Michelle Dockery, Jaeden Martell and Chris Evans in Defending Jacob
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What time, TMINE? Including Amazing Stories, The Dead Lands, The Righteous Gemstones, The L Word, Defending Jacob, Onisciente and Luna Nera

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

This week’s premiere dates are mostly for streaming services’ original programmes, such as Netflix’s Onisciente (Omniscient) and Luna Nera (Black Moon) and Apple TV+’s Amazing Stories and Defending Jacob.

But we’ve also got dates for The Righteous Gemstones and The L Word: Generation Q, all of which will be revealed after the jump.

Mrs Fletcher
Kathryn Hahn in Mrs Fletcher

Acquisitions

The only acquisition this week was Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Run, which is going to air on HBO in the US and Sky Comedy… some time. It’s not even clear when it’s going to air in the US.

We also know that HBO’s Mrs Fletcher is going to air on Sky Comedy, too, rather than Sky Atlantic as originally planned. That’ll be coming in February but I can’t offer anything more precise than that yet.

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The Dead Lands

The Dead Lands (New Zealand: TVNZ; UK: Shudder)

Premiere date: yesterday (in New Zealand, too)

Adaptation of the movie of the same name that sees murdered Māori warrior Waka Nuku Rau sent back to the world of the living to redeem his sins and find honour in a land ravaged by the supernatural.

In a world where the dead now haunt the living, Waka Nuku Rau and a young woman quest to find who “broke the world” and how to close the breach between the living and the dead.

Stars: Darneen Christian and Te Kohe Tuhaka

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What have you been watching? Including Medical Police, Avenue 5, Little America and Everything’s Gonna Be Okay

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This week’s reviews

We’re entering week three of TMINE’s coverage of the Spring 2020 season and still the new shows keep coming, with a deluge set to hit in February. So far this week, I’ve covered the first episodes of 68 Whiskey (US: Paramount) and 9-1-1: Lone Star (US: Fox).

But there’s more to come after the jump as I look at the first episodes of Avenue 5 (US: HBO; UK: Sky Atlantic), Medical Police (Netflix), Little America (Apple TV+), and Everything’s Gonna Be Okay (US: Freeform). And although it’s not a new show, since it’s such a big change from the first season, I’ll also be considering season two of Miracle Workers (US: TBS; UK: Sky Comedy).

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What’s coming next

Looking ahead, coming in the next week, I’ll be covering Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens (US: Comedy Central), Outmatched (US: Fox) and Star Trek: Picard (US: CBS All Access; UK: Amazon).

And tomorrow’s Orange Thursday will be reviewing Knives Out (2019) and Angel Has Fallen (2019).

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Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector

The regulars

The regulars list remains small but is still growing. Joining Evil and Stumptown this week are new shows 9-1-1: Lone Star, Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector and The Outsider. Will any of them make it to week three?

Find out more after the jump.

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