Enjoy this spoiler-free rundown of the most watch-worthy shows coming out on Netflix in 2023.
Ginny and Georgia – Season 2
“Ginny and Georgia” is back for a second season after the success of the first season released in 2021. The show follows the story of a mother and daughter duo who move to an affluent town in Massachusetts in search of a better life.
The shocking Season 1 finale ended with a cliffhanger that left the audience with many questions. The second season aired on Netflix on January 5th.
You – Season 4
Joe Goldberg is back, this time in London. It’s a new year, a new country, a new persona. This time Joe has rebranded as Professor Jonathan Moore and teaches at the University of London. Yet he still cannot outrun his past.
Season 4 of the twisted stalker series “You” will be released on Netflix this coming February the 9th.
Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story
Shonda Rimes made millions fall in love with the love stories between Simon and Daphne and Anthony and Kate.
The limited series will focus on young Queen Charlotte, and how she rose to power and fell in love with the King. The hope is to keep audiences occupied while they wait for the full Season Three of the treasured period romance. The release date is yet to be confirmed.
The Witcher – Season 3
The third season of “The Witcher” will be the last time Hollywood heartthrob Henry Cavill will grace our screens as the monster-slayer Geralt. Cavill announced he would be leaving the series last year, in pursuit of Spiderman, which unfortunately didn’t work out either. The actor will be replaced by Liam Hemsworth.
The official release date is yet to be confirmed, but Netflix has announced that the third season will be out sometime in the Summer of 2023.
Junji Ito Maniac: Japanese Tales of the Macabre
Beloved master of horror manga Junji Ito, selected 20 of his most disturbing and terrifying tales to be adapted into an animated short series on Netflix for the very first time.
The series was released on January 19 and has already sparked conversations among critics.