The year 2023 was a super exciting journey through the universe of television and streaming! This year, there were many shows to watch. Some were about superheroes dealing with betrayal, while others were about historical heroes overcoming challenges. There were also funny shows that made us laugh and sad shows that made us feel emotional. Overall, there was a wide variety of shows to enjoy. If you have a desire for sci-fi stories that mix different genres, heartwarming tales about growing up, or mysteries that will keep you guessing until the end, this list has a little something for everyone.  Get ready to be amazed, touched, and entertained as we go back to our beloved shows like Invincible and Happy Valley in amazing new seasons, and meet incredible new shows like the intense wine-tasting competition of Drops of God and the thrilling adventure of revenge in Blue Eye Samurai. So, without wasting any more time, let’s start our journey through the new TV shows of 2023. All of these have gotten 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Top 15 New TV & Streaming Shows of 2023

1. Invincible: Season 2

Where to watch: Amazon Prime

After an earth-shattering betrayal, Mark fights to rebuild his life. In the face of apocalyptic threats, he discovers new allies and wrestles with his greatest fear – that he might become his father. In case you missed season 1, check out the recap here.

2. Reservation Dogs: Season 3

Where to watch: Hulu, Disney +

Season 3 explores the history of the elders in the community and how the events and choices of their youth led to their present day lives. Parallels are drawn between the Rez Dogs and the younger selves of the aunties, uncles and grandparents.

3. Happy Valley: Season 3

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Where to watch: AMC

When Catherine discovers the remains of a gangland murder victim in a drained reservoir, it sparks a chain of events that leads her straight back to Tommy Lee Royce. Her grandson, Ryan, is now sixteen and has ideas of his own about the kind of relationship he wants to have with the man Catherine refuses to acknowledge as his father, leaving Catherine’s sister Clare caught in the middle. In another part of the valley, a local pharmacist gets in over his head when a neighbor is arrested.

4. A Small Light: Limited Series

Where to watch: Disney +

The inspiring, real-life story of Miep Gies, who played a critical role in hiding Anne Frank and her family during the Nazi occupation in Amsterdam.

5. Colin From Accounts: Season 1

Where to watch: Paramount+, Amazon Prime

Ashley and Gordon are two single(ish), complex humans who are brought together by a car accident and an injured dog. Flawed, funny people choosing each other and being brave enough to show their true self, scars and all, as they navigate life together.

6. Foundation: Season 2

Where to watch: Apple TV

The work of mathematician and psycho-historian, Hari Seldon, has so far been proven accurate. His model predicts the fall of the Galactic Empire and it has begun to crumble. Queen Sareth is plotting revenge from within by seeking to oust the ruling Cleons herself. The Foundation must face a mysterious new group, a colony of Mentalics with powerful psionic abilities that challenge Seldon’s psychohistory. The Second Crisis is underway as the Church of Seldon becomes a growing movement across the Outer Reach. These events converge and collide in the thrilling events of the fall of an Empire and the rise of resistance.

7. Drops of God: Season 1

Where to watch: Apple TV

While the world of wine mourns the death of Alexandre Léger, his estranged daughter, Camille, learns his extraordinary collection is now hers. But before she can claim her inheritance, Camille must best Alexandre’s protégé, Issei, in a test of their senses.

8. Reacher: Season 2

Where to watch: Amazon Prime

Based on “Bad Luck and Trouble,” when members of Reacher’s old military unit start turning up dead, Reacher has just one thing on his mind—revenge.

9. Cunk on Earth: Season 1

New TV Shows 2023 - Cunk on Earth

Where to watch: Netflix

In this deeply profound and important mockumentary series, Philomena Cunk tells the entire story of Human Civilisation from prehistoric times to the present day, covering all the main bits of History, Science, Culture and Religion. So this really is the last documentary you ever need to watch.

10. Primo: Season 1

Where to watch: Amazon Prime

Follows a San Antonio teenager balancing college aspirations, societal expectations and a hectic home life anchored by his single mom and five uncles. Based on Shea Serrano’s life.

11. The Other Two: Season 3

Where to watch: Max

After comparing themselves for years to their much-younger pop star brother, ChaseDreams, who is now a full adult, and their talk-show host mother, who’s now more powerful than she could have ever imagined, Brooke and Cary are finally standing on their own two feet — fully “successful” in their own right! And yet, they somehow find themselves comparing themselves to new people once again???

12. For All Mankind: Season 4

Where to watch: Apple TV

Rocketing into the new millennium in the eight years since season three, Happy Valley has rapidly expanded its footprint on Mars by turning former foes into partners. Now 2003, the focus of the space program has turned to the capture and mining of extremely valuable, mineral-rich asteroids that could change the future of both Earth and Mars. But simmering tensions between the residents of the now-sprawling international base threaten to undo everything they are working towards.

13. Deadloch: Season 1

Where to watch: Amazon Prime

Two vastly different female detectives are thrown together to solve the murder of a local man in the sleepy seaside hamlet of Deadloch.

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14. Blue Eye Samurai: Season 1

Where to watch: Netflix

Driven by a dream of revenge against those who made her an outcast in Edo-period Japan, a young warrior cuts a bloody path toward her destiny.

15. Somebody Somewhere: Season 2

Where to watch: Max

Season two reminds us that families are hard, even the fun ones. Sam and Joel have settled into a comfy routine. But nothing stays the same forever.

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