Well, the first episode has well and truly landed - landed, punched you, then snogged your face off. Hope it took you there, and that many pants were soiled at various moments (I know mine were). I hate to keep gushing on, but I think it's bloody fab, and just bucketloads of fun.
My episode is next week, and if you run - run! - to your nearest newsagent, you can see some preview pics of it in SFX, in their massive Torchwood feature starting on page 48 (and Chris Chibnall refers to my "choice phrase" on page 54...) This week's Heat has a lovely review too, the 19th-25th Jan issue, in the telly bit on page 111 (thanks to the mighty Jason Arnopp, although he made me do terrible, terrible things for that good review - I can never look at a pomegranate again). And it's also mentioned (the episode, not the pomegranate) in the current issue of the Radio Times on page 88, who have it as one of their choices of the day, although they are slightly concerned about the descent into "schlock". So if you have a schlock allergy, you might want to shut your eyes now and again. They also use the superb phrase "violent pandemonium" (even though they don't think it's a good thing). Which, as far as I'm concerned, is a solid gold recommendation. Torchwood! With added schlock, and scenes of violent pandemonium! Fun for all the family! It's lovely to be in the RT though, and to see my very own listing on page 90, with my name on the episode and everything. Nice.
If you're nowhere near a shop, and want an immediate info kick, there's a brief but really nice (spoilery) Digital Spy preview here.
There was a "coming soon" trailer at the end of last night's episode, so hopefully that's got you all intrigued, and stuff. What? Your TV exploded before you could see it? Not to worry, YouTube is on the case. (new link, now viewable outside UK) It's the long trailer we saw at the press screening. There's lots of bonkers and freaky stuff coming up, so keep your eyeballs glued to your TV screens.
Obviously don't *actually* glue your eyeballs to the screen. You won't see the screen properly, will go blind, and probably damage the telly. Never, ever do anything I say. But watch the show.