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Now that the new year is in full swing, TV networks and DSPs are rolling out new content for the general public. In 2023, not only will TV’s favorite shows return, but new shows will debut that have the potential to become tomorrow’s staples.
Breakout hits last February bel air Back to Peacock.In the cliffhanger season finale, many stones were left unturned and Will’s love and loyalty to his family were never in doubt: this reimagined version of his NBC Fresh Prince of Bel Air Focusing on strong themes like classism, racism and substance abuse, it has grown to be one of the best shows of 2022. snowfall FX first appearance. For five years, we’ve been watching the rise of Franklin Saint’s (Damson Idris) empire, but now that his family has been torn apart, his future seems more uncertain than ever.
Marvel will have a major presence in the digital space in 2023. Alongside many successful films, you’ll also find Black Her shows such as: iron heart, Ahsoka, secret invasion Plus, it’ll all hit Disney+ by the end of the year.animated moon girl and devil dinosaur premieres on February 10 and features Lunella, Marvel’s first African-American teenage girl superhero.
from Harem To Queen Charlotte: The Story of BridgertonHere are the shows you can’t miss this year.
Truth Spoken (1/20), Apple TV+
apple tv tell the truth Starring Academy Award winners Octavia Spencer and Gabrielle Union. Season 3 of the NAACP Image Award-winning series debuts on Friday, January 20 with the first episode, followed by one new episode every Friday thereafter.
Defendant (1/22), Fox
Fox is twilight zone This year’s concept is defendantThe show explores the cases of people in legal danger. The 15-episode series stars a different performer each week in a tale of crime and punishment and features a cast of stars including Wendell His Pierce.
1619 Project (1/26), Hulu
1619 Project Coming to the small screen as a six-part documentary series from host Nikole Hannah-Jones and The New York Times Magazine, the first publication of 2019, a quest to “reconstruct” American history and places through books and podcasts. continues. The consequences of slavery and the contribution of blacks to the very heart of America’s national narrative.”
harem (2/3), prime video
From Writer Tracy Oliver, Season 2 Harem After Camille blew her career and disrupted her love life, she must now find a way to put the pieces back together. Quinn embarks on a journey of self-discovery. And Angie’s career takes a promising turn.
Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (2/10), Disney+
moon girl and devil dinosaur is based on the hit Marvel comics and is all about Lunella, Marvel’s first African-American teenage girl superhero. Diamond White as Renella Lafayette, Fred Tatasciore as Devil Dinosaur, Libe Bearer as Casey, Alfre Woodard as Mimi, Sacir Zamata as Adria, Jermaine Fowler as James Jr. Gary Anthony Williams plays Pops, and executive producer Lawrence Fishburne plays Beyonder. .
Snowfall (2/22), FX
snowfall‘s highly anticipated sixth and final season premieres on February 22 with the first two episodes of the 10-episode installment. After Damson Idris stars as Franklin Saint and Louis and Jerome decide to do their own thing, the Saint Family empire descends into uncertain times.
Bel Air (2/23), Peacock
A drama series that serves as a sitcom reimagined Fresh Prince of Bel Air It will return for a second season in February. Season 2 picks up after the emotional season 1 finale where Will talks to his father (Marlon Wayans) for the first time in 13 years.
Iron Heart (Autumn/Winter 2023), Disney+
After debut Black Panther: Wakanda ForeverDominic Thorne will return to the MCU and star in her own series, iron heartThis child prodigy made his name in the movies by building his own Iron Man suit and building a machine that could detect vibranium under the seafloor.
Ahsoka (TBA), Disney+
Ahsoka Tano makes her debut Star wars: clone warsand the character made his live-action debut in the second season mandalorian, played by Rosario Dawson. Dawson will reprise his role in Ahsoka, set to launch in 2023 on Disney+.
Idol (TBA), HBO Max
Singer-songwriter Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye teams up with Euphoria creator Sam Levinson for a TV about a pop star named Jocelyn who falls from the top of the charts and joins a cult led by a man named Tedros. I am making a program. Idol It will premiere on HBO Max later this year.
Secret Invasion (Early 2023), Disney+
Starring the incomparable Samuel L. Jackson, Marvel’s secret invasion It’s the story of shape-shifting Skrulls trying to infiltrate every hall of power in the world and undermine the Guardians before they see them coming.
Big Cigar (TBA), Apple TV
Big Cigar is the chronicle of Black Panther founder Huey P. Newton, who is wanted by the FBI. moonlightof Andre Holland. With the help of his friend and Easy Rider producer Bert Schneider, he is trying to get him to Cuba. Alongside Holland, it stars Moses Ingram, Glynn Turman, Tiffany Boone, and Noah Emmerich.
Black Cake (TBD), Hulu
Based on the 2022 book by Charmaine Wilkerson, this drama unfolds in the wake of the death of a widow named Eleanor Bennett. Bennett’s two estranged children, Byron and Benny, are left with a flash her drive filled with the never-before-told stories of their mother’s journey from the Caribbean to America.
Queen Charlotte: The Bridgerton Story (TBA), Netflix
Golda Rochevel will return to her iconic role as Queen Charlotte of Bridgerton in this spin-off series. This time the show will delve deeper into her marriage to King George and the social change it catalyzed.