Articles about Narcos
Narcos showrunner Eric Newman discusses the challenges of making the Netflix crime drama and the growth in popularity of subtitled series.
As technology continues its assault on traditional television models, success is no longer just about overnight viewing figures. So in today’s crowded drama marketplace, what defines a hit – and how are our views of success changing?
In this special film, some of the biggest names in US drama tell DQ about the changing role of the showrunner.
Narcos co-creator Chris Brancato has spent 20 years as a showrunner, overseeing season one of the Netflix series plus shows including NBC’s Hannibal and ABC’s Of Kings and Prophets. Here he discusses the role that has attained iconic status in television drama.
In the UK, ITV and the BBC can be well satisfied with the performance of their respective autumn dramas, Victoria and Poldark. Elsewhere, there are promising signs for Sky Atlantic, Canal+ and HBO copro The Young Pope and FX hip-hop comedy Atlanta.
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?
This week we explore the benefits of winning industry plaudits and look at which titles came out on top at the C21 International Drama Awards. Elsewhere, there’s good news for The Art of More and Into the Badlands.
Despite the cancellations of Under the Dome and Haven, Stephen King stories remain ripe for adaptation – with more shows based on his work on the way. There’s also good news for Narcos, while Mistresses hangs in the balance.
In a busy week of Netflix-related news, one of the writers behind the streamer’s new sci-fi hit Sense8 discusses his hopes for a second season, while anticipation builds for its Pablo Escobar-focused drama Narcos.