Articles about Greg Berlanti
Serial showrunners Greg Berlanti and Jed Mercurio talk about the creative processes behind some of their biggest hit series, including You and Bodyguard.
UK indie producer Sister Pictures, which is adapting Naomi Alderman’s The Power for TV, is giving centre stage to distinctive female characters and writers. Meanwhile, Julia Roberts has signed up for an adaptation of a novel by Maria Semple.
Warner Bros’ iconic DC Comics division has proven a valuable source of scripted TV ideas. This week, we explore the extent of DC’s influence in the free-to-air and cable schedules.
To mark Donald Trump’s shock victory over Hillary Clinton in the US presidential election, we look at the writers behind some of the country’s political TV drama series.
With The Flash and Supergirl set to meet for the first time, Michael Pickard looks at the trend for drama crossovers, with viewers’ favourite characters set to share more screen time in the future.
Following the release of GLAAD’s report on LGBT representation on US television, Andy Fry looks at the shows, writers and networks that have been singled out for praise – and where the industry must do better.
AS US network CBS prepares to launch Supergirl, the much-anticipated series starring Glee’s Melissa Benoist, DQ takes a look at the current boom in superhero shows and assesses the prospects of a drama that boasts genuine girl power.
Andy Fry spots a trend towards female-fronted shows in the current raft of US greenlights and renewals, with Supergirl, The Mysteries of Laura, Shadowhunters and Agent Carter all grabbing headlines this week.