Huge BBC primetime drama 'every chance' of comeback after 12 years | The Sun

A HUGE BBC primetime hit has "every chance" of making a comeback.

Torchwood – starring John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness- is a spin-off of Sci-Fi fave Doctor Who.

And now writer Phil Ford has called for the show to make a return after 12 years, according to Radio Times.

Quizzed on a potential comeback, he said "I think there’s every chance.

And added: "Even if it was going back in time to an earlier iteration of Torchwood, which in fact we did do in the show.

"But absolutely, I don’t see why we couldn’t do that.

"It’s science fiction, it’s Doctor Who, you could do all sorts of things – as I’m sure will happen!"

Torchwood collected a raft of passionate fans despite only airing for four seasons.

The show aired between 2006 and 2011 and some of the cast has gone on to appear in a string of popular British dramas.

We take a look at what the cast are doing now years after the show ended.

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It comes as Doctor Who fans were sent into a frenzy with a first look at the upcoming 60th-anniversary specials.

David Tennant is back in the TARDIS for the upcoming episodes, returning as a "Fourteenth" Doctor following his residency as Ten from 2005 to 2010.

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