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The Best Shows Coming In 2023 That Will Be Your New Obsession

-- After a year of great TV, we have even more to look forward to

There is nothing relatively like winding down with a gripping television series after a day at work or using Sunday gloamings to catch up on shows from your watchlist.

And in 2022, there was a plenitude of options to choose from. From must-watch new series like The Bear, Severance and Bad Sisters to the return of cult series like The White Lotus which this time dislocated from Hawaii to Sicily- Bridgerton and Euphoria, there was no deficit of good idiot box to get stuck into.

But noway sweat, 2023 is set to be no different with brand new instigative shows with miscellaneous casts formerly verified( Fleishman Is In Trouble, Secret Invasion, and Queen Charlotte) and the return of some of our true favorites. Race, Top Boy, and You're all anticipated to return in 2023 too.

Whether you are after a dark plot, a glamorous period drama, mind-blowing action, or feel-good fun, take a scroll through out companion to the stylish television shows to anticipate in 2023.

1: Welcome To the Chippendales - Disney Plus




The mind-blowing story of the formation of one of the most notorious manly stripping groups is told in Welcome To The Chippendales. Kumail Nanjiani stars as Chippendales author Somen “ Steve ” Banerjee.

Release Date: January 11, 2023.

 2: You Season 4 – Netflix



The next instalment chronicling the creepy happenings of serial killer Joe Goldberg arrives in two parts this Spring.

Release Date: February 9 and March 9, 2023.

3: Fleishman Is In Trouble - Disney Plus    



Grounded on the book of the same name by journalist Taffy Brodesser- Akner, the television adaption tells the story of Fleishman( Jesse Eisenberg) who's forced to defy how he ended up separated, playing the field and single parenthood with his two children when his ex-wife( Claire Danes) goes missing.

Release Date: February 22, 2023.

4. Daisy Jones and the Six - Prime Video



Based on the novel by Taylor Jenkins Reid which follows a fictional rock band through their ups and downs in the 1970s. Largely thought to be based on Fleetwood Mac, the series has an all-star cast including Sam Claflin, Riley Keough and Suki Waterhouse and is a product of Reese Witherspoon's Hello Sunshine production company.

Release Date: March 3, 2023

5. Succession Season Four - Sky/NOW

One of the biggest shows on television is back in 2023 and after that incredibly tense final occasion of season three, we cannot stay to see what is in store for the fourth season.

This season, shown on HBO, sees the Roy children deal with the fate of uniting as one and going against their father, Logan Roy.

Release: Spring 2023.

6. Tiny Beautiful Things - Disney +

Based on Cheryl Strayed's bestselling book about a woman who 'reluctantly' becomes an advice columnist while struggling with her own personal life. Kathryn Hahn stars while Reese Witherspoon executive produces - what a combination!

Release Date: Spring 2023.

7. The Idol - Sky/NOW

Previously scheduled for a 2022 release, but now pushed back to 2023 is Euphoria creator Sam Levinson's latest work for HBO, The Idol starring Lily-Rose Depp and The Weeknd (Abel Tesfaye).

Release Date: 2023

8. Queen Charlotte – Netflix

Shonda Rhimes has returned to writing for Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, a prequel of the 'ton we've come to know and love which explores the early life of Queen Charlotte (played by Golda Roushevel in the Bridgerton series) as well as other notable characters like Lady Danbury (Adjoa Andoh) and Violet Bridgerton (Ruth Gemmell).

Release Date: 2023

9. Three Women

Based on the bestselling, conversation-dominating book by Lisa Taddeo, who told the real-life story of three women - and the relationships they've held throughout their lives - from across the USA. Shailene Woodley plays a fictional Taddeo in the series, which so far does not have a confirmed release date or channel in the UK.

Release Date: 2023.

10. Next In Fashion Season 2 - Netflix

Finally, after three years, Next in Fashion will be returning to our screens. The show had been canceled after a 10-episode run, but to our surprise, it's now back. Gigi Hadid will be joining Tan France in finding the next major US fashion designer.

Release Date: TBC 2023

11. Abbott Elementary Season 2 - Disney +

The second series of Quinta Brunson's award-winning brilliant fly-on-the-wall mockumentary about an extremely passionate primary school teacher working in a Philadelphia public school returns next year.

Release Date: 2023.

12. Great Expectations – BBC

Oscar winner Olivia Colman takes on the iconic character of Miss Havisham in Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight's adaptation of the famed Charles Dickens novel. Shalom Brune-Franklin plays Estella and Fionn Whitehead takes on the role of Pip.

Release Date: 2023

13. Sex Education Series 4 – Netflix

The fourth installment of Sex Education is expected to land in 2023. We last saw Maeve and Otis contemplate their future when Maeve wins a place on a study abroad scheme in the United States, which is being taught by her tutor by Thomas - played by Dan Levy who joins the cast.

The hugely popular Netflix show - which has been praised for its realistic and inclusive narratives around sex - started filming on the fourth series this Autumn so fingers crossed it arrives next year.

Release Date: Expected in 2023.

14. Top Boy Season 3 – Netflix

The hugely successful east London-set crime drama is set to end with its third season - or fifth if you're counting the original - which we can likely expect in 2023, judging by the fact the cast and crew began filming this year.

Release Date: Expected in 2023.

15. Secret Invasion - Disney +

The latest addition to the MCU is Secret Invasion, which follows S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Nick Fury (Samuel L Jackson) - best known from Captain Marvel. Joining Jackson are other regular Marvel actors like Cobie Smulders and Martin Freeman as well as new intakes to the MCU, Olivia Colman and Emilia Clarke.

Release Date: 2023

16. A Small Light - Disney +

This powerful limited series will chronicle Miep (Bel Powley) and Jan Gies (Joe Cole), who hid their friends, the Frank family in a secret annexe behind a bookcase when they were escaping Nazi persecution. Miep later found Anne Frank's diary - which later became one of the world's most famous memoirs - following her murder.

Release Date: 2023

17. The Crown Season 6 – Netflix

After three rounds of Queens, princes, and princesses, The Crown will finally end with season six which - having followed the release patterns of previous seasons - is expected to release in the Autumn of 2023. The series will pick up in the late 1990s and will follow the British family into the early 2000s, reportedly including the time when Prince William met Kate Middleton at St Andrew's university.

Release Date: Expected in 2023