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The 10 TV Shows To Look Forward To In 2023

2023 is poised to be a bumper year for TV. From the juggernauts that are set to return, to the brand new hard-hitting dramas and literary adaptations that are due to dominate water cooler conversations, these are the 10 upcoming shows worth cancelling plans for.

You: Season 4 (9 February)

Penn Badgley’s murderous stalker Joe Goldberg decamps to London for Netflix’s latest instalment of Sera Gamble’s outlandish psychological chiller, with Lukas Gage, Charlotte Ritchie, Tilly Keeper, Aidan Cheng and Stephen Hagan playing his potential new victims.

Daisy Jones & The Six (3 March)

Taylor Jenkins Reid’s bestseller, which follows a Fleetwood Mac-esque band’s rise to the top of the LA music scene in the ’70s, becomes an Amazon Prime series featuring Sam Claflin, Camila Morrone, Suki Waterhouse, and Riley Keough as the ethereal titular frontwoman.

Succession: Season 4 (expected spring 2023)

Shiv (Sarah Snook) finally confronting Tom (Matthew Macfadyen), Logan (Brian Cox) selling to Lukas Mattson (Alexander Skarsgård), Greg (Nicholas Braun) jostling for prominence – there’s so much to look forward to in the next portion of Jesse Armstrong’s HBO epic.

And Just Like That: Season 2 (expected summer 2023)

Darren Star’s addictive, divisive HBO reboot, which reunited Sex and the City’s Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte (Kristin Davis) in their fifties, will see them continue their adventures, with more questionable love interests in tow.

Yellowjackets: Season 2 (expected 2023)

Did the football team at the heart of Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson’s twisty HBO thriller really resort to cannibalism? And who is the eerie antler queen? Juliette Lewis, Melanie Lynskey, Tawny Cypress and Christina Ricci are coming back to (hopefully) answer our burning questions.

The Idol (expected 2023)

With its hallucinatory visuals, breakneck editing and copious drug use, this high-octane HBO love story between a cult leader (The Weeknd) and a pop star (Lily-Rose Depp), co-created by Sam Levinson, could very well be the new Euphoria. Look out for Blackpink’s Jennie, too.

Bridgerton: Season 3 (expected 2023)

Under the exacting eye of Jess Brownell, the deliciously frothy, candy-coloured Netflix period drama’s third outing will focus on Penelope (Nicola Coughlan) and Colin’s (Luke Newton) slow-burning romance, and Kate (Simone Ashley) and Anthony’s (Jonathan Bailey) honeymoon period.

Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story (expected 2023)

Shonda Rhimes herself has penned this eight-part Netflix spin-off tracking the teenage years of the formidable monarch, as embodied by the fresh-faced India Amarteifio. She falls for the young King George (Corey Mylchreest) and together they transform 18th-century society.

Masters of the Air (expected 2023)

The impressive cast of John Orloff and Graham Yost’s Apple TV+ blockbuster about US air force pilots during World War II includes Austin Butler, Callum Turner, Ncuti Gatwa and Barry Keoghan, while episodes will be directed by the likes of Cary Joji Fukunaga and Dee Rees.

The Power (expected 2023)

Naomi Alderman adapts her own electrifying novel – which imagines a world in which women suddenly gain the power to hurt or even kill simply with their fingertips – into a nuanced study of gender dynamics for Amazon Prime, with Toni Collette and Daniela Vega in starring roles.

This article was originally published on Vogue UK.

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