Category: IN PRODUCTION
Executive producers Matt Bosack, Jan Nash and Christopher Silber lift the lid on the newest instalment of the NCIS franchise, NCIS: Hawai’i, which features the brand’s first female lead.
In Treatment meets Mindhunter in German drama 8 Zeugen (The Witnesses), in which a memory scientist questions eight people over the kidnapping of a young girl. Producers Christian Rohde and Viktoria Barkhausen explain more.
Writer Giula Sandler and producers Angie Fielder and Jessica Carrera tell DQ all about adapting Sally Piper’s novel The Geography of Friendship for television, with Rose Byrne set to lead the cast.
Martichka Bozhilova, a producer from Bulgaria’s Agitprop, discusses the development process behind the company’s next drama, Babyland, which centres on a luxury hotel that doubles as a surrogacy clinic.
Lord of the Rings star Dominic Monaghan fronts Dark Threads, the first virtual reality sci-fi drama from Toronto’s Cream Productions. Executive producer Johnny Kalangis takes DQ inside the world of interactive storytelling.
The Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco joins veteran producer Greg Berlanti to discuss the making of HBO Max mystery drama The Flight Attendant, which marked the actor’s first project as both star and executive producer.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige joins The Falcon & the Winter Soldier director Kari Skogland to look back on making the six-part series and discuss the work that goes into bringing a comic book series to the screen.
The executive producers of German dramas Sturm der Liebe (Storm of Love) and Die Rosenheim Cops (The Rosenheim Cops) take DQ inside the making of these long-running dramas, which together have amassed more than 4,000 episodes.
Executive producer Louis Morissette gets comfortable with DQ to discuss Quebecois series Entre Deux Draps (Pillow Talk), which shines a light on the relationships between four different couples and a pair of roommates.
Producers Nicola Merola and Charles Lafortune reveal how Québécois series Contre-Offre (Counter-Offer) balances comedy and drama in the story of a family-run real estate business.
Spy City producer Britta Meyermann takes DQ into the world of this 1960s-set Cold War drama, in which Dominic Cooper plays a British agent determined to uncover a traitor in the period just before the building of the Berlin Wall.
Angie Fielder and Polly Staniford, the founders of Australia’s Aquarius Films, discuss the making of soapy heist drama The Unusual Suspects, shining a light on the country’s immigrant experience and casting real-life couples.
DQ takes off with producer Imogen Banks to discuss RFDS: Royal Flying Doctor Service, a new action-drama series based on the airborne exploits of the pilots and medics responding to life-and-death emergencies in rural Australia.
François Ivernel, the producer of OVNIs (UFOs), discusses the making of this supernatural comedy drama, in which a rocket scientist is called upon to investigate paranormal phenomena in 1970s France.
Jason Maza, executive producer of The Drowning, tells DQ about transforming a film script into this four-part thriller and how the production overcame obstacles presented by the pandemic.
The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem is pitched as one of Israel’s most expensive and ambitious dramas ever, telling the story of a multi-generational family over the first half of the 20th century. DQ finds out how it was made.
Film and television producer Stacey Sher opens up about her 30-year career in Hollywood, working with Quentin Tarantino and how FX political drama Mrs America was brought to the screen.
Buccaneer Media joint CEOs Tony Wood and Richard Tulk-Hart tell DQ about the creative ethos behind the Marcella producer, with contributions from writers Irvine Welsh, Julie Wassmer and Hans Rosenfeldt.
As drama production slowly ramps up after coronavirus-enforced shutdowns around the world, showrunners and directors are rising to the global challenges presented by the pandemic.