What time, TMINE? Including FBI, Fosse/Verdon, Euphoria, I Am The Night and Unbelievable

I Am The Night

Every Friday, TMINE lets you know when the latest TV shows from around the world will air in the UK

It’s the last What time, TMINE? before TMINE’s summer break, but a two week-absence means that there’s plenty of acquisitions and dates to talk about.


  • ITV has picked up Company Pictures’ remake of classic 70s ITV show Van Der Valk
  • Alibi has acquired Ten (Australia)’s My Life is Murder, which will hit UK airwaves some time in September
  • Channel Five has got its hands on another Australian show, SBS’s The Hunting, which will air some time this year
  • StarzPlay will be showing Epix (US)’s Batman prequel Pennyworth some time in the autumn
  • Walter Presents has picked up France 2’s Caïn (Detective Cain) for a September start

Premiere dates

I Am The Night

I Am The Night (US: TNT; UK: Alibi)

Premiere date: Thursday, August 1, 9pm

I Am The Night tells the story of Fauna Hodel, a teenage girl who is given away at birth, and grows up outside of Reno, Nevada. Fauna lives more-or-less comfortably with the mysteries of her origin, until one day she makes a discovery that leads her to question everything. As Fauna begins to investigate the secrets of her past, she meets a ruined reporter, haunted by the case that undid him.

Together they follow a sinister trail that swirls ever closer to an infamous Los Angeles gynaecologist, Dr George Hodel, a man involved in some of Hollywood’s darkest debauchery, and possibly, its most infamous unsolved crime.


Fosse/Verdon (US: FX; UK: BBC Two)

Premiere date: Friday, August 2, 9pm

Spanning five decades, the miniseries explores the singular romantic and creative partnership between Bob Fosse (Sam Rockwell) and Gwen Verdon (Michelle Williams). He is a visionary filmmaker and one of the theatre’s most influential choreographers and directors. She is the greatest Broadway dancer of all time. Only Bob can create the groundbreaking musicals that allow Gwen to showcase her greatness. Only Gwen can realise the unique vision in Bob’s head. Together, they will change the face of American entertainment – at a perilous cost.


Euphoria (US: HBO; UK: Sky Atlantic)

Premiere date: Tuesday, August 6, 10pm

Euphoria is an American adaptation of an Israeli show of the same name and follows a group of high school students as they navigate love and friendships in a world of drugs, sex, trauma and social media. The series is executive produced by Drake, along with manager Future the Prince. The ensemble cast includes Zendaya, Sydney Sweeney (‘Sharp Objects’), Maude Apatow (‘Girls’), Jacob Elordi, Algee Smith, Alexa Demie, Barbie Ferreira, Hunter Schafer and Storm Reid


FBI (US: CBS; UK: Sky Witness)

Premiere date: Thursday, August 8, 9pm

Created by Dick Wolf, FBI is a fast-paced drama about the inner workings of the New York office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. These first-class agents bring all their talents, intellect and technical expertise to tenaciously investigate cases of tremendous magnitude, including terrorism, organised crime and counterintelligence, in order to keep New York and the country safe.

Episode reviews



Unbelievable (Netflix)

Premiere date: Friday, September 13

When teenager Marie Adler (Kaitlyn Dever) files a police report claiming she’s been sexually assaulted by an intruder in her home, the investigating detectives, as well as the people closest to her, come to doubt the truth of her story. Meanwhile, hundreds of miles away, detectives Grace Rasmussen and Karen Duvall (Toni Collette and Merritt Wever) meet while investigating an eerily similar pair of intruder rapes and partner to catch a potential serial rapist.


  • I’m Rob Buckley, a journalist who writes for UK media magazines that most people have never heard of although you might have heard me on the podcast Lockdown Land or Radio 5 Live’s Saturday Edition or Afternoon Edition. I’ve edited Dreamwatch, Sprocket and Cambridge Film Festival Daily; been technical editor for TV producers magazine Televisual; reviewed films for the short-lived newspaper Cambridge Insider; written features for the even shorter-lived newspaper Soho Independent; and was regularly sarcastic about television on the blink-and-you-missed-it “web site for urban hedonists” The Tribe. Since going freelance, I've contributed to the likes of Broadcast, Total Content + Media, Action TV, Off The Telly, Action Network, TV Scoop and The Custard TV.