"Doctor Who" spin-off series "Torchwood" that was due to premier in winter has run into technical problems which has apparently forced the BBC to re-shoot much of the series.
According to a source Sci-Fi Pulse website, "What was originally going to be a dark and brooding series has suddenly gone all bright and glossy". Why? Seems the flashy Panasonic HD cameras are having problems working in low light. He adds "A lot of tape has been junked. Scenes re-shot in full lighting".
The series follows a group of renegade criminal investigators in modern-day Cardiff who make use of alien technology that has fallen to Earth. Production was originally scheduled to run from May to October, with airing to begin around October/November. No word on what delays will ensue due to these problems.