Articles about Scream
As Mipcom 2016 gets under way, Amazon has secured rights to the Deutschland 83 sequel and Eccho Rights is hoping to emulate its Turkish formats success with Indian drama titles.
Small-screen producers are going further than ever in their efforts to send shivers down viewers’ spines, with more horror now heading to TV than ever before. DQ finds out more from those at the forefront of this terrifying trend.
Andy Fry examines the growing trend towards reworking movies as TV series, with Training Day, Fargo, Rush Hour and Scream just a handful of such shows either on air already or heading for the small screen soon.
Jill Blotevogel, creator and executive producer of the TV version of Scream, tells Michael Pickard how she brought the iconic horror franchise to the small screen.
Andy Fry wonders whether Humans’ impressive showing on Channel 4 will outweigh its muted reception stateside when it comes to the question of a second season. Meanwhile, there are hits for BBC1 and MTV but misses for Scandi shows in the US.
Andy Fry looks at the influx of new dramas heading to Viacom channels such as MTV and Spike, with the latter’s diverse slate of upcoming shows ranging from a dystopian thriller and a psychological horror series to a period piece and a World War III drama.