being co-produced by an American cable network, STARZ.
From the trailer you get the basic idea of the story and some of the characters. Here’s the extended trailer :
Below you can find Screencaps for the trailer, you can click on any one of them to enlarge it. BE SURE and check out the ones with Gwen firing the gun out the window!! The look on her baby’s face is priceless!
TORCHWOOD Season 4 stars John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness, Eve Myles as Gwen Cooper and Kai Owen returns as Gwen’s husband Rhys Williams. Tom Price returns as Sergeant Andy and as near as I can tell that’s it for returning actors to the show.
Mekhi Phifer stars as Rex Matheson, Alexa Havins is Esther Drummond, Arlene Tur is Dr. Vera Juarez, Bill Pullman as the killer Oswald Danes and Lauren Ambrose as Jilly Kitzinger.
Recently it’s been announced that perienial scifi show actor John de Lancie was added to the cast but no detail on who he plays. I’m guessing he’ll be playing the same guy he’s played in most of the other shows he’s guested on in the past 10 years who will all be variations on the Q character.
Also in the cast are Wayne Knight, Ernie Hudson and C. Thomas Howell.
And just announced in the cast recently are Nana Visitor, Frances Fisher and the amazing Mare Winningham.
The show will be written by creator Russell T Davies along with Doris Egan, Jane Espenson, John Shiban, Ryan Scott and John Fay.
The episode titles have just come out and nothing spoilerish in them so here they are:
1. The New World
3. Dead of Night
4. Escape to L.A.
5. The Categories Of Life
6. The Middle Men
7. Immortal Sins
8. End Of The Road
9. The Gathering
10. The Blood Line
The show starts airing in the US on the STARZ channel July 8, 2011 and will air for the next ten weeks on STARZ Friday nights at 10:00 PM. There hasn’t been any announcement from the BBC giving an official start date and time but hopefully BBC1 will air it same day as in the US.