During an interview on BBC’s The Graham Norton Show, the writer and producer said that the series is in “a nice limbo”.
“I loved making it over there [in the US], and I would have carried on if circumstances hadn’t brought me back to this country, so it’s kind of in limbo for me at the moment,” he explained.
“I’m not working on it at the moment. I’m only working on [new children’s TV show] Wizards vs Aliens – when I get back to work one day, I don’t know, it’ll be old news to the BBC!”
He added: “It’s not officially [cancelled]. It’s in a nice limbo where it can stew – those shows can come back in ten, 20 years time.”
Ah, a Torchwood resurrection may be two decades away? No need to worry just yet, then…
(It’s no fun for me that “Miracle Day” was so dreadful that the prospect of more Torchwood is a matter of some trepidation. I wish it were not so.)
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