Le Bazaar De La Charité

What time, TMINE? Including Le Bazar de la Charité, Doom Patrol, Ragnarok, Instinto, AJ And The Queen, V Wars, Himmelsdalen and The Rook

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

What a busy week! So many acquisitions, so many premiere dates, mostly thanks to StarzPlay, so about five of you are going to be able to watch them.

All the same, after the jump, all the deets about Le Bazar de la Charité, Doom Patrol, Ragnarok, AJ And The Queen, V Wars and Himmelsdalen.

But a quiet word about Starz (US)’s The Rook, first. Remember how I said it was going to be coming to StarzPlay in the UK on July 1? Turns out it didn’t and that was only on StarzPlay Arabia or something.

But it’s definitely going to be hitting StarzPlay UK on Thursday, November 28. Okay?

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Doom Patrol acquired; Scarborough cancelled; + more

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

Internet TV

Italian TV

  • Sky green lights: Ancient Rome biopic Domina, with Kasia Smutniak, Liam Cunningham, Isabella Rossellini et al


US TV show casting

New US TV shows

International TV

What have you been watching? Including Dollface

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

The Laundromat
The Laundromat

This week’s reviews

Last week, I reserved the right to relocate WHYBW to Thursday. I was wise. As you can see. Work has been busy.

That didn’t stop me reviewing The Laundromat for Orange Thursday, and The Mandalorian (Disney+), though, but it did mean I’ve not discussed the second season of Netflix’s Plan Cœur (The Hookup Plan) as I’d hoped and I’ll only be discussing the first three episodes of Hulu (US)’s Dollface after the jump, rather than all 10.

The Exorcist
The Exorcist

What’s coming this week

Orange Thursday, tomorrow (I know), will take in The Fear of God: 25 Years of the Exorcist (1999) – gods willing – and maybe another movie if I manage to watch one tonight.

Work’s a little busy again Monday and Tuesday, but fingers crossed I’ll be able to talk about Plan Cœur. Or something else: Amazon has The Feed coming, and Netflix has Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings, but there’s no way on Earth I’m watching that. Spectrum’s Mad About You revival has six episodes for our delectation, but we’ll maybe see about watching that. It is Spectrum, after all.

Total Control
Total Control

The regulars

After the jump, as well as Dollface, we’ll be talking about the regulars (pretending for a moment that there was no TV on last night that I could have watched): Evil, For All Mankind, Mr InBetween, Mr Robot, Silicon Valley, Titans and Watchmen. Stumptown took another break last week, you’ll notice.

We also have two season finales to consider – Engrenages (Spiral) and Total Control – and there’s another Star Trek: Short Trek to mull over, too.

See you in a mo.

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Black Summer

Black Summer renewed; new Doctor Who guest stars; Les espions de la terreur adaptation; + more

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

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French TV


  • Stephen Fry and Lenny Henry to guest on BBC One’s Doctor Who
  • Channel 5 developing: new adaptations of Richard Llewellyn’s How Green is My Valley and Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist


  • Teaser for season 2 of TBS’s Miracle Workers

US TV show casting

New US TV shows

New US TV show casting

Anne Robinson in The Weakest Link
RTS events

What TV’s on at the RTS in December? Including Why We Love… Quiz Shows

Why we love quiz shows

Why We Love… Quiz Shows

Date: Monday 2 December
Timings: 6.30pm for a 6.45pm start
Venue: Cavendish Conference Centre, 22 Duchess Mews, London W1G 9DT

This panel debate will be a light hearted discussion about the enduring British addiction to quizzes comprising of TV quiz hosts, participants, producers and commissioners.

The aim is to celebrate their popularity and look at the rich variety of quizzes we create, their importance in the schedules and the memorable moments they create. Above all it will be an entertaining and affectionate discussion throwing some light why we love quiz shows.

  • James Fox, Managing Director, Remarkable
  • Judith Keppel, The First Millionaire UK winner on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
  • Anne Robinson, TV Presenter
  • Jo Street, Head of Daytime Commissioner, Channel 4
  • Chair: Boyd Hilton, Entertainment Director, Heat magazine
Booking details

Tickets for RTS Members are complimentary but must be booked in advance. Tickets for non RTS members are £15.

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