With the arrival of the new year, there are many new and returning TV shows to look forward to. Here are some that we can wait for!

The Last Of Us

HBO (US), Crave (Canada) from January 15

The Last Of Us

“The Last of Us” is a highly-anticipated upcoming drama series that is sure to be a hit with fans of post-apocalyptic fiction. The series, created by Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann for HBO, is based on the 2013 video game developed by Naughty Dog of the same name. The show follows the story of Joel, a smuggler who is tasked with escorting a teenage girl named Ellie across a post-apocalyptic United States. Pedro Pascal, best known for his roles in “Game of Thrones” and “The Mandalorian,” will play the role of Joel. Bella Ramsey, who played the role of Lyanna Mormont in “Game of Thrones,” will play Ellie. The supporting cast features Gabriel Luna as Joel’s younger brother Tommy, Merle Dandridge as resistance leader Marlene, and Anna Torv as Joel’s smuggler partner Tess. With a talented cast and a compelling storyline, “The Last of Us” is sure to be a must-watch series: the fans are eagerly waiting for this show.

The series promises to be a thrilling and emotional journey, as the characters navigate through a dangerous and hostile world while also trying to survive and find hope in the face of unimaginable horrors. With the show’s creators having a deep understanding of the source material, and a talented cast bringing the characters to life, fans of the game and new viewers alike are in for a treat.


Fox (US), Global (Canada) from January 22


“Accused” is an upcoming American crime drama television series that is sure to keep viewers on the edge of their seats. Based on the 2010 BBC One series of the same name, the show is set to premiere on Fox on January 22, 2023. The series chronicles the lives of ordinary people who have been accused of a crime. Each episode opens in a courtroom, introducing the accused without revealing their crime or how they ended up on trial. The viewer is then taken through the events that led the defendant to their current predicament, told from the defendant’s point of view. This unique format promises to keep viewers guessing and engaged as they try to piece together the puzzle of each character’s story. The show not only explores the crime itself but also delves into the personal lives of the defendants, giving insight into the choices they made that led them to their current situation.

The series is set to feature an ensemble cast of talented actors, including Michael Chiklis, bringing the complex and nuanced characters to life. With a gripping storyline and a talented cast, “Accused” is sure to be a hit with fans of crime dramas when it premieres on Fox. The show is a 10 episode series and it will be interesting to see how the story unfolds and how the audience will react to it.

Shadow and Bone, Season 2

Netflix from March 16

Shadow And Bone

“Shadow and Bone” fans, mark your calendars: the highly-anticipated season 2 is set to premiere on Netflix on March 16. The Grishaverse is back, and the stakes are higher than ever. After the events of season 1, Alina Starkov (Jessie Mei Li) is on the run, not only from General Kirigan (Ben Barnes), who wants to use her powers to amplify his own, but also from those who consider her a traitor for going against him. Alina will have to navigate through the challenges and dangers of this fantasy world while on the run. Meanwhile, in Ketterdam, the Crows will once again be tempted with a heist that could change their standing for good. The Crows will have to decide whether to join the fight against General Kirigan or to continue with the heist that could give them more power and wealth.

Season 1 did an excellent job of introducing us to the layers of this fantasy world, and fans can look forward to even more world-building and character development in season 2. With a talented cast and a compelling storyline, “Shadow and Bone” is sure to be a must-watch series for fantasy fans when it premieres on March 16.