Articles about The Man in the High Castle
The television landscape is awash with series set in alternative – and not particularly bright – futures. Stephen Arnell casts his eye over the dystopian series on screen, and also finds sci-fi series with a more optimistic outlook.
James Bond screenwriters Robert Wade and Neal Purvis imagine a world in which the Nazis occupy Britain in the BBC’s adaptation of Len Deighton’s alternative-history novel SS-GB. DQ visits the set.
News that Robert Heinlein’s iconic book Stranger in a Strange Land is to be adapted for TV signals a growing interest in the potential for adapting classic science-fiction novels.
Games of Thrones and The People vs OJ Simpson picked up a lot of Emmy nominations this week – but can they convert them into awards?
Does BBC1’s TV audience really care about the idiosyncrasies of North London’s intelligentsia in the Nick Hornby-scripted Love, Nina? Not when they can watch James Nesbitt murder his wife in ITV’s true crime drama The Secret.
With a reputed US$2bn annual content budget, Amazon Studios head of drama development Morgan Wandell is enjoying his position as prime disruptor of traditional TV.
Will the scripted series boom continue in the new year? Absolutely, if Netflix and Amazon’s recent activity is anything to go by.
The international drama community gathered at the BFI on London’s South Bank for three days of screenings, panel sessions, case studies and awards. Michael Pickard looks back on C21 Media’s International Drama Summit, part of Content London.
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.