Fourth Series

Some articles on fourth series, series, fourth:

Swamp Thing (comic Book) - Fourth Series - Joshua Dysart
... #21 onward, Eric Powell (The Goon) provides covers for the series ... Issue #29 is the final issue of the fourth volume, which has been cancelled due to low sales numbers despite fan-supported efforts to save the series ... The Dysart series deals with the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in the last 12 chapters of the series ...
Gwen Cooper - Characterisation - Development - Action Hero and Family Woman
... Chris Chibnall feels Gwen develops into a stronger character between series one and series two, becoming less "wide-eyed" over events happening around her ... In the second series, Eve Myles states, Gwen now "knows where her feet are" ... In the first series Gwen is dressed in a "faded high street look" and keeps away from leather clothing ...
Secret Diary Of A Call Girl - Episodes
... Both series 1 and 2 consisted of eight episodes the series was commissioned for a third series, even before the second series was aired ... Series 2 became complicated to film due to Piper's pregnancy and body doubles were hired ... The filming of series 3 began at the start of 2009, once Piper had recovered after the birth of her son, Winston, in October 2008 ...
The Stolen Earth
... "The Stolen Earth" is the twelfth episode of the fourth series and the 750th overall episode of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who ... episode is "Journey's End", the finale of the fourth series ... characters, and crosses over with Doctor Who's spin-off series Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures ...
Rugby Football - Forms of Rugby
... They win the game’s first Test series 2–1, but Baskerville dies of pneumonia on the way home at the age of 25. 1930 Unprecedented fourth Rugby League test match played between Britain and Australia at Rochdale after third test is drawn 0-0 ... being wound up, France win their first Rugby League series in Australia ...

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