Articles about TNT
Orphan Black co-creator Graeme Manson brings DQ aboard his latest project, Snowpiercer, in which humanity’s last survivors live on a train that continually travels around a frozen planet Earth.
US cable channel TNT turned to Caleb Carr’s arresting novel The Alienist as the premise of its biggest ever drama series. The creative team behind the series, alongside star Luke Evans, discuss bringing the period piece from page to screen.
As Content London 2017 comes to an end, it’s clear that talent is now in greater demand than ever. But while a host of A-list names attended the three-day event, delegates also learned about a community of new writers with stories ripe for adaptation.
Michelle Dockery sheds her Downton Abbey image in TNT thriller Good Behavior, which is returning for its second season this month. She tells DQ about leaving Lady Mary behind for a life of crime in the US drama – and previews her upcoming Netflix series Godless.
With TNT’s Will and ABC’s Romeo & Juliet sequel Still Star-Crossed airing this summer, Stephen Arnell looks at William Shakespeare’s record as a drama character in his own right.
Peter Lenkov delivered a mainstream hit with CBS’s Hawaii Five-0, and now he’s played a part in MacGyver’s strong start. Meanwhile, we look the writers who picked up International Emmy gongs this week.
US cable network TNT has greenlit a fifth season of hit series The Last Ship before season four hits the air. Elsewhere, there is news of a new Nordic noir series and a macabre Aussie thriller.
French creative duo Herve Hadmar and Marc Herpoux have another international hit with spooky drama Beyond the Walls, while there are also supernatural success stories for the Duffer brothers and Jeff Davis.
Acorn is providing a platform for international scripted series to break into the US, while Lifetime unveils plans for a news series based on Bette Midler’s classic 1980s movie Beaches.
UK drama producers are exploring every corner of their country in search of great locations – just as well given that the cost of going abroad has rocketed in the wake of the Brexit referendum.
The makers of TNT crime drama Animal Kingdom and creative director and designer Erin Sarofsky discuss the creation of the show’s title sequence and reflect on the importance of such openings to drama series.
As the dust settles on the US networks’ Upfronts week, Stephen Arnell casts his eye over the new shows set to hit our screens in 2016/17.
The ‘Nordicisation’ of global drama continues with Nevision’s support for new series Midnights, while BBC3 makes its first online drama acquisitions and Amazon picks up AMC’s Preacher.
It’s been a good week for comedy, with Netflix ordering a TV version of Dear White People and TNT joining forces with E4 on Foreign Bodies. Meanwhile, FX has given the go-ahead to another anthology from hit machine Ryan Murphy.
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.
Will the scripted series boom continue in the new year? Absolutely, if Netflix and Amazon’s recent activity is anything to go by.
This week Andy Fry looks at the last burst of commissions and renewals before the festive break, a new project for Downton Abbey’s Michelle Dockery and Amazon’s latest assault on the pay TV market.
Showrunner John Rogers tells Michael Pickard why family-friendly fantasy drama The Librarians stands up against its bloodier rivals.
Following the conclusion of Spike’s Tut, Cleopatra is the next Egyptian ruler to get the small-screen treatment. There are also new shows on the way from Jerry Bruckheimer and Seth Rogen, while it seems two dramas about the Kentucky bourbon industry are being brewed up.