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American Gods co-showrunner Bryan Fuller reveals why Neil Gaiman’s novel was “ripe” for television and how he brought this story to the small screen.
As historical drama The Last Kingdom charges towards the end of its second season, read DQ’s report from the Budapest set, where stars Alexander Dreymon and David Dawson were preparing to do battle once again.
Hulu original series The Handmaid’s Tale brings Margaret Atwood’s eponymous 1985 novel to the small screen – and it could be the most timely and relevant drama of 2017.
Ahead of the Bafta Television Craft Awards, costume designer Susie Coulthard takes DQ through her work on the standout episode from the third season of Black Mirror, San Junipero, for which she has been nominated.
Guerrilla stars Babou Ceesay and Freida Pinto discuss the love story at the heart of Oscar-winner John Ridley’s examination of race relations in 1970s London.
The agenda for C21’s Drama Summit West is now live, featuring a raft of sessions that put the international scripted business into perspective.
Channel 4 drama Born to Kill explores the psychotic desires of an seemingly normal teenager. DQ spoke to co-creator Kate Ashfield, with contributions from the cast and director Bruce Goodison.
French actor Vahina Giocante tells DQ about starring in 12-part drama Mata Hari, which tells the story of the real-life exotic dancer, courtesan and infamous spy.
With an eye for crafting unique worlds, Fargo and Legion creator Noah Hawley tells DQ why he is bringing movie methods to television.
Turkish producer Pelin Distas Yasaroglu tells DQ about Phi, the first original drama produced for VoD service Puhu TV.
Co-creators Moira Buffini and Alison Newman reveal the journey they took to bring Harlots, a period drama about rival brothel owners, to the small screen.