Category: DQ TV
Hossein Amini and James Watkins, the co-creators of McMafia, reveal how they collaborated on this big-budget drama set in the world of Russian oligarchs and international organised crime.
Writer/director Geoffrey Wright, producer John Edwards and Stan chief creative officer Nick Forward discuss the making of Australian drama Romper Stomper, a six-part thriller that follows Wright’s original 1992 film.
Swedish actors Hedda Rehnberg and Charlie Gustafsson reflect on the success of Vår Tid är Nu (The Restaurant), a sweeping period drama that charts the fortunes of the owners and staff of a restaurant in post-Second World War Stockholm while examining the rise of the country’s welfare state.
Zion Baruch, creator and star of Israeli drama Juda, and director Meni Yaesh discuss making the eight-part thriller about a low-life hustler who gets caught up in a world of French mobsters and Romanian vampires.
Tabula Rasa showrunner Malin-Sarah Gozin and star Veerle Baetens lift the lid on the Flemish psychological thriller, which tells the story of a young woman with amnesia who was the last person to see a man who has since vanished.
Executive producer David Cormican recalls the making of Tokyo Trial, a four-part miniseries that follows the tense international trial that decided the fates of Japanese war criminals in the wake of the Second World War.
Executive producers Maria Feldman and Oded Ruskin reveal the story behind Absentia, a 10-part drama that follows Stana Katic’s FBI agent who is found alive, six years after disappearing.
Tom Tykwer, Henrik Handloegten and Achim von Borries discuss the thrills and challenges of writing and directing period drama Babylon Berlin, an epic crime drama set in Germany during the Roaring Twenties.
Karim Zreik, senior VP of original programming at Marvel Television, takes DQ inside the company that produced series including Jessica Jones, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and The Defenders and reveals more about the company’s development process.
Marti Noxon has written for some of the biggest shows in television, from Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Grey’s Anatomy to Mad Men and Glee. She tells DQ about her career on the small screen and previews new series Sharp Objects and Dietland.
Caroline Dhavernas and Richard Short star in Mary Kills People, a black comedy-drama about an ER doctor who also helps terminally ill patients who want to die. They tell DQ about their on-screen relationship and how the series balances the seriousness of its central subject with more light-hearted moments.
Executive producers Michael Dinner and David Kanter introduce DQ to Philip K Dick’s Electric Dreams, an anthology series featuring 10 standalone stories based on the author’s work, featuring talent from around the world in front of and behind the camera.
Courtney Kemp, showrunner of Starz original drama Power, tells DQ about writing and producing the series, which recently completed its fourth season, and talks about her career in television and the writers who have shaped her career.
US drama Wisdom of the Crowd sees a tech visionary create a crowdsourcing app to solve his daughter’s murder – and revolutionise crime-solving in the process. DQ speaks to creator Ted Humphrey about the origins of the CBS series, which stars Jeremy Piven.
Christina Ochoa stars as a helicopter pilot in Valor, The CW’s entry into the slew of military dramas coming out of the US in 2017/18. Creator and showrunner Kyle Jarrow tells DQ about the origins of the series and why it stands out from the crowd.
Shawn Ryan and Aaron Rahsaan Thomas tell DQ about forthcoming US drama S.W.A.T., which focuses on a police sergeant torn between his community and his fellow officers when he is tasked to run a specialised police tactical unit in LA.
The star of Lost and Hawaii Five-0 and the creator of House have teamed up for ABC medical drama The Good Doctor. They tell DQ about adapting the original South Korean format for US viewers.
The deeply personal stories of the members of an elite Navy SEAL squad are told in CBS military drama SEAL Team, as executive producers Ben Cavell, Sarah Timberman and Ed Redlich explain.
Actor Paula Patton and showrunner Stephen Tolkin tell DQ about US drama Somewhere Between, the ABC series based on a Korean format about a mother given the chance to travel back in time to prevent her daughter’s murder.