FX’s The Bridge spans a dangerous tale of two separate territories
Importing popular television series stateside has proven to be a successful approach to domestic programming for decades, with fare as diverse as All in the Family and Three's Company deriving from UK shows.
Underwater cinematographer Andy Casagrande makes great use of GoPros to capture great whites for Shark Week
Andy Casagrande lives in Naples, Fla., which he considers a pretty boring place to live.
VICE on HBO is a fresh and sometimes dangerous take on television journalism
Conventional wisdom holds that young people don't watch television news.
With the help of the ARRI ALEXA, DP Chris Manley creates an easy transition from film to digital for Mad Men
Today, almost everyone is aware of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera, so I don't have to remind you about the bomb they dropped at NAB 2012, nor do I have to rehash the impressive specs of the camera, which retails for only $2,995.
NewTek’s TriCaster takes its talents to the NBA’s Miami HEAT for HEATV
The Miami HEAT is one of the most exciting franchises in the NBA.
Director/producer David Fincher and DP Eigil Bryld shoot Netflix’s first original series, House of Cards
When Netflix made a recent deal to bring Disney movies to its streaming service, it was hailed as a "game changer."
Welcome To Portlandia
Director Jonathan Krisel, DP Bryce Fortner and production designer Tyler Robinson bring the city to life
Ironically, what goes on behind the camera on IFC's Portlandia juxtaposes the vibe the show itself gives off to audiences expertly.
SNL’s Digital Evolution
Cinematographer Alex Buono has spent 14 seasons behind the lens with NBC’s Saturday Night Live Film Unit
Saturday Night Live. A weekly network television tradition. An iconic proving ground for generations of top comedic entertainers.
Cinematographer Lisa Wiegand creates a dynamic look for NBC Television’s Chicago Fire
Dick Wolf's sterling track record in television gives him carte blanche to dream up and try out new stories.
Fair And Unbalanced
Encore and the ARRI ALEXA help DP Todd McMullen create a cinematic look for The Newsroom
The Newsroom is Aaron Sorkin's heralded return to television drama.
A New Network
Streamin’ Garage and NewTek bring live TV to the web
Many people who are looking to break into network television see producing content for the web as a great way to showcase their talent and hopefully earn a slot as a staff writer or even a show runner.
Shooting Top Shot
Bullets fly and targets explode as reality show meets shooting competition
When you think of projects that present a distinct visual style, reality-television shows aren't typically looked to as a hotbed of innovative and ground-breaking production technique.
Paranormal Reality TV
Cinematographer John Leonetti, ASC, and post facility Encore take us down The River
The River is a groundbreaking ABC/DreamWorks Television production created by Oren Peli and Michael R. Perry. In the story, Dr. Emmet Cole is an explorer and nature-show host who disappears deep in the Amazon jungle.
Cinematographer Michael Goi, ASC, brings creepy realism to American Horror Story
The TV series American Horror Story certainly lives up to its name, but not through just the usual ooga-booga knee-jerk scares of the genre.