On how big this series is:
"The production value is bigger, and I don't want to negate what we did with the BBC, because we did a fantastic job with the budget that we had there. But all of a sudden, our budget has increased, and we're glad it did, because, to be honest with you, if it wasn't for Starz, we wouldn't have Torchwood [now]. That's the bottom line, and we're chuffed that they've taken us onboard. We're able to collaborate with the BBC, and we're still on BBC One [in the UK] so our roots are there. But we love being on Starz, and they're a great family to us now. So I hope that we get another [series]."
On the edited scene of episode 3:
"No, they won't, because there's not very much cut out. I do have to say, and I'm defending myself, because one of the newspapers took an interview I did four or five months ago, talking about... putting sex into the programme and how it fits in. They took quotes and made it sound like I was disagreeing with the BBC, and they have put forward an apology because they basically stirred it up, trying to make it look like I didn't agree with Russell. I do agree with the decision that was made. Some younger kids are going to watch Torchwood. If they're sitting watching it with their parents, it might make it a little uncomfortable [and] the parents might click off. In order to stop that from happening, we've just taken a snippet off the end of it. You still get a good chunk of it. And it's not that we're taking it away [completely]. It's not that it was 'Oh my God, we can't show sex between two men', because they also cut down Mekhi and Arlene's [sex] scene, so it was done from both ends. The controversy... was raised by a newspaper that didn't know what it was talking about."
Read the rest here and he talks about Jack being the Face of Boe and mortality