10 new TV shows you’ll want to watch again in 2023

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It seems that the year has only just begun, and the first half of spring has already passed. Surprised? We too. We tell you what you can miss from the series innovations in the last two and a half months.

“The King and the Clown”

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Perhaps the main series of spring. This is the story of one of the most famous domestic punk bands and its soloist Mikhail “Gorshka” Gorshenev – a frank drama about friendship, creativity and freedom with Konstantin Plotnikov in the lead role.

“One of us”

Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey in the movie adaptation of the video game The Last of Us. Hardened in their fight for survival, Joel and brave, age-smart Ellie must unite and help each other as they wander through the ruins of the United States. By the way, the pilot episode of the project was filmed by Russian director Kantemir Balagov, but this fall he confirmed that he left the series more than a year ago and has nothing to do with it.

“Cowboy from Copenhagen”

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Did you order noir? Crime drama from Nicolas Winding Refn, who gave us the movies “Drive” and “Neon Demon”, about a girl named Miu (Angela Bundalovich) who, after surviving slavery, plunges into the city’s underworld. In search of justice and revenge, he meets his enemy to “take a journey through the natural and supernatural” with him. By the way, this is the director’s first work in his homeland of Denmark in 15 years, and the debut of Cowboy from Copenhagen took place at the Venice Film Festival.

“Poker face”

Natasha Lyonne is best known for her role in Matryoshka Lives, a detective story written by Rian Johnson, creator of Knives Out. There are a total of ten episodes, each of which the main character investigates a new crime.

“Fandorin. Azazel”

A modern reading of the cult novel by Boris Akunin. Petrograd, the capital of the Russian Empire, 2023. There was no revolution, the Bolsheviks did not come to power, and the country’s government was Tsar III. Nicholas and Prime Minister Dmitry Orlov. Meanwhile, 20-year-old Erast Fandorin begins his career in the detective police department and learns strange news: a young millionaire, the owner of an oil pipeline company, shoots himself in the temple in the center of the capital. in front of dozens of people And this case is more complicated than it might seem at first glance. Starring Vladislav Tiron, Maxim Matveev, Evgeny Stychkin, Mila Ershova, Grigory Vernik and others.

“I “loved” my husband

Svetlana Khodchenkova in a crime comedy about an exemplary wife and mother who learned about her ungrateful husband’s betrayal and … accidentally killed him during sex. Now an ordinary housewife will have to cover her tracks in order not to go to jail and leave her children orphaned.


A detective thriller set in 1986 about the search for one of the most brutal serial killers in the history of the Soviet Union and Russia. In the lead roles are Ivan Yankovsky and his trademark “sho”, Alexandra Bortich, Alexander Yatsenko and others.


Jason Segel is in a comedy-drama about a therapist who, after a personal tragedy, begins to tell his patients what he really thinks about them.


The story of TV star Noel Gordon (Helena Bonham Carter), who starred in Crossroads for over 15 years and was then abruptly fired at the height of her fame.

“Stone house”

November 1974, Miami. A bleached gentleman in a sky blue suit (Matthew McFadyen) goes to the beach, neatly folds his clothes, and enters the water. A few hours later, his belongings, on which the passport was neatly placed, were discovered by the hotel staff. The documents say the missing person is John Stonehouse, a former British minister.

Source: People Talk

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