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TV 2023: 13 TV Shows EVERYONE will be talking about that you can watch on

TV 2023: 13 TV Shows EVERYONE will be talking about that you can watch on

2022 saw several memorable moments on TV that brought the nation together-live, from the funeral of Her Majesty the Queen to the Lionesses’ Euro football triumph. Television continues to hold the power to bring millions of viewers together-live, and 2023 promises to deliver some exciting titles and events. Here are a few of the shows and events that will have everyone talking this year. And best of all, you can catch them all on!

Champion. (Coming up on BBC One)

An eight-part musical drama-live that celebrates Black British music, Champion tells the story of a rap battle between a brother and sister growing up in South London. Written by award-winning author Candice Carty-Williams, the series stars Malcolm Kamulete, Déja J. Bowens, Ray BLK, Nadine Marshall, Ray Fearon, and Jo Martin.

The Coronation of King Charles III. (May 6th 2023, Channels TBC)

The King’s coronation is set to be one of the biggest TV events of the year. Westminster Abbey will be the site of the historic ceremony, which will be conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury. It will only be the second coronation ever to be televised, and it is an opportunity to see a significant event that brings the nation together-live.

Doctor Who. (November 2023, BBC One)

2023 marks the 60th anniversary of the time travel drama-live, and fans will be treated to not one but two new Doctors. David Tennant will return as the 14th Doctor for a series of three specials airing in November, followed by Ncuti Gatwa as the 15th Doctorover the Christmas period. Showrunner Russell T. Davies is back in charge, and with a hugely popular actor like Gatwa, expectations are high for a resurgence in the show’s popularity.

The Gathering. (Coming up on Channel 4)

A six-part drama-live set in Merseyside follows the aftermath of a vicious attack on a teenager named Kelly. The story focuses on a group of teenagers and their parents, any of whom could have committed the crime. The series is written by novelist and filmmaker Helen Walsh and produced by the team behind Line of Duty.

Great Expectations. (Coming up on BBC One)

Charles Dickens’ classic novel about the life and love of young orphan Pip has been adapted many times, and this version stars Olivia Colman as Miss Havisham, Fionn Whitehead as Pip, and Shalom Brune Franklin as Estella. The cast also includes Ashley Thomas, Johnny Harris, Hayley Squires, and Matt Berry, and is adapted by Steven Knight.

The Reckoning. (Coming up on BBC One)

Steve Coogan plays the infamous DJ and TV presenter Jimmy Savile in this drama-live that explores how Savile, one of the UK’s most prolific sex offenders, escaped exposure for many years. It examines how his charity work helped to hide his true nature from the public and how the truth about him was only revealed after his death in 2011.

The Gold. (Coming up on BBC One)

Set to air on BBC One on Sunday, February 12th, this drama-live is based on the notorious 1983 Brink’s-Mat robbery. Starring Dominic Cooper, Hugh Bonneville, Jack Lowden, Charlotte Spencer, and Tom Cullen, it promises to be a darkly comedic and captivating tale of true crime.

Blind Spot. (Coming up on Channel 5)

This new four-part thriller stars Ross Kemp, who returns to acting after a 15-year break, as a police detective. He’s joined by newcomer Beth Alsbury, who plays Hannah, a disabled woman who takes matters into her own hands when another woman goes missing. The series will also feature Crystal Clarke, Sue Vincent, and Kiran Landa.

Blue Lights. (Coming up on BBC One)

Written by the creators of The Salisbury Poisonings, this new BBC One drama-live follows three rookie police officers working in Belfast. Starring Sian Brooke, Richard Dormer, Nathan Braniff, and Katherine Devlin, the series explores the lives of these officers as they work under intense pressure.

HMS Murder. (Coming up on Channel 5)

If you’re looking for a lighthearted true crime drama-live, Channel 5’s HMS Murder may be the perfect choice for you. The show brings together-live the exotic scenery of Death in Paradise with a murder mystery and will feature a cast of characters from a cruise liner cabaret.

Love Rat. (Coming up on Channel 5)

This four-part psychological thriller stars Sally Lindsay, Alexis Georgoulis, Ramon Tikaram, and Neil Morrissey. Lindsay plays a recently divorced woman who realizes her holiday romance is a scam and turns to her ex-husband for help. The filming took place in Cyprus in November 2022.

Payback. (Coming up on ITV)

ITV’s six-part thriller is produced by Jed Mercurio’s production company and stars Morven Christie, Peter Mullan, and Prasanna Puwanarajah. This gripping psychological story follows a dangerous police operation as they aim to take down a crime kingpin.

Rain Dogs. (Coming up on BBC One)

Written by Cash Carraway, this eight-episode black comedy is coming to BBC One. Starring Daisy May Cooper and Jack Farthing, the series is a tale of maternal love, poverty, and enduring friendships. Filming took place in Bristol in 2022.

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