Articles about Prime Video
Named a European Shooting Star for 2024, Irish actor Éanna Hardwicke tells DQ about some of the key roles in his career to date, including his turn in acclaimed BBC drama The Sixth Commandment, and the task of portraying real people on screen.
As Zorro returns to the screen after nearly two decades, DQ dives into the making of this swashbuckling Spanish-language adventure, which sees Élite’s Miguel Bernardeau don the famous mask and cape of the iconic vigilante.
Irish star Ella Lily Hyland reflects on her breakout role in Prime Video’s Fifteen-Love, discusses how to build character and reveals what she’s doing next.
Action director Larnell Stovall opens up about the demands of his role and reveals how he created the fight sequences for The Continental, Prime Video’s miniseries prequel to the John Wick film franchise.
From New York to Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon, Prime Video thriller Wilderness sends its central characters on a road trip across America. Production designer Susie Mancini explains how she styled the drama while working across two countries.
The John Wick movie franchise lands on the small screen with a three-part prequel that explores the origins of the iconic hotel-for-assassins at the centre of the story. Directors Albert Hughes and Charlotte Brändström welcome DQ to The Continental.
In Prime Video series Wilderness, Jenna Coleman stars as a woman out for revenge after an act of betrayal. Writer Marnie Dickens, director So Yong Kim and executive producer Elizabeth Kilgarriff tell DQ how they brought the six-part psychological thriller to the screen.
Killer Coaster writer-director Nikola Lange and producer Barbara Maubert take DQ on a ride behind the scenes of Prime Video’s unique murder-mystery comedy, set in a funfair that becomes the ghoulish scene for a series of deaths.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power star Owain Arthur reflects on making season one of the Prime Video series, reveals how he gets into character as Prince Durin and looks ahead to what’s in store in season two.
Prime Video drama Fifteen-Love serves up a complicated story of abuse and power, set in the world of professional tennis. Writer Hania Elkington and executive producer Jake Lushington speak to DQ about balancing big themes with entertainment, developing messy characters and recreating tennis for television.
As fantasy series Good Omens returns for a second season, VFX supervisor Matias Derkacz breaks down effects studio Milk’s work on the drama, which is based on the novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett.
DQ heads to Scotland to meet stars David Tennant and Michael Sheen, and co-showrunners Douglas Mackinnon and Neil Gaiman – sort of – during filming for the second season of heavenly adaptation Good Omens.
DQ hears how director Christopher Yip and cinematographer Allen Liu partnered to make Canadian shortform drama Streams Flow From a River, which examines the struggles and conflicts facing an intergenerational immigrant family.
US spy thriller Citadel is the first of a planned series of interconnected stories set around the world. Showrunner David Weil tells DQ about developing the drama and his collaboration on the ambitious, action-packed global franchise with partners in India and Italy.
Head writer and executive producer Alice Birch joins star and fellow exec producer Rachel Weisz to explain how they reworked David Cronenberg film Dead Ringers as a six-part Prime Video series about identical twin gynaecologists – both of whom are played by Weisz.
Prime Video’s long-anticipated adaptation of Naomi Alderman novel The Power is set in a world where girls are suddenly able to generate electricity at will. DQ speaks to the cast and production team about overcoming creative changes and Covid to create this globe-trotting spectacle.
Carnival Row showrunner Erik Oleson tells DQ about taking over Prime Video’s fantasy drama for its second season, balancing story with special effects and building the show’s finale.
DQ checks out the upcoming schedules to pick 10 new series to watch this February, from the story of a soap superstar and a diplomatic drama to the reimagining of a classic western.
A unique workplace procedural is heightened by mysterious environmental forces in Prime Video’s The Rig. DQ meets writer David Macpherson, executive producer Derek Wax and the drama’s A-list cast dubbed the Scottish Avengers.