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Before walking the pink carpet at this year’s Canneseries, Coroner star Serinda Swan sat down with DQ to talk about the appeal of the crime drama and why she believes it’s time for Canadian creatives to come home.
Jessica Lucas, star and executive producer of Canadian police procedural The Murders, took time out at Canneseries to explain why she was drawn to the drama and how she felt empowered by her role as an exec producer.
DQ speaks to broadcasters and producers about the state of the Canadian drama industry and finds a sector in positive mood when it comes to its place in the international market.
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.
US cable is now home to more drama than ever, with viewers spoilt for choice like never before. But what’s behind the glut – and could the market be reaching saturation point? The major players reveal all.
DQ editor Michael Pickard casts his eye over two very different Tutankhamun-focused shows heading for the small screen, with Spike TV spinning the story of the young ruler’s life and ITV tracking the discovery of his tomb.
Sci-fi drama Humans may be still be going strong in the UK, but is it doing well enough to stay alive stateside on AMC? Meanwhile, as returns of Rectify and Mr Robot are confirmed, Andy Fry looks at the increasing impact of digital viewing figures on renewal decisions.