Articles about Chris Lang
In the age of binge-watching, what makes a compelling drama that demands viewers watch the next episode immediately? DQ speaks to a host of writers to find out how they keep audiences hooked to the very end.
Lee Ingleby is out to prove he’s not a murderer in ITV’s emotionally taut four-part drama Innocent. DQ speaks to writers Matt Arlidge, Chris Lang and producer Jeremy Gwilt about putting viewers at the heart of this moral dilemma.
Discovery teams up with heavyweight author James Patterson on a true crime series, while Starz continues to back diversity – unveiling three new projects from Latino and black writers, including Curtis ‘50 Cent’ Jackson.
It’s not just the Nordics that can write and produce great crime drama. This week we look at some of the crime shows that have been doing great international business at BBC Worldwide Showcase.
Major producers and broadcasters have been strengthening their scripted TV pipelines through equity investments, first-look partnerships and distribution deals. There’s also good news for Scandi producers in the form of another format deal.
With his new ITV show Unforgotten focusing on the investigation into a 39-year-old murder case, writer Chris Lang tells Michael Pickard how police documentaries have changed the way he looks at crime dramas.