Doctor Who has been regenerated!
Well, sort of.
After a deluge of Internet outrage that Netflix and the BBC were parting ways, a Netflix spokesperson has issued a statement that their contract was, in fact, renewed!
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This means that Doctor Who, Torchwood, Luther, and more shows that were in danger of leaving the streaming service will be staying put.
Unfortunately, a few shows are still leaving, including
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John Barrowman had flown his three dogs across the Atlantic and back while filming the show Torchwood: Miracle Day.
He flew Virgin Airlines and was so happy with their pet service that he made a promotional video with them.
Check out the above video to hear more about Virgin Atlantic's awesome pet travel service.
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Not cool, BBC!
The highly-popular UK series Torchwood featured a sex scene involving bisexual alien-hunter, played by gay actor John Barrowman, and a male bartender that was ultimately cut by the British channel.
Ironically, the scene remained intact on the U.S. airing of the show.
A show source
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We've missed her!
Six Feet Under alum Lauren Ambrose will appear the upcoming fourth season of sci-fi drama Torchwood, which will air this July on Starz.
She will play Jilly Kitzinger, a PR maven who lines up the most important client of her career - and she'll come to realize just how important that client is!
Can't wait! When is she gonna get her own show?!
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At least for now!
Fox and BBC Worldwide have agreed not to go forward with their plans for a US version of popular UK show Torchwood. BBC is hoping to find a new partner for the project and say they are talking to other interested networks.
BBC Worldwide's executie VP of programming and production Jane Tranter adds, "It's very much ongoing and very much alive."
As for a stateside version of Dr. Who, don't hold your breath. Tranter says:
"It may well be confusing to have a British Doctor and an American Doctor at the same time. There is only one Doctor, so I don't see that happening."
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