Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist

What time, TMINE? Including Self Made, Veronica Mars, Mrs Fletcher, Caliphate, Hollywood and Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist

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

What time, TMINE? disappeared last Friday, consigned to the bin marked “things I don’t do on my day off”, so unsurprising there have been more than a few acquisitions of foreign TV since the previous update.


  • Channel 4 and StarzPlay have acquired the rights to Hulu (US)’s The Great. No word on who gets to show it first or when.
  • Netflix has acquired ABC (Australia)’s Stateless, which will be available later this year
  • Alibi has acquired the Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries movie, Miss Fisher and The Crypt Of Tears, which will probably air some time in April
  • BBC Four has the rights to Ten (Australia)’s The Secrets She Keeps and France 2’s La Dernière Vague (The Last Wave). No clues at all when they’re going to show those.

There’s also been more than a few premiere dates announced. All will be revealed for Self Made: Inspired By the Life of Madam CJ Walker, Veronica Mars, Mrs Fletcher, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, Caliphate, and Hollywood after the jump.

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Mrs Fletcher
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What have you been watching? Including Mrs Fletcher

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

For All Mankind
Apple TV+’s For All Mankind

This week’s reviews

Oops. Yes, I know WHYBW is supposed to be on Wednesdays and Orange Thursdays on Thursdays. I didn’t forget. I just had to work late yesterday. Can you imagine that?

Anyway, it’s here now and tomorrow will be a slightly belated Orange Thursday, I hope. More on that in a mo, though.

This week, however, TMINE did manage to review for your delight all of season two of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan and everything new kid on the block Apple TV+ has given us so far of For All Mankind.

Doctor Sleep (2019)

What’s coming this week

I’m going to try to do Orange Thursday, tomorrow, work willing. Up on the cinema bill is Doctor Sleep (2019) plus whatever I decide to watch tonight.

We’re a bit light for new TV shows this week, however, which means I’ll be turning my viewing eye over the weekend to consider some of the streaming backlog: Apple TV+’s The Morning Show, See and Dickinson; Amazon’s Modern Love; the second seasons of Netflix’s The Hookup Plan and The Kominsky Method; and season one of Beau Séjour (Belgium: Éen; UK: Walter Presents). Maybe I’ll only manage one show, but let’s aim for two.

I might also give the BBC a call and see if they’ll let me preview Vienna Blood. That might be nice, hey? It doesn’t start until the 25th, though, so I might wait. There’s probably an embargo, too.

But brace yourselves, because less than two weeks after the arrival of Apple TV+, we’re going to see another giant wade into the TV streaming pool next Tuesday in the US: Disney is plussing itself, too, to give us Disney+. That’ll offer us the likes of Star Wars: The Mandalorian amongst other things.

I’ll be reviewing that, I suspect.

HBO’s Watchmen

The regulars

Of last night’s TV, I’ve only watched Treadstone, so let’s save this week’s Stumptown to next Wednesday. Otherwise, with Evil taking Halloween off, this week’s viewing queue is: Engrenages (Spiral), Mr InBetween, Mr Robot, Silicon Valley, Titans, Total Control, Treadstone and Watchmen. And last week’s Stumptown.

See you after the jump, together with a brief reviewette of HBO’s Mrs Fletcher.

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