Set Your Reminders! Here’s When Your Favorite Shows Will Return In 2023

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Thousands of television and streaming shows are returning in 2023, but only some are worth your time. Here’s a comprehensive list of the top shows coming back in the first quarter of the year.

The first big show of 2023 has to be “The Last Of Us,” which premieres Jan. 15 on HBO. If you haven’t seen the trailer yet, check it out immediately. It’ll make your skin tingle. If that’s too dark for you, just wait a few days until Jan. 19 and check out “That ’90s Show” on Netflix, a modern reimagining of the hit series “That ’70s Show.”

Unfortunately, February brings the final chapter of the epic “Wu-Tang: An American Saga.” This iconic series launched the careers of a slew of superb actors, and will likely be remembered as a cult phenomenon. I highly recommend binging the first two seasons before Feb. 15, when the third will be released on Hulu.

Check out this epic scene from season 2:

Aside from the scripted series, who’s excited to see the brilliant Dr. Drew and a bunch of other A-list celebrities battle it out on “Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test” Wednesday night on Fox? I know I am!

Of course, no weekly televised viewing schedule would be complete without the best procedurals. “The Rookie” returned Tuesday night, and is now available on Hulu! That’s what I’ll be watching when I finish work for the day.

The absolutely amazing “Magnum P.I.” hits our screens Feb. 19. After initially being cancelled, an overwhelming outcry from fans brought the series back to life. Yours truly was one of the first to know, and I even got to interview one of the leading cast members just before the relaunch announcement was made public! (RELATED: ‘I AM F**KING STOKED’: ‘Magnum P.I.’ To Return After Cancellation)

As for the rest of 2023, we’re going to have to wait to see when Taylor Sheridan’s new series will return. We’ll be the first to let you know!

If any of your favorite shows are missing from this list, head on over to The Hollywood Reporter, where some door dab had to write out seemingly millions of shows and their accompanying release dates!