Articles about ITV Encore
Google-owned YouTube is finally getting into the scripted origination business, while there are also new projects from drama heavyweights Netflix, ITV, Sky, JJ Abrams, UFA and Kudos.
The West may be an increasingly secular society, but TV writers continue to be fascinated with the subject of religion. This week we explore the way faith is portrayed in a range of current series.
The BBC confirms plans for an adaptation of David Nicholls novel US, two more Amazon pilots are on the way and Hulu and ITV a teaming up on saucy new period drama Harlots.
ITV Encore’s new drama Houdini & Doyle has received a lukewarm reception from viewers – but is that down to the channel or the show? Elsewhere, Channel 4 brings an end to Indian Summers after a sharp decline in ratings for season two.
Following Steve November’s exit from ITV, Stephen Arnell assesses his tenure as the commercial broadcaster’s head of drama.
As more original dramas are produced than ever before, DQ finds there’s still a place for classic series to find new audiences.
As The Americans finds a new home on ITV Encore, just how important is finding the right slot and channel for a new drama series? Meanwhile, viewers fail to show up for C4’s Witnesses and Syfy’s Sharknado sweeps social media.
David Duchovny’s enduring popularity has helped secure a second season for NBC’s Aquarius, which has benefited from an unconventional delivery model. Elsewhere, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle continues to provide producers with material – this time with the author himself as the subject matter.