Articles about Amazon Studios
DQ heads to Scotland to meet stars David Tennant and Michael Sheen, and co-showrunners Douglas Mackinnon and Neil Gaiman – sort of – during filming for the second season of heavenly adaptation Good Omens.
US spy thriller Citadel is the first of a planned series of interconnected stories set around the world. Showrunner David Weil tells DQ about developing the drama and his collaboration on the ambitious, action-packed global franchise with partners in India and Italy.
Head writer and executive producer Alice Birch joins star and fellow exec producer Rachel Weisz to explain how they reworked David Cronenberg film Dead Ringers as a six-part Prime Video series about identical twin gynaecologists – both of whom are played by Weisz.
Carnival Row showrunner Erik Oleson tells DQ about taking over Prime Video’s fantasy drama for its second season, balancing story with special effects and building the show’s finale.
A unique workplace procedural is heightened by mysterious environmental forces in Prime Video’s The Rig. DQ meets writer David Macpherson, executive producer Derek Wax and the drama’s A-list cast dubbed the Scottish Avengers.
Riches creator Abby Ajayi and lead director Sebastian Thiel take DQ into the making of this ITVX drama, which looks at ambition, race and class against the backdrop of family conflict at the top of a black British business empire.
Tracey Deer tells DQ how she juggled her directing duties on Prime Video crime drama Three Pines with her role as Indigenous consultant on the Canadian series, and explains how Indigenous stories are finding new audiences.
Writer-director Hugo Blick opens up about his latest drama, Emily Blunt-led series The English, how he sought to reimagine the Western genre and why he compares himself and Blunt to John Lennon and Paul McCartney.
Westworld creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy dive back into a futuristic, science-fiction setting for Prime Video’s The Peripheral. DQ speaks to Joy, director Vincenzo Natali and the cast about bringing William Gibson’s novel to television.
Director Antoine Fuqua, star Taylor Kitsch and showrunner David DiGilio break down the making of Prime Video series The Terminal List, which blends action thriller and psychological drama to mind-bending effect after a Navy SEALs operation goes tragically wrong.
Director Ciarán Donnelly discusses directing episodes of epic fantasy adventure The Wheel of Time, which took him to fictional locations such as the Eye of the World and brought him face to face with beastly Trollocs.
Actor brothers Brian and Domhnall Gleeson discuss making their first television series together, Channel 4 and Amazon’s Frank of Ireland, together with co-writer Michael Moloney and executive producers Clelia Mountford and Sharon Horgan.
12 Years a Slave director Steve McQueen comes to the small screen for the first time with Small Axe, a series of feature-length TV films focusing on London’s West Indian community. He reveals how the long-gestating project took shape and explains how these historical stories look to the future.
As Amazon’s original crime drama Bosch heads into its third season, award-winning author Michael Connnelly tells DQ how his literary creation has been brought to life on the small screen – and why he thinks the series can run and run.
David Duchovny’s enduring popularity has helped secure a second season for NBC’s Aquarius, which has benefited from an unconventional delivery model. Elsewhere, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle continues to provide producers with material – this time with the author himself as the subject matter.