Category: DQ TV
Scott Ryan, writer and star of Mr Inbetween, and director Nash Edgerton talk about the making of the dark FX comedy-drama about a hitman juggling his personal and professional lives.
Rick Remender, creator and executive producer of Syfy horror-action series Deadly Class, talks about bringing new, often riskier ideas to television and the appeal of adapting his own comic book for television.
Castle star Nathan Fillion returns to US network ABC with The Rookie, the story of the LAPD’s oldest new recruit. He and showrunner Alexi Hawley introduce the series, discuss the ensemble of characters and explain why it will appeal to a wide audience.
Narcos showrunner Eric Newman discusses the challenges of making the Netflix crime drama and the growth in popularity of subtitled series.
Co-showrunners Carlton Cuse and Graham Roland tell DQ about bringing action-packed espionage thriller Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan – starring The Office’s John Krasinski – to the small screen for Amazon Prime Video.
Jeff Rake, creator and showrunner of Manifest, tells DQ about the new series, which forms part of US network NBC’s upcoming fall schedule.
Whiskey Cavalier creator Bill Lawrence discusses the origins of ABC’s new hour-long action comedy drama, his big-screen inspirations – and what prompted his decision to film the show in Europe.
Actor Jens Hultén and executive producer Helena Danielsson introduce Swedish political thriller Ingen utan skuld (Conspiracy of Silence), in which a former arms dealer is out for revenge against the industry he left behind.
Stephanie Danler, the creator and executive producer of Sweetbitter, joins star Ella Purnell and other actors from the Starz series to discuss adapting her novel for television and the challenge of bringing authenticity to the restaurant-set comedy drama.
Executive producers Melanie Stokes and Bryan Elsley tell DQ about the making of virtual reality thriller Kiss Me First, produced for Channel 4 and Netflix.
Tom Salama, the creator and writer of Israeli drama Miguel, and star Ran Danker introduce the series, which dramatises the real life story of a man’s journey to adopt a child.
Star David Morrissey joins writer Tony Grisoni, exec producer Preethi Mavahalli and director Tom Shankland to discuss the challenges of adapting China Miéville’s novel The City & The City as a four-part miniseries for BBC2.
Castle exec producers Terri Edda Miller and Andrew W Marlowe return to TV with Take Two, a crime drama that sees an actor pair up with a PI. The duo tell DQ about the international route they took to bring the series to air and why procedural dramas still have a place on screen.
Actor Iris Berben and writer/director Nina Grosse talk to DQ about German drama Die Protokollantin (The Typist), which follows a typist from Berlin’s homicide division as she tries to solve the mystery behind her daughter’s disappearance.
Golden Globe winner Gael García Bernal is a co-creator, actor and lead director on Mexican political drama Aquí en la Tierra (Here on Earth). He tells DQ about the series’ origins and what it says about politics and society.
Omri Givon, creator of Israeli drama When Heroes Fly, tells DQ about the origins of the action thriller and how he pushed his budget to the limit to bring this story of a rescue mission in the Colombian jungle to the screen.
Executive producer Jane Featherstone and director Jessica Hobbs discuss the making of BBC1 and SundanceTV family drama The Split, set in the world of divorce lawyers.
Noel Clarke and Ashley Walters team up as a dynamic cop duo in Sky1 crime drama Bulletproof, from the makers of Britannia. They tell DQ about creating and starring in the series together and why the show stands out on the British drama landscape.
Eve Myles, the star of Welsh drama Keeping Faith (Un Bore Mercher), tells DQ about working with a “world class” team on the hit series and discusses her approach to acting and the roles she looks for.