10 Best shows still to come in 2023

10 best shows still to come in 2023
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It is every cinema freak’s thought that no amount of consumption of movies and series is enough, and you just have another show on your watchlist to cancel it out from there. The incredible number of incredible shows and their upcoming seasons are never enough for their fandoms and are always worth the wait.

As this year is about to end soon, there are a few days left that are filled with the release of an amazing lineup of shows. So be ready to get into that cozy comforter again as we present to you the list of 10 best shows still to come in 2023.

Fargo Season 5

Where to watch: FX

Release date: November 21

Fargo | Installment 5 Teaser - Dot Lyon (Juno Temple) is a Homemaker | FX

It is an American anthology filled with black comedy-crime drama featuring Billy Bob Thorton, Martin Freeman, and Colin Hanks. The show revolves around a set of characters dealing with crimes in different time periods.

Rick and Morty Season 7

Where to watch: Adult Swim

Release date: October 15

It is an adult animated series depicting different genres like black comedy, adventure, satire & science fiction. The animated show follows the story of a genius yet boozy sociopath scientist named Rick, escaping to different worlds with his dimwit grandson Morty and doing wild adventures.

Virgin River Season 5 Part 2

Where to watch: Netflix

Release date: November 30

Virgin River: Season 5 Part 1 | Official Trailer | Netflix

With its first show being aired in the year 2019, Virgin River is a still-running show with Alexandra Breckenridge and Martin Henderson as its cast. The show is about the story of a Nurse practitioner who seeks a new start and moves to a town in northern California. 

Monarch: Legacy of Monsters

Where to watch: Apple TV+

Release date: November 17

Monarch: Legacy of Monsters — Official Teaser | Apple TV+

Falling into the genres of action, adventure, and science fiction, this show is about two siblings who, after knowing how monsters are real, follow their father’s steps. The show features Anna Sawai, Kurt Russel, and Ren Watabe.

A Murder at the End of the World

Where to watch: FX on Hulu

Release date: 14 November

A murder mystery and psychological thriller show is going to entertain us with the story of an amateur tech-savvy hacker girl named Darby. The show features Brit Marling, Emma Corrin, and Harris Dickinson. 

The Crown Season 6 Part 1

Where to watch: Netflix

Release date: November 16

The Crown: Season 6 | Date Announcement | Netflix

The show is actually based on true events that are dramatized and narrates the story of Elizabeth 2 and the events that were personal and political that shaped her reign. The show features Imelda Staunton and Jonathan Pryce. 

Invincible Season 2

Where to watch: Prime Video

Release date: November 3

Invincible - Season 2 Teaser Trailer | Prime Video

It is an animated show that follows the story of an ordinary man with a superhero dad, and when he gets his own powers, he realizes things about his father.  

Elite Season 7

Where to watch: Netflix

Release date: October 20

Elite: Season 7 | Date Announcement | Netflix

With already 6 seasons released, Elite is a Spanish drama revolving around three working-class teens and their clashes, which lead to murders and situations that don’t feel or look good.

Big Mouth Season 7

Where to watch: Netflix

Release date: October 20

Big Mouth Season 7 | Official Trailer | Netflix

It is an animated sitcom that deals with the story of teenage friends and their struggles with puberty in daily life. The comedy veterans who provided their voices to the characters are John Mulaney, Nick Kroll, Maya Rudolph, and Jordan Peele.

All the Light We Cannot See

Where to watch: Netflix

Release date: November 2

All the Light We Cannot See | Official Trailer | Netflix

Featuring the amazing Mark Ruffalo and Aria Mia Loberti, the show is about the story of how the paths of a young French girl and a young German soldier cross during the era of World War 2.