Torchwood Miracle Day Sneak Peeks – Comic-Con Preview (7.22.11) [VIDEO] #torchwood #screencaps

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Torchwood: Miracle Day Episode 3 'Dead Of Night'

Torchwood Miracle Day – Comic-Con Preview (7.22.11):

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Torchwood Miracle Day Comic Con (7.22.11) Eve Myles as 'Gwen Cooper'

Torchwood: Miracle Day – Promo – ‘They’re Everywhere’ from

From Torchwood: Miracle Day ep 103 “Dead Of Night”.

Airs Friday, July 22nd 10pm e/p on STARZ. http://www.starz.com/torchwood

Torchwood: Miracle Day – ‘They knew the Miracle was coming.’

Ep 103: ‘Dead Of Night’ Torchwood goes on the run and finds a new enemy, but as they launch a raid on PhiCorp headquarters, Jack must confront the mysterious Oswald Danes.
 

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Torchwoord Miracle Day - Lauren Ambrose as 'Jilly Kitzinger'

UPDATE 7.22.11! Torchwood: Miracle Day Comic-Con Screencaps:

Torchwood Miracle Day – Behind The Scenes! Sneak Peek Video – Screencaps #torchwood

Update! Miracle Day 12- Minute Behind the Scenes Sneak Peek Video – Torchwood Cast Interviews!:

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Eye Myles costars in Starz' Torchwood Miracle Day starting Friday 7.8.11

Starz Studios takes you behind the scenes as the cast talks about the latest original series by Starz, ‘Torchwood: Miracle Day’.
Premieres July 8th, 10 pm e/p on Starz.

http://www.starz.com/torchwood 

Torchwood: Miracle Day Ausiello Scoop: Headless Live Body is Who?!? SPOILER [GRAPHIC] #torchwood #miracleday

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Dichen Lachman? Oh no!

(6.22.11)

Question: I need a Torchwood: Miracle Day scoop. …
Ausiello: Dichen Lachman’s CIA character proves to be a real, ahem, head-turner. (That’ll make more sense after you watch the second episode.)

Source: TVLine

(6.21.11)

From my screencaps album – Torchwood Miracle Day Special Look (6.8.11) VIDEO Screencaps (Starz):

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Dr. Vera Juarez (Arlene Tur) Torchwood: Miracle Day (2011)

TORCHWOOD’: A LOOK AT THE NEW SEASON

I had nightmares the night after I watched the first two episodes of Torchwood: Miracle Day. I confess that not to prove what a hopeless wimp I am (although, that’s also included), but to make the point that while we all have reservations about this season, it really delivers.

The opening scene, which finds Bill Pullman’s death-row inmate character preparing for execution, is so wrenching, so uncomfortable, and so eerie, that you might very well lose your worries about this season in the first minutes.

When Arlene Tur, who plays Dr. Vera Juarez, first heard the plot, she said the issue turned out to be much more complicated than she initially thought. And the audience should be similarly excited by some of the curve balls that lie ahead.

“You have to deal with overpopulation. You don’t have enough staff, you don’t have enough tool or enough space… Every hospital becomes a disaster,” she said. “There are a lot of problems that come along with Miracle Day.”

SOURCE: http://insidetv.ew.com/2011/06/17/true-blood-torchwood-the-closer-the-killing-spoiler-room/

One Critic’s Opinion of  the first three episodes Torchwood: Miracle Day:

Question: You’ve been awfully quiet about Torchwood: Miracle Day after announcing that you received the first three episodes. What say you…?

Ausiello: I say with a heavy heart that I liked it, but I didn’t love it. The show has always zigged and zagged between multiple personalities — and unapologetically so. It’s part soap opera, part sci-fi thriller, part cheesy B-movie, part a few other things, just for fun. And that schizophrenia has always been a part of its charm. But in the U.S.-set Miracle Day, the bouncing between tones seems more pronounced, making it hard to tell whether we’re supposed to be laughing with the show or at it. Perhaps even more upsetting (to me, anyway) is that the premise sounded so provocative — everyone on Earth stops dying. Yet the execution over the first few episodes was decidedly (gasp) boring. (Too much time is focused on the Americans learning what and who Torchwood is. And the less said about the dull, duller, dullest Bill Pullman subplot, the better.) But like I said, I didn’t hate it. In fact, with Jack and Gwen still their awesome selves, I did like it, at least. On top of that, the Jane Espenson-penned Episode 3 — featuring two TV-MA-rated sex scenes (one straight, one gay) — was a marked improvement over the first two, so, assuming the momentum continues, a “miracle” may yet occur.

Source: http://www.tvline.com/2011/06/ask-ausiello-spoilers-on-castle-true-blood-glee-dexter-90210-and-more/