Even though viewing figures for Miracle Day have been strong both sides of the Atlantic, the future of Torchwood is still not clear.

Speaking to the TV Critics Show, Starz CEO Chris Albrecht has explained:
"Torchwood is not one of the shows we went into thinking about a yearly return. It’s about Russell T Davies - he has a lot of things on his plate. If Torchwood is not at the top of his list, that will affect the future of Torchwood."
Back in February, Russell T Davies told BBC Wales Today:
"It's interesting as to how long I can stay in the science fiction world. Personally I think I'm coming to the end of it now and I've saved the world and blown up the world too many times, and I hope I leave Torchwood in rude health, and then I'll probably move onto something else then. It's time to write something just where people talk in kitchens, at least for me. But I hope we literally leave the franchise in in a very strong position that other writers come in and take it over."
So it seems Russell T Davies is ready to step down from Torchwood, but what will that mean for Torchwood's future. Is there going to be a future?