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11 Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2023

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2022 was a good year for TV, but there’s always the hope that a new year will bring even better programming.

As a handful of shows gear up for their swan song, they’re making room for a new crop of shows—and seasons—to take the spotlight and shine.

Here are the 2023 shows we’re most excited about that we think should be on your radar:


Not Dead Yet – ABC

Gina Rodriguez returns to TV to once again dominate primetime television. After making a splash as a pregnant virgin in Jane the Virgin, Rodriguez will tackle the role of Nell Stevens, a broke and newly single woman hoping to restart the career she left behind a decade ago. Unfortunately, the landscape has changed, so she accepts the only job she can find: writing obituaries. What she doesn’t expect is that her life advice is going to start coming from an unlikely source. Let’s just say, she takes the phrase “I see dead people” to new heights.

The series will premiere on February 8, 2023, on ABC. 


The Idol – HBO

Hailing from Sam Levinson (the man behind Euphoria), the trippy series about a modern-day cult leader, played by Abel Tesfaye (best known as The Weeknd), who lures in a rising pop idol played by Lily-Rose Depp. There’s deception, mystery, and plenty of intrigue, along with plenty of moments to obsess over in the trailer, rounded out by a pretty stellar cast that includes Dan Levy, Troye Sivan, Rachel Sennot, and Blackpink’s Jennie.

No official premiere date has been announced just yet. 


You – Netflix

Hello, you. I’ve missed you. The Penn Badgley thriller returns to Netflix for its fourth season, but with Badgley’s Joe Goldberg assuming a new identity in Paris to track down the one that got away—and obsess over a new crop of vulnerable women—it almost feels like a brand new series altogether. And if the previous season was any indication, things are going to get quite crazy once school is in session. 

It will hit Netflix on February 9, 2023. 


The Mandalorian – Disney+

The Mandalorian was the talk of the town when it premiered in 2019, mostly because of Baby Yoda, but the buzz about the upcoming season of the Star Wars live-action series starring Pedro Pascal as a lone gunfighter continues gaining momentum. There are plenty more adventures to be had following the fall of the Galactic Empire, and fans are ready to strap on in and take off.

Season 3 will premiere on Disney+ on March 1, 2023. 



Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story- Netflix

Everyone has their favorite Bridgerton sibling, but there’s a good chunk of people who swear that Queen Charlotte is the best character. And now, we’re going to get her origin story. The prequel spinoff aims to fill the void as we wait for the new season of Bridgerton by giving us a series dedicated solely to Queen Charlotte’s backstory, tapping into who she was as a young girl and why she lives for gossip and drama.

The series will arrive on Netflix on May 4, 2023. 


Secret Invasion – Disney+ 

The series, based on the 2008 comic by Brian Michael Bendis, is a gift to Avengers fans as its a sequel to Captain Marvel, Spider-Man: Far From Home, and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.  It follows Nick Fury (played by Samuel L. Jackson), who returns to Earth after having been missing for years to take on the shape-shifting Skrulls faction. It also stars Cobie Smulders, Olivia Colman, Don Cheadle, and more. 

No premiere date has been announced yet, but it’s set for a spring 2023 arrival.


Lupin – Netflix

Though a premiere date has yet to be announced, Netflix teased the third season focusing on the gentleman thief played by Omar Sy. It’s been nearly two years since the French-language thriller aired its last episode, so there’s quite a lot of anticipation from fans. Assane Diop avenged his father and disappeared to protect his family, but a new case might bring France’s most-wanted man back to the spotlight. 

Wolf Pack – Paramount+

Not only is Wolf Pack an upcoming supernatural series, but it also brings Sarah Michelle Geller back into the supernatural genre, and that alone is enough to make us want to tune in. In fact, SMG wasn’t going to sign on for the project initially but changed her mind once she read the script! Based on the book series by Edo Van Belkom, the series follows two teens whose lives are forever changed when a California wildfire awakens a terrifying supernatural creature.

The series hits the streamer on January 26, 2023.


That ’90s Show – Netflix

You know their parents, now, get to know the offspring. The series, set in the ’90s as the title alludes, is a spinoff of the beloved That ’70s Show. It follows the teen daughter of Eric Forman and Donna Pinciott, Leia, who returns to Wisconsin to spend the summer with her grandparents, Red and Kitty. Along the way, she makes a group of lifelong friends, and together, they discover the magical properties of the Forman basement. The core cast from the original series has all signed on for guest appearances, so you know it will be a good ‘ole time.  

The first season will premiere on Netflix on January 15, 2023.


Daisy Jones and the Six – Amazon Prime

While we’re talking about the ’70s, the series will let you love out your rock star dreams. Based on Taylor Jenkins Reid’s 2019 novel (and produced by Reid along with Reese Witherspoon), the series follows the fictional band, along with the highs and lows, and checks in decades later after they’d decided to call it quits. And it’s got a star-studded cast with Riley Keough, Sam Claflin, Suki and Waterhouse!

The limited series will be available on Amazon Prime on March 3. 


