The best shows coming soon to TV and streaming services

2023 is shaping up to be an exciting year for TV. Our emotions have already been through the wringer our end And we have witnessed the end happy valleyAnd we’re only partially through 2023. Here’s our guide to the best upcoming TV shows.

As networks and streaming services compete for your hard-earned subscription fees, there’s no shortage of TV shows to binge on this year. Among them are crime capers The White House Plumberwith vengeful nuns Mrs. Davis and its return legacy So, from Netflix binges to weekly viewing, here are some TV shows we can’t wait to tune into this year.

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Mrs. Davis (Peacock)

It’s been a pretty bonkers year for the silver screen so far. We saw the bear in cocaine, a Knock on the cabin A film about doors and a plane that is inexplicably told plain. The wild plot of 2023 may be preserved Mrs. Davis, though, is a show that pits a bad-ass monk against an AI in an absurd battle for survival and control. New show from missing And the remainder‘ Creators Damon Lindelof and Tara Hernandez, Mrs. Davis Looks set to be a delightfully unserious romp.

Release date: April 20

Love and Death (Max, ITVX)

There are certain stars whose names you just know you’re in for a masterpiece when you see them in the credits. Philip Seymour Hoffman is one, Tilda Swinton is another. Into that category falls Jesse Plemons, who will soon star opposite WandaVision’s Elizabeth Olsen. love and death. A quiet Texas suburb rocked by an ax murder in the 1980s, love and death By David E. Kelly (big lie, predicament) and directed by Leslie Linka Glatter, best known for homeland.

Release date: April 27

The Citadel (Amazon Prime Video)

A spy agency has collapsed, and its agents’ minds have been erased. The fall of the organization known as Citadel created a power vacuum that a ruthless crime syndicate was more than happy to fill. A city must fight for its morality…but will it succeed? Starring Richard Madden, who burst onto TV screens in 2018 as war veteran David Budd bodyguardPriyanka Chopra, and everyone’s favorite Italian chef Stanley Tucci, The Citadel Amazon Prime Video’s next big-budget epic.

Release date: April 28

White House Plumber (Max)

Watergate was the biggest scandal in political history. So much so that any public debate will probably forever be referred to as ‘something-or-other-door’. But despite countless references to Nixon on TV and in movies, the former president’s own political detractors, E. Howard Hunt and G. Less is known about how Gordon Liddy accidentally botched the whole thing. The White House Plumber Documenting this true event in a comedy-drama caper, Woody Harrelson and Justin Theroux star as the titular slapstick Spice.

Release date: May 1

Black Mirror (Netflix)

Think technology isn’t so bad? Well…think again. No doubt anyone reading this is familiar black mirror Base by now. A normal life + spooky phone/computer/VR = good show. in truth black mirror Fashion, we don’t quite know exactly what’s going to happen until we see it (and even then, we might not be sure). But for now, we have a pretty stellar cast to get excited about. Weird Romcom Dear John Hannah, atlantaIts Jazzy Beatz, Aaron Paul, Josh Hartnett (yes, The Josh Hartnett), the industryof Myha’la Herrold, Rory Culkin of legacy And the ‘Culkin Family’ fame and more will pop up across the board.

Release date: June

The Days (Netflix)

the days A Netflix Japan show is coming to the UK this summer. Set amid the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima nuclear plant, following the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, the days Shows how events are folded from the perspective of government and corporate interests, as well as those who put their lives on the line to help control the disaster.

Described by Netflix as a ‘dark and understated’ drama, the cast includes well-known Japanese stars Koji Yakusho and Kaoru Kobayashi, who later provided the dubbed voice for President Bartlet in the Japanese release. The West Wing.

Release date: June 1

Gen V (Prime Video)

Prime Video fans runaway gorefest the boys Glad to hear we’re getting a superhero origin story General VWhich is almost a version American Pie If only Quentin Tarantino was the director. General V Held at America’s only college for teenage superheroes. With this comes the dramatics of age, awkwardness and ‘finding yourself’ that one might expect, but with the added risk of accidentally slicing into pieces during fresher’s week.

Release Date: 7 July 2023 (rumored)

True Detective – Season 4 (Maximum)

A true detective Can be a little hit and miss, but there’s something about this terrific series that keeps us coming back. And with Jodie Foster playing a cop on the barren Alaskan plains in the fourth series of this crime thriller, we’re ready to dive in and possibly be disappointed again. Joined by his partner, played by Kali Reiss, Foster is tasked with investigating the disappearance of eight people who simply disappeared into the cold, dark night. Will we see a Silence of the Lambs-esque performance from Foster? Here is hope.

Release date: 2023

M. Son of the Century (Now TV, Sky)

TV show 2023

There is no shortage of wartime epics from American and British perspectives. Band of Brothers, Catch 22, The Man in the High Castle, calm down, we could go. eight parts The child of the century MHowever, a TV drama will show Italy’s wartime role Based on the novel by Antonio Scurati, BAFTA-winner Joe Wright (Darkest Hour, atonement, Cyrano) and written by Stefano Byses (Gomorrah), The child of the century M Depicts the rise of fascism in Italy and Mussolini’s rise to power with it.

Release Date: TBA, 2023

Mr. and Mrs. Smith (Prime Video)

TV show 2023

Back to the original story of Brengenlinna, Mr. and Mrs. Smith (upcoming TV series) based on the same story as Pitt and Jolie’s 2005 spy caper. But this time, Donald Glover (AKA Childish Gambino) and Maya Erskine, the hilariously absurd stars. PEN15, star as the title couple. throw I May Destroy You Writer and actress Michaela Coel in the mix, and we have a very exciting show to look forward to.

Release Date: TBA, 2023

Bodies (Netflix)

TV show 2023

Stephen Graham. He is an English actor. National treasure. Master of grim drama and now, star of crime epic dead body Based on the 2015 graphic novel of the same name, dead body Follows four detectives in four different eras who are all investigating a murder under similar circumstances. The catch is that whether 1890s1940, 2010 or a post-apocalyptic 2050, the victim is always the same person.

Release Date: TBA, 2023

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