[WARNING: The following story contains major spoilers from the season finale of Torchwood: Miracle Day. Read at your own risk.]
A hole in the world is the villain? The Blessing tells Jilly she's "right"? Rex is immortal?
So many burning questions linger after Friday's finale of Torchwood: Miracle Day, the end to an ambitious 10-episode season that had big things to say about politics, the media and, of course, mortality itself. TVGuide.com spoke with Jane Espenson -- who wrote or co-wrote half of the season's episodes for series executive producer Russell T. Davies — about Jilly's curious revelation, the distinct lack of Torchwood's usual otherworldly baddies and why Captain Jack and Angelo didn't get to say goodbye.
Sterling Beaumon must have a thing for playing creepy killers.
The 15-year-old actor, who played a young Benajmin Linus on Lost, is set to guest-star on Criminal Minds, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Beaumon will play Jeremy, a young boy who is suspected of killing families in the Midwest.
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