15 Mar, 2023


What Are The Most Anticipated Television Shows Of 2023?

By FactsWow Team

Yellowjackets (Showtime, March 24)

Yellowjackets only partially sat out in 2022, as its final three episodes of Season One air in January. We will be glad to spend more time with Melanie Lynskey, Christina Ricci, and friends since we left them as teenagers trapped in the Canadian wilderness after a plane crash and as middle-aged survivors threatened by mysterious forces in the present.

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Succession (HBO, Spring TBD)

There was hardly a show that earned such a prolonged hiatus as Succession, which chronicled the Roy family's quest to bring misery across the world throughout 2022.

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Shrinking (Apple TV+, January 27)

There is a lot of similar silliness and melancholy to what Lawrence and Goldstein do with Jason Sudeikis in Shrinking as Segel struggles to break free of his long streak of self-destructive behaviour.

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Shōgun (FX, TBD)

As an English sailor shipwrecked in feudal Japan, James Clavell's epic literary epic was already adapted for TV in 1980. While the Richard Chamberlain and Toshiro Mifune version was a huge hit, it also faced some of the time's technological, social, and creative limitations.

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Poker Face (Peacock, January 24)

With his Columbo-esque Mystery of the Week series, Glass Onion mastermind Rian Johnson pursues his campaign to reinvent everything old in pop culture.

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The Mandalorian (Disney+, March 1)

Also featuring Pascal: The Book of Boba Fett finally gets its third season. But keep in mind that nearly half was a stealth Mandalorian miniseries last year.

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Mrs Davis (Peacock, April 20)

In her new series, GLOW alum Betty Gilpin plays a vengeful nun going on a war against a powerful algorithm that runs the world. This is from Damon Lindelof, creator of Lost, The Leftovers, and Watchmen.

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The Last Of Us (HBO, January 15)

The Last of Us is a movie and television adaptation that has yet to be successful. In addition to Neil Druckmann, the co-director and writer of the zombie post-apocalypse game, it has several other adapters working on it.

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Justified: City Primeval (FX, TBD)

Timothy Olyphant starred as Raylan Givens on Justified for six seasons in the early to mid-2010s, and the show ended as well as anyone else's.

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The Idol (HBO, TBD)

The Idol, which Abel Tesfaye co-wrote with Euphoria's Sam Levinson and Reza Fahim, revolves around a nightclub entrepreneur who helps a singer (Lily-Rose Depp) come back from a breakdown.

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The Curse (Showtime, TBD)

The works of Nathan Fielder (Nathan for You, The Rehearsal) and Benny Safdie (Good Time, Uncut Gems) have been profoundly uncomfortable in film over the past decade. We are talking about the kind that can leave audiences questioning why they watched it in the first place.

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Loki (Summer 2023)

It is unclear when Season 2 of Loki will debut, but it is expected to appear sometime in the summer, aligning with Loki's summer premiere back in 2021. The Tom Hiddleston-led series, which was part of Marvel's first trio of Disney+ releases, might have been one of the best series Marvel has ever released.

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