Ready to binge Netflix’s brand-new summer series, White Lines, launching tomorrow, May 15?
From the creator of Money Heist, Álex Pina, comes a ten-part drug-fuelled drama, taking place in sunny Ibiza. The plot follows an investigation into the 20-year-old disappearance and recent death of a legendary Mancunian DJ – from the perspective of his sister, Zoe Walker (played by Laura Haddock). Things soon go very wrong when the island’s organised crime network and the police become involved.
Zoe must “confront the darker sides of her own character in a place where people live life on the edge”. Netflix’s description, together with the show’s trailer, point to an imminent nosedive into Ibiza’s underworld, a guaranteed wild ride all the way down.
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This extravaganza of a show comes from the producer and director behind hits like Money Heist and Paco’s Men. With such a critically-acclaimed track record, it remains to be seen how Álex Pina will pull this one off.
From what we know so far, White Lines promises a strong cast, with Laura Haddock (Da Vinci’s Demons, Guardians of the Galaxy) in the lead role of the sleuthing sister, and other rising names such as Spanish actress, Marta Milans (who debuted in an episode of the American Law & Order: Special Victims Unit) and 2012 Screen International Star of Tomorrow, Tom Rhys Harris.
One thing is clear about White Lines — we’re in for an off-beat, suspense-rich treat this summer.
Find more info about the show on Netflix, where it’s available for streaming starting tomorrow.
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