HBO's big-budget series, The Last of Us, based on the popular video game, is set to debut in 2023. The show features Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey as Joel and Ellie, on a mission to save humanity in a post-apocalyptic world.
Disney+’s flagship Star Wars series, The Mandalorian, is returning for its highly anticipated third season after a two-year hiatus. The show follows Pedro Pascal's character, Din Djarin, as he seeks redemption and reunites with Bo-Katan Kryze on a quest to save his people.
2023 will see the Skrulls invade Earth in the highly anticipated MCU series, with Samuel L. Jackson returning as Nick Fury alongside a talented cast including Cobie Smulders, Martin Freeman, Don Cheadle, Olivia Colman, and Emilia Clarke. Fans can expect an action-packed and star-studded sci-fi adventure.
The beloved soccer team is back for another season in the wild, as they attempt to unravel the mystery surrounding Lottie Matthews. Season 2 promises a fresh climate for flashbacks, a new cast including Elijah Wood, Simone Kessell, and Lauren Ambrose, and a whole new mystery to solve.
TV mastermind Damon Lindelof, known for his work on Lost and Watchmen, takes on the theme of technology in his upcoming show featuring Betty Gilpin as a nun who fights an AI using her faith. The series also stars Margo Martindale as her mother superior, adding to the intrigue of the already fascinating premise.
Dominique Thorne will star as Riri Williams in her own series set to debut in 2023, following her memorable appearance in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The show will also feature Anthony Ramos as The Hood, promising an action-packed adventure in the Marvel universe.
Amazon Prime's hit show, The Boys, is getting a younger-skewing spinoff set to premiere in 2023. The series, set at Godolkin University School of Crimefighting, will feature young adult Supes in deadly games reminiscent of The Hunger Games.
Rosario Dawson brings Ahsoka Tano to life in her own live-action series, where the former Jedi's journey to find Ezra Bridger and Grand Admiral Thrawn is expected to be the focus.
Marvel's trickster god returns in Loki Season 2, exploring a new reality and potentially facing major consequences for his actions.
David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are adapting Liu Cixin's novel for Netflix, with Game of Thrones alumni, John Bradley, Liam Cunningham, and Jonathan Pryce, leading the cast in a conspiracy tale that culminates in a unique VR game.