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The story of Enoch the Traveler, who was taken from the earth centuries ago, and of how he finds Violette, who leads him on a journey through the worlds and dimensions of the Multiverse to rediscover the humanity he has lost.
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Captain Jack Harkness, the former Time Agent and con man from the 51st century last seen traveling with the Doctor, ventures to early 21st century Cardiff. There, he becomes a member of Torchwood Institute, a renegade criminal investigation group founded by Queen Victoria to battle hostile extraterrestrial and supernatural threats. Written by
In several episodes throughout series 1, posters bearing the slogan "Vote Saxon" are visible in several shots, most noticeable in episode 12 (Torchwood: Captain Jack Harkness (2007)) on the door of the dance hall. In series 3 of Doctor Who (2005), which was broadcasting during the same year, "Saxon" was the running keyword arc and the identity of "Mr Saxon" was the subject of the season finale. See more »
Captain Jack Harkness:
[voiceover during first season opening]
Torchwood: outside the government, beyond the police. Tracking down alien life on Earth, arming the human race against the future. The twenty-first century is when everything changes. And you gotta be ready.
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Those who expect this to be another doctor who, don't expect to much, it's clearly a low budget BBC production, but it is excellent in the entertaining aspect.
The problem with the voting on this series is that it's going to be driven by Doctor Who viewers which will expect something completely different, I for one dislike Doctor Who but love Torchwood, why? because it's far more like Spooks than Doctor Who.
Really not suitable for children, full of sex references and the odd scene of the dirty deed itself. It does show a good example of modern Britain with not just it's main characters but also it's extra's (bar the actually bad guys), it shows the drinking culture, the equality we now see in every aspect of life and sadly the growing chav culture.
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