Articles about Netflix
US showrunner Darren Star speaks to DQ about realising a long-held ambition with his latest series, Emily in Paris, and discusses the legacy of an iconic back catalogue that includes Beverly Hills 90210 and Sex & the City.
Creator Kristen Dunphy and executive producer Jason Burrows discuss overcoming the challenges of making Australian drama Wakefield, which explore the fine line between sanity and madness with a complex story set in a psychiatric hospital.
German writer and director Christian Ditter tells DQ about making his showrunning debut with Biohackers, a Netflix original series dealing with love, revenge and revolutionary scientific technology.
The Path creator Jessica Goldberg tells DQ about her latest mission, showrunning Netflix space drama Away, in which Hilary Swank juggles work and family while on a rocket heading to Mars.
DQ heads to Lithuania to meet the cast and crew behind Netflix’s Young Wallander, which introduces the police officer who will become the iconic Swedish detective created by Henning Mankell.
Charlie Covell, whose career has spanned acting and writing, speaks about creating The End of the F***ing World and teases her upcoming Netflix series Kaos.
Actor Jasmine Jobson and the creative team behind British drama Top Boy discuss reviving the Channel 4 series for a third season on Netflix and bringing authenticity to the fictional Summerhouse Estate.
Production designer Catrin Meredydd and make-up and prosthetics lead Erika Ökvist take DQ into the world of Cursed, Netflix’s historical fantasy drama that reimagines the legend of King Arthur.
Bafta-nominated designers Samantha Harley and Miri Katz tell DQ how they created a unique and vibrant look for the world of Netflix teen comedy-drama Sex Education.
Co-writer and director Marvin Kren and executive producer Moritz Polter discuss making dark Austrian drama Freud, which takes viewers inside the mind of a young Sigmund Freud.
As Netflix launches a curated collection of programming dedicated to the Black Lives Matters movement, DQ highlights some of the featured series.
Delhi Crime director Richie Mehta and producer Pooja Kohli talk about the background to the Hindi-language miniseries, which dramatises an infamous gang rape that took place in December 2012.
Orphan Black co-creator Graeme Manson brings DQ aboard his latest project, Snowpiercer, in which humanity’s last survivors live on a train that continually travels around a frozen planet Earth.
British star Angela Griffin tells DQ about her role in Netflix mystery thriller White Lines, in which a woman seeks the truth about her brother’s death in Ibiza 20 years ago, written by La Casa de Papel (Money Heist) creator Álex Pina.
Frank Spotnitz and Emily Feller from Big Light Productions tee up the third and final season of Rai and Netflix’s Medici saga, which continues the story of Lorenzo the Magnificent in Renaissance Florence.
Pitch-perfect music meets Parisian drama in a Netflix series about an American jazz club in the French capital. Writer Jack Thorne and star Joanna Kulig invite DQ to The Eddy.
Having worked on series including Sex Education, Gentleman Jack and Normal People, intimacy coordinator Ita O’Brien explains why television’s approach to sex scenes has to change.
Holt McCallany, the star of Mindhunter, talks about the acclaimed Netflix crime drama and explains why its attention to authenticity sets it apart from other shows in the genre.
Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes turns his hand to the origins of football in his latest period drama, Netflix series The English Game. DQ discovers why it will appeal to fanatics and non-fans alike.