Category: IN PRODUCTION
Marty Adelstein and Becky Clements from Tomorrow Studios invite DQ inside to discuss making Let the Right One In, Showtime’s series adaptation of the Swedish vampire film of the same name.
War of the Worlds executive producer Julian Murphy takes DQ inside the making of the third and final season of the HG Wells adaptation, which brought with it the new challenge of depicting a zero-gravity environment.
Kiki Wolfkill, executive producer of Halo: The Series, discusses bringing the world of the science-fiction Xbox franchise to television, Hollywood versus video games and meeting fan expectation.
Australian series True Colours breaks new ground as a crime drama set within a First Nations community. David Jowsey, co-MD and producer at Bunya Productions, explains how the four-parter takes viewers into a world they won’t have seen before.
Baby Cow Productions chief operating officer Asha Amster and Jax Media creative producer Isabel Richardson discuss filming Channel 4 drama Chivalry in some of LA’s most iconic shooting locations in the midst of the pandemic.
With international shoots now a regular ingredient in making television drama, producer Jan Marnell tells DQ how Swedish drama Fartblinda (Blinded) moved to Malta for its second season.
Mystery Road: Origin will take viewers deep into the Australian outback to tell the origin story of Detective Jay Swan. Producer Greer Simpkin tells DQ about filming in some of the most remote locations on Earth.
Producer Elizabeth Arnac looks back at the making of French musical drama Reusss (Sisters), the story of three friends who turn detectives after a brutal attack.
Arquipélago Filmes’ Edgar Medina outlines the producer’s courtroom noir Causa Própria (Natural Law), revealing how he secured star Margarida Vila-Nova for the lead role and how to stay creative on a modest budget.
Martin Haines, executive producer of upcoming BBC series SAS: Rogue Heroes, tells DQ about linking up with Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight for this story about the birth of the special forces unit.
Pieter Van Huyck, head of scripted at Belgian producer De Mensen, outlines how the company developed family crime drama Diamonds, which is set in Antwerp’s diamond district, with support from partners in Israel.
The Girl Before star Gugu Mbatha-Raw and executive producer Eleanor Moran take DQ inside the making of this psychological thriller and reveal how the actor helped to cast the miniseries in her first producer role.
Lux Vide CEO and producer Luca Bernabei reveals how the use of innovative sound technology was used to bring to life the world of Blanca, the blind central character in the Italian crime drama of the same name.
The Net, a series of four interconnected stories that unfold in different countries and in different languages, is set to take viewers inside the world of football corruption. DQ finds out more.
As filming continues on Danish period drama Carmen Curlers, writer Mette Heeno and producer Stinna Lassen tell DQ how the invention of the electric hair curler changed the fortunes of one man and thousands of women, as the series shows.
4400 executive producers Ariana Jackson and Sunil Nayar reveal how they reimagined the science-fiction premise behind a noughties drama that imagines what would happen if thousands of missing people suddenly reappeared.
After three years in the can, Australian Gangster has finally aired. Producer Dan Edwards tells DQ about the true story that inspired the intense crime drama, filming in Sydney and finding the miniseries’ star.
Vox Pictures producer Adrian Bate and director Pip Broughton tell DQ how they blended conspiracy thriller and relationship drama in The Trick, a single film that dramatises the fallout from the 2009 Climategate affair.
Six years after long-running crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation ended, executive producers Jason Tracey and Anthony Zuiker tell DQ why they have resurrected the series under new banner CSI: Vegas.