Upcoming TV series not to be missed in 2023!

The new year brings with it new TV series, and the new TV shows of 2023 are a collection of exciting stories that we look forward to.

Streaming, Harrison Ford gets his second series regular role in a television series in Shrinking. Those who love the movie star, but see her comedy more off-screen than on, will be happy to see her comedic chops in this Apple TV+ comedy created by Brett Goldstein and Ted Lasso’s Bill Lawrence. Elizabeth Olsen continues her dark streak in the drama Love & Death of HBO Max, and the story of Watergate (in particular, those who blew up the Nixon administration) is once again the center of attention in the irreverent White House Plumbers of HBO.

This year also marks the TV comeback of Gina Rodriguez on the ABC comedy Not Dead Yet, which also sees the return of New Girl veteran Hannah Simone and Superstore’s Lauren Ash to network sitcoms. And Joel McHale returns to comedies in animal control on FOX. The Way Home from Hallmark, a generational story about mothers and daughters with Andie MacDowell and Chyler Leigh is sure to please.

Below, scroll through TV Insider’s picks for must-watch TV series in 2023, based on the themes we know are loved.

Upcoming TV series not to be missed in 2023!

Shrinking

The multitasking octogenarian, fresh from the western series 1923, laughs in the present day as the mentor of an unstable therapist (Jason Segel) in this wry comedy.

Shrinking, premiere TV, Friday January 27, Apple TV+

Love & Death

Acclaimed producer David E. Kelley delves into a bloody 1980s murder case. Elizabeth Olsen plays the axe-wielding Texan housewife accused of murdering her best friend.

Love & Death, 2023, HBO Max

The Way Home

Old wounds and second chances animate this emotional family drama starring Andie MacDowell as Del, a strong-willed woman forced to confront her past when her daughter Kat (Chyler Leigh) returns to their small Canadian farm town after a 20-year estrangement. Complicating the tenuous reunion: Kat’s independent-minded daughter Alice (Sadie Laflamme-Snow), who isn’t too happy about having her life uprooted for her move.

The Way Home, Sunday January 15, 9/8c, Hallmark Channel

Accused

Michael Chiklis, Rachel Bilson, Margo Martindale and Rhea Perlman star in this criminal anthology told from the defendant’s point of view. Cases range from surrogate rights to vigilantism.

Accused, TV premiere, Sunday, Jan. 22, 9/8c, FOX

The Ark

The crew of a spaceship tries to survive a dangerous mission to colonize a distant planet in an action film set 100 years in the future. Created by Dean Devlin, mastermind of Stargate and Independence Day.

The Ark, TV premiere, February, SYFY

A Spy Among Friends

Story of a Traitor: Damian Lewis and Guy Pearce warm up to the Cold War in this fact-based thriller about an MI6 agent who discovers his best friend and colleague is a Soviet asset.

A Spy Among Friends, Spring, MGM+ (formerly Epix)

Not Dead Yet

A newly single castaway (Gina Rodriguez) tries to get her life back on track by taking a job writing obituaries. And there are other comedic crackerjacks: Lauren Ash, Hannah Simone and guest star Martin Mull.

Not Dead Yet, TV premiere, Wednesday February 8, 8:30/7:30c, ABC

White House Plumbers

Justin Theroux and Woody Harrelson play Watergate masterminds G. Gordon Liddy and E. Howard Hunt in this limited series that’s funnier than it needs to be. We all know how that turned out, but watching these two tell the story of the failed 1972 plot to save Richard Nixon’s presidency by raiding DNC headquarters is a story worth repeating. Lena Headey, Judy Greer, Kathleen Turner and Kiernan Shipka co-star.

White House PlumbersMarch, HBO

animal control

Community’s Joel McHale returns in a fun ensemble! As a disgraced cop working in animal control, he has a knack for ruffle the crew’s feathers. But this non-human person can work well with others… as long as they are not human.

Animal Control, TV Premiere, Thursday Feb. 16, 9/8c, Fox

Will Trent

Karin Slaughter’s bestselling mysteries come to life with Ramón Rodríguez as the Chihuahua-bearing Georgia Bureau of Investigations agent. Trent’s ability to read crime scenes and his strange sensitivity often confuse his colleagues.

Will Trent, TV Premiere, Tues Jan. 3, 10/9c, ABC

Mrs Davis

A courageous nun (GLOW’s Betty Gilpin) launches a crusade against the growing power of “Mrs. Davis,” a form of artificial intelligence. Damon Lindelof (Lost) is one of the masterminds behind this drama!

Mrs. Davis, TV premiere, Thursday April 20, Peacock

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