Category: DQ TV
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.
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.
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.
In the second part of DQ’s special film about showrunners, some of the biggest names in US television discuss the challenges facing the industry in the era of ‘Peak TV.’
In this special film, some of the biggest names in US drama tell DQ about the changing role of the showrunner.
Line of Duty creator Jed Mercurio speaks to DQ about the success of the police drama and his role as a US-style showrunner role within the UK drama industry.
Deutschland 83 co-creator and head writer Anna Winger reveals her surprise at the international success of the German Cold War drama and teases what’s in store for viewers in Deutschland 86.
Eyewitness creator Adi Hasak reveals the story behind bringing Norwegian drama Øyevitne to US television and explains why he stayed faithful to the original source material.
Writer Marnie Dickens reveals the origins of online network BBC3’s first original drama, Thirteen, which was also her first major television series.
Actors Sofia Helin, Friederike Becht and Tom Schilling join writer Paula Milne to discuss German Cold War drama Der gleiche Himmel (The Same Sky) – a series about “ordinary people caught up in ordinary times” and the decisions they make in search of a better life.
Married actors Halit Ergenç and Bergüzar Korel reveal what brought them together on screen as the stars of Turkish historical drama Vatanim Sensin (Wounded Love), in which they play a couple torn apart by the First World War.
Actors Billy Campbell and Karine Vanasse introduce DQ to Canadian suspense thriller Cardinal, which is based on the novels by Giles Blunt and follows the investigation into the death of a 13-year-old girl.
Luke Roberts and Frank Spotnitz take DQ behind the scenes of Ransom, revealing why this show isn’t just another hostage drama.
Richard Dormer and Dennis Quaid do their best to avoid spoilers as they tell DQ about the “crazy” world of Fortitude, which is back for a second season.
The stars and producers of wartime series The Halcyon discuss the show’s hotel setting and why music plays such an important part in the drama.
Walton Goggins and Barry Sloane tell DQ how History’s military drama Six portrays modern warfare as the members of Navy SEAL Team Six balance their home lives with engaging in combat missions around the world.
Writer/producer Jeff Rake reveals how The Mysteries of Laura was adapted for US television, based on an original Spanish-language drama.
Screenwriter Sarah Phelps tells DQ how she is reinventing Agatha Christie for a new audience, first with And Then There Were None and now with two-part drama The Witness for the Prosecution.
Director Ed Bazalgette discusses his work behind the camera, with credits including hit BBC drama Poldark and his next project, the forthcoming Doctor Who Christmas 2016 special, The Return of Doctor Mysterio.