Articles about House of Cards
Director Kari Skogland tells DQ about her love of stunts and spectacle when she discusses her television career, with credits including Boardwalk Empire, The Walking Dead, The Americans and House of Cards.
As Donald Trump prepares to move into the White House, Stephen Arnell questions the future of political dramas under the new president.
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.
Games of Thrones and The People vs OJ Simpson picked up a lot of Emmy nominations this week – but can they convert them into awards?
Federation Entertainment backs Belgian thriller Unit 42, Netflix orders a Lost in Space reboot and the author of the House of Cards book stirs speculation over a spin-off from the hit Netflix series of the same name.
Acclaimed writer/director Oliver Stone was at Cannes Lions this week to talk about his new film Snowden. Here we look at his process and explore whether TV drama might also provide Stone with a creative platform.
This week, DQ looks into the TV work of the writers behind Oscar winners Spotlight and The Big Short, plus the new showrunners for Netflix’s House of Cards.
Fox scores stellar ratings with The X-Files and now has to convince its stars to go again, while Blue Bloods proves a point pertaining to the popularity of procedurals.
Will the scripted series boom continue in the new year? Absolutely, if Netflix and Amazon’s recent activity is anything to go by.
The stress of Sarah Treem’s first major project almost led her to quit television. Now, as showrunner on The Affair and following a stint on House of Cards, she couldn’t be happier. So what changed?