Articles about Orange is the New Black
As Netflix launches a curated collection of programming dedicated to the Black Lives Matters movement, DQ highlights some of the featured series.
Netflix and Amazon don’t give out audience figures. So how do we know if their shows are any good? Here are a few ways the industry has attempted to address this question.
Nielsen data-crunching underlines the success of Netflix’s flagship drama Orange is the New Black, AMC shows faith in Preacher and Syfy gives a surprise recommission to 12 Monkeys.
Netflix orders three additional series of Orange is the New Black, USA Network shows its support for Colony and Endemol Shine backs a BBC show about the Rillington Place murders.
Netflix and Amazon are evolving into virtual campuses for some of the TV industry’s most creative writers. This week we look at the scribes behind some of Netflix’s upcoming shows.
Following the release of GLAAD’s report on LGBT representation on US television, Andy Fry looks at the shows, writers and networks that have been singled out for praise – and where the industry must do better.
Viewers are doing time with two dramas set inside women’s prisons, but is there room for both Wentworth and Orange is the New Black?
It was the service that changed the rules. But with subscriber numbers continuing to soar and questions being asked about higher prices, what comes next for Netflix?
With Games of Thrones picking up the most Primetime Emmy nominations this week, Andy Fry considers the competition it faces and the omissions from this year’s shortlist, and also looks at two US summer series whose future is far from secure.