Articles about Walter Presents
As the final season of Spanish drama Vis a Vis (Locked Up) arrives in the UK, star Maggie Civantos looks back on playing prison inmate Macarena Ferreira and how the show changed the landscape of Spanish television.
Game of Thrones star Sibel Kekilli unwraps her role in Finnish thriller Bullets, reflects on her time in the HBO smash hit and discusses her hopes for more complex roles for women.
Johannes Holopainen speaks to DQ about heading the cast of Finnish drama All the Sins, its themes of religious oppression and why it’s not just another Nordic noir series.
Writers Adam Price, Jeppe Gjervig Gram and actor Birgitte Hjort Sørensen made their names on Danish political drama Borgen. DQ finds out what they’ve been up to since and how the series shaped their careers.
Three years after German breakout drama Deutschland 83 travelled around the world, Deutschland 86 continues the story of reluctant Stasi agent Martin Rauch. DQ visits the set to find out why this spy thriller is more than a history lesson.
Italian actor Kim Rossi Stuart joins Walter Presents curator Walter Iuzzolino to introduce Maltese, a 1970s-set Mafia drama that is the first Italian series to land on the streaming platform.
Swedish actor Ida Engvoll is on a roll, having appeared in hit series The Bridge, The Restaurant and Bonus Family. As UK streaming service Walter Presents premieres her crime thriller Rebecka Martinsson, the star talks about avoiding typecasting and working with mosquitos.
Norway’s NRK is blending medical drama with thriller in Valkyrien, which sees a doctor fighting to save his dying wife beneath the streets of Oslo. DQ catches up with writer/director Erik Richter Strand.
Prequels and sequels are the latest attempt by networks to cut through the clutter of competition. Andy Fry looks at their chances of success, with a Big Bang Theory spin-off among those in the pipeline.
Israeli drama The Baker and the Beauty continues strong showing for Hebrew-language shows, but a new version of Conrad’s The Secret Agent proves too bleak for BBC1’s Sunday night audience.
Walter Iuzzolino, chief creative officer at GSN and curator of Walter Presents, reveals the shows that inspired Channel 4’s new global drama platform.
At the conclusion of international content market Mipcom, Andy Fry reviews some of the week’s headline scripted deals.