Miss Fisher movie trailer; Upstart Crow stage show; In Contempt cancelled; + more

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US TV show casting

  • Chuku Modu promoted to regular on The CW’s The 100

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What have you been watching? Including Prodigal Son, Bob ♥ Abishola, All Rise, Emergence, Mixed-ish and Bluff City Law

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

Criminal: France
Netflix’s Criminal: France

This week’s reviews

Despite the launch of the Fall season in the US this week, it’s been a quiet one for TMINE, with just Netflix’s multi-country police interrogation show Criminal getting a Boxset Monday review.

Why so quiet? Well, I have been sad to discover that few have really been good enough so far to warrant a full review.

That means that after the jump, expect some brief rundowns on both Mondays and Tuesday’s new US shows: Bob ♥ Abishola (CBS), All Rise (CBS), Prodigal Son (Fox), Bluff City Law (NBC), Mixed-ish (ABC) and Emergence (ABC). None of them have been picked up UK networks yet, which suggests I’m not 100% wrong in my judgement of them.

However, that’s all four broadcast networks (that have viewers – sorry, CW) airing something new, and there are at least three keepers in there for now, one of which is really good. Which network produced the best ones? Find out after the jump – it might not be the one you’re expecting.

Netflix’s The Politician

What’s coming this week

With Fall in progress, I doubt I’ll be able to fit in an Orange Thursday, unfortunately, although I do have Netflix’s Between Two Ferns: The Movie pencilled in, in case of miracles.

But I should be able to do brief reviews at least before next WHYBW of the following shows: Stumptown (ABC), The Unicorn (CBS), Perfect Harmony (NBC), Carol’s Second Act (CBS), Sunnyside (NBC) and Evil (CBS).

Boxset Monday? Well, fingers crossed, it’ll be Netflix’s The Politician. But we’ll see. Could be anything.

DC Universe’s Titans

The regulars

It’s the usual usuals after the jump: כפולים (False Flag), Flateyjargátan (The Flatey Enigma), Glitch, Mr Inbetween and Titans. Unfortunately, my Pennyworth catch-up schedule has been hit by all the new shows, so that’ll have to wait for a bit. But I will get there in the end. Promise.

All of that, after the jump.

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New Arrow spin-off; a new Lee Child adaptation; C5 finds its James Herriot; + more

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  • Nicholas Ralph, Samuel West, Anna Madeley et al to star in Channel 5’s All Creatures Great and Small
  • BBC developing: adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro’s When We Were Orphans

US TV show casting

New US TV shows

  • New trailer for HBO’s Watchmen
  • CBS developing: flawed cops drama Wet House and adaptation of Lee Child’s The Terminal
  • The CW developing: female-led Arrow spin-off, with Katherine McNamara, Katie Cassidy and Juliana Harkavy
  • FX developing: adaptation of Sam Greenlee’s The Spook Who Sat By The Door

New US TV show casting


Walker, Texas Ranger reboot; Apple TV+ clips; Will Arnett plays football; + more

Every weekday, TMINE brings you the latest TV news from around the world

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  • Clips from Apple TV+’s Servant, See, For All Mankind, Dickinson, The Morning Show and Truth Be Told

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  • Will Arnett, Chris Geere, Shaquille Ali-Yebuah et al to star in BBC Two’s The First Team (formerly Afternoons)
  • Joanna Scanlan and Hugh Dennis to guest on ITV’s Invisible


New US TV shows

New US TV show casting

  • Natacha Karam, Brian Michael Smith, Julian Works et al join Fox’s 9-1-1: Lone Star

Competition time: win a copy of Der Pass (Pagan Peak) on DVD

Autumn’s here. The darkness is approaching. Nights are getting longer. Surely it’s time for something scary but high quality? And another TMINE German TV competition?

You’re right. It is. Because I’ve got two copies of top Bron/Broen remake Der Pass (Pagan Peak) up for grabs.

Krampus in Der Pass
Krampus in Der Pass

Der Pass (Pagan Peak)

Season one of Der Pass (Pagan Peak) was last week’s Boxset Tuesday – spoiler alert: I loved it – so I’m quite delighted to be able to give it away on DVD, since I suspect not as many people would have seen it as would have liked to have seen it, given it aired here on Sky Atlantic.

Here’s the blurb, to explain it:

TV phenomenon The Bridge has inspired numerous remakes across the globe and heralded a new dawn of television. Now from the award-winning makers of hit drama The Dark comes a thrilling new German-Austrian spin that takes the initial premise to the brand-new gripping heights of Der Pass.

This Sky Original garnered exceptional viewing figures when it premiered in Germany, earning critical acclaim and now it’s set to take the UK by storm as it arrives on DVD and digital from Acorn Media International following its premiere on Sky Atlantic this summer.

When a gruesomely staged, dead body is found in a mountain pass in the Alps near the German-Austrian border, two detectives from either side are brought in to investigate.

Not only are they from two different countries, they are worlds apart in their careers… German detective Ellie (Julia Jentsch) embraces the case as the first real challenge of her profession, while her Austrian counterpart Gedeon (Nicholas Ofczarek) is jaded and seems to have lost any ambition.

They soon discover more crime scenes with symbolically posed victims, which appear reminiscent of pagan rituals. Are they all part of a much bigger, sinister plan?

Ellie puts herself under increasing pressure to try and understand the deranged murderer’s motives so she can stop them killing again, and as the hunt goes on the detectives are drawn deeper into the dark valleys and archaic Alpine customs – and the paranoid world of the killer.

Set against a majestic backdrop, the eight-part series is produced by the Academy Award-winning Max Wiedemann and Quirin Berg (The Lives of Others) and won the award for Best TV series at Austria’s ROMY TV Awards. It arrives on DVD and digital on 23 September 2019.

Make the darkly enthralling Der Pass your new favourite ritual.

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