10 shows we can’t wait for
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National Streaming Day is May 20, and to celebrate this year’s holiday, we’re rounding up the 10 most anticipated TV releases of 2023. We’re looking at new series and new seasons of the hottest shows on the air right now from our favorite streaming networks like Hulu, Disney+, Amazon Prime and more.
From the latest Marvel series to the newest season of “The Bear,” here are the 10 TV releases we’re most looking forward to in 2023.
1. ‘The Idol’ – June 4 on Max
Starring Lily-Rose Depp and The Weeknd, “The Idol” is poised to be HBO’s hottest new series. The show airs on June 4 on the newly released Max streaming service (which launches May 23). It follows pop star Jocelyn (Depp) in the aftermath of a nervous breakdown as she tries to regain her fame—and favor—in the public’s eye.
Stream on Max
2. ‘The Crowded Room’ – June 9 on Apple TV+
Tom Holland stars in Apple TV+’s newest series “The Crowded Room,” which drops June 9. The psychological thriller follows Danny Sullivan (Holland), a man in the ’70s who’s been accused of a crime he claims he didn’t commit. The series will be 10 episodes, with the first three dropping on June 9.
Stream on Apple TV+
3. ‘Outlander’ season 7 – June 16 on Starz
“Outlander” remains one of the most popular TV series of the decade, and this June, you can catch season 7, which debuts on Starz. The series follows the life and relationship of Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) and Claire Fraser (Caitriona Balfe), a couple who find themselves in different time periods and adjust to the eras and struggles within. Season 7 will be 16 episodes divided into two parts.
Stream on Starz
4. ‘The Bear’ season 2 – June 22 on Hulu
Season one of “The Bear” was a standout hit on Hulu, and this June, you can catch season two. The series follows chef Carmy Berzatto (Jeremy Allen White) as he runs his family’s Chicago-based sandwich shop. “The Bear” has won a number of awards since its premiere—including a Best Actor Golden Globe for its star—and was responsible for hundreds of people suddenly responding “Yes, Chef!” during work calls.
Stream on Hulu
5. ‘What We Do In The Shadows’ season 5 – July 13 on FX
FX’s smash comedy hit “What We Do In The Shadows” comes back for its fifth season this July. Episodes premiere on FX, then hit Hulu the following morning. Little is known about the newest season’s plot, but we can expect the full gang to return—we’re just not sure yet whether Guillermo (Harvey Guillén) will return as a human or vampire.
Stream on Hulu
6. ‘Good Omens’ season 2 – July 28 on Amazon Prime
Amazon Prime’s “Good Omens” returns for season two this July. Season one of the series was based on the novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, so fans are eager to see where the plot goes after the conclusion of the book. “Good Omens” stars David Tennant and Michael Sheen who play a demon and angel, respectively, and seek to save the world from an oncoming Apocalypse.
Stream on Prime Video
7. ‘Ahsoka’ – August 31 on Disney+
Dave Filoni’s “Ahsoka” series is one of the most anticipated new releases of the year among “Star Wars” fans. The new show will follow Ahsoka (Rosario Dawson) as she tracks down Grand Admiral Thrawn (Lars Mikkelsen) and (hopefully) reunites the former “Rebels” crew, including Sabine Wren (Natasha Liu Bordizzo), Ezra Bridger (Eman Esfandi) and Hera Syndulla (Mary Elizabeth Winstead). The series premiers in late summer on Disney+.
Stream on Disney+
8. ‘Loki’ – October 6 on Disney+
This week, Marvel announced that “Loki” will be returning for a second season this fall on Disney+. The first season was regarded as one of the best Marvel projects to hit the silver screen, so fans are eagerly awaiting the newest installment. Few details are available about the new season, but we know Tom Hiddleston will make his return as the titular character.
Stream on Disney+
9. ‘All the Light We Cannot See’ – November 2 on Netflix
Based on the bestselling novel, the series “All the Light We Cannot See” is one of the year’s most anticipated novel adaptations. Starring Mark Ruffalo, Aria Mia Loberti and Louis Hofmann, the limited series will follow the plot of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, which follows the lives of two young adults whose lives intersect during World War II.
Stream on Netflix
10. ‘Agatha: Coven of Chaos’ – Winter on Disney+
Kathryn Hahn reprises her role of Agatha Harkness from 2021’s “WandaVision.” The plot details have not yet been announced, but several cast members have been announced, including Isabelle Furhman, Aubrey Plaza and Patti LuPone. Disney recently announced the series would premiere this winter on Disney+.
Stream on Disney+
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