Thriller, romance or drama? No matter what genre appeals to you, the year of television in 2023 offers something for everyone. Here we list the year’s most anticipated TV series!
You, Heartbreaker and Succession are just some of the popular TV series that return with new seasons in 2023 – but of course the year also offers a lot of new things in the box. Below you will find the TV series that will be on everyone’s lips this year!
Ginny & Georgia season 2
Season 2 of Ginny & Georgia continues to explore the complicated relationship between mother and daughter.
Premiere: January 5 on Netflix.
The Last of Us
The Last of Us is a post-apocalyptic story based on a video game. The plot revolves around Joel (played by Pedro Pascal), a hardened survivor who tries to help fourteen-year-old Ellie (Bella Ramsey) out of an oppressive quarantine zone. Together, they must cross the United States and rely on each other to survive.
Premiere: January 16, 2023 on HBO.
You season 4
In season four of You Joe (played by Penn Badgley) begins a new life in London, where he assumes a new identity in the form of Professor Jonathan Moore. Are his days of unrequited love finally over?
Premiere: You season four is divided into two parts: the first part premieres on Netflix on February 10, 2023, and the second part premieres on March 10, 2023.
Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story
Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story is the long-awaited prequel series to Bridgerton that follows Queen Charlotte as a youngster – including how she met King George. India Amarteifio (known from the series Sex Education) plays the young Queen Charlotte, while the young King George is portrayed by Corey Mylchreest.
Premiere: Possibly in May 2023, but Netflix has yet to confirm a premiere date.
Heartstopper season 2
Boy meets boy in this series about first love and the path to self-acceptance. Kit Connor and Joe Locke star.
Premiere: Season two of Heartstopper premieres on Netflix sometime in 2023.
Succession season 4
Another series returning with a new season in 2023 is the acclaimed TV series Succession. The series is about the power games, politics and family ties surrounding an aging, wealthy media mogul and his four children.
Premiere: Spring 2023 on HBO.