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Eyewitness creator Adi Hasak reveals the story behind bringing Norwegian drama Øyevitne to US television and explains why he stayed faithful to the original source material.
Norwegian thriller Øyevitne gets a US makeover when Eyewitness launches on USA Network. DQ speaks to showrunner Adi Hasak about translating the original series for a new audience.
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.
The popularity of Korean drama shows no sign of abating, with a hotly anticipated new series set to launch across Asia.
ABC, Starz and National Geographic are among the many networks that have used the TCA Summer Press Tour to reveal their latest programming plans.
The Ink Factory is preparing a follow-up to John Le Carré’s The Night Manager by adapting another of the author’s works, while screenwriter Andrew Davies has finally been given his chance to tackle Les Misérables.
Games of Thrones and The People vs OJ Simpson picked up a lot of Emmy nominations this week – but can they convert them into awards?
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.
Perry Mason, Petrocelli, JAG, LA Law, Ally McBeal, Boston Legal, The Practice, Damages – no one does legal drama quite like the US. Here are 10 current and upcoming law-based series.
US cables shows like The Shannara Chronicles and Colony are seeing their audiences double thanks to time-shifted viewing, a situation that encourages caution when deciding whether to renew.
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.
Netflix orders three additional series of Orange is the New Black, USA Network shows its support for Colony and Endemol Shine backs a BBC show about the Rillington Place murders.
Last week, Natpe 2016 saw a glut of Latin American content news, while USA Network gave Nordic Noir its vote of confidence. Elsewhere, Netflix continued commissioning and Sky tied up Showtime dramas for five key European territories.
The TV categories at Sunday night’s Golden Globes didn’t pan out as expected – but the scripted TV industry is probably stronger as a result.
NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment content boss Jeff Wachtel tells DQ that his channels are delving into new genres and production approaches as they seek to stand out from the crowd.
As Mexican giant Televisa looks to expand its global footprint with English-language drama, new shows revealed this week include a TV revival of the Lethal Weapon franchise and a spin-off from Doctor Who. Andy Fry reports.
This week Amazon follows up its Emmy success with six new scripted pilots, Netflix looks into Black Mirror, Lifetime calls for more Devious Maids, Rai studies the Medicis and Televisa USA checks into Gran Hotel.
As the dust settles on another Comic-Con, Michael Pickard rounds up all the news and casts his eye over the hottest trailers that were unveiled to thousands of fans in San Diego.
Sci-fi drama Humans may be still be going strong in the UK, but is it doing well enough to stay alive stateside on AMC? Meanwhile, as returns of Rectify and Mr Robot are confirmed, Andy Fry looks at the increasing impact of digital viewing figures on renewal decisions.