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  • Tried and trusted (Published in Features) 04-10-2018
    The creatives behind Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New York and ABC’s Shark Tank discussed how to keep a format fresh at the Tribeca TV Festival.
  • Hayu to give Canada dose of reality (Published in News) 03-10-2018
    NBCUniversal International’s reality-focused SVoD platform Hayu will launch in Canada this week, following its European launch.
  • Lessons in longevity (Published in Features) 28-09-2018
    With a focus on long-running broadcast dramas marking major milestones and anniversaries, the Tribeca TV Festival zigged where other fests have zagged.
  • Crew recall ‘phenomenal producer’ Bourdain (Published in News) 25-09-2018
    TRIBECA: The showrunner, director and producers behind CNN’s Parts Unknown said the late Anthony Bourdain should be remembered as a “phenomenal television producer” rather than a celebrity chef, at the premiere of the show’s final season.
  • Madam Secretary EP talks Clinton cameo (Published in News) 21-09-2018
    TRIBECA: Madam Secretary exec producer Lori McCreary and star Téa Leoni discussed securing three real-world US secretaries of state for show-stopping cameos, at the Tribeca TV Festival.
  • SVU creator marks 20-year milestone (Published in News) 21-09-2018
    TRIBECA: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit creator Dick Wolf reflected on how the NBC series served as a precursor to the #MeToo movement, as the show marked its 20th season in New York City.
  • Iron curtain call (Published in Features) 14-09-2018
    Directors Werner Herzog and André Singer on the story behind Meeting Gorbachev, their upcoming doc about the last leader of the Soviet Union.
  • TIFF to premiere Amazon, Facebook shows (Published in News) 16-08-2018
    Amazon Studios’ Julia Roberts-starring Homecoming and Facebook Watch’s Sorry for Your Loss featuring Elizabeth Olsen are among the drama series set to get their world premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival next month.
  • A series business (Published in Features) 10-08-2018
    Top factual filmmakers are migrating from feature docs to limited series. But is this being driven by audience demand or content-hungry broadcasters?
  • Sky Kids orders tween drama (Published in News) 12-07-2018
    Sky Kids in the UK has made its first drama commission for a tween audience with a live-action series about a young model studying at a prestigious art school.
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