New TV shows to watch in 2023
By Lauren Chalouhi, Editor-in-chief, The Pawprint
With the new year already starting, many tv shows are being released! With either them being released in parts or all new shows. There are many places to find great TV shows like Netflix, Hulu, Apple TV+. Disney+. These are the top 10 TV shows releasing this upcoming year.
1.The Last Of Us (HBO)
A feared smuggler teams up with a young protégé to complete the assignment successfully after being tasked with escorting a teenager across a post-apocalyptic world.
2. Hello Tomorrow! (February 17, Apple TV+)
In a retro-futuristic society, charming salesperson Jack Billings is in charge of a group of colleagues who are all out to improve the lives of their clients by selling timeshares on the moon. Billy Crudup, an Emmy winner from The Morning Show, is the star of the show about selling timeshares on the moon.
3. The Consultant (February 24, Prime Video)
Employees at the app-based game company CompWare encounter new expectations and obstacles that call everything into question, including their lives, when a new consultant, Regus Patoff, is hired to improve the company’s operations.
4. Party Down (February 24, Starz)
Six Hollywood wannabe actors and writers work for an upscale Los Angeles catering business to try to make ends meet while following their acting and writing goals. Each episode’s event is catered, such as a senior singles mixer or a Super Sweet 16 party.
5. You Part 2
Joe Goldberg decides to move to London, and change his name to Jonathan Moore. He takes a position as a professor at a prestigious university in an effort to put an end to his murderous tendencies. He is dedicated to not murdering anyone else, but all changes when a murderer starts targeting citizens of the city. The killer, who the media nicknames the “Eat The Rich Killer,” preys on Joe’s rich social circle. Also, Joe is being blamed for the attacks because the murderer knows who he really is. The TV show left on a cliffhanger and will be out to answer all our questions on March 9.
6. City on Fire (May 12, Apple TV+)
A student from NYU gets shot in Central Park. There are no witnesses, no physical evidence, and Samantha is alone. She leaves to see someone even though her friends’ band is playing at her favorite downtown club and makes a promise to come back. She doesn’t. Samantha is found to be the key link connecting a series of mysterious citywide fires, the downtown music scene, and a wealthy uptown real estate family who are suffering under the weight of the many secrets they hold while the crime against her is investigated.
7. Secret Invasion (2023 TBA, Disney+)
While there isn’t much information on the upcoming marvel show, the plot revolves around the nefarious Skrulls, alien shapeshifters we originally saw in the Marvel Cinematic Universe through Captain Marvel, invading planet Earth. Disney and Marvel have yet to announce a firm release date for the science fiction thriller, although the promotion for the series began last year.
8. The Idol (2023 TBA, HBO)
Jocelyn (Lily-Rose Depp), an aspiring pop idol, will be the focus of the series. She decides to reclaim her title as the prettiest pop star in America after having a nervous breakdown that forces her last tour to be canceled, and she starts a complicated relationship with a self-help guru and the leader of a modern cult (The Weeknd)
9. The Big Door Prize (2023 TBA, Apple TV+)
When a strange machine shows up and claims to expose everyone’s actual potential, a tiny town is changed forever. Soon, citizens begin changing careers, reevaluating relationships, and challenging traditional beliefs.
10. Beef (2023 TBA, Netflix)
A couple (Steven Yeun and Ali Wong) are involved in a road rage accident in the dramatic comedy Beef, and the incident and its consequences gradually begin to take over their thoughts.
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