Disney+, Netflix, Apple TV+, Prime Video, Sky, and more: 2023 promises to be a year full of new titles, including Italian and international productions
January 1, 2023 at 08:00
As we prepare to inaugurate the new year with “The lying life of adults” (on Netflix from January 4), based on the novel by Elena Ferrante with Valeria Golino and the rookie Giordana Marengowe have reviewed all the TV series, announced to date, which will make their debut in 2023.
There are many expected returns, from the third seasons of “Bridgerton” and “Lupine”, passing through the second of “Yellowjackets”, “Loki” and “Darkness and Bones”, but also the fourth of “Succession” In some cases it deals with the final season: from “Ted Lasso” to “The Crown” and “The wonderful Mrs. Maisel”.
It will come up Netflix the second series of Zero limestone “This world won’t make me bad”, of which little-nothing is known yet, while on Apple TV+ the same working group of “Ted Lasso” will return with a new serial comedy, “Shrinking”, with Jason Segel. Up Paramount+ we will see “George & Tammy”, with Jessica Chastain and Michael Shannonabout the romance between country musicians George Jones and Tammy Wynette, while on Sky we can’t lose”Funny Girl”comedy with Gemma Arterton Based on the Nick Hornby novel of the same name.
As you will have understood, 2023 will be an intense television year, in which there will be many pleasant news and in which we will shed a few tears while saying goodbye to plots and characters who have accompanied us and we have loved over the years.
From Disney+ to Netflix, through Prime Video and Apple TV+, without forgetting Sky (and Now), but not only: each platform has interesting titles to offer. Here are the ones we look forward to next year.
The tv series to watch in 2023
“The Last of Us”, Sky
The series with Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey, based on the beloved Playstation video game of the same name, is undoubtedly among the most anticipated titles of 2023. The story takes place twenty years after the destruction of modern civilization. The protagonists are a survivor, Joel (Pascal), who is tasked with breaking out the young Ellie (Ramsey) from a quarantine area. He awaits them on a dangerous and brutal journey across the United States, in which to survive they will have to trust and lean on each other.
From January 16th up Sky Atlantic and streamed on Now.
“Call My Agent – Italy”, Sky
We can’t wait to have a laugh with this all-Italian remake of the cult French series “Dix pour cent”. “Call My Agent – Italy” is set in a famous Roman entertainment agency, whose numerous partners are grappling with the careers of the greatest actors and directors of Italian cinema: Paola Cortellesi, Paolo Sorrentino, Pierfrancesco Favino, Anna Ferzetti, Matilda De Angelis, Stefano Accorsi and Corrado Guzzanti, all called to play themselves, albeit in a comic key. In the cast of agents: Michele Di Mauro (“The crimes of the BarLume”), Sara Drago (“S/HE”), Maurizio Lastrico (“Fedeltà”) and Marzia Ubaldi (“Suburra-La serie”).
From 20 th January up Sky and streamed on Now.
“Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story,” Netflix
The spin-off series of the acclaimed Netflix production signed by ShondaLand has a very young protagonist as its protagonist Queen Charlotte (India Ria Amarteifio) and chronicles the birth of her romance with King George (Corey Mylchreest). A super awaited prequel by fans of “Bridgerton”, especially after a second season of the series – the one based on the characters Anthony (Jonathan Bailey) and Kate Sharma (Charithra Chandran) – which saw the Queen as the protagonist of surprising implications.
The release date has not yet been announced.
“Fallout,” Prime Video
Another highly anticipated TV series based on a video game is “Fallout”, directed and produced by Jonathan Nolan (“Westworld”, “The Peripheral”). The first rumors say that it will be inspired by the game and set in its world, but with a story created specifically for TV. The game is set in the 22nd century, in the aftermath of a nuclear catastrophe that has devastated the planet and from which few have survived. Some of them have succeeded by hiding in the Vaults: small underground communities, taken refuge in the depths to escape predators left on the surface or created for government experiments.
“Fallout” does not yet have a release date.
“Masters Of The Air” – Apple TV+
The new Apple series produced Cary Joji Fukunaga, Steven Spielberg, Gary Goetzman and Tom Hanks, starring Austin Butler, Callum Turner, Anthony Boyle and many others, is set during World War II and is based on a true story. Inspired by the novel by Donald L. Miller, it features a group of young American bombers who contributed significantly to overthrowing the Nazi dictatorship. What is known is that it will be a miniseries, therefore self-contained, but that the duration will exceed 8 hours overall. with “Masters of the Air”, whose exact release for 2023 has not yet been announced, concludes the trilogy dedicated to the Second World War conceived by the Spielberg-Hanks-Goetzman production group, which began with “Band of Brothers” (2001) and “The Pacific ” (2010).
The first TV series written and directed by D’Innocenzo brothers (“Favolacce”, “America Latina”), follows the investigations of a policeman with a turbulent past (Philip Timi), who finds herself investigating a serial killer nicknamed Dostoyevsky because of the letters with gruesome details he leaves at crime scenes. Obsessed with the killer and his modus operandi, the detective embarks on a dangerous parallel investigation to uncover disturbing truths around the case. The series will have six episodes and, reading the plot, it’s impossible not to think that there won’t be a single season. In the cast, in addition to Filippo Timi in the role of detective Enzo Vitello, there are also Gabriel Montesi, Carlotta Gamba and Federico Vanni.
The exact release date has yet to be released.
“Echo” centers on the Marvel character of Echo Maya Lopezinterpreted by Alaqua Cox, who first appeared on the small screen in “Hawkeye” in late 2021, feuding with Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) and Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld). Native American, deaf and with the extraordinary ability to imitate the fight of any challenger, Echo is portrayed in this chapter dedicated to her during a journey that will take her back to her hometown, while reuniting with her family and origins.
The first rumors claim that the series will be released around the summer of 2023.