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Trailer Park: BBC One and BBC America Unveil New Trailer for "Torchwood: Children of Earth"

"A man who can't die has got nothing to fear."

With less than two months to go until the debut of Season Three of Torchwood, BBC One and BBC America have released a world premiere of the new trailer for the third season of the Doctor Who spin-off, kicking off in July.

The five-night event series--entitled Torchwood: Children of Earth--is written by Russell T. Davies, John Fay, and James Moran and directed by the incomparable Euros Lyn.

Torchwood: Children of Earth stars John Barrowman, Eve Myles, and Garth David-Lloyd, and features guest stars such as Kai Owen, Tom Price, Peter Capaldi (The Thick of It), Lucy Cohu (Meadowlands), Susan Brown (Dalziel and Pascoe), Nick Briggs (Doctor Who), and Paul Copley (The Lakes).

The full trailer for Torchwood: Children of Earth can be found below.



Torchwood: Children of Earth will air on BBC One and BBC America this July.

Comments

Wes said…
This. Looks. Amazing.

July can't get here quickly enough.
Anonymous said…
OMG. I've seen the teasers, but that "We are here." at the end gave me chills! Can't wait!
Brodie said…
So cool! I can't wait! Thanks for the preview! I can't stop using exclamation marks!!!!
joy said…
Jee. Pers. That was a fantastic trailer. Thanks for posting it.

I haven't read any of the spoilers, but I swear, if WE = Daleks, I will be upset.
Shower Trailers said…
That was a really great promo trailer... I'll have to go into the archives and review the actual miniseries or perhaps buy the dvd set.
thx

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