Articles about The Last Kingdom
Die Hard screenwriter Jeb Stuart speaks to DQ about creating his epic Vikings: Valhalla for Netflix: “They didn’t come to me to remake The Tudors.”
Showrunner Peter McKenna looks back on making his Dublin-set crime family drama Kin and assesses the new confidence of Irish television storytelling.
As historical drama The Last Kingdom charges towards the end of its second season, read DQ’s report from the Budapest set, where stars Alexander Dreymon and David Dawson were preparing to do battle once again.
Book-to-TV adaptations are nothing new – but which authors are most prolific in terms of novels brought to life on the small screen?
As HBO says goodbye to Game of Thrones for another year – and edges closer to the show’s end – it’s time for the storied network to look towards life after Westeros.
Show cancelled? Don’t worry, someone else might pick it up. Renewed? Well, don’t get too excited until the cameras start to roll. This week we look at the increasing difficulty of spotting winners and losers.
Country-and-western drama Nashville has found a new home, The Last Kingdom has a new US coproducer and StudioCanal has licensed a slate of French and UK shows.
BBC America’s Sarah Barnett is looking for returnable hits that appeal to a generation of social media-driven viewers and keep them coming back to the cable channel.
Will the scripted series boom continue in the new year? Absolutely, if Netflix and Amazon’s recent activity is anything to go by.