Members of the Torchwood team have fought aliens, cyborgs and time travelers, but now they face their biggest threat – humanity. Team leader and Doctor Who companion, Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman, Arrow) and former Torchwood agent Gwen Cooper (Eve Myles, Doctor Who) are joined by newcomers Rex Matheson, (Mekhi Phifer, Divergent) and Esther Drummond (Alexa Havins, Grey’s Anatomy), when the supernatural miniseries, Torchwood: Miracle Day, makes its cable television premiere on BBC AMERICA Saturday, September 14 at 9pm ET/PT. Leading up to the premiere, BBC AMERICA will air a marathon of Torchwood season two and Torchwood: Children of the Earth beginning Friday, September 13, 11:00pm ET/PT.
Imagine a day when no one dies. The world is captivated when they watch convicted murderer, Oswald Danes (Bill Pullman, Big Love), walk away from a lethal injection, and a suicide bomber continue to move after his head has been severed from his body. By all appearances it seems like a Miracle. But when the miracle repeats itself everyday thereafter, it is clear there is something more at play. Enter CIA Analyst Esther Drummond (Havins) and her partner CIA agent, Rex Matheson (Phifer). As they investigate the series of bizarre events, they stumble upon a clue that might hold the key – the mysterious British organization, Torchwood. They’ll team up with Captain Jack Harkenss and Gwen Cooper to fight the greatest threat to humanity – mankind itself.
Torchwood, a spin-off of BBC AMERICA’S highest-rated series, Doctor Who, premiered on BBC AMERICA in 2007 and was the channel’s most watched program of the year. Torchwood: Children of Earth was also BBC AMERICA’s highest-rated series in 2009. Torchwood: Miracle Day, produced by BBC Worldwide Productions for STARZ, BBC Cymru Wales and BBC Worldwide, originally aired on STARZ in 2011. The series was created by Russell T. Davies and executive produced by Davies, Julie Gardner and Jane Tranter.
Posted a pic from the superior Children of Earth.