With the era of peak TV showing no signs of slowing down in 2023, ET has put together a comprehensive list of all the upcoming premiere dates for major series — both new and returning — across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.
Broken down by month, the extensive look at what is on the horizon offers viewers the chance to stay on top of when Abbott Elementary is back from hiatus, the exact date How I Met Your Father is set to return with season 2 and when the anticipated adaptation of The Last of Us debuts on HBO.
The guide will be continuously updated throughout the year as more premiere dates are revealed or confirmed, so keep this handy — and start marking your calendars for what to watch in 2023. (And, of course, ET has also got you covered when it comes to what shows — across broadcast networks and streaming services — have been canceled or preparing to say goodbye with their final seasons.)
Jan. 1 Kaleidoscope — Season 1 (Netflix) Paul T. Goldman — Season 1 (Peacock) Ugliest House in America — Season 3 (HGTV) Worst Cooks in America — Viral Sensations (Discovery+/Food)
Jan. 2 America’s Got Talent — All-Stars (NBC) Bake It ‘Til You Make It — Season 1 (Food) Days of Our Lives — Season 58 (Peacock) Fantasy Island — Season 2 (Fox) NCIS — Season 20 (CBS) NCIS: Hawai’i — Season 2 (CBS) NCIS: Los Angeles — Season 14 (CBS) Quantum Leap — Season 1 (NBC)
Jan. 3 Chef Dynasty: House of Fang — Season 1 (Discovery+/Food) Chopped — Casino Royale XL (Food) FBI — Season 5 (CBS) FBI: International — Season 2 (CBS) Finding Your Roots With Henry Louis Gates, Jr. — Season 9 (PBS) New Amsterdam — Season 5 (NBC) The Resident — Season 6 (Fox) The Rookie — Season 5 (ABC) The Rookie: Feds — Season 1 (ABC) Sometimes When We Touch — Limited (Paramount+) Will Trent — Season 1 (ABC)
Jan. 4 1,000-Lb. Best Friends — Season 2 (TLC) Abbott Elementary — Season 2 (ABC) Big Sky — Season 3 (ABC) Chicago Fire — Season 11 (NBC) Chicago Med — Season 8 (NBC) Chicago P.D. — Season 10 (NBC) FBI: Most Wanted — Season 4 (CBS) Guy’s Grocery Games — Season 30 (Food) Home Economics — Season 3 (ABC) The Lying Life of Adults — Limited(Netflix) Madoff: The Monster of Wall Street — Limited (Netflix) Married at First Sight — Season 16 (Lifetime) NFL Tailgate Takedown — Season 1 (Discovery+/Food) The Price Is Right at Night — Season 3 (CBS) Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test — Season 1 (Fox) Star Wars: The Bad Batch — Season 2 (Disney+) Tough as Nails — Season 4 (CBS)
Jan. 5 BattleBots — Season 8 (Discovery) Beat Bobby Flay — Season 30 (Food) Call Me Kat — Season 3 (Fox) Celebrity Jeopardy! — Season 1 (ABC) The Chase — Season 3 (ABC) Copenhagen Cowboy — Season 1 (Netflix) CSI: Vegas — Season 2 (CBS) Death in the Dorms — Limited (Hulu) Ghosts — Season 2 (CBS) Ginny & Georgia — Season 2 (Netflix) Growing Up Hip Hop — Season 7 (WE tv) Hell’s Kitchen — Season 21 (Fox) Kold x Windy— Season 1 (WE tv) Law & Order — Season 22 (NBC) Law & Order: Organized Crime — Season 3 (NBC) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit — Season 24 (NBC) The Parent Test — Season 1 (ABC) So Help Me Todd — Season 1 (CBS) Welcome to Flatch — Season 2 (Fox) Young Sheldon — Season 6 (CBS)
Jan. 6 All the Single Ladies — Season 1 (OWN) Blue Bloods — Season 13 (CBS) BMF — Season 2 (Starz) Boys in Blue (Showtime) Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives — Season 42 (Food) Fire Country — Season 1 (CBS) Lopez vs Lopez — Season 1 (NBC) The Rig — Season 1 (Prime Video) Shark Tank — Season 14 (ABC) S.W.A.T. — Season 6 (CBS) Young Rock — Season 3 (NBC)
