Here are the TV shows you should be watching in 2023! [Spoilers ahead!]
Yellowjackets, season 2
Coming March 24 on Showtime
The debut season of Showtime’s tragic and disturbing yet, thrilling and highly addictive series, Yellowjackets returns this March (buzz-buzz). Yellowjackets follows the journey of a high school girls soccer team in the 1990s after their plane crashes in the Canadian wilderness. The series focuses on how their struggle to survive continues to haunt them 20 years later. Season one left us with a lot of unanswered questions like, um, where the hell is Javi? What’s up with Lottie and her gang of heart worshippers? Is Taissa one of them? Is Lottie alive and is she responsible for the kidnapping of Natalie? What happened to Shauna’s baby? And who all survived? In a recent exclusive with EW one of the survivors was revealed. Yup, unfortunately they’ve spoiled the survival of Van who as an adult will be played by Lauren Ambrose. Now, we’re all spoiled. You’re welcome.
That 90s Show
Premiered Jan. 19 on Netflix
HELLO WISCONSIN! 17 years after the That 70s Show gang rang the bell welcoming in the year of 1980 a whole new gang of teens are inhabiting Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp) and Red Foreman’s (Kurtwood Smith) basement. Eric Foreman (Topher Grace) and Donna Pinciotti’s (Laura Prepon) daughter Leia (Callie Haverda) heads to Point Place and decides she wants to spend the summer there after making some new friends one of which is the son of Jackie (Mila Kunis) and Kelso (Ashton Kutcher). In addition to Grace, Prepon, Kunis, and Kutcher, Wilmer Valderrama is also set to make a guest appearance.
TBA on Peacock
Known for his time on SNL and even more for this past relationships with Hollywood’s most beautiful stars, Pete Davidson brings to Peacock a Curb Your Enthusiasm-esque fictionalization of his life. Joe Pesci leads beside Davidson as his grandfather while Edie Falco will play his mother. Confirmed guest-stars so far include Kenan Thompson, Charlie Day, and Everybody Loves Raymond siblings Ray Romano and Brad Garett.
Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story
TBA on Netflix
Golda Rosheuvel returns as Bridgerton’s Queen Charlotte in the Bridgerton prequel Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story. Queen Charlotte is based on the real-life Queen Charlotte, wife of King George III. Rosheuvel’s character has been a fan favorite and now we’ll get to see how she became the Queen everyone loves. The story will also focus on Bridgerton’s Lady Danbury and Violet Bridgerton. Netflix stated in a press release, “While the series will center on the rise and love life of a young Queen Charlotte, it will also tell the stories of young Violet Bridgerton and Lady Danbury.”
TBA on HBO Max
Abel Tesfaye otherwise known as The Weeknd collabs with Reza Fahim and Euphoria creator Sam Levinson to birth The Idol, a limited-series about the relationship between self-help guru and cult-leader Tedros (The Weeknd) and Jocelyn (Lily-Rose Depp) a rising pop star thats had a psychotic break. “Los Angeles is where all the monsters of the world come to gather. Trust no one,” Tedros says in the trailer then whispers “Just me,” in Jocelyn’s ear. Supporting cast members include Dan Levy (Schitt’s Creek), Troye Sivan (X-Men Orgins: Wolverine), Da’Vine Joy Randolph (High Fidelity) and member of Blackpink, Jennie Kim.
Curb Your Enthusiasm, season 12
TBA on HBO
After 22 years Larry David’s improv sitcom Curb Your Enthusiasm continues to keep an 80-100% Rotten Tomato score. Season 11 which premiered in 2021 has a score of 94%. That’s pretty, pretty…pretty good and rare for such a long running series. Curb has also won 2 Primetime Emmy Awards, a Golden Globe, and has over 50 nominations. Yet, every season David prepares for it to be the last. Showrunner, Jeff Schaffer revealed to The Hollywood Reporter that for season 11 they filmed an alternate finale scene of David dying after falling into someone else’s pool. Luckily, that wasn’t used and we’ll be getting more of Larry David’s shenanigans with J.B. Smoove, Susie Essman, Jeff Garlin, Cheryl Hines, Richard Lewis, Ted Danson, and Vince Vaughn by his side.
