Pedro Pascal plays a bruised man traversing a post-apocalyptic America in the company of a teenager named Ellie (Bella Ramsey). The story in which they lead is an immersion in a world in decay –fertile ground for terror and action–, as well as an exploration of the powerful bond that grows between the two. Comprised of nine episodes, the series’ debut season is based on the first part of Naughty Dog’s highly-acclaimed and popular video game, and stars its original mastermind, Neil Druckmann, as showrunner alongside screenwriter Craig Mazin (Chernobyl). Premiere: January 15.
After a great first season (acknowledged with seven Emmy Award nominations), the captivating story of a group of women survivors of a plane crash returns with more chapters that promise to continue delving into the central mystery. Melanie Lynskey, Juliette Lewis, Christina Ricci and Tawny Cypress, who played the leads in their adult versions, this time they will be joined by Elijah Wood, Jason Ritter, Simone Kessell and Lauren Ambrose. It has already been renewed for a third cycle. Premiere: March 26 in the United States, to be defined in Chile.
This year is considered the debut of the third season of ted lasso, the hit series that has recently dominated the Emmy comedy categories. Before that, also on the Apple TV+ platform, the new production by Bill Lawrence, its co-creator, will be released, a fiction that revolves around a grieving therapist played by Jason Segel. Disregarding his ethics and his professional training, he begins to tell his patients exactly what he thinks, unleashing unexpected consequences. The other key therapist in the story is played by Harrison Ford., in the first comedy series of his career. Premiere: January 27.
The most praised and awarded HBO series since Game of Thrones returns addressing the explosive scenario facing the Roy family, always led by the relentless Logan Roy (Brian Cox). Following a final episode that rearranged the power map within Waystar Royco, the clan faces the imminent sale of the media conglomerate to tech mogul Lukas Matsson (Alexander Skarsgård), a cause of anguish and new divisions between the patriarch and his four sons. . Premiere: between March and May.
After two successful seasons, the period drama Bridgerton It is consolidated as one of the biggest current phenomena of Netflix. The production based on Julia Quinn’s novels will soon return with its third batch of chapters, but before that it will be the turn of its first spin-off, a miniseries focused on the origins of Queen Charlotte. Shonda Rhimes is serving as showrunner for a story that addresses the impact of the monarch’s romance with King George (Corey Mylchreest). Actress Golda Rosheuvel reprises the lead role, while India Amarteifio takes on the young version of the character. Premiere: 2023.
series of Star Wars led by Pedro Pascal returns following the outcome of Boba Fett’s book. Accompanied by Grogu (or Baby Yoda), the protagonist returns to the planet Mandalore in order to restore his honor and be a Mandalorian again. Carl Weathers, Giancarlo Esposito and Katee Sackhoff reprise their roles, and Christopher Lloyd has been confirmed to make a special appearance. It will open a year in which they will also arrive at Disney + Ahsoka Y Star Wars: Skeleton Crew. Premiere: March 1.
Seven years after landing on streaming, the fiction about Queen Elizabeth II and her family will come to an end in 2023. The closing will feature a large part of the cast presented in the controversial fifth cycle, headed by Imelda Staunton, Jonathan Pryce and Dominic West. It is also a certainty that in its first chapters it will show the earthquake caused by the death of Princess Diana (Elizabeth Debicki), although for now it is unclear at what point in the time line it will end. Premiere: 2023.
A live performance starring Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham planted the first idea in writer Taylor Jenkins Reid’s head and became the trigger for her, in 2017, when she set out to write a book about a rock ‘n’ roll band. ‘ roll, extract inspiration from the tumultuous history of Fleetwood Mac, in order to investigate “how the lines between real life and acting can become blurred”. that’s how he was born Daisy Jones and the Six, his novel about a fictitious group that in the 70s touches the sky and separates in the middle of its heyday. In the miniseries adaptation, actress Riley Keough plays Daisy Jones and Reese Witherspoon serves as executive producer. Premiere: March 3.
In 2021, together with WandaVision, Loki lashed out as the best title from Marvel Studios’ first foray into series. Benefited by the charisma of its protagonist, the story takes up the adventures of Thor’s brother (Tom Hiddleston) in pairs with Mobius (Owen Wilson), the agent of the Temporary Variation Authority (TVA). Plot details are being kept under wraps, but it has been teased that the second cycle picks up where the first left off, with Wilson’s character unaware of who Loki is. The fiction added the actor Ke Huy Quan, praised for his role in the film Everything everywhere at the same time. Premiere: 2023.
The Candy Montgomery case shook American society in 1980: the woman, an apparently normal housewife who lived with her family in Texas, was the author of the brutal murder of Betty Gore, the wife of her lover. Her story just inspired a miniseries starring Jessica Biel (titled Candyon Star+), but that didn’t seem to intimidate renowned screenwriter David E. Kelley (big little lies), who works as the creator of a new fiction with Elizabeth Olsen in the skin of Montgomery. Jesse Plemons and Lily Rabe play the Gore couple. By far, the most anticipated true crime production of the coming months. Premiere: between March and May.