Articles about Minority Report
HBO, FX dominate Emmy noms
Games of Thrones and The People vs OJ Simpson picked up a lot of Emmy nominations this week – but can they convert them into awards?
Networks bank on movie magic
With reports this week that Sony Pictures Entertainment is planning a TV series based on the Angelie Jolie spy movie Salt, now seems as good a time as any to round up developments on the movie-to-TV adaptation front.
US networks go easy with the axe
Why aren’t the US networks cancelling poorly performing scripted shows this season? We look at some of the possible explanations, as well as the pre-launch buzz surrounding Amazon’s epic new drama The Man In The High Castle and FX’s horror success.
No Halt for AMC’s PC period drama
With AMC giving Halt and Catch Fire a third run despite its relatively low ratings, Andy Fry explores why channels sometimes continue to back shows with small audiences. Meanwhile, George RR Martin unveils a new TV project.
Hot or not?
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.
Bringing the ratings picture into focus
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?
Just what the doctors ordered
It was a tale of two doctors in the UK this week, with Doctor Foster getting rave reviews on BBC1 and Doc Martin returning to predictably high ratings on ITV. Stateside, meanwhile, the early signs for Fox’s Minority Report are far from positive.
Andy Fry examines the growing trend towards reworking movies as TV series, with Training Day, Fargo, Rush Hour and Scream just a handful of such shows either on air already or heading for the small screen soon.
Gearing up for the upfronts
With the crucial upfronts season in full swing, DQ casts an eye over the major US networks’ drama programming plans – with movie spin-offs proving a major draw.