Given its ratings success, there’s every indication that Torchwood will be returning for a third season.
Chris Chibnall puts that old chestnut, your life flashing before your eyes just before you die, to good use in “Fragments.”
This is the first episode of Torchwood that left me choked up, crying with Gwen at the end.
“From Out of the Rain” was so reminiscent of season one’s “Small Worlds” that it came as no surprise that it, too, was written by Peter Hammond.
“Something Borrowed” continues spinning at least two, sometimes three, intertwining story lines, all cleverly interweaved and equally interesting.
There’s a sense, at the end here, that Owen is all better now, but he’s not.
I’m torn, because I enjoy Burn Gorman and I like Owen as a character, but the dangers implicit in being undead have only started here, and they’re likely to get worse.
We open with a routine, but nonetheless very nicely produced, Weevil hunt.
Torchwood enters Bizarro World when an alien reprograms the team’s memories—and personalities—in “Adam.”
“Meat” is a relationship story, ignoring entirely the typical Torchwood theme of how interacting with the alien reveals our inhumanity.