Articles about Fear The Walking Dead
Lorenzo the Magnificent takes centre stage in the second chapter of Renaissance drama Medici: Masters of Florence. As filming continues apace in Tuscany, DQ speaks to the star and producers of the Rai series, which has built a worldwide audience on Netflix.
Comic-Con never fails to deliver when it comes to sneak peaks of new show, this year whetting fans’ appetites by teasing clips of shows ranging from the TV version of The Exorcist to long-awaited Neil Gaiman adaptation American Gods.
Despite criticism from rapper Snoop Dogg, A+E’s reboot of Alex Haley’s slavery story Roots has opened strongly in the US. There was also good news this week for fellow A+E show UnREAL, while Versailles debuted in the UK with a solid audience.
The popularity of horror and fantasy shows no sign of abating among pay TV broadcasters, with series based on stories by literary juggernauts Stephen King and Neil Gaiman being given the go-ahead this week.
As Starz hit Outlander begins its second season with a bang, can The Night Manager replicate its UK success on AMC when required to rub shoulders with the channel’s zombies, ambulance-chasing lawyers and martial arts experts?
AMC’s The Walking Dead is back with a bang and Better Call Saul didn’t do badly either. This week we look at some of the other big US cable shows limbering up for launch. Also, HBO gets more vinyl and ITV’s Beowulf is on the brink.
After a storming start for Into the Badlands, has AMC found itself another big hit? Elsewhere, the jury is out on Sky’s The Last Panthers, while Downton Abbey’s finale confirmed its status as one of the best scripted series ever produced in the UK.
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.
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.
After several near-misses, Fear The Walking Dead showrunner Dave Erickson tells Michael Pickard why this was the right time to join the world of the ‘walkers.’
As AMC launches in the UK with big hitters including Fear the Walking Dead and Into the Badlands, Stephen Arnell assesses the channel’s opening line-up and its potential threat to Sky Atlantic.
Anything associated with AMC’s international mega-hit The Walking Dead was always likely to be a success, and so it proved this week with the premiere of spin-off Fear the Walking Dead – despite a tepid reaction from critics.
New Tricks has been a quietly successful performer for the BBC for several years now – so why is the pubcaster axing it? And could The Astronaut Wives Club, despite its average performance, spark a trend of female-focused period pieces?
As AMC prepares to launch Fear The Walking Dead, Michael Pickard looks at the trend towards producing spin-offs of popular shows and examines why such series are so popular with television networks.
As AMC prepares to Fear the Walking Dead and step Into the Badlands, there are also new shows heading to National Geographic, The CW and E!, plus renewals from Starz, Netflix and Channel 4.
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.
Brazil’s Globo has made up its own rules as it attempts to repeat the success of Brazil Avenue, writes Andy Fry, while AMC’s latest addition to the ever-popular zombie genre, Fear The Walking Dead, shuffles forward in suitably menacing fashion.