Category: DQ TV
Co-creators and writers Dorte Høgh and Ida Maria Rydén, alongside director Milad Alami, break down the making of Danish drama Når støvet har lagt sig (When the Dust Settles), in which a devastating terror attack hits Copenhagen.
Tim Minchin, the writer and star of Upright, recalls the journey to making this comedy drama about a pair of mismatched characters who embark on a road trip across Australia.
Exec producers Curtis ‘50 Cent’ Jackson and Doug Robinson introduce ABC legal drama For Life, based on the true story of a prisoner who becomes a lawyer for other inmates while fighting to overturn his own life sentence.
Actors Freddie Fox and Mark Addy talk about their roles in ITV factual drama White House Farm, which seeks to provide fresh insight into the murders of five members of the same family in 1985.
With Sex Education returning to Netflix for a second season, creator Laurie Nunn joins director Ben Taylor and executive producer Jamie Campbell to dissect the show’s success and reveal how it is brought to the screen.
Japanese actor Ken Watanabe discusses playing the lead in NHK single drama An Artist of the Floating World, based on the Nobel Prize-winning novel by Kazuo Ishiguro.
Genevieve Barr, Mark Lewis Jones and Adrian Scarborough discuss their roles in four-part miniseries The Accident and explain how Jack Thorne’s scripts explore a community torn apart by tragedy.
Philippe De Schepper, showrunner of Belgian drama Blackout, and producer Helen Perquy take DQ inside this thriller set at a time when the country is plunged into darkness.
Danish writer Anders Frithiof August talks about penning financial thriller Bedrag (Follow the Money) and the differences between working in Denmark and the US.
Marine Francou, showrunner of gritty French crime drama Engrenages (Spiral), takes DQ into the writing process behind the show and reveals why its local roots have made it so popular around the world.
Patrick Dempsey and Alessandro Borghi open up about making stylish financial thriller Devils, about an ambitious banker whose rise to the top is put on ice when he is suspected of murder.
Victoria Guerra, the star of Spanish-Portuguese thriller Agua Seca (Dry Water), introduces the series and reveals why she was drawn to playing a woman who becomes embroiled in the mystery of her brother’s suspicious death.
Downton Abbey star Laura Carmichael has something to hide in Australian thriller The Secrets She Keeps, an adaptation of Michael Robotham’s novel in which she stars opposite Jessica de Gouw.
Fatima Varhos and Pontus Edgren from Swedish producer FLX explain how adding a love story to financial thriller Fartblinda (Blinded) has sent viewers’ pulses racing.
Peter Bowker, the writer behind BBC drama World on Fire, and executive producer Helen Ziegler open up about making the epic series and how they aimed to tell the story of the conflict from multiple perspectives.
In Belgian drama De Twaalf (The Twelve), a murder trial is witnessed through the eyes of the jury members, who all bring their own personal baggage into the deliberation room. Series producer Peter Bouckaert and director Wouter Bouvijn explain all.
Nigel Williams, the writer behind Sky and HBO miniseries Catherine the Great, tells DQ about uncovering the true story of Russia’s 18th century ruler and reuniting with Helen Mirren.
Crime writer Martin Michaud tells DQ about his experience developing a TV series based on his detective character Victor Lessard.
Dariusz Jablonski, director of Eastern European coproduction The Pleasure Principle, talks about creating one of the region’s first high-end dramas and filming in three different countries.