Torchwood: Children of Earth is a British science fiction miniseries that was co-produced between BBC One and the United States channel, Starz. It ran from 8 July to 9 September 2011 and continues the stories of the characters last seen in Torchwood: Children of Earth, while adding new ones and exploring a whole new plot.

Series summary Edit

Torchwood Three has been disbanded and Gwen Cooper (Eve Myles) and her husband Rhys (Kai Owen) are living in hiding with their infant daughter in the Welsh countryside. Their lives are turned upside down, however, when a mysterious event, known as The Miracle, causes everyone on Earth to become immortal, though not indestructible. After they are attacked by a squad intent on incapacitating them with extreme prejudice, Gwen teams back up with Jack Harkness (John Barrowman), the only other surviving member of Torchwood, to investigate. They soon find themselves teaming up with rogue CIA agents Rex Matheson (Mekhi Phifer) and Esther Drummond (Alexa Havins), and also find their paths crossing that of paedophile-turned-notorious-celebrity Oswald Danes (Bill Pullman).

Parent Edit

Torchwood and Torchwood: Children of Earth spun off Torchwood: Miracle Day. Torchwood is a spin-off of Doctor Who.

Westphall connections in Miracle DayEdit

  • Torchwood's CIA file has pictures of the large beam of light seen at the end of Torchwood: Children of Earth. Additionally, PC Andy, a supporting character from Torchwood, appears in several episodes.
  • Jack mentions to his lover, Angelo, that he met a man called 'The Doctor' - the protagonist of Doctor Who.
  • Jack and Angelo stop a plot by The Trickster's Brigade to send the US president insane - The Trickster is a recurring villain in The Sarah Jane Adventures and another member of The Trickster's Brigade appeared in Doctor Who "Turn Left".