Righteous Gemstones
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The Righteous Gemstones, Father Brown, Shakespeare & Hathaway renewed; a Dark Shadows sequel; + more

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

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UK TV

  • BBC One renews: Father Brown and Shakespeare and Hathaway – Private Investigators
  • Hugo Speer, Alex Price and Nancy Carroll to return to BBC One’s Father Brown
  • Yasmin Kaur Barn joins BBC One’s Shakespeare and Hathaway – Private Investigators
  • ITV green lights: adaptation of Natalie Daniels’ Too Close, with Emily Watson
  • Bad Wolf developing: gritty drugs, sex and nightclubs drama Soho 1918

US TV

US TV show casting

  • Kelly Ripa to return to ABC’s American Housewife
  • Katey Sagal to return to ABC’s The Conners
  • Beth Behrs, Joe Keery, Keegan-Michael Key et al to guest on CBS All Access’ No Activity
  • Amanda Peet and Christian Slater to star in USA’s Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story

New US TV shows

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The Bureau (season 4)
French TV

Boxset Friday: Le Bureau Des Légendes (The Bureau) (season 4) (France: Canal+; UK: Sundance Now)

In France: Aired on Canal+ in 2017
In the UK: Available on Sundance Now

Normally, I’d write a rambly introduction to one of my Boxset reviews, but seeing as I reviewed season 3 yesterday, without further ado, let’s get on with the review of season 4 of Le Bureau des Légendes (The Bureau)

It’ll have to happen after the jump, though. Spoilers, you understand.

Continue reading “Boxset Friday: Le Bureau Des Légendes (The Bureau) (season 4) (France: Canal+; UK: Sundance Now)”
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Paula Pell and Glenn Howerton in AP Bio
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Gavin and Stacey Christmas special; AP Bio cancelled; Ghosts, The A Word, Riviera renewed; Vis a Vis (Locked Up) spin-off; + more

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  • Hulu green lights: anthology adaptation of Nathan Ballingrud’s North American Lake Monsters
  • FX developing: yet another adaptation of Channel 4’s Peep Show
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Michael Douglas and Adam Arkin in Netflix's The Kominsky Method
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The Kominsky Method renewed; Star Trek: Short Treks acquired; M – Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder trailer; + more

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Australian TV

  • Richard Roxburgh, Asher Keddie, Sam Reid et al join SBS’s The Hunting (previously The Hunt)

French TV

  • Trailer for season 7 of Canal+’s Engrenages (Spiral)

German TV

  • Trailer for TV Now’s M – Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder (M – A City Hunts a Murderer)

New US TV shows

  • NBC green lights: pilot adaptation of Jeffery Deaver’s Bone Collector books as Lincoln
  • USA’s Suits spin-off to be called Pearson

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La-Fête_des_mères
Totally Serialized

What TV’s on at the Institut français in June? Including a Q&A with Audrey Fleurot

Very, very occasionally, TMINE lets you know what TV-related events the Institut français du Royaume-Uni will be presenting in London

Not technically a TV event, I know, but the Institut français will be screening the movie La fête des mères (Mother’s Day) on Sunday 25th June at 8.30pm, as part of its ‘Women Shaping the World’ season. So why mention it? Well, it stars Audrey Fleurot of Engrenages (Spiral)Les témoins (Witnesses), Safe et al, and she’ll be doing a Q&A afterwards:

La fête des mères (Mother’s Day)

103 mins
in French with EN subs
FRA | 2018 | dir. Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar, with Audrey Fleurot, Nicole Garcia, Clotilde Courau, Carmen Maura

Presidents, nannies, bakers, actresses, teachers, florists, journalists, doctors… These women are progressive, benevolent, clumsy, absent, omnipresent, overworked, guilt-laden… Their children both long and fear to spread their wings and leave the nest. When daughters become mothers, they realise it’s all fun and games! This ensemble film gathers on screen a first class cast including Audrey Fleurot and Carmen Maura.

Tickets are available here, standard price £12.

And if you miss her at that, she’s doing bilingual Molière in Tartuffe at the Theatre Royal Haymarket until 28 July.