Most Anticipated TV Shows Of 2023

Most Anticipated TV Shows Of 2023

This year gifted us with great TV shows & 2023 will deliver even more highly anticipated series. We break down all 2023 TV shows to look forward to.

There have been plenty of fantastic and entertaining series in 2022, with many more excellent and highly anticipated TV shows to look forward to in 2023. The golden era of television may have waned a bit, but there are a plethora of engaging, well-made and memorable TV shows that have debuted over the last few years. Looking ahead to 2023, streaming services show no sign of slowing down, bringing viewers new seasons of beloved shows like Ted Lasso and The Mandalorian, while also debuting a slew of brand-new series that are sure to excite.

Television production faced a number of delays during the height of the pandemic, but it has since bounced back. The new year promises the return of several TV shows that audiences have been waiting at least a year (and, in some instances, two) to see. Of course, 2023 wouldn’t be half as exciting without a line-up of miniseries, TV prequels, spinoffs, and all-new series just waiting to attract viewers. With so much to choose from, a breakdown of the most hotly anticipated TV shows coming in 2023 is a must — from The Last of Us to Yellowjackets season 2, the next year is packed in the best way.

  1. Masters of the Air

Based on the true story detailed in Masters Of The Air: America’s Bomber Boys Who Fought the Air War Against Nazi Germany by Donald L. Miller, Masters of the Air follows the Eighth Air Force as they fight for their lives against German soldiers during World War II. The miniseries is executive produced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, and stars Elvis’ Austin Butler, Barry Keoghan, Callum Turner, Anthony Boyle, Freddy Carter, and Nate Mann. Masters of the Air will premiere on Apple TV+ at some point in 2023.

  1. White House Plumbers22 White House Plumbers

White House Plumbers follows Ronald Reagan operatives E. Howard Hunt and G. Gordon Liddy, who were both a part of the title unit that was set up to prevent leaks to the media and were behind Watergate. The HBO series is set to debut in March 2023 on HBO, and stars Woody Harrelson as Hunt, Justin Theroux as Liddy, Domhnall Gleeson, Game of Thrones’ Lena Headey, and Kiernan Shipka.

  1. The Palace

After starring in Mare of Easttown, Kate Winslet returns to HBO in The Palace, which is set inside a palace over the course of a year during the deterioration of an authoritative regime. There isn’t too much known about the HBO miniseries’ plot, but Winslet will be joined by Hugh Grant, who had a cameo appearance in Rian Johnson’s Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery. A release date has not been announced yet for The Palace, but it’s expected to premiere on HBO in 2023.

  1. Tiny Beautiful Things

Adapted from the book of the same name by Cheryl Strayed, Tiny Beautiful Things follows Clare (Kathryn Hahn), a writer whose marriage is struggling and whose relationship with teenage daughter Rae is distant. Clare, whose writing career is floundering, becomes an advice columnist and it affects her life far more than she ever thought it would. Tiny Beautiful Things was picked up by Hulu and will premiere on the streaming service in Spring 2023.

  1. Shrinking

Starring How I Met Your Mother’s Jason Segel, Shrinking follows Jimmy Johns, a therapist dealing with grief who decides to tell his patients what he really thinks about them and their issues. Shrinking also stars Harrison Ford and Jessica Williams. The series will premiere on Apple TV+ on January 27, 2023.

  1. Citadel

Created by The Russo Brothers and Patrick Moran, Citadel is an experimental spy thriller that will have a few spinoffs set in the same universe and featuring different countries, including India and Mexico. The Prime Video series will follow Citadel agents Mason Kane (Game of Thrones star Richard Madden) and Nadia Singh (Priyanka Chopra), but plot details are being kept under wraps. The series is expected to premiere on Prime Video in 2023, though it does not have an official release date.

  1. Never Have I Ever season 4

After deciding to stay in Sherman Oaks for her senior year, Devi almost makes a big decision regarding her romantic life that will surely be explored further in Never Have I Ever season 4. The fourth season has been confirmed as the series’ last, and will premiere on Netflix at some point in 2023, likely in the spring or summer. Never Have I Ever season 4 will see the return of Maitreyi Ramakrishnan as Devi, Darren Barnet as Paxton Hall-Yoshida, Jaren Lewison as Ben Gross, and Poorna Jagannathan as Devi’s mother Nalini. Richa Moorjani, Lee Rodriguez and Ramona Young will also reprise their roles in Never Have I Ever’s final season.

