The most anticipated TV shows you can’t miss in 2023

Are you tired of rewatching your favorite TV shows on Netflix? Do you crave something new and exciting to binge-watch? Well, get ready for 2023, because there are some amazing TV shows coming your way that you won’t want to miss. From dramas to comedies to thrillers, there is something for everyone. So, let’s dive into the most anticipated TV shows releasing in 2023.

The Idol

The Idol is an upcoming television series created by Sam Levinson, known for his work on HBO’s Euphoria. The show follows a young pop singer, played by The Weeknd, who is on the verge of super-stardom. As he navigates the ups and downs of the music industry, he struggles to maintain his authenticity and creative vision. The Weeknd not only stars in the series, but also serves as executive producer and will provide original music for the show. With a talented cast and crew, “The Idol” promises to be a thrilling and authentic look at the world of music and fame.

The Last of Us

Based on the hit video game, “The Last of Us” is a post-apocalyptic thriller about a man and a young girl who must survive in a world overrun by infected humans. With a star-studded cast that includes Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey, “The Last of Us” is sure to be a tense and thrilling ride.


Succession took a year off, but it was worth it for the show’s excellence. Season Three left the Roy family divided and Logan allied with a tech billionaire, Lukas Matsson. In Season Four, Skarsgård returns and there may be a clash between Logan and Lukas, prompting one of the Roy children to be brought back into the fold.

The Dropout

This true-crime series tells the story of Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of Theranos, a blood-testing company that was revealed to be a fraud. With an all-star cast that includes Amanda Seyfried and Naveen Andrews, “The Dropout” is sure to be a thrilling and eye-opening watch.

Bupkis (Peacock)

Pete Davidson, a successful comedian and actor, is known for his distinct personality and personal experiences. He starred in a film inspired by his life and is now playing a fictionalized version of himself in a comedy series, produced by Lorne Michaels and co-starring Edie Falco and Joe Pesci. Guest stars include Charlie Day, Ray Romano, Brad Garrett, and Kenan Thompson. The show will likely explore Davidson’s dating life.

Masters of the Air

Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, known for their WWII projects, have teamed up once again for a new series about bomber crews in the European theater. The show features a diverse cast, including Ncuti Gatwa, Austin Butler, and Barry Keoghan, and is written by Band of Brothers writers Graham Yost and John Orloff. While most of the cast is made up of unknown actors, previous Hanks-Spielberg collaborations have featured breakout stars like Damian Lewis and Rami Malek.

Party Down

The cult-favorite ensemble comedy about cater-waiters, which originally aired from 2009-2010, is returning for six new episodes with nearly the entire original cast, including Adam Scott, Ken Marino, Jane Lynch, Martin Starr, Ryan Hansen, and Megan Mullally. New faces like James Marsden, Jennifer Garner, Tyrel Jackson Williams, and Zoë Chao are also joining the cast. Despite being one of the best comedies of this century, it was also one of the least-watched, but fans can enjoy its unexpected revival.

The Mandalorian (Disney+, March 1)

The third season of the show featuring Pedro Pascal as the stoic guardian of a pint-sized sidekick is finally arriving. However, last year’s The Book of Boba Fett turned out to be a mini-season of The Mandalorian, with major developments like Mando and Grogu’s reunion. It’s unclear how Mandalorian will explain this to audiences who didn’t watchthe other Disney+ Star Wars shows. Regardless, it will be nice to have Mando and his little buddy back.  


Beef is not related to “The Bear.” It’s a dark dramedy about a contractor (Steven Yeun) and a businesswoman (Ali Wong) who get into a road rage incident that escalates into a destructive feud. Yeun and Wong previously worked together on the animated show Tuca & Bertie, but their characters in Beef are mortal enemies. The show promises explosive drama.


“Yellowjackets” didn’t take the entire year off like some other shows, but it’s been a while since the last episode aired. The show follows a group of soccer teammates who survive a plane crash and are threatened by mysterious forces in the present day. Season Two promises more time with the talented cast, including Melanie Lynskey and Christina Ricci.

Ted Lasso (Season3)

Ted Lasso has become a cultural phenomenon with its feel-good story and endearing characters, and fans are eagerly awaiting the third season. While details about the upcoming season are scarce, showrunner Bill Lawrence has hinted at potential storylines, including the introduction of new characters and exploring the relationship between Ted and sports psychologist Dr. Sharon Fieldstone. The show’s success has also spawned a growing interest in English football, as well as a number of Ted Lasso-inspired products and merchandise. With its positive message and heartfelt storytelling, Ted Lasso continues to be a standout in the world of television.

So, there you have it, the most anticipated TV shows coming your way in 2023. With a mix of drama, comedy, and thriller, there is something for everyone. Mark your calendars and get ready to binge-watch!

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