Film and TV critics like to claim that we have reached the golden era of television. Viewers are being bombarded with trailers for high-production TV series and shows. It is hard to distinguish whether they have been produced for television or for theatre distribution. But to many of them this is only of little importance. They will end up on TV anyway. And what’s more – a whole lot of TV series are premiered in cinemas and at film festivals today. No wonder many of us believe that the quality of television production has something to do with filmmaking, connecting its “enhancement” with the prominence of the participating filmmakers. The situation is actually much more complicated. That’s why we decided to explore some of the television filmmakers in detail. In addition to that, we will analyse a fusion of two totally different media industries that were left with no other alternative but to start working together.