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There’s no evidence of drama investment slowing down, with some of the industry’s heavy-hitters betting big on writing and production talent. However, shared risk seems to be the order of the day…
The writers behind The Missing have been signed up to pen a new series for ITV in the UK. Elsewhere, Margaret Atwood, Alfred Hitchcock and Jay-Z are all in the news this week – and Dynasty looks set to return to US screens.
The Ink Factory is preparing a follow-up to John Le Carré’s The Night Manager by adapting another of the author’s works, while screenwriter Andrew Davies has finally been given his chance to tackle Les Misérables.
Klaus Zimmermann and Clive Bradley reveal how they kept crime thriller Trapped grounded in its Icelandic setting while navigating the tricky waters around this intricate international coproduction.
One of this month’s top shows is Icelandic murder drama Trapped, which has just launched with strong ratings on BBC4 in the UK. Elsewhere, a strong performance for The X-Files raises the prospect of a renewal – or perhaps a spin-off…
The US TV industry is in the midst of the Television Critics Association’s Winter Press Tour, a fascinating event during which leading US cable and broadcast networks provide valuable insights into their plans. Andy Fry reports.
Writer Andrew Davies has slimmed down Tolstoy’s epic novel War and Peace into a new six-part drama for the BBC. DQ hears from the creative team behind this lavish production.
US cable is now home to more drama than ever, with viewers spoilt for choice like never before. But what’s behind the glut – and could the market be reaching saturation point? The major players reveal all.
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.