  1. Ironheart

First introduced in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Riri Williams, a 19-year-old MIT student and tech inventor a la Princess Shuri, is getting her own series with Ironheart. The Disney+ series will likely be set after Riri returns from Wakanda, though specific plot details are yet unknown. Ironheart will consist of six episodes and also co-star Anthony Ramos of Hamilton fame. The series will debut on Disney+ in the back half of 2023.

  1. Daisy Jones and the Six

Based on the book by Taylor Jenkins Reid, Daisy Jones and the Six is a documentary-style series that follows a fictitious rock band in the 1970s, their rise to fame, and their eventual split. Starring Riley Keough, Camila Morrone, Sam Claflin, and Suki Waterhouse, Daisy Jones and the Six consists of ten episodes and will premiere on Prime Video March 3, 2023.

  1. The Three-Body Problem

The Three-Body Problem, the long-awaited Netflix series, is based on the popular trilogy by Chinese author Cixin Liu. Developed for television by Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, alongside Alexander Woo, The Three-Body Problem follows humanity’s first contact with an alien civilization, while also focusing on the smaller ripple effects from the Chinese Cultural Revolution and its impact on the bigger picture. The Netflix series, which arrives at a yet-to-be-determined date in 2023, stars Benedict Wong, Eiza González, John Bradley, Tsai Chin, and Babylon’s Jovan Adepo.

  1. Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story

Before Queen Charlotte was announcing “the Diamond” of the Ton’s social season in Bridgerton, she was a young woman falling in love with King George. Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story is the prequel to the popular Netflix series, following the title character as she rises to power and how her marriage to King George created a shift and a stir in high society. The series consists of eight episodes and will debut on Netflix at some point in 2023. Golda Rosheuvel will reprise her role as Queen Charlotte, with India Amarteifio portraying the younger version of the character.

  1. Rian Johnson’s Poker Face

Rian Johnson is a murder mystery aficionado. With Knives Out and its sequel, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, under his belt, the writer-director created Poker Face, a ten-episode mystery series debuting on Peacock January 26. The long-awaited Poker Face follows Charlie Cale (Natasha Lyonne, of Orange is the New Black and Russian Doll fame), who can always tell when someone is lying to her. The whodunit series will tackle a new mystery every episode as Charlie travels from one place to another solving crimes. Johnson will direct and write a few episodes, and Lyonne will do the same in addition to starring. The series also stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Adrien Brody.

  1. Shadow and Bone Season 2

Sun Summoner Alina Starkov may have defeated the Darkling in Shadow and Bone season 1, but he’s back and more dangerous than ever in season 2 of the Netflix fantasy series. With a plethora of new characters joining the established world of Grisha in the fight against the Darkling, Alina will need all the help she can get. Shadow and Bone season 2 will debut on Netflix March 16, and will consist of eight episodes. Jessie Mei Li, Archie Renaux, Ben Barnes, Freddy Carter, Amita Suman, and Kit Young star in the live-action adaptation of Leigh Bardugo’s books.

  1. Ahsoka

First introduced in the animated Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Ahsoka Tano, who was once Anakin Skywalker’s Jedi Padawan, is finally getting her own live-action series on Disney+. Played by Rosario Dawson, Ahsoka made her live-action debut in The Mandalorian season 2 and appeared in The Book of Boba Fett season 1. Ahsoka is set in the same timeline as The Mandalorian, though plot details are under wraps. The series will debut on Disney+ at some point in 2023, though an exact release date has not been announced.

  1. You Season 4

Netflix picked up You from Lifetime following its first season, and it’s been a big hit ever since. The series — which follows bookstore manager Joe Goldberg through his obsessive romances — most of which have ended in murder — will return with season 4 on February 9. Unlike previous seasons, however, You season 4 will be split into two parts, each consisting of five episodes. Part 2 will debut on Netflix March 9. You season 4 will see Joe (Penn Badgley) living in London, after first heading to Paris in a bid to stalk Marienne (Tati Gabrielle), who fled Madre Linda before anything bad happened to her.

  1. The Witcher Season 3

After officially confirming he would not be returning for season 4, The Witcher season 3 will mark Henry Cavill’s last as Geralt of Rivia. Liam Hemsworth will take over the role in season 4. The Witcher season 3 will see Geralt trying to protect Ciri from those who are coming after her, and their relationship will be a primary focus overall. Season 3 will be worth watching to see how the writers send off Cavill’s version of Geralt. The Netflix series premieres its third season at some point in 2023, though an official release date has not been revealed.

