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In the US, the 2015/16 TV season is drawing to a close – so which scripted shows have done the business for the big four networks?
Will the scripted series boom continue in the new year? Absolutely, if Netflix and Amazon’s recent activity is anything to go by.
Danish hit The Bridge is delivering great numbers for BBC4, which has had a good end to the year with its Scandinavian dramas, while Fox turns its back on Live + Same Day ratings.
Martin Gero gives DQ the inside track on his series Blindspot, and reveals how his comedy experience has influenced his approach to drama.
With AMC giving Halt and Catch Fire a third run despite its relatively low ratings, Andy Fry explores why channels sometimes continue to back shows with small audiences. Meanwhile, George RR Martin unveils a new TV project.
At the conclusion of international content market Mipcom, Andy Fry reviews some of the week’s headline scripted deals.
With international TV market Mipcom kicking off in Cannes next week, Andy Fry identifies the new US shows that look set to sell like hot cakes – as well as those that will be less appealing to the international buyers in attendance.
As it becomes harder to pick out the winners and losers among returning and new dramas, with early ratings distorted by time-shifted and on-demand viewing, just how did Downton Abbey, Doctor Who and others fair this week?
A strong critical reception for German-language Deutschland 83 has failed to translate into viewing numbers on SundanceTV in the US, but Andy Fry says that doesn’t mean the channel should give up on non-English fare.