Jan. 8 Alert — Season 1 (Fox) All Creatures Great and Small — Season 3 (PBS) Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witches — Season 1 (AMC/AMC+) Bob’s Burgers — Season 13 (Fox) The Cube — Season 2 (TBS) East New York — Season 1 (CBS) Family Guy — Season 21 (Fox) Giuliani: What Happened to America’s Mayor?— Limited (CNN) Miss Scarlet and the Duke — Season 3 (PBS) Vienna Blood — Season 3 (PBS)
Jan. 9 Koala Man — Season 1 (Hulu)
Jan. 11 Brother vs. Brother: No Rules — Season 8 (HGTV) Chasing Waves — Limited (Disney+) The Conners — Season 5 (ABC) Gina Yei — Season 1 (Disney+) The Goldbergs — Season 10 (ABC) Lingo — Season 1 (CBS) Name That Tune — Season 3 (Fox)
Jan. 12 Accused: Guilty or Innocent? — Season 4 (A&E) Christina in the Country — Season 1 (HGTV) The Climb — Season 1 (HBO Max) How I Caught My Killer — Season 1 (Hulu) The Makanai: Cooking for the Maiko House (Netflix) The Makery — Season 1 (Peacock) The Traitors — Season 1 (Peacock) Vikings: Valhalla — Season 2 (Netflix) Walker — Season 3 (The CW) Walker Independence — Season 1 (The CW) Walter Presents: Seaside Hotel — Season 9 (PBS)
Jan. 13 Break Point — Season 1, Part 1 (Netflix) Hunters — Season 2 (Prime Video) Servant— Season 4 (Apple TV+) Super League: The War for Football — Limited (Apple TV+)
Jan. 14 Criss Angel’s Magic With the Stars — Season 1 (The CW) World’s Funniest Animals — Season 3 (The CW)
Jan. 15 Godfather of Harlem — Season 3 (MGM+) The Last of Us — Season 1 (HBO) Mayor of Kingstown — Season 2 (Paramount+) MILF Manor — Season 1 (discovery+/TLC) RuPaul’s Drag Race — Season 15 (MTV) The Way Home — Season 1 (Hallmark) Your Honor — Season 2 (Showtime)
Jan. 16 Bob Hearts Abishola — Season 4 (CBS) Miracle Workers — Season 4 (TBS) The Neighborhood — Season 5 (CBS) The Price of Glee — Limited (ID/discovery+) YOLO: Silver Destiny — Season 1 (Adultswim/HBO Max)
Jan. 17 1,000-Lb. Sisters — Season 4 (TLC) 9-1-1: Lone Star — Season 4 (Fox) Night Court — Season 1 (NBC) Stonehouse — Limited (BritBox)
Jan. 18 Are You the One? — Season 9 (Paramount+) Grown-ish — Season 5, Part 2 (Freeform) Trafficked with Mariana van Zeller — Season 2 (National Geographic)
Jan. 19 That ’90s Show — Season 1 (Netflix) Web of Death — Limited (Hulu)
Jan. 20 Bake Squad — Season 1 (Netflix) Game Theory With Bomani Jones — Season 2 (HBO) Kindred Spirits — Season 1 (Discovery+/Travel) The Legend of Vox Machina — Season 3 (Prime Video)
Penn & Teller: Fool Us — Season 9 (The CW) The Real Friends of WeHo — Season 1 (MTV) Shahmaran — Season 1 (Netflix) Truth Be Told — Season 3 (Apple TV+) Walter Presents: Astrid — Season 2 (PBS) Whose Line Is It Anyway? — Season 19 (The CW)
Jan. 22 Accused — Season 1 (Fox)
Jan. 23 All American — Season 5 (The CW) All American: Homecoming — Season 2 (The CW) The Bachelor — Season 27 (ABC) Darcey & Stacey — Season 4 (TLC) Extreme Sisters — Season 2 (TLC) The Good Doctor — Season 6 (ABC) The Lazarus Project — Season 1 (TNT)
Jan. 24 American Auto — Season 2 (NBC) How I Met Your Father — Season 2 (Hulu) I Am Jazz — Season 8 (TLC) The Winchesters — Season 1 (The CW)
Jan. 25 Extraordinary — Season 1 (Hulu) Mila in the Multiverse — Season 1 (Disney+)
