Here are 7 best new TV shows to look out for 2023

Let’s quickly look into the top 7 TV shows that must make an entry into your 2023’s binge-watch list.

We are getting ready for another year of epic television viewing as well as arranging our next look for a music event and consulting our horoscopes for 2023. We have access to a wide variety of drama, action, and comedy content from streaming juggernauts like Netflix, Stan, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, and more. With the to be released new episodes of Scooby-Doo, Bridgerton, That ’70s Show, and Squid Game suggests that 2023 will also be the year of the spin-off!

Let’s quickly look into the top 7 TV shows that must make an entry into your 2023’s binge-watch list:

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1) Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story

Release date is yet to be revealed.
Where to watch? NETFLIX!The regency-era drama Bridgerton will have a new spin-off in 2023 after two outstanding seasons with actors including Phoebe Dynevor, Simone Ashley, Charithra Chandran, and Jonathan Bailey. The main subject of Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story will be the queen (played by Golda Rosheuval), who will travel back in time to examine her rise to power.
2) Squid Game: The Challenge 

Release date is yet to be revealed.
Where to watch? NETFLIX!Squid Game is being transformed into a reality television series in 2023 after setting records as one of the most watched Netflix shows. A total of 456 contestants from all around the world will compete in the 10-part game show Squid Game: The Challenge for a chance to win $4.56 million in prizes. No one will actually lose their life if they fail a challenge, unlike the drama series.

3) Yellowjackets- Season 2

Release date is March 24.
Where to watch? PARAMOUNT+

In 2023, the Emmy-nominated drama will return for a second season, promising to continue the events of the first episode, in which a group of incredibly gifted high school girls soccer players survived a plane disaster. Melanie Lynskey, Juliette Lewis, Wednesday star Christina Ricci, and Tawny Cypress are among the cast members.

4) You Season 4

Release date is February 9 (Part 1) and March 9 (Part 2)
Where to watch? NETFLIX!The excitement around You Season 4 makes it too difficult to ignore on this must-watch list, despite the fact that it is the fourth season of an already-running drama. In the upcoming season, Penn Badgley’s obsessed serial killer Joe Goldberg will be residing in London as a college professor.
5) The Bachelor 

Release date is January 9
Where to watch? CHANNEL 10 and 10 PLAYIt’s safe to say that after nine seasons of The Bachelor Australia have aired, we have a good idea of what to anticipate from this dating programme. However, it’s worthwhile to give the show a shot in 2023 because it has not one but three eligible bachelors looking for love: Felix Von Hofe, Jed McIntosh, and Thomas Malucelli.
6) Mayfair Witches 

Release date is January 8
Where to watch? AMC+It’s safe to say that after nine seasons of The Bachelor Australia have been shown, viewers have a good idea of what to anticipate. But since the show will feature not one, but three eligible bachelors looking for love in 2023—Felix Von Hofe, Jed McIntosh, and Thomas Malucelli—worth it’s giving it a shot.

7) Australian Idol

Release date is January 30
Where to watch? CHANNEL 7 and 7 PLUS.
Australian Idol is returning after a 14-year sabbatical, so even though it isn’t exactly a new show, it makes the list. Kyle Sandilands, Amy Shark, Harry Connick Jr., and Meghan Trainor are the new judges searching for the nation’s next major musical sensation, and Ricki-Lee Coulter and Scott Tweedie will serve as the show’s hosts.