Amazon Prime Video’s animated drama Undone elevates its storytelling with a unique visual style. Femke Wolting, co-founder and MD of coproducer Submarine, reflects on the creative process behind the series.
British actor Freddie Highmore made his name in feature films and as a young Norman Bates in Psycho prequel series Bates Motel. He explains why his starring role in ABC medical drama The Good Doctor is his biggest challenge yet.
Prodigal Son co-creators Chris Fedak and Sam Sklaver explain how this Fox murder mystery doubles up as a twisted family drama.
The stakes are high in Netflix’s international cat-and-mouse crime drama Criminal, with each episode comprising a single police interview. DQ interrogates the cast and creative team about the series.
Cristian Conti, creator of Colombian drama Wild District, talks about themes of the Netflix series and the increasing prominence of non-English-language drama.
Exec producer Marcel Ferrer outlines a key scene in Spanish-language political drama Preso No 1 (Prisoner No 1), which is produced by Telemundo Global Studios for US network Telemundo. It was co-developed with Keshet International, which distributes with Telemundo.
Executive producer Liza Marshall, writer Mark O’Rowe and actor Mark Strong open up about the making of Sky1’s emotionally complex Temple, which is based on Norwegian drama Valkyrien.
German director Edward Berger reveals some of the secrets behind filming Deutschland 83, The Terror and Patrick Melrose, and discusses the changing role of the director.
DQ visits Oslo to find Vikings and people from the Stone Age and the 19th century wandering the streets of the Norwegian capital. It’s all part of the story of the first original drama from HBO Nordic, Beforeigners.
Ahead of the world premiere of Black Bitch, star and executive producer Rachel Griffiths takes DQ inside the themes and issues behind the Australian political drama.
As the Bauhaus art movement celebrates its centenary, DQ learns more about German drama Bauhaus: Die Neue Zeit (A New Era) from stars Anna Marie Mühe and August Diehl.
BBC drama The Capture imagines a ‘post truth’ world where a soldier must fight for his freedom in the face of apparently damning CCTV footage. DQ visits the set and speaks to writer/director Ben Chanan.