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These Are The Best New Shows To Watch On Netflix, Apple TV And NOW In 2023

Dark days, long evenings and the arduous wait for payday can only mean one thing: we need good TV. These are the best new shows to bed down with …

Main image: Kaleidoscope on Netflix. 

Kaleidoscope

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What: Telling the story of a master criminal, and his crew, who attempt to break into a seemingly uncrackable vault, Kaleidoscope is an epic heist thriller that spans 25 years. The unusual bit? In a striking novelty, viewers can choose what order they view the episodes in, meaning there are over 5,040 possibly ways to watch the miniseries.

Who: Giancarlo Esposito, of Breaking Bad fame, leads the cast in this heist miniseries.

Watch it: Kaleidoscope is available to stream now on Netflix.

shrinking

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What: From the makers of Ted Lasso comes new comedy Shrinking which tells the story of a grieving therapist (Jason Segel) who adopts a novel approach with his patients: pure, unfiltered honesty. This new attitude impacts not only his patients, but his own life in surprising ways.

Who: Jason Segel, Harrison Ford, Jessica Williams and Luke Tennie.

Watch it: From January 27 on Apple TV.

You

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What: Season four of You sees our favourite stalker Joe Goldberg return – this time with a new identity, a new home in London and a job as a college professor. The twist in this season is that while Joe is trying to turn over a new leaf he becomes the prey, stalked by someone who threatens to out his true identity.

Who: Penn Badgley is joined by The White Lotus‘ Lukas Gage, as well as a host of newcomers that make up Joe’s elite new social circle in London.

Watch it: From February 9 on Netflix.

poker face

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What: Poker Face, a new comedy-mystery show that harks back to 1970s style, case-a-week drama. Created by Rian Johnson, the brains behind the Knives Out franchise, and boasting a stellar ensemble cast, it’s already one of the most hotly-anticipated TV shows of the year.

Who: Natasha Lyonne plays Charlie, who is endowed with an extraordinary ability to determine when someone is lying, as she discovers and solves mysteries in New Mexico. Lyonne is joined by an A-list cast that includes Adrien Brody, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ron Perlman and Chloë Sevigny.

Watch it: From January 26 on Peacock. Irish viewers can access Peacock through NOW TV and Sky.

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