Curfew
BAFTA events

What (still more) TV’s on at BAFTA in February? Including Curfew

Every week or so, TMINE flags up what new TV events BAFTA is holding around the UK

Never let it be thought that even though BAFTA is releasing details of its events at the rate of 1/week* that it’s doing that in a logical progression. Oh no, siree. Because this week’s new event is scheduled for the start of February. Go work that out.

* Elsewhere, you can read about the Manhunt, The Widow and Matthew Hall events already scheduled for February

TV Preview: Curfew + Q&A

Thursday, 7 February 2019 – 6:30pm
Everyman Cinema, Princes Square, Glasgow

New Sky original production Curfew is an exhilarating eight-part street race drama series. It follows the story of ordinary people and extraordinary characters competing in the world’s fastest, most furious illegal night-time street race.

Desperate for their own reasons, the challengers risk everything as they race through the night from London to northernmost Scotland in their pimped-out, weaponised vehicles to win the ultimate prize — freedom from the totalitarian government curfew that controls their lives.

The series stars Sean Bean, Phoebe Fox, Malachi Kirby, Adrian Lester, Miranda Richardson, Harriet Walter, Rose Williams and Billy Zane.

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with Colm McCarthy (director), Frith Tiplady (executive producer – Moonage Pictures), and Simon Maloney (producer).

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Todo por el Juego
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Todo por el Juego, Liza On Demand renewed; Netflix’s Resident Evil; The Boys, Umbrella Academy trailers; + more

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New US TV shows

  • USA green lights: anthology adaptation of Ross Thomas’ Briarpatch, with Rosario Dawson, Jay R Ferguson, Brian Geraghty et al
  • Trailer for NBC’s The Enemy Within
  • NBC repilots: Friends-in-Law
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What have you been watching? Including Wayne

It’s “What have you been watching?”, your chance to recommend to fellow TMINE readers anything you’ve been watching this week

The Punisher
Netflix’s The Punisher

This week’s reviews

It’s not been as busy a week as last week on TMINE, since I think some football has been on in America or something, but I have reviewed.

Wayne
YouTube Premium’s Wayne

New shows

After the jump, we’ll be looking at YouTube Premium’s Wayne. But to be honest, I don’t know what new shows are scheduled for the next week or so, so it’s all going to be a bit of a surprise. I’m pretty sure Netflix has something lined up for tomorrow, at least, and I think The Other Two begins tonight on Comedy Central, so that’ll be showing up before next time, for sure.

Magnum

The regulars

Suddenly, there’s a lot to watch! Magnum P.I. decided to put out two episodes, while Counterpart returned and we have a new season of Star Trek: Discovery. On top of that, there’s Cavendish, Corporate and The Orville, as well as new kid on the block The Passage. All of them I’ll discuss after the jump.

However, 13 episodes of The Punisher was a lot to get through, so I’ve skipped True Detective this week; fingers crossed, I’ll be all caught up next week. Meanwhile, The Magicians returned last night, so I’ve not had a chance to watch that. That’ll be a next-weeker as well.

See you in a mo, though…

Continue reading “What have you been watching? Including Wayne”

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Suits renewed (and cancelled); Carter, The Other Guy renewed; Kate Winslet returns to HBO; + more

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  • Trailer for season 2 of Netflix’s Suburra

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International TV

  • David Nykl to star in HBO Europe’s Czech spy drama The Sleepers (was Oblivious)
  • Turner Latin America/Dopamine green lights: series of US-Mexico werewolf border drama Coyotl, romantic and family drama Amarres, and empowered 1990s murdering divas drama Tu parte del trato

US TV

US TV show casting

New US TV shows

  • The CW green lights: pilots of Jane the Virgin spin-off Jane the NovelaRiverdale spin-off Katy Kenne; a Nancy Drew adaptation; and Lost Boys adaptation
  • HBO green lights: small town detective limited series Mare of Easttown, with Kate Winslet
  • NBC green lights: pilot of insurance-less parental debt comedy Uninsured

New US TV show casting

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The Magicians season 3
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The Magicians renewed; Joan Collins visits Five-O; BBC Scotland’s Guilt; + more

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  • Trailer for ABC’s Bless This Mess