The first season of the crime thriller White Lines has just landed on Netflix and offers quarantined viewers the chance to escape the blockade and go to a sunny island full of secrets and cocaine . This is expected to be the next big hit for the streamer. It is the joint creation of two of Netflix's award-winning storytellers: Álex Pina, the author and showrunner of Money Heist and Andy Harries, the producer of the smash hit ] The Crown .
White Lines plays Laura Haddock ( Guardians of the Galaxy ) as Zoe Walker, who travels to the Spanish island of Ibiza, where her brother Axel (Tom Rhys Harries) was recently found dead. Axel was missing on the island 20 years earlier when Ibiza was at its peak of its popularity as a party goer in search of the ultimate drug rave. The 1
To create as much realism as possible, the show consists of both English and Spanish dialogues, with the Ibiza characters speaking in local dialects – a creative decision that, according to Harries, was inspired by another Netflix series. Narcos .
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Netflix has not yet announced whether White Lines will be extended for a second season, but if so, Harries and Pina already have plenty of ideas where to record the show next. Harries recently told Deadline that a three-season arc is planned if Netflix decides to invest more in this story.
It certainly won't hurt that their previous respective shows have been such great success stories for the streaming platform; The fourth season of Money Heist was discontinued last month, while a fourth season of The Crown is currently in progress (many Netflix shows will not be renewed beyond season three).
"I don't think I would have ever thought this would be possible without a global streamer," said Harries. "That changes on TV, the ability to cross continents and do shows that are really localized but have great themes for a global audience."
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