Category: DQ TV
Paul Abbott charts his career, from breakthrough series Shameless and political thriller State of Play to police procedural No Offence, and reveals the writing process behind his success.
Sin City director Robert Rodriguez and Andy Vick, chief commercial officer at STXsurreal, discuss making virtual reality drama The Limit and their plans to push the boundaries of storytelling.
Shortform series State of the Union stars Rosamund Pike and Chris O’Dowd as a couple who meet in a pub before their weekly marital therapy sessions. Writer Nick Hornby and See-Saw Films’ Hakan Kousetta and Jamie Laurenson discuss making the drama.
Curfew stars Sean Bean and Billy Zane join executive producers Will Gould and Frith Tiplady as they take DQ behind the wheel of the Sky1 action series about an illegal street race and the competitors who take part.
David Farr, creator and writer of Amazon Prime Video original series Hanna, and lead direc-tor Sarah Adina Smith tell DQ about making the series, which is a reimagining of the 2011 feature film of the same name.
GoldenEye star Izabella Scorupco tells DQ why her latest part in Swedish drama Eldmärkt (Hidden) is the role of her life and how there are more exciting characters for her to play now than ever before.
Marjan Alcevski, creator and writer of HBO Adria’s first original drama, Success, and HBO Europe executive producer Steve Matthews tell DQ about the origins of the project and why it stands out as a dynamic tale of society in modern-day Croatia.
Mika Watkins, showrunner of YouTube Premium’s sci-fi horror Origin, explains why this isn’t just a story set on a spaceship and discusses taking on her first showrunning role.
Icelandic mystery The Flatey Enigma steps back in time to tell the story of a woman caught up in a deadly race to solve a historical riddle that could lead to the burial place of the last Viking lord. Executive producer Kjartan Thor Thordarson explains all.
Stars Aidan Gillen, Laura Mennell and Michael Malarkey introduce Project Blue Book, a History period drama set in the 1950s that explores the US Air Force’s top-secret investigations into UFOs.
Unspeakable star Sarah Wayne Callies and creator Robert C Cooper discuss the CBC and SundanceTV limited series, which dramatises Canada’s tainted-blood scandal as two families become caught in a tragedy that gripped a nation.
Jess Brittain, writer and creator of BBC3 drama Clique, reveals how her own experiences inspired the university-set thriller and why she loves brave, thought-provoking storytelling.
In this DQTV special, some of the television industry’s biggest names reveal their choice of the most influential drama of the past 21 years, with suggestions including The Sopranos, The West Wing, Breaking Bad and The Bridge.
Ben Stiller talks about directing Showtime miniseries Escape at Dannemora, based on the true story of two convicted murderers who staged a prison break in Upstate New York, with help from a married female prison employee.
Mammoth Screen MD Damien Timmer talks about the company’s approach to adapting Agatha Christie novels, with its fourth miniseries, Poirot thriller The ABC Murders, coming to BBC1 this Christmas.
Ruth Wilson, star and executive producer of period drama Mrs Wilson, and fellow EP Ruth Kenley-Letts reflect on the remarkable true story behind this three-part miniseries and reveal how it was brought to the screen.
Mikko Alanne, creator and showrunner of The Long Road Home, explains how the National Geographic war drama balances the story of soldiers in Iraq with that of their families at home and discusses the responsibility of making a series based on real events.
Isak Férriz, one of the stars of Gigantes (Giants), and writer Miguel Barros discuss the story of a family-run drug empire and how this series has changed the formula of Spanish drama.
Amid the growing number of series about leaving the boundaries of Earth, writer Marc Zicree discusses his latest project, Space Command, which was aided by crowdfunding from sci-fi fans.