Articles about Doctor Who
The writer and producing team behind The Trial of Christine Keeler tell DQ about dramatising the real-life story behind the woman at the centre of one of British politics’ biggest scandals.
DQ takes a look at 10 of the hottest TV trailers to come out of annual fan fest San Diego Comic-Con, including the latest instalment of Doctor Who and new shows from Netflix, YouTube and DC Universe.
New Doctor Who star Jodie Whittaker plays a medical imposter in Trust Me, a thriller penned by real-life doctor Dan Sefton. DQ hears from the duo about making the show.
Social media is having an increasing impact on the success or failure of television drama, as Stephen Arnell discovers.
With Peter Capaldi revealing he plans to leave the Tardis at the same time as showrunner Steven Moffatt also departs Doctor Who, Stephen Arnell considers the future for the long-running sci-fi drama.
Director Ed Bazalgette discusses his work behind the camera, with credits including hit BBC drama Poldark and his next project, the forthcoming Doctor Who Christmas 2016 special, The Return of Doctor Mysterio.
Writers and producers often spend years crafting their passion projects before they come to air – but the risk is always whether the audience cares as much as they do, writes Michael Pickard.
BBC America’s Sarah Barnett is looking for returnable hits that appeal to a generation of social media-driven viewers and keep them coming back to the cable channel.
The 66th edition of the Berlin Film Festival, aka the Berlinale, takes place from February 11 to February 21 – and this year’s event will showcase some of TV’s top writing talent.
Major producers and broadcasters have been strengthening their scripted TV pipelines through equity investments, first-look partnerships and distribution deals. There’s also good news for Scandi producers in the form of another format deal.
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?
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.
As the dust settles on another Comic-Con, Michael Pickard rounds up all the news and casts his eye over the hottest trailers that were unveiled to thousands of fans in San Diego.