Articles about Sister
Penelope and Ginny Skinner, creators and writers of The Following Events are Based on a Pack of Lies, tell DQ about making the subversive con artist story, keeping viewers guessing and using art while writing.
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.
Sister execs Alice Tyler and Lydia Hampson take DQ inside the Chernobyl and Landscapers producer’s development process and preview upcoming BBC conman series The Following Events Are Based on a Pack of Lies.
Known for its balletic action sequences, Gangs of London is back for a second season. Director Corin Hardy tells DQ about helming the series and breaks down a key scene from the first episode.
Former doctor Adam Kay speaks to DQ about turning his bestselling memoir This is Going to Hurt into a BBC drama and the show’s real-world impact within the medical community.
The BBC and AMC’s adaptation of doctor-turned-comedian Adam Kay’s bestselling memoir This is Going to Hurt promises to be a warts-and-all depiction of life working on the wards and the toll the job can take back home.
Writer Ed Sinclair and executive producer Chris Fry tell DQ how Sky and HBO drama Landscapers blends real life, romance and fantasy in one of the most imaginative and visually compelling true crime dramas of the year.
Doctor-turned-comedian Adam Kay is adapting his best-selling memoir about life on the wards for the BBC and AMC. He tells DQ about translating his diaries for television.