Articles about The Art of More
Sky1’s adaptation of The Last Dragonslayer suggests the scripted market is swinging back towards TV movies and miniseries, as Crackle announces a follow-up to The Art of More.
This week we explore the benefits of winning industry plaudits and look at which titles came out on top at the C21 International Drama Awards. Elsewhere, there’s good news for The Art of More and Into the Badlands.
The creator and showrunner of Crackle’s first original drama, The Art of More, tell Michael Pickard why they think they’re working within a model that will become the future of television.
Why aren’t the US networks cancelling poorly performing scripted shows this season? We look at some of the possible explanations, as well as the pre-launch buzz surrounding Amazon’s epic new drama The Man In The High Castle and FX’s horror success.
Michael Pickard reflects on Mipcom 2015 and finds that while the huge supply of television drama shows no sign of abating, the business is getting much more complicated.
At the conclusion of international content market Mipcom, Andy Fry reviews some of the week’s headline scripted deals.
As well as confirming a second run of its sci-fi series Sense8, Netflix has this week announced a Brazilian original drama. Elsewhere, FX has confirmed a raft of new and returning shows, while ITV and The Weinstein Company have teamed up for Mafiya.