War of the Worlds
Airdates

What time, TMINE? Including The Truth Will Out, Finding Joy and AP Bio

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

Crikey. It’s been all go this week. Not so much in terms of acquisitions, but in terms of premiere dates for existing acquisitions being announced.

The only acquisition this week was The CW (US)’s Batwoman by E4, which is odd because all the other The CW superhero shows are on Sky1. Apart from Black Lightning, which is on Netflix. Okay, maybe not so odd, but it’s going to make all those Arrowverse crossovers a nightmare to watch. Particularly since Batwoman is only set to air “some time in 2020” on E4.

But now, please join me after the jump to learn the premiere dates of Det som göms i snö (The Truth Will Out), Finding Joy, AP Bio, The Stranger, and War of the Worlds (no, not that one).

And oh yes, as predicted last week, Miracle Workers will definitely start on Monday, January 27, at 9pm. And if you’ve not already caught Sthlm Rekviem (Stockholm Requiem) on S4C Clic, it’ll be starting on Channel 4 on Sunday, January 26 at 11pm.

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Better Call Saul
News

Better Call Saul, Sorry for Your Loss, Limetown cancelled; Debbie Gibson to visit Lucifer; + more

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

Internet TV

French TV

  • Casting on TF1’s Une Affaire française

UK TV

  • BBC One green lights: disappearing submarine drama Vigil, with Suranne Jones, Rose Leslie, Shaun Evans et al
  • Trailer for season 5 of BBC Two’s Inside No. 9

US TV shows

US TV show casting

New US TV shows

  • AMC developing: an awful lot of shows, including adaptation of Stephen King’s Sleeping Beauties
  • Peacock developing: girl group reunion comedy Girls5Eva……
  • MacGruber series and trans daughter comedy Clean Slate, with George Wallace and Laverne Cox
  • …green lights: sequel to Punky Brewster

New US TV show casting

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Jojo Rabbit
Film reviews

Orange Thursday: Jojo Rabbit (2019) and Yesterday (2019)

Every Thursday, TMINE reviews two movies, carefully avoiding infringing a former mobile phone company’s trademarked marketing gimmick

It’s two surprisingly recent movies getting the rundown in Orange Thursday this week:

  • Jojo Rabbit (2019) – in which we follow a young Nazi and his imaginary friend Hitler as they discover that jews don’t have scales and horns
  • Yesterday (2019) – in which we follow a young musician into a world in which The Beatles do not exist but Ed Sheeran is their Salieri.

Crazy, both of them, huh?

See you after the ads and the trailers.

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Britannia - season 2
News

Britannia renewed; Mindhunter on hold; Cinemax exits scripted; + more

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

Internet TV

Australian TV

UK TV

US TV

US TV show casting

New US TV shows

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Netflix's Messiah
US TV

What have you been watching? Including Party of Five and Arrowverse crossover – part 2

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

We’re midway through the second week back following the Christmas break, and already, we’ve unveiled a cornucopia of reviews. On Monday, Boxset Monday took in no fewer than eight new shows from the Spring 2020 season in the US, Canada and Australia:

US TV

  • Deputy
  • Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist
  • FBI: Most Wanted
  • Dare Me
  • Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt For the Bone Collector

Canadian TV

  • Nurses
  • Fortunate Son

Australian TV

  • The Gloaming

And yesterday, The Outsider (US: HBO; UK: Sky Atlantic) got checked out by TMINE, too. And there’s more to come tomorrow (and maybe Friday).

Today, however, we’ll only be looking at one new show – Freeform (US)’s reboot/update of Party of Five – and the very few regulars still in the viewing queue: Evil, Stumptown and the second half of Messiah.

Oh yes – and we’ll also take in the second, concluding part of The CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earths Arrowverse crossover, which is itself a tale of two halves.

Let’s talk about all of that after the jump.

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