The biggest new and returning TV shows coming in 2023
Ask just about anybody and they’ll tell you that the world of television is a lot to keep up with these days.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch season 2
Clone Force 99 is back for another adventure in The Bad Batch season 2, which takes place months after the events on Kamino from season 1.
Not only will we see how the gang solves a season-long mystery and come together as a squad, but Velma also gets to explore ...
...the romantic tension between almost every pairing with a “love quadrangle” between our favorite animated detectives.
The case-of-the-week series stars Natasha Lyonne as Charlie Cale, a woman who travels the country and solves crimes using her mysterious ability to tell when people are lying.
Lockwood & Co.
A detective thriller about teenage ghost hunters from the writer-director of Attack the Block?
Party Down season 3
We’ve seen some of the new season, and while we can’t say much yet, we can say: Party Down is absolutely back.
Agatha: Coven of Chaos
She was trapped in Westview as Agnes, her normal next-door neighbor alter-ego.
Babylon Berlin season 4
Perhaps nothing speaks to the anticipation of this show more than this: Babylon Berlin season 4 was supposed to be a 2022 property ...
...(and in Germany it was; congrats, guys!). So what happened to Gereon and Charlotte after that tumultuous fall of 1929?
You guys, we are getting more Clone High in 2023.
Gen V, the new spinoff to the R-rated superhero dramedy, will answer that question. The show takes place in Godolkin University, a Vought International university for suped-up teenagers.
The show stars Jaz Sinclair, Lizze Broadway, Sean Patrick Thomas, Chance Perdomo, and Patrick Schwarzenegger.
3 show of the year, and for good reason: My colleague Zosha Millman described it as “a high-wire act, a series of plates spinning atop sticks and staying perfectly balanced.” With compelling production ...
...design, a game cast asked to deliver difficult dual performances, and a bizarre premise that nevertheless hits close to home, Severance is an ambitious show that ended with a bang last spring.