“Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witches” (AMC) — Jan. 8

The second Anne Rice adaptation, resulting from AMC's purchase of the author's books, will feature Alexandra Daddario and be based on the first book in the "Lives of the Mayfair Witches" trilogy.

“The Last of Us” (HBO) — Jan. 15

The Last of Us, a highly praised video game adaptation, takes place 20 years after the destruction of contemporary civilisation.

“The Last of Us” (HBO) — Jan. 15

“That ‘90s Show” (Netflix) — Jan. 19

I'm from Wisconsin. The circumstances surrounding the poorly accepted spinoff "That '80s Show" must also be taken into consideration for Fox's aughts comedy "That '70s Show," which must also live up to the standards set by its adored predecessor.

“Poker Face” (Peacock) — Jan. 26

With the Natasha Lyonne murder mystery "Poker Face," "Glass Onion" writer-director Rian Johnson is bringing his whodunnit storytelling skills to television.

“Shrinking” (Apple TV+) — Jan. 27

For his comedy "Shrinking," which centres on a bereaved therapist, Jason Segel teams up with "Ted Lasso" combo Bill Lawrence and Brett Goldstein (Segel, who also writes and executive produces)

“Not Dead Yet” (ABC) — Feb. 8

After her breakout performance in "Jane the Virgin," ina Rodriguez is making a comeback to broadcast television with this half-hour comedy that is based on Alexandra Potter's upcoming book.

“The Company You Keep” (ABC) — Feb. 19

After wrapping up NBC's smash hit "This Is Us," Milo Ventimiglia will play his debut part in this caper series from executive producer Jon M. Chu.

“The Mandalorian” Season 3 (Disney+) — March 1

Return of "The Mandalorian" by Jon Favreau (finally). The last time we saw Pedro Pascal's helmeted hero was in a mini-arc on "The Book of Boba Fett" in the start of 2022.

“Daisy Jones & the Six” (Prime Video) — March 3

When it was released in March 2019, Taylor Jenkins Reid's historical fiction book of the same name and Reese Witherspoon's

“Perry Mason” (HBO) Season 2 — March 6

The hat-wearing dude is back again! With the first season of this HBO remake, "The Americans" actor Matthew Rhys effectively recreated the legendary TV series "Perry Mason," providing a gritty