Articles about Emmy Awards
The Emmy Awards will celebrate the best creative work in television when the annual ceremony takes place over three nights this month. Three nominees tell DQ the story behind the work for which they were recognised.
Fargo keeps going as French shows impress
Noah Hawley’s TV adaptation of the Coen brothers movie Fargo has been given another season by FX, while Billy Ray is bringing an F Scott Fitzgerald novel to Amazon and French series are earning international plaudits.
What next for Game of Thrones’ reign?
Following Game of Thrones’ record-breaking night at the Emmys this week, this Writers Room special looks at the scribes behind HBO’s huge hit and asks where they might take it next. Be warned – season five spoilers lie ahead.
Playing it safe
Gaumont International Television’s forthcoming series starring Jason Statham provides the latest proof that producers want shows with built-in equity. There’s also news from Leonardo DiCaprio’s Appian Way, A+E’s UnREAL and the Emmy Awards.
Minis grow in stature
With shows such as The Fixer selling across the globe, Andy Fry examines the growing importance of miniseries in the increasingly crowded TV market. Another trend showing no sign of slowing down is the rise of anthologies, with news on Black Mirror.
On the up down under
As Oz drama writers are given a boost with the news that Screen Australia is providing funding for 23 films and TV series, Andy Fry examines the TV beneficiaries, with Stateless – written by Elise McCredie and directed by Cate Blanchett – leading the pack.
Where are they now?
With voting for this year’s Emmy nominations starting on Monday, Andy Fry checks out what last year’s Emmy-winning writers are up to at the moment. Also this week, Stephen Poliakoff is named as a keynote speaker at C21’s Drama Summit.