Articles about Bosch
Michael Connelly, author of the Bosch and Lincoln Lawyer book series, tells DQ about how the dramas based on both have affected by the coronavirus outbreak and his hopes for the final season of Bosch.
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.
It’s been a good week for the scripted format business, with House being remade in Russia and other format deals in Italy and the Netherlands. Amazon, Netflix and HBO have also ordered series, while Turkish drama is off to a strong start at MipTV.
With a reputed US$2bn annual content budget, Amazon Studios head of drama development Morgan Wandell is enjoying his position as prime disruptor of traditional TV.
Will the scripted series boom continue in the new year? Absolutely, if Netflix and Amazon’s recent activity is anything to go by.
With book adaptations on the rise and more novelists trying their hand at writing original series for television, Andy Fry examines the benefits and disadvantages of the increasing author involvement in small-screen drama.
How can we tell whether SVoD ‘hits’ are as successful as their platforms would like us to believe, in the absence of TV-style metrics? Maybe we should just bite our lip and ask the viewer.
With the explosion in digital platforms, a sharp rise in investment and more varied content than ever, it’s certainly an exciting time to be working in the drama industry. But where does drama go from here – and what challenges is the new landscape throwing up?