Yellowjackets – Showtime

If you stomached all the gore from the first season of Yellowjackets, there’s more coming your way with the second, highly-anticipated season. The series, about a high school girl’s soccer team getting stranded in the wilderness, picks up where the first season left off, toggling between two time periods: the aftermath of the 1996 plane crash and catching up with the survivors 25 years later. 

The series will premiere on Showtime on March 24, 2023. 

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Summer 2023 TV Lineup Schedule – Time to Heat Up the Summer



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It’s time to heat up the summer with plenty of new and returning TV shows. 

The summer months are, obviously, best spent outside enjoying the warm weather, unlimited BBQs, and pools and beaches, but when you’re ready for a little getaway, TV shows and characters are always around to keep you entertained. 

With the WGA strike possibly continuing into the fall, summer television might be the last time we get any new seasons for the next few months, so embrace it. 

As always, the slower-paced summer months are also the best time to catch up on any shows that you’ve been wanting to watch! 

Here’s what’s on tap for summer 2023—let us know what you plan to watch in the comments!


May 2023

30 for 30: The American Gladiators Documentary (May 30, ESPN)
The Ride (May 30, Prime Video)
Drag Me to Dinner (May 31, Hulu)
Nancy Drew, season 4 (May 31, The CW)

June 2023

Manifest – season 4 part 2 (Netflix, June 2)
The Idol (HBO, June 4)

The Lazarus Project (June 4, TNT)
Cruel Summer, season 2 (Freeform, June 5)
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, season 16 (FX, June 7)
The Real Housewives of Orange County, season 17 (June 7, Bravo)
Alone, season 10 (History Channel, June 8)
Based on a True Story (Peacock, June 8)
Never Have I Ever, season 4 (Netflix, June 8)
The Crowded Room (Apple TV+, June 9)
The Full Monty (FX and Hulu, June 14)
The Big D (June 14, USA)
Temptation Island, season 5 (June 14, USA)
The Wonder Years, season 2 (June 14, ABC)
Project Runway, season 20 (June 15, Bravo)
Outlander, season 7 (June 16, Starz)
The Walking Dead: Dead City (June 18, AMC)
The Righteous Gemstones, season 3 (HBO, June 18)
Secret Invasion (Disney+, June 21)
The Bear, season 2 (FX, June 22)
I’m a Virgo (Prime Video, June 23)
2023 BET Awards (June 25, BET)
The Bachelorette, season 20 (June 26, ABC)
Grown-ish, season 6 (June 28, Freeform)
Hijack (Apple TV+, June 28)

The Witcher, season 3, part 1 (Netflix, June 29)
Warrior, season 3 (June 29, Max)
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, season 4 (June 30, Prime Video)
And Just Like That …, season 2 (HBO Max, June TBD)
Black Mirror, season 6 (Netflix, June TBD)

July 2023

The Horror of Delores Roach (July 7, Prime Video)
The Prank Panel (July 9, ABC)
The Afterparty, season 2 (Apple TV+, July 12)
Full Circle (Max, July 13)
Foundation, season 2 (Apple TV+, July 14)
The Summer I Turned Pretty, season 2 (July 14, Prime Video)
The Real Housewives of New York City, season 14 (Bravo, July 16)
Justified: City Primeval (FX, July 18)
Minx, season 2 (Starz, July 21)
Praise Petey (Freeform, July 21)
The Witcher, season 3, part 2 (Netflix, July 27)
Good Omens, season 2 (July 28, Prime Video)
Heels, season 2 (July 28, Starz)
Survival of the Thickest (July TBD, Netflix)
Reservation Dogs, season 3 (FX on Hulu, August 2)
Heartstopper, season 2 (Netflix, August 3)
Only Murders in the Building (Hulu, August 8)
Painkiller (Netflix, August 10)
The Upshaws, season 4 (August 17, Netflix)
Archer season 14 (August 30, FXX)
Ahsoka (Disney+, August TBA)

As for what we can look forward to in the fall and beyond, well, Lupin Season 3 is scheduled for October 3 on  Netflix. Other shows in the works without premiere dates include Bridgerton Season 3 and The Crown Season 6 on Netflix, Ironheart and Loki on Disney+ and Gen V on Prime Video!

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Memorial Day Weekend: 5 Best TV Shows to Binge-Watch



Break out the red, white, and blue because it’s Memorial Day weekend.

The holiday, honoring and remembering fallen military personnel, is typically characterized by a three-day weekend consisting of parades and outdoor grilling.

But if you’re planning to kickstart summer indoors, there are plenty of great shows and movies to binge-watch with friends, family, or even solo! 

You can opt for some Memorial Day-themed movies, or you use this time to finally get around to that “one show” you’ve been meaning to watch! Or even use this time wisely to catch up on shows that will be dropping new seasons in the next few weeks/months. 

If you’re looking around for new shows to feed your eyeballs, look no further than this list of must-watch during Memorial Day weekend shows that are all streaming RIGHT NOW! 


Manifest – Netflix

The last 10 episodes of the groundbreaking plane drama are preparing for landing on June 2, which. means that this is the perfect weekend to catch up on all this Manifest. Where did the passengers of Flight 828 go when they disappeared for 5 years? 


