Newcomer Tom Rhys Harries stars in the Netflix drama series, 'White Lines'.
From Álex Pina, the Spanish television producer, writer and director best known for 'Money Heist', arrives 'White Lines' – now streaming on Netflix.
The 10-part series revolves around Zoe Walker (Laura Haddock: 'Da Vinci's Dreams', 'Guardians Of The Galaxy'), whose brother Axel is found dead almost 20 years after going missing while working as a DJ in Ibiza.
Zoe travels to the famous Spanish party island to start her own investigation into Axel's death when local authorities don't pursue the case, but this leads her into a seedy world of dance clubs and nefarious charactes that highlight the darker side of the island as well as herself.
The cast also features Daniel Mays ('1917', 'Swimming With Men') who plays Marcus, Axel's best friend; while newcomer Tom Rhys Harries (Mallin from 'Britannia') portrays Axel.
Veteran Portuguese actor Nuno Lopes joins Spanish actors Marta Milans ('Shazam!', 'High Maintenance'), Juan Diego Botto Rota and Belén López as part of the ensemble.