The 23 most anticipated series of 2023, according to the specialized magazine Variety

Harrison Ford, Ashton Kutcher, Nicole Kidman, Pedro Pascal: the number of stars will be as wide as the streaming offer.

Thinking of 2023, of Netflixwe await the premiere dates of Beef (starring steven yeun and Ali Wong), Florida Man (with Edgar Ramirez), queen charlotte (the prequel to Bridgerton). Amazon Prime Video has not yet announced the dates of the black comedy The Consultantstarring Christopher Waltzthe sequel to The Boys, Gen Vhis long-running adaptation of the dystopian novel The Poweras well as the television version of Dead Ringers.

Apple TV + did not say when the television return of jennifer garner in the adaptation of the novel the last thing he said to menor Hulu, one of the main players for the Emmys these days, revealed when it could launch faraway downs (Hugh JackmanNicole Kidman) Y Saint Xa psychological drama about a missing girl.

Another who hides the ball is Disney+. Ahsoka, Secret Invasion Y Agatha: Coven of Chaos they will hit the menu in 2023, but no one knows when.

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis in “That 90s Show.” photo netflix

Enough of what we don’t know! Let’s get to the bone: here -according to the specialized media Variety– , the 23 pitches most anticipated that will be released in the coming months, with some kind of date available. The following list is in chronological order by release date.

Will Trent (ABC)

ABC is launching multiple dramas, including this one that follows the misadventures of special agent Will Trent. (Ramon Rodriguez), who is determined that no child will be abandoned as he was in his childhood. Premiere January 3.

Alexandra Daddario, familiar of witches.  Photo AMC

Alexandra Daddario, familiar of witches. Photo AMC

Mayfair Witches (AMC)

After the success of Interview with the Vampire arrives Mayfair Witches. The eight-episode series centers on neurosurgeon Rowan Fielding (Alexandra Daddario), who must find a balance in her life after learning that she is the heir to a family of witches. Premiere January 8.

The poster of the animated series about the character of "Scooby Doo".  HBO photo

The poster of the animated series about the character of “Scooby-Doo”. HBO photo

Velma (HBO Max)

One of the most talked about animated shows of the year, Velma, tells the origin story of Velma Dinkley from Scooby Doo, one of the brains of the Mystery Inc. gang. Velma will also explore her sexual preferences. Will it be the return of the heterosexuals? Premiere January 12.

Pedro Pascal and Nico Parker in "The Last of Us".  HBO photo

Pedro Pascal and Nico Parker in “The Last of Us.” HBO photo

​The Last of Us (HBO)

The 2013 game became a huge hit with fans and critics alike, selling more than 20 million copies and spawning a “Part II” release, so it’s no surprise HBO is hoping the series will make the same noise It all takes place 20 years after civilization has been destroyed, following the survivor Joel (Pedro Pascahe). Premiere January 15.

That ’90s Show (Netflix)

Netflix is ​​capitalizing on nostalgia with its spin-off That ’70s Show. The update of the popular sitcom takes place in 1995 and follows the daughter of Eric and Donna (Topher Grace and Laura Prepon). Played by Callie Haverda, Leia Forman gets to know Point Place, Wisconsin as she visits her grandparents, Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp) and Red (Kurtwood Smith). Besides Grace and Prepon, the original stars Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis and Wilmer Valderrama they will also appear in the 10-episode multi-camera comedy. Premiere January 19.

Wolf Pack (Paramount+)

Attention fans of Buffy, Sarah Michelle Gellar He returns to the supernatural world, but this time, he won’t fight the vampires… yet. Based on the book series by edo van belkom, Wolf Pack follows a new generation of werewolves who are discovered during a California wildfire. Premiere January 26.

poker face (peacock)

With Rian Johnson and Natasha Lyonne. Charlie can always tell when someone is lying, a skill he helps when he encounters one bizarre criminal after another. The long list of guest stars includes Adrien BrodyChloë Sevigny, Ron Pearlman, Lil Rel Howery and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, among others. Premiere January 26.

Harrison Ford, at 80, stars in a new series.  Photo Apple TV+

Harrison Ford, at 80, stars in a new series. Photo Apple TV+

​Shrinking (AppleTV+)

Bill Lawrence, Brett Goldstein, Jason Segel, and Harrison Ford are behind this 10-episode comedy, so it’s almost impossible to imagine that it won’t be a hit. In a perfect cast, Ford plays Dr. Phil Rhodes, a smart and strict therapist who specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy and was recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s. Premieres January 27.

The Watchful Eye (Freeform)

The Watchful Eye follow the adventures of Elena Santos (Mariel Molino), a young woman who manages to get a job as a nanny for a wealthy Manhattan family. Quickly, she not only learns about the family’s past, but she also discovers the mysteries and hidden motives of those inside the building. Premieres January 30.

Freeridge (Netflix)

A year has passed since the spin-off of On My Block, but now fans can return to the Freeridge neighborhood of Los Angeles. It is a coming-of-age comedy that follows a group of four “cursed” friends. The eight-episode series will include cameos by some of the cast of On My Block. Premiere on February 2.

Other releases planned for 2023:Dear Edward (Apple TV+), Not Dead Yet (ABC), Hello Tomorrow! (Apple TV+), The Company You Keep (ABC)founded (NBC), White House Plumbers (HBO)Daisy Jones and the Six (First Video)Love and Death (HBO Max), mrs davis (peacock), Tiny Beautiful Things (Hulu), Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies (Paramount+), Fatal Attraction (Paramount+)y Justified: City Primeval (FX).


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The 23 most anticipated series of 2023, according to the specialized magazine Variety