What time, TMINE? Including White Lines, Penny Dreadful: City of Angels, Summertime, Almost Happy, Into the Night, Dispatches From Elsewhere, Trying and Queens of Mystery

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

No acquisitions made at all this week, but there’s a whole bunch of premieres on the way nevertheless – thanks, streaming services!

Full details for White Lines, Penny Dreadful: City of Angels, Summertime, Almost Happy, Into the Night, Dispatches From Elsewhere, Trying and Queens of Mystery after the jump.

UK premiere dates

Dispatches From Elsewhere (US/UK: AMC)

UK premiere date: Wednesday, April 29

The series, set in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, follows a group of ordinary people who stumble onto a puzzle hiding just behind the veil of everyday life. They will come to find that the mystery winds far deeper than they ever imagined.

Stars: Jason Segel, Andre Benjamin, Eve Lindley, Richard E Grant, Sally Field

Queens of Mystery (US/UK: Acorn TV)

UK premiere date: Wednesday, April 29

A young detective who has been assigned to the police in her fictional hometown village of Wildemarsh is reunited with her three crime novelist aunts and solves crimes with them.

Stars: Olivia Vinall, Julie Graham, Sarah Woodward, Siobhan Redmond, Andrew Leung, Rebecca Grant, Martin Trenaman, Michael Elcock, Juliet Stevenson

Summertime (Netflix)

UK premiere date: Wednesday, April 29

Italian Netflix original. Inspired by Federico Moccia’s book series, this sees two young adults from very different backgrounds fall in love during a summer on Italy’s Adriatic Coast.

Casi Feliz (Almost Happy) (Netflix)

UK premiere date: Friday, May 1

Argentinian Netflix original. Sebastián is a radio show host of modest fame, trying to find a way in the world as he deals with his ex-wife (whom he still loves) and two kids.

Stars: Sebastián Wainraich, Natalie Pérez, Santiago Korovsky

Into the Night (Netflix)

UK premiere date: Friday, May 1

Belgian Netflix original. Passengers and crew aboard a hijacked overnight flight scramble to outrace the sun as a mysterious cosmic event wreaks havoc on the world below.

Stars: Pauline Etienne, Laurent Capelluto, Stefano Cassetti

Trying (Apple TV+)

UK premiere date: Friday, May 1

Apple TV+’s first UK original. The series follows Nikki and Jason, a couple who really want to become parents but struggle with conceiving a child. In order to have the baby they want they decide to adopt, only to face a whole list of new challenges that come with the adoption process.

Stars: Rafe Spall, Esther Smith, Imelda Staunton, Ophelia Lovibond, Oliver Chris

White Lines (Netflix)

UK premiere date: Friday, May 1

Spanish Netflix original. The body of a legendary Manchester DJ is discovered 20 years after his mysterious disappearance from Ibiza. When his sister returns to the beautiful Spanish island to find out what happened, her investigation leads her through a thrilling world of dance clubs, lies and cover-ups, forcing her to confront the darker sides of her own character in a place where people live life on the edge.

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Penny Dreadful: City of Angels (US: Showtime; UK: Sky Atlantic)

UK premiere date: Wednesday, July 1

Penny Dreadful: City of Angels is set nearly 50 years after the original series, during the Golden Age of Hollywood in the 1930s. It takes place in 1938 Los Angeles, a time and place deeply infused with Mexican-American folklore and social tension. The characters are connected in conflict to the deity, Santa Muerte, while others are allied with the Devil.

Detective Tiago Vega is tasked with a gruesome murder case and soon becomes embroiled in LA’s history from the building of the city’s first freeways and its deep traditions of Mexican-American folklore, to the dangerous espionage actions of the Third Reich and the rise of radio evangelism. Tiago and his family struggle with powerful forces that threaten to tear them apart.

Stars: Natalie Dormer, Daniel Zovatoo, Kerry Bishé, Adriana Barraza, Jessica Garza, Michael Gladis, Johnathan Noeves, Rory Kinnear, Nathan Lane