You, season 4
Coming Feb. 10 on Netflix
We’re in for a game of clue. It looks like the tables have turned in season 4 (part 1) of You. Joe has relocated to Europe to flee from his murderous past and even has a new identity as Professor Jonathan Moore but, as always temptation follows him wherever he goes. Everything is going how it usually does for Joe Goldberg until it’s discovered that there’s another killer on the loose in London. Joe is determined to find out who it is and stop them. New faces in Joe’s new world of London’s posh academia include Lukas Gage, Charlotte Ritchie, Amy-Leigh Hickman, Niccy Lin, Ed Speleers, and Tilly Keeper while a familiar face returns from season 3, Tati Gabrielle reprises her role as Marienne Bellamy.
TBA on Netflix
A24 (Minari, Euphoria) and Netflix present Beef: a 10-episode half-hour dramedy starring Ali Wong and Steven Yeun as “two people who go about searching for connection in the unlikeliest of ways,” as described by Netflix’s VP of Drama Development Jinny Howe. Yeun and Wong’s characters become obsessed with a road rage incident and it consumes their every waking moment. Apparently, the plot was inspired by a real event that transpired in the creator, writer, and showrunner Lee Sung Jin’s (Dave, Silicon Valley) life, “I’m also grateful to the guy who yelled at me in traffic three years ago. I did not let it go, and now we have a show.”
Coming Jan. 26 on Peacock
Natasha Lyonne proved that she can master the mystery-comedy sub-genre with her performance as Nadia in the Netflix series Russian Doll which she also co-created and co-wrote alongside Amy Poehler and Lesley Headland. Now, Lyonne has joined forces with Knives Out writer-director Rian Johnson to create a Columbo-like “mystery of the week” series where she portrays Charlie Cale, a woman who’s like a human lie detector with the ability to always recognize when someone is lying.
Party Down, season 3
Coming Feb. 24 on STARZ
13 years ago the cult comedy Party Down about the Los Angeles catering company comprised of aspiring actors ended after two seasons. The revival picks up 10 years from where the last episode left off and follows the crew as they meet up for a surprise reunion which brings them back to tackle new events together. Adam Scott takes the lead again as Henry Pollard with Jane Lynch, Ken Marino, Megan Mullally, Martin Starr, and Ryan Hansen also reprising their roles. In addition to the returning cast Jennifer Garner, Tyrel Jackson Williams, and Zoë Chao will be joining the group.
Mrs. American Pie
Coming this Spring on Apple TV+
Based on the novel Mr. & Mrs. American Pie by Juliet McDaniel, Mrs. American Pie follows Maxine Simmons (Kristen Wiig) as she attempts to secure a seat at the table of the exclusive Palm Beach high society during the early 1970s. As Maxine navigates her way through the game of the haves vs. the have-nots we’ll see what sacrifices people are willing to make to get a seat at the table. The cast is star-studded with comedy icon Carol Burnett as Norma the grande dame of the Palm Beach high society, Laura Dern as Linda (she’ll also be executive producing), Allison Janney as Evelyn, Ricky Martin as Robert, and Kaia Gerber as Mitzi the manicurist.
Daisy Jones & the Six
Coming March 3 on Prime Video
Based on the 2019 fictional memoir by Taylor Jenkins Reid, Daisy Jones & the Six (heavily influenced by Fleetwood Mac) details the rise and fall of a renowned rock band in the 1970s. The novel gained a fan base thanks to Reese Witherspoon and her book club. Witherspoon is an executive producer of the series through her production company Hello Sunshine along with Amazon Studios. The series will be full of sex, drugs, and of course lots of rock n’ roll.
