Articles about A+E Studios
New animation technology brings together live performance and CGI in The Liberator, a Netflix miniseries that recalls the gruelling, real-life mission of a group of World War Two soldiers known as the Thunderbirds.
Director Lesli Linka Glatter is behind the first two episodes of History’s Navy SEALs drama Six, which launches next month. She tells DQ more about the series, produced and distributed by A+E Studios, and how she pieced together one of her favourite scenes.
James Franco is proving his star quality in Hulu’s time-travel drama 11.22.63, while Game of Thrones reigns over TV land once more with predictably huge ratings for its season six opener.
The US TV industry is in the midst of the Television Critics Association’s Winter Press Tour, a fascinating event during which leading US cable and broadcast networks provide valuable insights into their plans. Andy Fry reports.
A+E Studios’ Bob DeBitetto outlines the new company’s mission statement as DQ takes a look at some of the shows emerging from the fledging production entity.
In the US, Outlander and Pretty Little Liars show how female-skewing dramas benefit from the fact women are more likely than men to discuss their favourite shows online, while over in the UK No Offence and Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell are struggling.