How can you top a television year that gave us Severance, Wednesday, and more White Lotus? A prequel to Bridgerton, the revivals of Succession and Yellowjackets, as well as other significant film adaptations of best-selling books, are all on the 2023 schedule.
While the coming year will bring new seasons of popular shows like The Mandalorian, You, and And Just Like That…, it will also usher in a number of thrilling, eagerly awaited premieres, including Daisy Jones and the Six and The Last of Us, to mention a few. The TV series to look forward to in 2023 are listed below.
Season 15 Of RuPaul’s Drag Race
Fire up your vehicles! A record-breaking 16 queens will compete for the title and a $200,000 cash prize as Drag Race returns for its 15th (!) season, this time on MTV. Along with Ts Madison serving as a rotating judge, guest judges include Ariana Grande, Janelle Monáe, Meg Stalter, and others. This time around, there are reportedly no chocolate bar twists, but there is “a little bit more spiciness.”
Debuts on MTV on January 6.
Mayfair Witches By Anne Rice
AMC is extending its Anne Rice Immortal World with a series based on her Lives of the Mayfair Witches trilogy after the well-received adaptation of Interview with the Vampire. Rowan Fielding, a neurosurgeon who learns about her witchy background and powers, is portrayed by Alexandra Daddario.
Debuts on AMC on January 8.
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Season 4 Of Servant
The psychological thriller series by M. Night Shyamalan has reached its conclusion with this season. (He’ll also be in charge of some of the show’s final episodes.) When Leanna Grayson continues to threaten the Turner family and the outside world outside of their Philadelphia brownstone, prepare for an emotional and dramatic ending.
One final time in their roles, Rupert Grint, Toby Kebbell, Nell Tiger Free, and Lauren Ambrose all repeat their previous ones.
Premieres January 13 on Apple TV+.
Season 2 Of Hunters
The plot of Jordan Peele’s conspiracy thriller on Amazon centers on a gang of Nazi hunters in 1970s New York. The Hunters’ next target in its second and final season is, oh, Adolph Hitler, who is reportedly still alive and hiding in South America. In addition to Al Pacino, other actors include Logan Lerman, Jerrika Hinton, Lena Olin, Josh Radnor, Tiffany Boone, and Carol Kane.
Premieres January 13 on Amazon Video.
Last Of Us
The Last of Us bears enormous expectations from a bastion of ardent fans and is one of the year’s most anticipated dramas, let alone one of the year’s most anticipated video game adaptations.
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— The Last of Us Brasil (@TheLastOfUsBR) February 27, 2023
Thankfully, the story of Joel and Ellie’s trek through a fungus-ravaged wasteland should be as interesting as the inspiration it drew from thanks to a strong creative team that includes Chernobyl creator Craig Mazin and the video game’s original co-creator Neil Druckmann.
Premieres on January 15 on HBO.
That ’90s Show
Leia Forman (Callie Haverda), the daughter of Eric and Donna, is spending the summer at her grandparents’ home in 1995. Leia establishes relationships with the neighborhood and creates her own basement blunt rotation while living under Kitty and Red’s (Debra Jo Rupp and Kurtwood Smith) roof.
Topher Grace (Eric), Laura Prepon (Donna), Ashton Kutcher (Kelso), Mila Kunis (Jackie), and Wilmer Valderrama, among other OGs, will make an appearance (Fez).
Premieres on January 19 on Netflix.
Baby, Sarah Michelle Gellar has returned. In this film version of Edo van Belkom’s novel about a group of teens who are inexplicably pulled together after surviving separate werewolf attacks, the adored scream queen who starred in Buffy two decades earlier.
Premieres January 26 on Paramount+.
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The 1619 Initiative
This six-part documentary series, hosted by Pulitzer Award winner Nikole Hannah-Jones, is based on her blockbuster essay series and New York Times Magazine effort and delves deeper into the history of slavery in America. Acting as executive producer is Oprah Winfrey.
Premieres on January 26 on Hulu.
A Poker Face
After watching Glass Onion, if you’re itching for another mystery to solve, let Rian Johnson put your sleuthing abilities to the test. Poker Face is a 10-episode television series that was created, written, and directed by the Knives Out director. It centers around Charlie Cale (Natasha Lyonne), a woman with the ability to detect deception. Adrien Brody, Benjamin Bratt, Chlo Sevigny, Dasha Polanco, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Judith Light, Lil Rel Howery, and other actors have appeared as guests.
Premieres January 26 on Peacock.
