Articles about War and Peace
The Emmy Awards will celebrate the best creative work in television when the annual ceremony takes place over three nights this month. Three nominees tell DQ the story behind the work for which they were recognised.
BBC1 has had a storming start to the year thanks to dramas like Happy Valley and The Night Manager, while CBS CEO Les Moonves has given an unofficial renewal commitment to a slate of shows.
Apple finally looks ready to enter the TV content business with news of a Dr Dre series. But it needs to move fast if it is to catch up with Netflix, Hulu and Amazon, which all made new content announcements this week.
Showtime’s new series Billions attracted record ratings on its debut, the BBC’s Call the Midwife continues to captivate audiences and NBCUniversal analyses Netflix ratings.
Celebrities like Lady Gaga are a great way to boost interest in anthology dramas. But they’re not enough to sustain interest for an entire series, as American Horror Story: Hotel shows.
The BBC has become a drama powerhouse by nurturing its relationships with great writers. Here we look at some of the talent the UK pubcaster will be working with in 2016.
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.
Michael Pickard reflects on Mipcom 2015 and finds that while the huge supply of television drama shows no sign of abating, the business is getting much more complicated.