Do you want to know one thing we can (usually) rely on as time passes and people change? Netflix Series. No matter what, Netflix will consistently produce content as if it were their job, which it is. The industry leader in streaming will offer a wide range of options to ring in the new year next year.
In search of a romantic drama? Check out Queen Charlotte, the Bridgerton offshoot. Want to laugh? That 90s Show will take care of you. Are you more like cuddling up on the couch and binge-watching a suspenseful thriller? Don’t worry; Netflix will also provide you with several options to satisfy your needs. We’ve tried to make your life easier by compiling our list of the most anticipated Netflix programmes of 2023 because the streaming service frequently keeps its release-date intentions a secret until the very last minute.
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Kaleidoscope has a chance to rank among the most intriguing Netflix original series ever. The non-linear format of the heist drama starring Giancarlo Esposito allows fans to watch the episodes in whatever order they like. (Obviously setting up the climax.) For each user, the order in which the episodes show in your browser will also be random. Crazy things. Rosenberg, Josh
Georgia and Ginny
Tell the truth, you watch Netflix for your sinful pleasure. Season Two of Ginny and Georgia is coming, if that’s the case. Ginny and Georgia, a mother-daughter team, have returned and are set to cause more mayhem. (Somehow.) The girls go to a new town after living life on the run in the second season, which promises to be equally as wild as the first. Will they get an opportunity to settle down, though, or will their history resurface and upend everything? On the latter, we aret. Brittany McNeal
The Glory’s season 2 narrative will carry on from the first season. Only after the first season of The Glory has been released can the second season’s plot be predicted.
Moon Dong Eun, a gifted youngster, had always envisioned herself as an architect since her high school years. But when she suffers brutal bullying, all of her hopes are dashed. The bullies viciously assault her. She was compelled to leave school as a result, which prevented her from realising her dream. This leaves a mental scar on her. By serving as the homeroom teacher at the same school, she intends to exact revenge on her bullies.
That’s 90s show
For a dose of nostalgia, grab a beer (or a blunt!) and turn on That ’90s Show. The Formans will welcome you back to their famous basement next year, and sure, it still looks exactly the same. The main character of this That ’70s Show spinoff will be Lei Forman, the daughter of Eric and Donna. She will spend the summer with her grandparents, Red and Kitty, where she will create her own memories with a fresh group of acquaintances. —B.M.
Junji Ito Maniac: Japanese Tales of the Macabre
Thanks to his spooky artwork and creative short stories, Japanese horror manga maestro Junji Ito has amassed a cult following over the course of his career. In Junji Ito Maniac: Japanese Tales of the Macabre, the author chose 20 spooky stories to be animated for the first time in an anthology series. —J.R.
Locksmith & Co.
In Lockwood & Co., two adolescent guys start a ghost-hunting business by hiring a young psychic. (Phone call to Lockwood & Co.) The two initially have plans to look for ghosts in London and fend off evil spirits, but things become more complicated when they come across a mystery that has the potential to alter the course of history. —B.M
Henry Cavill’s final appearance as the monster-slaying Geralt will be in The Witcher Season 3. Mid-2023 appears to be the most likely release date, while there isn’t an official timeframe just yet. Cavill will try to wrap off his stint on The Witcher as the game enters its most popular stage after declaring his departure from the series to seek a Superman comeback (which also didn’t work out). Following its Christmas Day debut, The Witcher: Blood Origin, a spinoff miniseries starring Michelle Yeoh, will air as well in early 2023. —J.R.
Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story
In the upcoming limited series Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, which will concentrate on the young Queen Charlotte’s ascent to fame, love will be in the air once more. With an eight-episode prequel, Shonda Rimes hopes to keep the Bridgerton bees humming as fans wait for Season Three of the adored, campy period romance. —J.R.