Articles about Carmi Zlotnik
Content chiefs at AMC, Netflix, Showtime, Starz and Bad Robot will speak at C21 Media’s Drama Summit West, which takes place in LA on Friday May 19, bringing together the global scripted business to facilitate new productions and partnerships.
Events such as Comic-Con and social media have unleashed a new breed of super-fan – but how are TV shows utilising this new audience, and what influence do they have on the shows they love?
ABC, Starz and National Geographic are among the many networks that have used the TCA Summer Press Tour to reveal their latest programming plans.
Discovery teams up with heavyweight author James Patterson on a true crime series, while Starz continues to back diversity – unveiling three new projects from Latino and black writers, including Curtis ‘50 Cent’ Jackson.
Apple finally looks ready to enter the TV content business with news of a Dr Dre series. But it needs to move fast if it is to catch up with Netflix, Hulu and Amazon, which all made new content announcements this week.
Looking for Victorian London? Try Dublin. Or perhaps you’re after the kind of quintessentially Italian setting one can only find in Prague? From tax credits to geography and architecture, DQ examines the factors far beyond plotlines that play a part in selecting drama production locations.
With Halloween – and the launch of Starz’ Ash vs Evil Dead – upon us, DQ takes a look at the TV industry’s undying fascination with the undead.
Small-screen producers are going further than ever in their efforts to send shivers down viewers’ spines, with more horror now heading to TV than ever before. DQ finds out more from those at the forefront of this terrifying trend.
DQ looks at the latest dramas to incorporate time travel into their storylines, and asks those behind the programmes exactly how they tackle a plot device that so often lends itself to confusion and complications.
US cable is now home to more drama than ever, with viewers spoilt for choice like never before. But what’s behind the glut – and could the market be reaching saturation point? The major players reveal all.
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.