The first galaxy observed with MUSE in the context of the TIMER survey was NGC 4371. This has led to a publication in 2015 (A&A 584, 90) and the fully reduced data cube is available upon request.
In ESO period P97 (April-September, 2016) we obtained data for another 18 galaxies. Here's a family portrait of all TIMER galaxies currently being worked on. It includes another two galaxies with archival MUSE data. The total TIMER sample is comprised of 24 galaxies, so we still need MUSE data for the remaining three galaxies.
And here's a closer look at the fields covered by our MUSE pointings (the MUSE field of view is the inner green trapezoid).