Jan. 26 The 1619 Project — Limited (Hulu) Killing County — Limited (Hulu) Poker Face — Season 1 (Peacock) Record of Ragnarok II — Season 2, Part 1 (Netflix) Wolf Pack — Season 1 (Paramount+)
Jan. 27 Kings of Jo’burg — Season 2 (Netflix) Lockwood & Co. — Limited (Netflix) Shrinking — Season 1 (Apple TV+) The Snow Girl — Limited (Netflix)
Jan. 28 Frozen Planet II — Limited (AMC+/BBC America)
Jan. 30 The Watchful Eye — Season 1 (Freeform)
Jan. 31 Fight the Power: How Hip Hop Changed the World — Limited (PBS) La Brea — Season 2 (NBC)
Feb. 1 The Ark — Season 1 (SYFY) My 600-Lb. Life — Season 11(TLC) The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder — Season 2 (Disney+)
Feb. 2 Freeridge — Season 1 (Netflix)
Feb. 3 Dear Edward — Season 1 (Apple TV+) Harlem — Season 2 (Prime Video) Murder in Big Horn — Limited (Showtime)
Feb. 4 Say Yes to the Dress — Season 22 (TLC)
Feb. 5 Murf the Surf: Jewels, Jesus, and Mayhem in the USA — Limited (MGM+)
Feb. 8 The Flash — Season 9 (The CW) Kung Fu — Season 3 (The CW) A Million Little Things — Season 5 (ABC) Not Dead Yet — Season 1 (ABC)
Feb. 9 My Dad the Bounty Hunter — Season 1 (Netflix) Stolen Youth: Inside the Cult at Sarah Lawrence — Limited (Hulu) You — Season 4, Part 1 (Netflix)
Feb. 10 Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur — Season 1 (Disney Channel) At Midnight — Movie (Paramount+)
Feb. 11 Masters of Illusion — Season 9 (The CW)
Feb. 12 Next Level Chef — Season 2 (Fox)
Feb. 14 Love Trip: Paris — Season 1 (Freeform)
Feb. 15 Full Swing — Limited (Netflix) Wu-Tang: An American Saga — Season 3 (Hulu)
Feb. 16 Animal Control — Season 1 (Fox) Star Trek: Picard — Season 3 (Paramount+) The Upshaws — Season 2, Part 2 (Netflix)
Feb. 17 Carnival Row— Season 2 (Prime Video) Hello Tomorrow! — Season 1 (Apple TV+)
Feb. 19 America’s Funniest Home Videos — Season 33 (ABC) American Idol— Season 21 ABC The Company You Keep — Season 1 (ABC) Magnum P.I. — Season 5 (NBC)
Feb. 22 Snowfall — Season 6 (FX)
Feb. 23 Alaska Daily — Season 1 (ABC) Bel-Air — Season 2 (Peacock) Grey’s Anatomy — Season 19 (ABC) Station 19 — Season 6 (ABC) True Lies — Season 1 (CBS)
Feb. 24 The Consultant — Season 1 (Prime Video) Liaison — Season 1 (Apple TV+) Party Down — Season 3 (Starz)
Feb. 26 The Blacklist — Season 10 (NBC)
March 1 The Mandalorian — Season 3 (Disney+) Survivor — Season 44 (CBS)
March 3 Daisy Jones & The Six —Limited (Prime Video) Grand Crew— Season 2 (NBC)
March 6 History of the World, Part II — Limited (Hulu) Omega: Gift and Curse — Limited (ALLBLK / WE tv) Perry Mason — Season 2 (HBO) The Voice — Season 23 (NBC)
March 8 Farmer Wants a Wife — Season 1 (Fox)
March 7 That’s My Jam — Season 2 (NBC)
March 9 You — Season 4, Part 2 (Netflix) School Spirits — Season 1 (Paramount+)
March 10 The New York Times Presents: Sin Eater — Limited (FX/Hulu)
March 12 A Spy Among Friends — Limited (MGM+)
March 14 Gotham Knights — Season 1 (The CW) Return to Amish — Season 7 (TLC) Superman & Lois — Season 3 (The CW)
March 16 Good Trouble — Season 5 (Freeform) Shadow and Bone — Season 2 (Netflix)
March 17 Power Book II: Ghost — Season 3 (Starz)
March 19 Lucky Hank — Season 1 (AMC/AMC+) Marie Antoinette — Season 1 (PBS)
March 21 Restaurants at the End of the World — Season 1 (National Geographic)
March 24 My Kind of Country — Season 1 (Apple TV+) Up Here — Season 1 (Hulu)
March 26 Rabbit Hole— Season 1 (Paramount+) Yellowjackets — Season 2 (Showtime)
March 27 Like a Girl — Limited (Fuse)
