Take out a subscription to get immediate access to Broadcast:
Access for information on the latest commissions within the US and UK markets
Broadcast subscribers log in with the same details you use for broadcastnow.co.uk.
Olly Grant hears how the team behind ITV Encore’s detective spin on Mary Shelley’s Gothic masterpiece recreated 1920s London across 40 Northern Ireland locations
With spoof programmes like Sun, Sea And Sex With My Parents, we wanted to gently send up the contemporary TV landscape, says executive producer James Longman
Talk of budgets often put a damper on your imagination when writing. On our ITV drama, that talk never happened, says Charlie Higson
Alan Clements talks to Matthew Campelli about delving into different genres to find the next show that, like Antiques Roadtrip, nails the three Rs: rights, returnability and reputation
Fresh from welcoming Mammoth Screen and Twofour Group into the ITV Studios family, Julian Bellamy talks to Matthew Campelli about building a creative powerhouse - and the importance of getting the chemistry right
ITV director of drama Steve November tells Matthew Campelli about his plans to refresh the schedule after Julian Fellowes’ hit period piece comes to an end later this year
Ensuring our ob-doc series would avoid becoming a puff piece for the UK’s biggest airport demanded buy-in from every corner of this ‘mini city’, writes executive producer Tim Wardle
When a hurricane blown in from the Caribbean put filming in jeopardy, we turned the conditions to our advantage, says Andrew Benson
ITV has turned to a high-octane Japanese format for its latest Saturday night entertainment offering.
Twelve days moving through the Costa Rican jungle with eight celebrities, a crew of 60 and Bear Grylls.
Our helicopter filming hinged on two things: the weather - and England going out of the World Cup, says Brendan Hughes
Using real flames was key to recreating the biggest disaster in British history.
Producers of the ITV crime drama are hoping it will do for Cambridgeshire what Morse did for Oxford
As ITV2’s Roman era sitcom returns, Jake Kanter discovers how producer Rise Films raised the bar for series two
Casting a comedian as the bad bridesmaid has forged a new hybrid format, writes Amy Dallmeyer.
Have the traditional features that lured viewers in their millions had their day?
Hat Trick takes a bold approach on the first episode of the new series, using almost entirely natural light
Outgoing chair Elaine Bedell recalls her favourite moments and tells Chris Curtis why ITV’s revival strategy works
Claire Lewis discovered local government red tape was just one of the hurdles in following adoption cases
ITV’s director of daytime is confident that Good Morning Britain can succeed where Daybreak failed
Site powered by Webvision Cloud