Articles about Julian Fellowes
Creator and writer Julian Fellowes and executive producer Gareth Neame look back on the origins of hit period drama Downton Abbey, discussing how it rejuvenated a genre and came to fascinate audiences around the world.
Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes turns his hand to the origins of football in his latest period drama, Netflix series The English Game. DQ discovers why it will appeal to fanatics and non-fans alike.
DQ travels back to the 19th century to the set of Belgravia, a six-part drama that sees families tested and secrets revealed, created and produced by the team behind Downton Abbey.
With two new shows in the works, Downton Abbey writer Julian Fellowes and executive producer Gareth Neame look back on the period drama’s success and discuss their partnership.
Jed Mercurio’s Line of Duty is further evidence of a showrunner at the top of his game, while writers in the US wait to see if their pilots will be picked up as series and Korean writer Han Sang-Woon earns a second US adaptation gig.
Hat Trick Productions is adding to the current trend for true crime with forthcoming ITV drama The Secret. Head of drama Mark Redhead tells Michael Pickard why this real-life story will make compelling television.
Noah Hawley’s TV adaptation of the Coen brothers movie Fargo has been given another season by FX, while Billy Ray is bringing an F Scott Fitzgerald novel to Amazon and French series are earning international plaudits.
As Downton Abbey enters its sixth and final season, those to have played their part in the wildly successful period drama, both behind and in front of the camera, bid an emotional farewell. Michael Pickard reports.