Showrunners Jason and Peter Filardi take DQ on a journey to Chapelwaite, their adaptation of Stephen King’s Jerusalem’s Lot, and reveal how they transformed the horror legend’s short story into a 10-hour series.
Creator Steven Conrad introduces DQ to Ultra City Smiths, a murder-mystery drama that blends film noir and comedy with music and dance, all using stop-motion-animated baby dolls.
Showrunning partners Dan Dworkin and Jay Beattie recall the journey to bring to the small screen Dan Brown’s thrilling novel The Lost Symbol, in which symbologist Robert Langdon races against time to prevent global catastrophe.
Cécile Ducrocq, creator and showrunner of French drama L’Opéra, tells DQ why she wanted to take viewers into the world of ballet for this series about ambition, corruption and second chances.
Dexter showrunner Clyde Phillips tells DQ about returning to the Showtime crime drama for new event series Dexter: New Blood, working with star Michael C Hall and why the character’s return was inevitable.
Showrunner John Hoffman tells DQ about creating Only Murders in the Building, which stars Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez as three true crime-loving strangers who find themselves caught up in a case of their own.
Showrunner Tony Ayres takes DQ inside the making of Clickbait, a high-stakes thriller that uses multiple perspectives to tell a story about a man threatened with death in a mysterious online video.
Transplant showrunner Joseph Kay previews the second season of the Canadian medical drama and explains how it finds authenticity in the story of a Syrian doctor and refugee working in a Toronto hospital.
Dr Death showrunner Patrick Macmanus opens up about making this true crime drama, based on the podcast of the same name, which focuses on a surgeon accused of maiming and killing his patients.
The Republic of Sarah arrives on The CW after a whirlwind journey that involved switching networks and filming two pilots before the show finally got the green light. Showrunner Jeffrey Paul King tells DQ about getting the series on air.
Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19 showrunner Krista Vernoff discusses working with Erin Brockovich on Rebel, a Disney+ series inspired by the campaigner’s life more than 20 years after Julia Roberts’ Oscar-winning film.
The Good Fight and Evil creators Robert and Michelle King reflect on their experiences making The Bite, a six-part comedy-horror series that sees zombies emerge during the Covid-19 pandemic.
To mark International Women’s Day, DQ speaks to writer and director Alankrita Shrivastava about her Netflix drama Bombay Begums, in which she shines the spotlight on the lives of five women navigating life and the obstacles that stand in their way.
Showrunners Terri Edda Miller and Andrew W Marlowe tell DQ about reimagining vigilante drama The Equalizer for US network CBS and producing the Queen Latifah-led series during the pandemic.
Steve Lightfoot, showrunner of Netflix’s British thriller Behind Her Eyes, takes DQ into this adaptation of Sarah Pinborough’s novel about a woman who becomes entangled in the secrets and lies between her boss and his wife.
Walker showrunner Anna Fricke discusses reimagining 1990s Chuck Norris series Walker, Texas Ranger and the challenges of making TV during the pandemic.
The Stand showrunner Benjamin Cavell takes DQ inside the adaptation of Stephen King’s apocalyptic novel and explains how he worked with the acclaimed author to bring the series to the screen.
Jan Martin Scharf and Arne Nolting look back on their 20-year writing partnership and discuss the making of their latest collaboration, Netflix’s German historical epic Barbaren (Barbarians).
Acclaimed film director Luca Guadagnino discusses his first TV series, We Are Who We Are, a coming-of-age story about two American teenagers living on a US military base in Northern Italy.