Snowfall, season 6
Premiered Feb. 22 on FX/Hulu
All good things must come to an end. The final season of Snowfall will pick up in October of 1986 as the Saint family falls apart. As we witnessed in season 5, Franklin’s (Damson Idris) empire has began to crumble right beneath his feet. Season 6 will show just how desperate Franklin gets to build it back up as his Aunt Louie (Angela Lewis) replaces him as former CIA officer Teddy McDonald’s (Carter Hudson) sole buyer thus creating a competing empire.
Bridgerton, season 3
TBA on Netflix
As you may know the Shonda Rhimes produced Netflix series Bridgerton is based on Julia Quinn’s series of novels. The first season followed the love story of Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor) and Simon Basset (Rege-Jean Page) just as the first novel, The Duke and I. Season 2 like the 2nd novel, The Viscount Who Loved Me centered around Anthony Bridgerton and Kate Sharma. You’d think based on this information that the 3rd season would follow the 3rd book in the series about Benedict Bridgerton, An Offer From a Gentleman but, it won’t. Season 3 of Bridgerton will be based on the 4th book, Romancing Mister Bridgerton which explores the relationship between Colin Bridgerton and Penelope Featherington. Nicola Coughlan and Luke Newton will return as Penelope A.K.A. Lady Whistledown and Colin as their friendship gets complicated.
Premiered Jan. 12 on HBO Max
Velma is an adult animated series that follows the origin story of Scooby-Doo’s Velma Dinkley before the assembling of Mystery Inc. In Velma, created by Charlie Grandy and executive-produced by Mindy Kaling, Velma (Kaling), Daphne (Constance Wu), Fred (Glenn Howerton), and Norville not yet known as Shaggy (Sam Richardson) are teens in high school navigating self-esteem, sexuality, drama, and mental health all while trying to solve a string of murders in Coolesville. There’s no Scooby in this take on Scooby-Doo but, there is prison fights, naked girls, bullet wounds, and dead girls with their brains cut out.
Agatha: Coven of Chaos
TBA on Disney+
In Disney+’s WandaVision, Agatha is a nosy neighbor named Agnes before her theme-song reveals she’s actually Agatha Harkness, a witch on a mission to use Wanda’s chaos magic. Now, Agatha, played by Kathryn Hahn, will be the star of her own show. Agatha: Coven of Chaos (or Agnes of Westview as it may have recently been changed to) will begin where Agatha left off in WandaVision—stuck in Westview as Agnes. Emma Caulfield Ford and Debra Jo Rupp are confirmed to reprise their WandaVision roles as Dottie and Mrs. Hart. Aubrey Plaza, Joe Locke, Ali Ahn, Sasheer Zamata, Patti LuPone, Okwui Okpokwasili, Maria Dizzia, and Miles Gutierrez-Riley are set to join the cast.
The Righteous Gemstones, season 3
TBA on HBO
The HBO comedy-series The Righteous Gemstones takes an inside look into a televangelist family known all over the world for their over-the-top preachings. Gemstones pokes fun at real-life televangelists and throws a bit of shade towards alleged wolves in sheep clothing. Behind closed doors the patriarch of the family and head of the megachurch Dr. Eli Gemstone (John Goodman) and his three adult children, Jesse (Danny McBride), Kelvin (Adam Devine), and Judy (Edi Patterson) all act in morally questionable ways, getting involved in illegal activities. McBride who not only plays Jesse Gemstone but is also the co-creator and head writer says season 3 will expand the “strange Gemstone world” and “dive deeper into who this family is and how they got here, meeting some new characters from the past to the present,” per his interview with Variety.
Coming February 2 on Netflix
On My Block fans, get ready! We’re returning to Freeridge but, with a new core four. The On My Block spinoff follows rival siblings Ines (Bryana Salaz) and Gloria (Keyla Monterroso Mejia) and their friends Cameron (Tenzing Trainor) and Demi (Ciara Riley Wilson) as they figure out how to reverse a curse that has brought misfortune into their lives. We’ll be seeing some familiar faces, On My Block’s Paula Garcés, Eric Gutierrez, Eme Ikwuakor, and Raushanah Simmons will be reprising their roles as Ruby and Jamal’s parents.
