Articles about Kevin Lygo
Networks seek feel-good dramas
While crime dramas still dominate TV schedules around the world, there’s a groundswell of opinion that it’s time for leading networks to commission a few more upbeat, uplifting series, reports Andy Fry.
Victoria’s reign extended by ITV
ITV’s hit period drama Victoria has been given a second season and looks like it is bedding in for a lengthy run. Also, a planned reboot for Magnum PI continues US TV’s IP-mining trend.
Fox targets sure-fire hit with Lethal Weapon series
As Fox reloads classic movie franchise Lethal Weapon for the small screen, DQ finds out why the show is already being described as one of the best new series of the year.
Caroline Aherne: A class act
The untimely death of Caroline Aherne at just 52 years old has rocked the British TV business. Andy Fry looks at her achievements and questions whether the business is failing young working-class talent.
November reign: How did the now ex-ITV drama boss do?
Following Steve November’s exit from ITV, Stephen Arnell assesses his tenure as the commercial broadcaster’s head of drama.