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The WIT Analysis: U.S. Dramas

The trend-trackers at The WIT shed light on which new dramas coming to U.S. networks’ fall schedules are generating the most buzz. The reboot of the ’80s series MacGyver stirred up the most social-media buzz of all the new shows coming to CBS this fall, according to analysis from The WIT. The reimagining ...

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Remaking Roots

Executive producers Mark Wolper and LeVar Burton and actress Anika Noni Rose offer up an inside look at the brand-new Roots.

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Event Preview: Drama Series Days

Matthijs Wouter Knol, director of the European Film Market, discusses the upcoming Drama Series Days, which are part of the activities of the Berlinale’s European Film Market, Berlinale Co-Production Market and Berlinale Talents.

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MIPCOM: The Week in Drama

TV Drama Weekly recaps the deals that made headlines in the business of drama last week. There was perhaps one overarching trend for the slew of drama news that came out of MIPCOM last week: the business is more international than it has ever been, with an array of cross-border ...

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Event Preview: Scripted

The team behind the Realscreen Summit and Kidscreen Summit have launched a new event, Scripted, dedicated to the genre of drama. Held November 9 and 10 at the Park Central Hotel in New York City, the conference and market is targeted to creators, producers, buyers and distributors of scripted entertainment. ...

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BBC First Looks to Deliver Best in British Drama

Positioned as the home of premium original British drama, BBC First is among the newest channels in the BBC Worldwide portfolio. The network was born out of the company’s solid foundation in British drama, as well as the popularity of drama programming in general at the moment, according to George ...

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