20 Jan 2008

Torchwood Article in SFX Magazine


The latest edition of SFX Magazine (issue 166) features a whopping seven-page spread on the new series of Torchwood! Writer Ian Berriman visits the set in Cardiff; there are interviews from Chris Chibnall, Richard Stokes, Eve Myles, John Barrowman and Gareth David-Lloyd (click here to read them); a little tease from Chris Chibnall as he tells us what to expect in the new series' episodes and John Barrowman gives us a hint of more "Stopwatch" time. Below are the episode teasers from Chris Chibnall, but please be aware that they do contain **SPOILERS**.

1: "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang"
Written by Chris Chibnall and Directed by Ashley Way
"Guest starring the one-and-only James Marsters. Also featuring our first on-screen depiction of the infamous rift."

2: "Sleeper"
Written by James Moran and Directed by Colin Teague
"Script editor Brian Minchin tipped us off about James Moran, having seen his movie Severance. This is James's fast, funny and thrilling first television script."

3: "To the Last Man"
Written by Helen Raynor and Directed by Andy Goddard
"It incorporates a hospital shifting in time, a soldier named Tommy and some never-before-seen Torchwood employees."

4: "Meat"
Written by Catherine Tregenna and Directed by Colin Teague
"When Rhy's job collides with Gwen's, the couple's lives become more complicated than ever. [It] gives Kai Owen a starring role."

5: "Adam"
Written by Catherine Tregenna and Directed by Andy Goddard
"It's a story that puts the team, and Rhys, through the wringer, offers our first glimpse of the Boeshane Peninsula and asks: do our memories make us who we are?"

6: "Reset"
Written by JC Wilsher and Directed by Ashley Way
"Freema Agyeman joins Torchwood for three episodes, starting with this conspiracy thriller which has far-reaching consequences. All this and Alan Dale."

7: TBC
Written by Matt Jones and Directed by Andy Goddard
"A dark and scary tale pits Torchwood against their most terrifying adversary to date. Plus, more Weevils than you've ever seen and a derelict church packed with all manner of creepy stuff..."

8: TBC
Written by Joseph Lidster and Directed by Andy Goddard
"Richard Briers bit our collective hand off to play Parker, a dying recluse who has something that Torchwood want."

9: TBC
Written by Phil Ford and Directed by Ashley Way
"A fun filled romp with a dark edge. At a very important Cardiff wedding, not every guest has been invited."

10: TBC
Written by PJ Hammond and Directed by Jonathan Fox Basset
"A spooky circus; a reel of film that won't stop playing; and a serial killer in Cardiff. Bizarre and unsettling, this guest stars Julian Bleach and Camilla Power."

11: TBC
Written by Chris Chibnall and Directed by Mark Everest
"Gwen's old colleague, PC Andy, badgers her to take on an unsolved police case. Tom Price is so good, we wanted to see more of him."

12: TBC
Written by Chris Chibnall and Directed by Jonathan Fox Basset
" Featuring a pterodactyl, brain surgery, industrial espionage and Captain Jack Harkness in a cape."

13: TBC
Written by Chris Chibnall and Directed by Ashley Way
"In which old wounds are reopened, new wounds created and punishment is meted out."
SFX issue 166 is on sale now for £3.99.

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