We are now into week three and Amy, Rory and the Doctor have embarked on an adventure in the Wild West. However, this is not the first time that the Doctor has donned a Stetson and ventured out West.
Episode 2 was always going to have a tough time following up on Asylum of the Daleks and although it is not on par with last week, it was still an enjoyable caper.
Best-known as Martha Jones, the second companion to David Tennant’s Doctor, former ‘Doctor Who’ and ‘Torchwood’ actress Freema Agyeman was in attendance at the London MCM Expo at the ExCel Centre. She spoke to me about ‘Doctor Who’, the growth of science fiction and what she’s doing next.
The recent London MCM Expo at the ExCel Centre played host to a number of big names from the world of Science Fiction and Fantasy. Among the stars were several members from the cast of ‘Torchwood: Miracle Day’.
Viewers of television series ‘Torchwood: Miracle Day’ will have heard Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) mentioning the term “morphic fields”. The premise for the latest series of the science fiction programme, which finished last week, was that the human race stopped dying because of external forces controlling the laws of nature.
With twists and turns right up until the last minute, ‘Torchwood: Miracle Day’ was rounded off in supreme style. ‘The Blood Line’ mirrored the first episode of this series with continuous, edge-of-the-seat action.
After several stilted episodes, ‘The Gathering’ felt like it had been given a shot of adrenaline with the pace picking up and the plotlines beginning to intersect
If audiences thought that this episode would bring them closer to the truth about Miracle Day, they were wrong. It was yet another abysmal week of more questions rather than answers but on the bright side, the extra-terrestrial technology has finally been revealed in the form of a transmitter which creates a null field.
This week ‘Torchwood’ delved into Jack’s long, long life but unfortunately it focused on a post-Doctor period in his past.
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