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Fire Walk with Me: "Torchwood: Children of Earth" Trailer

Fans of Doctor Who spin-off Torchwood have been eagerly awaiting a first look at the series' third season, a five-night event entitled "Children of Earth."

The wait is over. BBC One and BBC America simultaneously released the gorgeous and evocative trailer for Torchwood: Children of Earth today, giving us a 60-second look at the new season of Torchwood.

From what I can make out, Season Three of Torchwood, directed by Euros Lyn, concerns the strange phenomena of children all over the world suddenly stopping... and standing still. Members of the British government call in Torchwood, believing that it's the work of aliens, who have done this before. Oh, and Peter Capaldi (The Thick of It), Lucy Cohu (Meadowlands) and Paul Copley (The Lakes) guest star, things go boom, Gwen fires some guns, Jack gets smoochy, and the end of the world may be nigh. In other words: just another day for the gang at Torchwood.

For those of you who missed the 60-second trailer, no worries as you can watch it in full below.



And here's the official description of Torchwood's third season from BBC America:

Torchwood: Children of Earth
In one epic story told over five nights the new series, airing later this year on BBC America and BBC One in the UK, re-joins Captain Jack (John Barrowman), Gwen Cooper (Eve Myles) and Ianto Jones (Gareth David Lloyd) who are still coming to terms with the death of two of their closest friends. Despite their pain, they have a job to do. This time they are faced with their fiercest threat to date - one which throws the future of Torchwood and the entire human race spiralling into danger. They battle against the odds but do they stand a chance of saving mankind? Torchwood is executive produced by Russell T. Davies and Julie Gardner. The producer is Peter Bennett (Doctor Who).

Torchwood: Children of Earth is slated to air later this year on BBC One and BBC America.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Just AWESOME. Can't wait for this!
Anonymous said…
Wow! Great trailer. And very cool that they cast Peter Capaldi. I can't wait to see this!
Unknown said…
Now THAT's a trailer. T:TSJC and Dollhouse can take a lesson. :-)

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