The creator of Money Heist is here with something new and it’s on Netflix for you all to see. The newest show by Álex Pina is titled ‘White Lines’ and released on Netflix on 15th May 2020. The show takes you back a short time to the 90s. The show takes you to Ibiza, where the party scenes are infamous and the activities are a bit R-Rated.
The rampant drug gangs running about and people involved in orgies are what the 90s were like in Ibiza in the world of White Lines. Another breakthrough hit by the creator of Money Heist has left a lot of people feeling nostalgic for their younger years as the show brings the allure of the party life back.
What is White Lines About?
Zoe Walker’s life is disrupted when she leaves her peaceful life to figure out the disappearance of her brother in Ibiza. She is quickly led down a dark and dangerous path.
The English DJ, Axel Collins, turns up dead after going missing 20 years ago in Ibiza. His sister decided to investigate his death and ends up involved in a massive criminal ring. The story involves a group of friends and betrayals and the lengths some people would go to keep secrets hidden. The show starts off slowly but then the story takes hold of you and keeps you hooked.
Who is the Cast of White Lines?
- Laura Haddock as Zoe Walker
- Tom Rhys Harries as Axel Collins
- Marta Milans as Kika Calafat
- Juan Diego Botto Rota as Oriol Calafat
- Pedro Casablanc as Andreu Calafat
- Belen Lopez as Conchita Calafat
- Nuno Lopes as Boxer
- Daniel Mays as Marcus
- Laurence Fox as David
- Angela Griffin as Anna
When is White Lines Releasing on Netflix?
Before you find out when the show is coming on Netflix, check out the trailer here and see what a journey the show takes you on. The show is a complete binging experience with a small first season. Many regard it as an escape to the current conditions. Although reviews have been mixed from the audiences with some complaining that the plot has many gaps, there are many others saying it is an excellent trip.
The show ‘White Lines’ has released on Netflix on 15th May 2020. It currently has only one season with 10 episodes. It’s IMDb rating is 6 stars out of 10, but some have claimed that it is a definite must-watch.