Articles about SundanceTV
Shortform series State of the Union stars Rosamund Pike and Chris O’Dowd as a couple who meet in a pub before their weekly marital therapy sessions. Writer Nick Hornby and See-Saw Films’ Hakan Kousetta and Jamie Laurenson discuss making the drama.
Unspeakable star Sarah Wayne Callies and creator Robert C Cooper discuss the CBC and SundanceTV limited series, which dramatises Canada’s tainted-blood scandal as two families become caught in a tragedy that gripped a nation.
Executive producer Jane Featherstone and director Jessica Hobbs discuss the making of BBC1 and SundanceTV family drama The Split, set in the world of divorce lawyers.
Howard Burch, creative director of scripted at prodco Keshet UK, looks at the challenge of repeating the success of hit drama The A Word with its forthcoming second season and discusses the development process behind the follow-up.
Go behind the scenes on Top of the Lake: China Girl, which sees Nicole Kidman and Gwendoline Christie join director Jane Campion and star Elisabeth Moss for the sequel to the 2013 original crime mystery.
The biggest hit at this year’s Cannes Film Festival wasn’t a film at all. Now, ahead of the show’s television debut, Top of the Lake: China Girl producer Emile Sherman tells DQ about reuniting with writer Jane Campion.
As Mipcom 2016 gets under way, Amazon has secured rights to the Deutschland 83 sequel and Eccho Rights is hoping to emulate its Turkish formats success with Indian drama titles.
The writers behind The Missing have been signed up to pen a new series for ITV in the UK. Elsewhere, Margaret Atwood, Alfred Hitchcock and Jay-Z are all in the news this week – and Dynasty looks set to return to US screens.
The popularity of Korean drama shows no sign of abating, with a hotly anticipated new series set to launch across Asia.
Hard-hitting Italian crime drama Gomorrah has been hailed as one of the best TV shows of the decade. Michael Pickard speaks to the series’ writer and co-creator Stefano Bises.
Cleverman, Outlander, Transparent and UnREAL all secure early renewals, while Amazon Japan unveils a new slate of shows and TV Land becomes the latest channel to turn a movie into a drama series.
Fox opts to visit Gotham once again despite the Batman prequel’s modest ratings, AMC calls for more Saul and Italian mobsters head to the US thanks to SundanceTV.
A new Australian drama blends Aboriginal history with contemporary culture in a futuristic landscape. DQ meets the team behind Cleverman.
The US TV industry is in the midst of the Television Critics Association’s Winter Press Tour, a fascinating event during which leading US cable and broadcast networks provide valuable insights into their plans. Andy Fry reports.
HBO picks up the rights to Israeli thriller Neveilot, Netflix increases its interest in Indian content and there is talk of a Tremors TV series.
At the conclusion of international content market Mipcom, Andy Fry reviews some of the week’s headline scripted deals.
Amazon’s content push continued this week with the launch of one legal-focused drama, The Hand of God, and the announcement of another on the way in the shape of The Trial. Elsewhere, SundanceTV and Showtime are also adding new series.
As AMC launches in the UK with big hitters including Fear the Walking Dead and Into the Badlands, Stephen Arnell assesses the channel’s opening line-up and its potential threat to Sky Atlantic.
A strong critical reception for German-language Deutschland 83 has failed to translate into viewing numbers on SundanceTV in the US, but Andy Fry says that doesn’t mean the channel should give up on non-English fare.