15 Must-See TV Shows In 2023

15 Must-See TV Shows In 2023

With so many new TV shows being released each year, it can be hard to keep up with what to watch next. That’s why we’ve come up with the top 15 must-see TV shows of 2023 for you! From thrilling dramas to action, horror, and sci-fi there’s something for everyone.

Whether you’re in the mood for a heartwarming feel-good show or a mind-bending mystery, these new releases are sure to keep you entertained for hours. In fact, so many new shows have impressed me over the past few weeks that this list includes not one, but two honourable mentions.


2023 started off with a pair of bangers like Kaleidoscope, The Last of Us and Peacock’s mystery Poker Face. . And that’s just the beginning.
But in the meantime, take a look at everything that’s catching our attention.

1. Last Of Us

An emotionally gripping story of love, hope, perseverance, and recovery. 20 years after a pandemic has radically changed known civilization, infected humans run wild and survivors are killing each other for food, weapons – whatever they can get their hands on.

How many seasons: 1

Watch on HBO Max

2. Wednesday

Wednesday Addams, a high-school student, finds her brother Pugsley tied up in a locker. She sees a psychic vision of his bullies whom she attempts to kill, resulting in her expulsion. Her parents, Morticia and Gomez, decide to enroll her in Nevermore Academy, a school for outcasts in Jericho, Vermont.

How many seasons: 1

Watch on Netflix

3. Poker face

Rian Johnson continues to take over the mystery genre with this brand-new series that stars the one and only Natasha Lyonne as Charlie, a lie-detecting sleuth who runs into interesting characters as she travels across the U.S. in her Plymouth Barracuda.

How may seasons: 1

Watch on Peacock

4. Ginny & Georgia


Ginny & Georgia is back with its second season. In this new batch of episodes, Ginny (Antonia Gentry) will have to figure out how to live knowing that her mother is a murderer. Burdened with the new understanding that her stepdad, Kenny, didn’t die of natural causes, Ginny must deal with the fact that her mother, Georgia (Brianne Howey), not only killed, but she killed to protect Ginny. Georgia, on the other hand, would much prefer that the past be left in the past, mostly as she’s got a wedding to plan – but what Georgia is ignoring is that the past never stays buried for long

How many seasons: 2

Watch Now on Netflix


5. Mizigo Express

A comedy series that portrays what goes on between the land lord Kabogozza and his tenants especially a one Sam who becomes his side kick.

How many seasons: 20


Watch on Pearl Magic

6. The Recruit

The Recruit is an American spy-adventure television series created by Alexi Hawley for Netflix. The show follows Owen Hendricks (Noah Centineo), a CIA lawyer who becomes involved in massive international conflicts with dangerous parties after an asset tries to expose her relationship to the agency.

How many seasons: 1

Watch on Netflix

7. White Lotus

The White lotus season 2 follows the guests and the employees of the White Lotus resort as they deal with messy relationships during what is supposed to be a luxurious and relaxing island getaway.

The White lotus first season was so well received that it earned twenty Emmy nominations, including for, like, nearly every member of the cast, and it won ten of them! Given that, it’s no surprise that The White Lotus season 2 is about to bless our screens which started on 30 October 2022. The White lotus season 2 is set in Italy, and HBO dropped the first trailer in the month of August featuring Jennifer Coolidge, who plays a truly iconic character on the show.

How many seasons: 2

Watch on Hulu

8. Emily in Paris

Emily Riding a bike with Gabriel

Twentysomething (?) Chicagoan Emily Cooper moves to the titular Paris to bring her certain je ne sais quoi to a French marketing firm. Once there, she makes a new life for herself full of drama, friends, love, and a wide range of fashions that may or may not look ridiculous.

Lily Collins stars as Emily in the Netflix series, which is quite popular and beloved despite (or because of) how dumb it is. Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Lucas Bravo, Kate Walsh, Camille Razar, and more also star.

Watch on Netflix

9. Kaleidoscope


Kaleidoscope is an American heist drama television miniseries created by Eric Garcia. The eight-part series, unique for its shuffled order, centers around master thief Leo Pap (Giancarlo Esposito) and his crew attempting an epic heist worth $7 billion, but betrayal, greed and other threats undermine their plans.

Watch on Netflix

10. Watcher

The series stars Naomi Watts and Bobby Cannavale as a couple terrorised by a creepy stalker called The Watcher. The true story behind Netflix thriller The Watcher dates back to 2014 when Derek and Maria Broaddus, who had three young children, purchased their dream home at 657 Boulevard in Westfield, New Jersey

Watch on Netflix

11. Tell Me Lies

tell me lies

Tell Me Lies is the tale of a toxic relationship that goes on for far too long. It follows Lucy Albright (Grace Van Patten) and Stephen DeMarco (Jackson White), who fall in love in college and can’t break the cycle of needing each other until they have no choice but to do so to survive.

Watch on Hulu

12. Mama and Me


A woman’s husband steals her money and gives it to his concubines. After his accidental death, she is accused of murder and must use her wits to stay out of jail and fight in-laws.

13. Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witches

The Mayfair Witches follows the story originally penned by Anne Rice in her novel The Witching HourThe plot includes elements of family secrets, passion, and the power of witchcraft. The history of the Mayfair family is “An intricate tale of evil…an evil unleashed in seventeenth-century Scotland, where the first ‘witch,’ Suzanne of the Mayfair, conjures up the spirit she names Lasher…a creation that spells her own destruction and torments each of her descendants in turn.”

Rice creates a nearly flawless popular gothic horror for today’s reader by fusing literary fiction with clichéd romanticism. Can AMC deliver her recognizable style? Fans of Rice are wondering if there will be any series crossovers with her other works. Only time will tell, but for now, the 8-episode order is filming in New Orleans, and this is everything we know so far.

How many seasons: 1

Watch on AMC

15. Vikings: Valhalla

 Following the Battle for Kattegat, Forkbeard’s forces are victorious and Olaf and his surviving men are captured. Leif hunts for Olaf with the hope of exacting revenge for the death of Liv and whilst in Kattegat, meets Jorundr Torvilsson, a mysterious stranger.

How many seasons: 2

Watch on Netflix

Honourable Mentions


Summary. The first season follows the story of Joe Goldberg, a bookstore manager in New York, who upon meeting Guinevere Beck, an aspiring writer, becomes infatuated with her. He feeds his toxic obsession using social media and other technology to track her presence and remove obstacles to their romance.

Cast Of YOU S4

Watch on Netflix


Premise. A biotechnology corporation, Lumon Industries, uses a mindwipe medical procedure called “severance” to separate the consciousness of their employees between their lives at work and outside of it. One severed employee, Mark (Adam Scott), gradually uncovers a web of conspiracy.

How many seasons: 1

Watch on Apple+

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One Response to "15 Must-See TV Shows In 2023"

  1. Tania Lees   February 2, 2023 at 3:42 pm

    If you liked Bill Fairclough’s epic spy thriller Beyond Enkription in The Burlington Files series about a rookie accountant working for Pemberton’s People in MI6 and the CIA you may like The Recruit by Alexi Hawley about a rookie CIA lawyer (Noah Centineo) and vice versa. The plots are quite complicated in both productions but unlike The Recruit, The Burlington Files plots and characters are real, credible and much more intriguing. However, do remember Beyond Enkription is a fact based novel about a real spy called Bill Fairclough (MI6 codename JJ) aka Edward Burlington. He was one of Pemberton’s People in MI6 and worked with real SAS Rogue Heroes and other ungentlemanly officers as explained in a news article dated 31 October 2022 available from TheBurlingtonFiles website.

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