Articles about Apple TV+
Good to be Bad
Bad Sisters, Derry Girls and I Am Ruth dominated the 2023 Bafta Television Awards, with prizes for their stars Anne-Marie Duff, Siobhan McSweeney and Kate Winslet. DQ was backstage to hear from them about their award-winning work.
A host of first-time winners were crowned at this year’s Bafta Television Craft Awards. DQ was there to speak to winners including Derry Girls’ Lisa McGee, This is Going to Hurt writer Adam Kay and some of the creatives behind House of the Dragon.
Laëtitia explains it all
Fauda star Laëtitia Eïdo opens up about her role in the hit Israeli action drama and learning lines in multiple languages as she prepares for the launch of her latest series, Apple TV+ espionage thriller Liaison.
Series to Watch: February 2023
DQ checks out the upcoming schedules to pick 10 new series to watch this February, from the story of a soap superstar and a diplomatic drama to the reimagining of a classic western.
Escaping into Shantaram
Star Charlie Hunnam and showrunner Steve Lightfoot tell DQ about adapting the sprawling, epic and elusive Australian novel Shantaram, about a man who breaks out of jail and finds himself in the criminal underbelly of 1980s Bombay, for Apple TV+.
Bad Sisters lead director Dearbhla Walsh lifts the lid on making Apple TV+’s dark comedic thriller, teaming with creator Sharon Horgan and filming in a popular Irish bathing spot.
Showrunner Soo Hugh and directors Kogonada and Justin Chon recall the challenge of making Apple TV+’s epic Korean drama Pachinko, an intergenerational family saga spanning three countries and multiple timelines.
Five Britons go on the run after the son of an American businesswoman is kidnapped in Apple TV+ thriller Suspicion. Showrunner Rob Williams explains how this adaptation of Israeli series False Flag raises the stakes.
Series to Watch: February 2022
DQ looks at the schedules to pick out 10 new series to watch this February, from the return of a Danish political drama and a US adaptation of an Israeli thriller to a UK literary adaptation and a fresh take on a beloved 90s sitcom.
Through the looking glass
Losing Alice stars Ayelet Zurer and Lihi Kornowski and creator Sigal Avin discuss the intense Israeli psychological drama and the charged relationship between its central characters.