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Writer Choi Ran and chief producer Lee Kyungsun tell DQ about Mouse, a South Korean thriller in which the lives of two detectives change after an encounter with the ruthless serial killer they have been chasing.
Showrunner Lucía Puenzo and Fremantle executive producer Christian Vesper tell DQ about making Chilean drama La Jauría (The Pack), one of Amazon Prime Video’s first Latin American original series.
Actor and singer Daniela Vega leads the cast of Chilean drama La Jauría (The Pack), which follows a team of investigators tracking a missing woman. The star, showrunner Lucia Puenzo and producers Pablo Larrain and Juan de Dioa Larrain discuss making the Spanish-language thriller.
The head of series development at Polish broadcaster TVN reveals her top half-dozen dramas, including a childhood favourite, an Israeli thriller and some award-winning US series.
Korean dramas provided the basis for two US series this year, with ABC shows Somewhere Between and The Good Doctor both taking their inspiration from a country that is prolific in its output of scripted content. Here, DQ picks out some new Korean series that are also ripe for acquisition and adaptation.
Polish broadcaster TVN made history with Belle Époque, its first ever costume drama. The network’s programming director Edward Miszczak and exec producer Michał Kwieciński tell DQ about bringing this crime-focused period series to screen.
Jed Mercurio’s Line of Duty is further evidence of a showrunner at the top of his game, while writers in the US wait to see if their pilots will be picked up as series and Korean writer Han Sang-Woon earns a second US adaptation gig.