"I hope it goes again. There’s a huge want for it to go again. What I can say is that when they call John (Barrowman) and I will be there."She also spoke about the enduring affection for the show despite the fact that more than two years have passed now since the last series, Miracle Day.
"With Torchwood we've been off air for about three years now and it’s still alive, it’s unbelievable. And if we thought for one second that on that read through on the first day that it was going to be this huge global beast/phenomenon; I don’t know how we would have reacted. We had no idea this was going to happen. It’s just a big, bold, sexy, fun show that people really took into their hearts and we appreciate it more than ever."Eve has recently been starring in the BBC's prime time show, Frankie, but it seems she would be more than happy to make a return to Torchwood if the call should come. You can watch the interview in its entirety below.