  1. Bridgerton Season 3

Bridgerton season 2 saw Anthony Bridgerton and Kate Sharma get their happy ending, while setting up Penelope and Colin as the next couple to get their love story in season 3. The period romance series will see Jess Brownell stepping into the role of showrunner in Bridgerton season 3, taking over from series creator Chris Van Dusen. Although Netflix has not yet announced a release date for Bridgerton season 3, fans should expect the series to return at some point in 2023, likely in the second half.

  1. Loki Season 2

Loki season 1 established the multiverse within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, sending the Trickster God on quite an adventure — one that included several doppelgangers. The Disney+ series also introduced Kang the Conqueror, who will next appear in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. Loki season 2 will see the return of Tom Hiddleston in the title role, with weekly episodes streaming on Disney+ beginning in Summer 2023.

  1. The Crown Season 6

The Crown will end with season 6. The drama series has focused on various members of the British monarchy for several seasons, notably highlighting Queen Elizabeth II’s reign over the decades. The Crown season 6 will see the return of Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth, who passed away at the age of 96 in September 2022, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Phillip, Dominic West as Prince Charles, Elizabeth Debicki as the late Princess Diana, and Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret. The Crown is expected to premiere on Netflix in late 2023.

  1. Succession Season 4

Things got tense in Succession season 3, with the Roy kids cut out of Waystar Royco, which could be a problem in season 4 as they figure out how to wrestle back some control. Suffice it to say there’s never a dull moment with the Roy family, and things could get even more intense and complicated in Succession season 4, which premieres on HBO in Spring 2023. Sarah Snook, Jeremy Strong, Brian Cox, Kieran Culkin, Matthew MacFayden, and Nicolas Braun are among the cast returning.

  1. Agatha: Coven of Chaos

One of WandaVision’s highlights was the inclusion of Agatha Harkness, a witch who possessed the Darkhold, a powerful magic book. Though Wanda Maximoff trapped Agatha in Westview at the end of WandaVision, Agatha: Coven of Chaos will see Kathryn Hahn reprising the role in the spinoff series. Hahn will be joined by Aubrey Plaza, Joe Locke, and others. Agatha: Coven of Chaos is set to premiere on Disney+ in Winter 2023.

  1. Ted Lasso Season 3

The wait for Ted Lasso season 3 has been hard. The Apple TV+ series, which became a success following a two-season run on the streaming service, was supposed to debut season 3 in Fall 2022, but it will likely debut by Spring 2023. Ted Lasso season 3 is being written as the series’ last, with Brett Goldstein, Jason Sudeikis and others stating that they’ve always looked at the beloved TV show as a three-season arc. However, there has been no official confirmation that season 3 would be Ted Lasso’s last.

  1. Yellowjackets Season 2

Yellowjackets season 1 was a big hit, so it was no surprise when Showtime renewed the series for season 2, which will premiere March 26 (March 24 for Showtime subscribers, who can stream the first two episodes in advance). There are quite a few mysteries to be resolved in Yellowjackets season 2, including what happened to Shauna’s baby. Returning cast includes Melanie Lynskey, Christina Ricci — who was most recently in the Netflix series Wednesday — Juliette Lewis, and Tawny Cypress.

  1. Gen V

Gen V is a spinoff of The Boys, the successful Prime Video series. Gen V follows a group of college-age Supes attending the Godolkin University School of Crimefighting, which is owned by Vought International, the organization headed by Homelander. The students must compete for the best Supe contracts in what is being hyped as a Hunger Games-style college show that doesn’t forget its The Boys roots. Starring Jaz Sinclair, Lizze Broadway, Sean Patrick Thomas, and Chance Perdomo, Gen V will premiere in 2023, ahead of The Boys season 4.

  1. The Mandalorian Season 3

When The Mandalorian season 3 premieres on Disney+ March 1, it will have been a little over two years since season 2 ended. The Mandalorian season 3 will pick up following the events of the second half of The Book of Boba Fett season 1, which saw the Mandalorian and Grogu reunited and speeding through the galaxy toward their next adventure. In addition to The Last of Us, Pedro Pascal will reprise his role as Mando in season 3, which will also see the return of Giancarlo Esposito as Moff Gideon and Katee Sackhoff as Bo-Katan Kryze.

  1. The Last of Us

Based on the popular video game of the same name, The Last of Us is a post-apocalyptic drama headed to HBO on January 15. The series was created by Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann, The Last of Us stars Pedro Pascal as Joel, a smuggler who sets off across an infection-ravaged United States to deliver Ellie (Game of Thrones star Bella Ramsey), a teenager who is immune to the Cordyceps brain infection, to a lab in the hopes of creating a vaccine.


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