Among Us – Part 1 – Misty Eyes


4.00 out of 5
(1 review)
Published on: May 11, 2023


Torchwood are on the run. As the world puts itself back together, Torchwood are there to pick up the pieces. And they find something nasty hiding in them.

A housing estate where everyone’s gone mad, an industrial estate interrogation facility, a lighthouse in Iceland, the comments section of a newspaper. Trouble is everywhere. And so are Torchwood.

7.3 Misty Eyes by Tim Foley
Gwen Cooper and Rhys Williams have made a new life for themselves in Iceland. Away from death and aliens and horror and Torchwood. Until there’s a knock on the door from the last person they want to see.

Additional information


Tim Foley


Gwen Cooper, Ng, Rhys Williams

Content warnings

Non-consensual body control


Scott Handcock

Episode timeline





Big Finish – The story continues


Gwen Cooper/Rhys Williams

Series timeline

Series 7


Audio drama

1 review for Among Us – Part 1 – Misty Eyes

  1. Estelle

    As all stories in this box-set, this episode is more low-key and intimate than in previous ranges, in which the overarching plot was often heavily driving each episode. This box-set is definitely more of a slow build-up focusing on at most three characters at at time. It lets you spend time in this world, with these characters, but it still manages to creepily and convincingly introduce the new threat. And, after 4 years of absence, this is definitely what this range needed.

    The confrontation between Gwen and Ng is something that I was both waiting for because it felt necessary for closure and dreading because it had to be handled right. To me, it was handled right: the difficult subject was not simplified to a simple dichotomy between right and wrong and every character was given complex characterisation.
    And it worked because the performances in this story are outstanding. Eve Myles’s acting when Gwen is being formidable, Kai Owen’s kind and compassionate Rhys and Alexandria Riley’s performance as a desperate Ng are absolutely brilliant.

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