Articles about Indian Summers
ITV Encore’s new drama Houdini & Doyle has received a lukewarm reception from viewers – but is that down to the channel or the show? Elsewhere, Channel 4 brings an end to Indian Summers after a sharp decline in ratings for season two.
In a busy week for commissions and renewals, a genre that seems to be cresting a wave is horror, although sci-fi and supernatural are still priorities for broadcasters. There’s bad news for Kurt Sutter, however, as The Bastard Executioner is axed by FX.
As more original dramas are produced than ever before, DQ finds there’s still a place for classic series to find new audiences.
Looking for Victorian London? Try Dublin. Or perhaps you’re after the kind of quintessentially Italian setting one can only find in Prague? From tax credits to geography and architecture, DQ examines the factors far beyond plotlines that play a part in selecting drama production locations.