Articles about Wolf Hall
The CW has signalled the end of its Mary Queen of Scots drama Reign – however, the TV industry’s interest in royal subject shows no sign of easing off. This week we look at some of the big franchises to have emerged in recent years.
Book-to-TV adaptations are nothing new – but which authors are most prolific in terms of novels brought to life on the small screen?
Sky1’s adaptation of The Last Dragonslayer suggests the scripted market is swinging back towards TV movies and miniseries, as Crackle announces a follow-up to The Art of More.
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.
The US still dominates drama exports, but in the last Hit & Miss column of the year we take a look at some of the new shows from other countries that have punched above their weight in 2015.
This week we explore the benefits of winning industry plaudits and look at which titles came out on top at the C21 International Drama Awards. Elsewhere, there’s good news for The Art of More and Into the Badlands.
Playground Entertainment UK’s Louise Pedersen and Sophie Gardiner reveal what’s next for the prodco following the runaway success of Wolf Hall.
BBC2’s adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall delivered the channel its best ratings for a drama series in more than a decade and won fawning praise across the board. DQ caught up with the creative talent behind the camera.
Showtime’s revival of Twin Peaks overshadows all else in the greenlights world this week. But while excitement abounds over the rebirth of the David Lynch-directed cult hit, can it avoid the ratings drop-off suffered by its original run?