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  • Sarah Williams, Kate Bartlett and Louise Hooper on ITV drama Flesh & Blood
    Sarah Williams, Kate Bartlett and Louise Hooper on ITV drama Flesh & Blood

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Writer Sarah Williams, exec producer Kate Bartlett and director Louise Hooper discuss Flesh & Blood, their new Silverprint Pictures thriller for ITV about three adult siblings whose recently bereaved mother finds new love with a man they do not trust.

  • Cate Blanchett and Alastair McKinnon talk new ABC drama Stateless
    Cate Blanchett and Alastair McKinnon talk new ABC drama Stateless

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Cate Blanchett, co-creator, exec producer and star of Stateless, and Alastair McKinnon, MD of NBCUniversal International Studios-owned producer Matchbox Pictures, discuss their new ABC drama about four strangers whose lives collide at an immigration detention centre in the middle of the Australian desert.

  • Dan Levy and Doug Robinson on new NBC sitcom Indebted
    Dan Levy and Doug Robinson on new NBC sitcom Indebted

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Dan Levy, creator of Indebted, and fellow exec producer Doug Robinson discuss their new NBC sitcom about a man forced to take in his penniless parents just after he and his wife have offloaded their kids. The series stars Adam Pally, Abby Elliott, Steven Weber and Fran Drescher and comes from Sony Pictures Television.

  • Aparna Purohit and Nicole Morganti talk Amazon Prime Video originals in India and Italy
    Aparna Purohit and Nicole Morganti talk Amazon Prime Video originals in India and Italy

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: As Amazon Prime Video continues to step up its international output, Aparna Purohit, head of Indian originals, and Nicole Morganti, head of unscripted Italian originals, discuss developments within their own markets and the significance of home-grown shows like Made in Heaven, The Forgotten Army and Celebrity Hunted.

  • Courteney Monroe looks ahead to what’s coming up on National Geographic in the next 12 months
    Courteney Monroe looks ahead to what’s coming up on National Geographic in the next 12 months

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Courteney Monroe, president of National Geographic Global Television Network, details what the Disney-owned factual giant has lined up in 2020 – building on its success in feature docs after Free Solo; the next instalment in its Genius scripted franchise; and flagship natural history programming featuring, among others, Jane Goodall. This C21TV show is brought to you by Sunny Side of the Doc.

  •  Dorte Høgh, Ida Maria Rydén and Milad Alami on When the Dust Settles
    Dorte Høgh, Ida Maria Rydén and Milad Alami on When the Dust Settles

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Dorte Høgh and Ida Maria Rydén, writers and creators of When the Dust Settles, and director Milad Alami talk about their new drama for Danish public broadcaster DR, which follows the interconnected lives of a group of people before and after they are involved in a tragic terror attack.

  • Lenny Abrahamson and Ed Guiney on bringing Sally Rooney’s Normal People to TV
    Lenny Abrahamson and Ed Guiney on bringing Sally Rooney’s Normal People to TV

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Director Lenny Abrahamson and producer Ed Guiney discuss their adaptation of Sally Rooney’s novel Normal People for the BBC and Hulu, starring Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal as a pair of lovestruck teenagers growing up in Ireland.

  • Tim Minchin talks Australian comedy-drama Upright
    Tim Minchin talks Australian comedy-drama Upright

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Actor, writer, musician and comedian Tim Minchin discusses Upright, the Australian comedy-drama in which he stars as a man on a quest to take a piano across the country who is thrown together with a teenager on a mission of her own. Produced by Lingo Pictures, the series was co-commissioned by Foxtel and Sky in the UK.

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