Stars Julia Stiles and Lena Olin and coproducer Paul McGuinness tell DQ about Riviera, the Sky Atlantic drama in which the death of an art magnate reveals a gateway to the sinister underbelly of the south of France.
Oscar-winning screenwriter and American Crime creator John Ridley realises a long-held ambition to tell a story about race relations in the UK with Guerrilla, a six-part series for Sky Atlantic and Showtime.
The cast and crew of Riviera return to the south of France for the world premiere of Sky Atlantic’s compelling crime drama. Michael Pickard spoke to the production team about creating a dark, corrupt world below the surface of this playground for the super-rich.
It’s increasingly tough for dramas to gain attention – even if they are great shows. Slow starts for Humans and The Young Pope mean word of mouth and catch-up viewing will be important. Also, finalists for the C21 Drama Awards have been revealed.
As Starz hit Outlander begins its second season with a bang, can The Night Manager replicate its UK success on AMC when required to rub shoulders with the channel’s zombies, ambulance-chasing lawyers and martial arts experts?
With a new series of epic drama Vikings on its way, History Channel is betting big on scripted series. Elsewhere, Sky Atlantic signs up Kudos and Rowan Joffe for a new series, while Fox in the US continues to focus on African-American drama storylines.
AMC’s The Walking Dead is back with a bang and Better Call Saul didn’t do badly either. This week we look at some of the other big US cable shows limbering up for launch. Also, HBO gets more vinyl and ITV’s Beowulf is on the brink.