March 29 Riverdale — Season 7 (The CW)
April 5 Dave — Season 3 (FXX)
April 6 Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies— Season 1 (Paramount+) Slasher: Ripper — Limited (AMC+/Shudder)
April 7 The New York Times Presents: The Legacy of J Dilla — Limited (FX/Hulu)
April 12 Single Drunk Female — Season 2 (Freeform)
April 20 Mrs. Davis — Season 1 (Peacock)
April 21 Dear Mama — Limited (FX) Secrets of the Elephants — Limited (National Geographic)
April 22 Chasing the Rains — Limited (AMC+/BBC America)
April 23 From — Season 2 (MGM+)
April 26 Saint X — Limited (Hulu)
April 30 Fatal Attraction — Season 1 (Paramount+)
May 14 Fear the Walking Dead — Season 8 (AMC)
May 31 Nancy Drew — Season 4 (The CW)
June 17 Extraordinary Birder with Christian Cooper — Season 1 (Nat Geo Wild)
July 9 Never Say Never with Jeff Jenkins — Season 1 (National Geographic)
Remaining months and premiere dates will be added once announced.
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Tracey E. Bregman has her Emmy Award back! On a recent episode of The Talk, the 59-year-old The Young and the Restless star was surprised with a replacement Emmy after hers was destroyed during the Woolsey fire in 2018.
Bregman won the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series back in 1985, for her role of Lauren Fenmore on the CBS soap opera. Bregman’s onscreen husband, Christian LeBlanc, surprised her on the talk show when he walked out carrying a black box.
“Are you kidding?” Bregman questioned, as LeBlanc made his way over to her. “Oh my gosh!”
“I would like to present this, an Emmy for Outstanding Ingenue of a Daytime Drama Series, but this time, it’s from the people that love and respect you and cherish you, your CBS, your Young and the Restless family,” he told her. “I am so honored to be able to give you this.”
Bregman seemed stunned by the gesture, stating, “Oh my gosh. I can’t thank you enough. Oh my God. I’m so overwhelmed.”
Afterward, in a statement to Deadline, Bregman thanked the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for making the special moment possible.
“It has been one of the most extraordinary and heartfelt experiences of my career,” she said of receiving a replacement statuette. “I tried not to go into the ugly cry on the air. Thanks to my Young and Restless family, NATAS, The Talk and everyone who made this moment happen. My heart is so full.”
Adam Sharp, the President and CEO of NATAS, was thrilled to facilitate the happy moment.
“We were devastated to learn of the destruction of Tracey’s home, and with it, her well-earned Emmy Award,” he told the outlet. “As our judges acknowledged, the Emmy statuette is a symbol of her hard work and outstanding dedication to her craft. We are happy it’s back home where it belongs.”
Infinity Pool: Alexander Skarsgard On Toe Sucking Orgy Scenes
I recently spoke to the beloved actor about his latest R-rated horror movie, which is getting major buzz due to its gore and graphic sex scenes.
ICYMI: Infinity Pool is a sci-fi horror film about a couple (played by Skarsgård and Cleopatra Coleman) who find themselves involved in an underground human cloning operation following an accidental tragedy while on vacation.
Reflecting on the “orgy sequences” in the film, Alex revealed those scenes were “very technical” to shoot. “It’s not quite the same experience watching it as it was shooting it,” he said.
