2lentertain have recently confirmed that John Barrowman, Eve Myles and Gareth David-Lloyd will attend two exclusive Torchwood: Children of Earth DVD plus Blu-Ray signings this Friday at the London branch of HMV plus at the Cardiff branch of HMV. Torchwood: Children of Earth will be released on DVD plus Blu-Ray by 2lentertain tomorrow for the price of £24.99 around the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Episodes One and Five of Torchwood: Children of Earth have both been written by Russell T Davies who previously contributed Everything Changes for Torchwood series one. Episodes Two and Four have both been written by English writer John Fay while episode Three has been written by Russell T Davies with James Moran who wrote Sleeper for Torchwood plus The Fires of Pompeii for Doctor Who.
Torchwood: Children of Earth featured John Barrowman, as Captain Jack, alongside Eve Myles, as Gwen Cooper, and Gareth David-Lloyd, as Ianto Jones, who faced terrible danger from the mysterious 456 creatures. Euros Lyn, director of the final two Doctor Who specials featuring David Tennant, directed Torchwood: Children of Earth last Summer around Cardiff and London.
Fans can pick up free wristbands at HMV which allow entry to the signing in London but only 250 wristbands will be available from the HMV in London from 9.00am on Friday onwards. One wristband per customer maximum, in person only, while stocks last at participating store only.
The Torchwood: Children of Earth DVD and Blu-Ray signing at the HMV in London will take place between 12:30pm until 2:00pm which is when the Torchwood trio leave London for Cardiff. The Torchwood: Children of Earth DVD and Blu-Ray signing in Cardiff will take place between 5:00pm until 6:00pm at the Cardiff branch of HMV.
Doctor Who Hideout will remind all London and Cardiff readers of the two Torchwood: Children of Earth DVD plus Blu-Ray signing events on Friday. It is currently unconfirmed whether or not if Torchwood will return for a fourth series in the near future despite Russell T Davies commenting that it was ready to go.