Coming Jan. 27 on Apple TV+
From the creators of Ted Lasso, Shrinking stars Jason Segal as Jimmy, a recently widowed therapist (getting deja-vu *cue Hulu’s The Patient) that in his struggle with grief decides to break the rules completely ignoring his therapist ethics and training by having no filter with his clients about their problems. Shrinking also stars Harrison Ford, Christa Miller, Jessica Williams, Michael Urie, Luke Tennie and Lukita Maxwell.
The Last of Us
Premiered Jan. 15 on HBO
Adapted from the 2013 video game hailed for its cinematic storytelling, The Last of Us tells the story of Joel (Pedro Pascal), a smuggler who is tasked with escorting 14-year-old Ellie (Bella Ramsey) across post-apocalyptic America. A virus caused by cordyceps fungi has infected the country causing humans to become dangerous zombies called ‘clickers’ and unbeknownst to Joel, Ellie is immune. If you enjoy shows like The Walking Dead, Sweet Tooth, and Station Eleven then you’ll love this.
TBA on HBO
Kate Winslet is returning to HBO with yet another limited-series titled, The Palace which chronicles a year inside the walls of a decaying authoritarian regime. Winslet is set to lead the drama as well as executive produce along with the series’ creator and showrunner Will Tracy (Succession, The Menu), Tracey Seaward, Frank Rich, and the series’ directors Stephen Frears and Jessica Hobbs (co-EP). Other cast members that have been announced are Hugh Grant, Martha Plimpton, Matthias Schoenaerts, and Andrea Riseborough.
TBA on Disney+
After being introduced in the Black Panther sequel, Riri Williams (Dominque Thorne) also known as Ironheart will be getting her own series on Disney+. In Wakanda Forever, Riri is taken by Suri and Okoye from her college dorm room to Wakanda and like in the comics, Riri creates her own version of the Iron Man suit. Although not much is known about the plot of Ironheart, it is said to be a continuation of the Iron Man legacy.
Love and Death
Coming April 27 on HBO Max
Last year Hulu beat HBO to the punch in creating a limited-series based on the true story of the 1980 axe-murder of Betty Gore committed by Texas housewife Candy Montgomery. HBO’s take on the story is based on the Texas Monthly article “Love & Death in Silicon Prairie” and the book Evidence of Love: A True Story of Passion and Death in the Suburbs. Elizabeth Olsen will be portraying Montgomery while Lily Rabe is set to play Gore. Jesse Plemons, Patrick Fugit, Elizabeth Marvel, Krysten Ritter, Keir Gilchrist, and Tom Pelphrey are also confirmed to star.
Succession, season 4
Coming March 26 on HBO
The successful Succession is back with it’s possible final season. By the looks of it season 4 will be revealing the consequences following the shocking betrayal that transpired in the season 3 finale. The logline for the new season reads: “The sale of media conglomerate Waystar Royco to tech visionary Lukas Matsson (Skarsgård) moves ever closer. The prospect of this seismic sale provokes existential angst and familial division among the Roys as they anticipate what their lives will look like once the deal is complete. A power struggle ensues as the family weighs up a future where their cultural and political weight is severely curtailed.”
Premiered Feb. 17 on Apple TV+
Created by Amit Bhalla and Lucas Jansen, Hello Tomorrow! is a dramedy set in a retro Jetsons-like world about Jack, a travel salesman selling timeshares to the moon. Starring as Jack is Billy Crudup who is also an executive producer. In the trailer Jack says, “Soon you folks will be saying, ‘Wow. I love living on the moon.’” But, living on the moon isn’t all its cracked up to be as suspicions about the true nature of the timeshares arise.
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