Articles about No Offence
Paul Abbott charts his career, from breakthrough series Shameless and political thriller State of Play to police procedural No Offence, and reveals the writing process behind his success.
As London faces increasing demand for studio space, DQ visits Manchester to find out how the UK city and Space Studios are proving to be an attractive filming proposition for high-end television drama productions.
As Channel 4’s genre-defying cop show No Offence returns for its second season, DQ hears from the cast and creator about the strength of its female characters and striking the show’s unique tone.
In honour of ITV’s Brit noir series Marcella, we look at some of the women detectives who have helped reinvigorate a genre that used to be the preserve of cantankerous middle-aged men.
At the conclusion of international content market Mipcom, Andy Fry reviews some of the week’s headline scripted deals.
As early online success secures a second season for Mr Robot before its first has even begun and No Offence does enough to gain renewal, Hannibal has suffered cancellation. But have we really seen the last of Mads Mikkelsen’s Dr Lecter?
In the US, Outlander and Pretty Little Liars show how female-skewing dramas benefit from the fact women are more likely than men to discuss their favourite shows online, while over in the UK No Offence and Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell are struggling.