The grieving therapist (Jason Segel) in this brand-new, ten-episode comedy abandons his ethics and training and begins telling his patients how he truly feels, which has a significant impact on their lives.
Together with Segel, Bill Lawrence, the co-creator of Ted Lasso, and Brett Goldstein, the film’s lead, writer, and producer, wrote Shrinking. Harrison Ford, Christa Miller, Jessica Williams, Michael Urie, Luke Tennie, and Lukita Maxwell are among the cast members.
Premieres January 27 on Apple TV+.
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If you’re a fan of On My Block but miss the original cast, you’ll fall in love with Gloria (Keyla Monterroso Mejia), Ines (Bryana Salaz), Cam (Tenzing Norgay Trainor), and Demi in this spinoff series (Ciara Riley Wilson).
The comedy series, which consists of eight episodes, follows two competing siblings and their pals as they unintentionally trigger a curse that disrupts their lives.
Premieres on February 2 on Netflix.
Season 2 of Harlem
Tracy Oliver, the author of Girls Trip, follows four of her closest friends as they navigate love and relationships in their thirties in the city of Harlem.
Season 2 finds Angie (Shoniqua Shandai) advancing in her work, Quinn (Grace Byers) on a path of self-discovery, Tye (Jerrie Johnson) weighing out her future, and Camille (Meagan Good) trying to put her life and career back together.
On February 3rd, Prime Video will debut.
Outer Banks Season 3
Outer Banks is The Goonies’ soapier sibling, set along the North Carolina coast and containing some of the wildest narrative twists since The O.C. It was an early pandemic sensation and is currently a genuine Netflix success. The ensemble cast, which will be back for the third part later this year, is what really makes the film appealing despite the alligator wrestling, gun fights, sunken ships, and gold—lots of it. Get ready for Pogueland.
First airs on Netflix on February 3
Season 4 of You
Penn Badgley’s portrayal of Joe Goldberg actually said, “New year, new me.” The main stalker and serial killer from the upcoming season of You relocate from the California suburbs to London, where he assumes his most recent guise as a sophisticated academic named Professor Jonathan Moore. In the U.K., he’ll be mixing with a new crowd, but based on the teaser, it appears he still has Marianne, the love interest from the previous season, in his sights (Tati Gabrielle).
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— Entertainment Tonight (@etnow) February 27, 2023
The first part debuts on Netflix on February 10. On March 10, Part 2 will debut.
The Mandalorian Season 3
In the second season of the wildly successful Star Wars television series, Baby Yoda—ahem, Grogu—had to say farewell to Pedro Pascal’s father figure Mando while the rest of the world was content to claim Pedro Pascal as their Internet Dad. Luke Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano made unexpected appearances, hinting at grandiose plans for the young green man and Mando himself. When The Mandalorian season 3 premieres this year, we hope to see Mando reunited with his alien kid.
Premieres on March 1 on Disney+.
Daisy Jones And The Six
The blockbuster book by Taylor Jenkins-Reid about a ’70s rock band with Fleetwood Mac influences is now being adapted for the big screen with Riley Keough as Daisy Jones and Sam Claflin as Billy Dunne. Suki Waterhouse and Camila Morrone complete the cast, as the series delves into the fictional group’s ascent and their infamous divorce. A lot of creative music and shaggy hairstyles are to be expected.
Premieres March 3 on Amazon Video.
Season 2 Of Yellowjackets
The high school lady’s soccer team that survived a plane accident in the woods in the 1990s—and who is torturing them about it today—may have their answers in Yellowjackets’ second season. In addition to returning cast members Juliette Lewis, Tawny Cypress, Melanie Lynskey, and Christina Ricci, new cast members Lauren Ambrose as adult Van, Simone Kessell as adult Lottie, and Elijah Wood as a new character will also appear.
Premieres on March 24 on Showtime.
White House Plumbers
In this five-episode limited series from Veep creator David Mandel, Woody Harrelson and Justin Theroux play E. Howard Hunt and G. Gordon Liddy, two of Nixon’s fixers and the architects of the Watergate crime, respectively. Domhnall Gleeson, Lena Heady, Judy Grier, Kiernan Shipka, and Ike Barinholtz are among the large cast members.
Premieres in March 2023 on HBO.
Saint X, an adaptation of Alexis Schaitkin’s first book of the same name, centers on the death of a young woman while on a family holiday in the Caribbean. Years later, her younger sister, who is now an adult, feels compelled to look for solutions. The narrative promises to be more than simply another tale of a girl going missing because it is recounted from several different points of view and timelines.
Premieres on April 26 on Hulu.