Sweet Magnolias – Netflix

It’s almost time to return to Serenity to catch up with your three best gal pals, Maddie, Dana Sue, and Helen. The beloved Netflix drama just announced a summer premiere, so this is your time to binge all the episodes you haven’t seen yet!


How I Met Your Father – Hulu

HIMYF, the Hilary Duff-led HIMYM spinoff, is one of the biggest sitcoms on TV right now. Along with its promising cast, it delivers a fast-paced yet quirky and hilarious storyline that makes it a breeze to watch during a long weekend. 


Cruel Summer – Freeform

Love a good mystery? So do we. And Cruel Summer, which was a breakout hit in 2021 when it dropped its first season, kept audiences on their toes right down to the last minute of the season. The first season of the drama—spanning three different summers—focused on Kate Wallis, a popular teen who goes missing, and Jeanette Turner, a dorky outlier who is accused of knowing who abducted Kate and keeping it a secret. Which one of them do we believe? Binge all seven episodes and prepare for the arrival of season 2 in June! 


The Bear – Hulu

There may be a lot happening in Jeremy Allen White’s personal life right now, but that shouldn’t deter you from enjoying Hulu’s The Bear, where he plays a young chef from the fine dining world who comes to run his family’s sandwich shop following a death in the family. There’s a lot to dig into with this one, including White’s poignant performance and an organic chemistry with the cast.


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2023 Renewal Scorecard—Which of Your Favorite Shows Are Sticking Around?



It’s hard to believe that the 2022-2023 TV season is almost over—and you can find a list of finale dates right here—but we’re already looking ahead to the upcoming primetime broadcast year. 

And that means checking whether or not your favorite shows will be joining the 2023-2024 lineup. Have they been renewed? Canceled? Or is the verdict still out? 

We’ve compiled a list of all the big network shows and broke it down for you so that you know exactly where your show stands going into the upcoming TV season. 

Check it out below—we’ll update the list as ABC, NBC, FOX, CBS, and The CW announce renewals/cancelations! 



Renewed Shows:
Abbott Elementary– Season 3
American Idol – Season 21
The Bachelor – Season 27
Celebrity Family Feud – Season 9
Claim to Fame – Season 2
Grey’s Anatomy – Season 20
Press Your Luck – Season 5
The Wonder Years – Season 2 (premieres summer)
Will Trent – Season 2
Bachelor in Paradise
The Bachelorette 
Celebrity Wheel of Fortune

Shark Tank
Not Dead Yet
The Rookie
The Good Doctor
Station 19
The Conners

The Goldbergs
Alaska Daily
Big Sky
The Company You Keep

Final Season:
A Million Little Things 

To Be Determined:
Home Economics
The Rookie: Feds




48 Hours – Season 36
60 Minutes – Season 56
The Amazing Race – Season 35
Blue Bloods – Season 14
Bob Hearts Abishola – Season 5
CSI: Vegas – Season 3
The Equalizer – through Season 4
FBI – through Season 6
FBI: International – through Season 3
FBI: Most Wanted – through Season 5
Fire Country – Season 2
Ghosts – Season 3
Lingo – Season 2
NCIS – Season 21
NCIS: Hawaii – Season 3
The Neighborhood – Season 6
So Help Me Todd – Season 2
Survivor – through Season 46
Tough as Nails – Season 5
Young Sheldon – through Season 7
S.W.A.T. – (Season 7 final – canceled and resurrected for 13 episodes)

Final Season:
NCIS: Los Angeles 

New Shows for the 2023-2024 Broadcast:
True Lies
The Never Game



Accused – Season 2
Alert: Missing Persons Unit – Season 2
Bob’s Burgers – through Season 15
Family Guy – through Season 23
The Cleaning Lady – Season 3
Accused – Season 2
Alert: Missing Persons Unit – season 2
Grimsburg – through Season 2
Krapopolis – through Season 3
The Simpsons – through Season 36
9-1-1: Lone Star (Season 5) 

The Resident

Call Me Kat
9-1-1 (renewed and moving to ABC)
Fantasy Island

To Be Determined:
The Great North
So You Think You Can Dance
Welcome to Flatch


American Auto – Season 2
Chicago Fire – Season 12
Chicago Med – Season 9
Chicago P.D. – Season 11
Grand Crew – Season 2 
La Brea – Season 3
Law & Order – Season 23 
Law & Order: Organized Crime – Season 4
Law & Order: SVU – Season 25
Magnum P.I. – Season 5 
Quantum Leap – Season 2

Night Court – Season 2
The Voice – Season 24
The Wall – Season 5
Weakest Link – Season 3

Final Season:
The Blacklist 
New Amsterdam

New Shows for the 2023-2024 Broadcast:
Found (delayed to fall)

To Be Determined:
Lopez vs. Lopez
Young Rock


The CW

All American – Season 6
Walker –

Tom Swift
Walker: Independence
Kung Fu
The Winchesters

Final Season:
The Flash 
Nancy Drew
DC’s Stargirl

To Be Determined:
All American: Homecoming
Superman & Lois 

Gotham Knights

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