It is certainly not easy to keep up with all the new releases that invade the streaming platforms in Italy every month (not to mention the movie at the cinema). We try to give you a little help by publishing monthly articles with all the news arriving on Netflix, Prime Videos, Disney+, Paramount+, Apple TV+, Sky and Infinity+.
But we realize that the time that each of us can dedicate to watching TV series is limited, so it is inevitable to have to make a careful choice based on your preferences. So we took a while to scour the web – just like we do to hunt down the free previews and promotions to go to the cinema for free (unfortunately they are scarce during the holidays!) – to write a list (always updated) with all the most interesting TV series that will be released during 2023.
We’ll try to be as objective as possible but don’t blame us if we haven’t included your favorite series. Maybe you can report it on Facebook or instagram so we can add it and share it with the community. Now no more talk and let’s get started right away!
The Last of Us
January 16th (adventure, horror – Sky Atlantic)
The series with Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey, based on the famous Playstation video game, is undoubtedly among the most anticipated titles of 2023. The story takes place twenty years after the destruction of modern civilization. The protagonists are a survivor, Joel (Pascal), who is tasked with breaking out the young Ellie (Ramsey) from a quarantine area. He awaits them on a dangerous and brutal journey across the United States, in which they will have to rely on each other to survive.
Call My Agent – Italy
20 th January (comedy – Sky Series)
Call My Agent – Italy is the all-Italian remake of the cult French series “Dix pour cent”. The series is set in a famous Roman entertainment agency, whose numerous partners are grappling with the careers of the greatest actors and directors of Italian cinema: Paola Cortellesi, Paolo Sorrentino, Pierfrancesco Favino, Anna Ferzetti, Matilda De Angelis, Stefano Accorsi and Corrado Guzzanti, all called upon to interpret themselves in a comic key.
January 26th (crime – Peacock)
The director of glass onion, Rian Johnsondirects for the first time a TV series, Pokerface. The 10-episode long show stars Natasha Lyonne as Charlie Cale, a woman who travels the country and solves crimes using her ability to tell when people are lying. The series boasts an impressive roster of guest stars, including Adrian Brody, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Cherry Jones, Tim Meadows, Nick Nolte, Rhea Perlman, Ron Perlman and many more.
January 27th (comedy – Apple TV+)
Shrinking it’s the new one comedy series in 10 episodes created by Jason Segel together with Bill Lawrence and Brett Goldstein starring Harrison Ford. The series follows a grieving therapist who begins to break the rules and tell his patients exactly what he thinks. With no regard for her education or his ethics, he finds himself dramatically and tumultuous in changing people’s lives, including his.
Lockwood & Co.
January 27th (fantasy – Netflix)
Lockwood & Co. is a new supernatural ghost hunting series based on the novels by Jonathan Stroud. The 8-episode long TV series, written and directed by Joe Cornishwill tell the first part of the story of Lucy Carlyle (played by Ruby Stokes), Anthony Lockwood (Cameron Chapman) and George Cubbins (Ali Hadji-Heshmati), three boys engaged in chasing away spirits from the streets of a gloomy London.
February 17th (dramedy – Apple TV+)
Set in a retro-future, “Hello Tomorrow!” is a 10-episode dramedy series that tells the story of a group of traveling salesmen who sell lunar timeshare. Billy Crudup plays Jack, a salesman of great talent and ambition, whose unwavering faith in a better tomorrow can inspire colleagues and corroborate desperate customers, but also threatens to leave him dangerously lost in his own dream.
February 24th (thrillers – Prime Video)
When a new consultant, Regus Patoff (Christoph Waltz), is hired to improve the business of the CompWare gambling company, employees are faced with new demands and challenges that put everything into question… even their own lives. The series created by Tony Basgallop consists of 8 episodes.
The Mandalorian (S3)
March 1st (fantasy – Disney+)
The new episodes of The Mandalorian will follow up on the events that saw the Mandalorian as protagonists played by Pedro Pascal and the child renamed Baby Yoda in the spin-off The Book of Boba Fett.
THE SERIES WITHOUT AN OFFICIAL DATE
Spring (spy, thriller – Disney+)
Secret Invasion is a Marvel Studios spy thriller series starring Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury and Ben Mendelsohn into those of the Skrull shapeshifter Talos. The unusual pair will have to face a faction of Skrulls who have infiltrated Earth.
Spring (drama – Sky)
The fourth season (10 episodes) of Successionthe cult HBO series created by Jesse Armstrong, will further explore the themes of power and family dynamics through the eyes of media mogul Logan Roy (Brian Cox) and her four children, Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Siobhan (Sarah Snook), Roman (Kieran Culkin) and Connor (Alan Ruck).
- Loki (season 2, Disney+)
- Ahsoka (Disney+)
- Masters of the Air (Apple TV+)
- Ted Lasso (season 3, Apple TV+)
- Split (season 2, Apple TV+)
- Dostoevsky (Sky)
- True Detective: Night Country (Sky)
- Django – The Series (Sky)
- Supersex (Netflix)
- Squid Game (season 2, Netflix)
- The Witcher (season 3, Netflix)
- The Crown (season 6, Netflix)
- Citadel (First Videos)
- Gen V (First Videos)
- Fallout (First Videos)
- The Continental (Peacock)
- 1923 (Paramount+)
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