I know those who enjoy the sex will disagree and this post may even lead to some name calling. This is one of those subjects that some do not allow for honest disagreement. Because of the time that Torchwood ran in the US I only saw it now and then. I liked the show. From my limited watching I could not understand why it did not make it. Doctor Who ran for 28 years. The remake may run longer. If Elisabeth Sladen had not passed away The Sarah Jane Adventures would still be on. In forums like this thereare always talks for more spin-offs so the fan base is there. So why didn't Torchwood make it I would ask myself.Now that I have Netflix I have been able to watch it starting with esp 1. I'm about half way though season one. The one thing that stand out is the amount of sex. Most people really don't like all of the sex on there tv shows.There were times that it even seen out of place that it was put in for the sex only. And right or wrong most people don't like gay sex. It alsoseems that if an actor is known to be gay the writers over do sex. (This could be based on my limited TV viewing.)Now I'm not an expert on acting but my guess is that a gay actor can act as well as a non-gay actorwithout the emphasis on sex. You read forums like this and the blame for the show not making is a wide range. Poor acting, poor writing, poor storylines, poor production. Well, Doctor fans has dealt with all of these for years and the shows continue. It has to be something else. If not theover use of sex then what? And it cannot just be the acting, production, storylinesor the writing. Thoseare too easly to blame and again are nothing new to the fans ofDoctor Who.