“We talked about it with [director Brandon Cronenberg] and Karim Hussain, who is the cinematographer, about how it was going to be shot, what was going to be the vibe of the scene, and how Brandon envisioned that sequence to show. Once we got into it, it doesn’t sound very fun because it’s like, ‘Oh, just another day at the office.'”
“I love that sequence and the way it ties in the music,” he continued. “It’s so evocative…but it was incredibly technical shooting it because Brandon and Karim work a lot with different lights and different effects that they want to do in-camera.”
Although there was an intimacy coordinator on set, Alex recalled filming being “very fun and very playful.” “[It was] quite endearing to watch Karim and Brandon behind the camera like two little boys playing with Lego, to be so excited about all their gadgets that they were trying out.”
The True Blood actor, who has appeared nude in multiple roles throughout his career and previously said “the crazier [the sex scenes], the better,” agrees that Infinity Pool features the wildest sex scenes he’s ever been a part of — on camera.
“Yeah, I think so,” he said before pausing. “The fact I even have to think about that. … [Laughs] I don’t think I’ve had my toes sucked by another man before, on screen.”
“That wasn’t the craziest thing we did in the movie,” he clarified. “But yeah, it’s some pretty graphic stuff, to say the least. Yeah.”
Welp, there you have it, folks. Check out our full interview with Alex and Mia Goth here. Also, be sure to catch Infinity Pool in theaters now!
Priscilla Presley is asking a judge to declare that a “purported” 2016 amendment to her late daughter’s trust naming Riley Keough as a co-trustee is invalid, according to legal documents obtained by NBC News.
The documents, filed on Jan. 26 in Los Angeles Superior Court, seek confirmation that Priscilla Presley will maintain control of Lisa Marie Presley’s trust in the wake of her death on Jan. 12 at age 54 after experiencing cardiac arrest.
Lisa Marie Presley, the sole heir to her father Elvis Presley, executed a living trust in 1993, a legal mechanism for protecting one’s assets and determining how they will be distributed after they die, according to the American Bar Association. According to the court filing, the trust was “completely restated” on Jan. 27, 2010, and appointed Priscilla Presley and her former business manager, Barry Siegel, as co-trustees.
But after the death of her daughter, Priscilla Presley found a document dated March 11, 2016, “pertaining to be an amendment” to the trust, according to the court document. The “purported” amendment removed both Lisa Marie Presley’s mother and manager as successor co-trustees and replaced them with her daughter Riley Keough and her son, Benjamin Keough.
Benjamin Keough died in 2020 at age 27, leaving Riley Keough, 33, as the only trustee of her mother’s trust, according to the amendment.
In 2018, Lisa Marie Presley had sued her former manager Siegel accusing him of mismanaging her finances, according to Reuters. By 2016, the trust was left with more than $500,000 in credit card debt and $14,000 in cash, per Lisa Marie Presley’s lawsuit. Siegel filed his own suit accusing her of squandering her inheritance.
According to the January filing, “there are many issues surrounding the authenticity and validity of the purported 2016 amendment.” The alleged issues include that the amendment misspells Priscilla Presley’s name, the amendment was never delivered to Priscilla Presley and Lisa Marie Presley’s signature on the amendment “appears inconsistent with her usual and customary signature,” the court document states.
Priscilla Presley’s filing seeks for the 2016 amendment to be declared invalid, meaning she would remains a trustee over her granddaughter.
Lisa Marie Presley’s death was honored on Jan. 22 in a public memorial service on the front lawn of Graceland, the former home of Elvis Presley.
A spokesman for the Memphis, Tennessee, estate previously confirmed to TODAY that Lisa Marie Presley’s three surviving children, Riley Keough and twins Harper and Finley Lockwood, would inherit Graceland.
At the service, Priscilla Presley shared a tribute from one of her granddaughters that said, “mama was my icon, my role model, my superhero, in much more ways than one.”
Riley Keough’s husband, Ben Smith-Petersen, shared a letter that she wrote, thanking her mom for being “the best mother for me.”
Lisa Marie Presley was laid to rest in the Meditation Garden at Graceland next to her son.
On Jan. 27, Priscilla Presley thanked fans on Twitter for their love and support in her grief.
“Every parent who has lost a daughter or son knows what a dark painstaking journey it is,” she wrote.