THE MIDSEASON 2023 TV SHOWS PREMIERE DATES: CRIME DRAMA AND COMEDY, TOO

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As the new year begins, not only will shows make their return, but networks are also debuting some midseason 2023 TV shows. Since this is a thing that happens each year, I decided to take a look at what’s coming and see if anything interesting pops. Let’s dig in.

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Honestly, when it comes to television, there’s VERY few I find that I like. Most are just trashy or pushing some sort of agenda that is really bothersome. I did find a couple I may give a chance. We’ll see if they turn out to be any good, but either way, time will time. Let’s meet our midseason 2023 TV shows.


MIDSEASON 2023 TV SHOWS


WILL TRENT – JANUARY 3

Where: ABC

Already made its debut last night, this one follows an FBI agent who grew up in the rough foster care system. Trying to ensure no one feels alone again, he has the highest “clearance” case rates. The cast features Ramón Rodríguez, Erika Christiansen and Deion Smith. Stream the show, at publication, with Hulu

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ALERT – JANUARY 8

Where: Fox

Scott Caan makes his return to TV on Fox in a drama where he plays a police officer in the Missing Person’s Unit, and the detective who joins the unit all while trying to find answers about her long lost missing son.

ACCUSED – JANUARY 22

Where: Fox

From the executive producers of 24 and Homeland, that alone tells me this one could be intense. The line reads that it’s a story about “ordinary people getting caught up in extraordinary situations, where one wrong turn leads to another, until it’s too late to turn back.” So basically, yes, we go back to intense? Or do we really even know what this one is about? Sounds like it also could have an element of the Kiefer Sutherland Fox drama Touch as well.

NOT DEAD YET – FEBRUARY 8

Where: ABC

Gina Rodriguez returns as a woman who feels old but is looking to make a go of her life and restart a life she left ten years ago.

ANIMAL CONTROL – FEBRUARY 16

Where: Fox

This follows a group of animal control workers.  

THE COMPANY YOU KEEP – FEBRUARY 19

Where: ABC

Tells the story of a CIA officer and con man whose night of passion leads to an emotional and professional collision in their lives. Fan favorite actor Milo Ventimiglia returns to TV in this one.

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Where: NBC

Newly divorced, a woman moves her kids to a small town to accept a police chief job.

TRUE LIES – FEBRUARY 23

Where: CBS

Inspired by the film of the same name and sounding like Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Steve Howey stars in this as a man whose everyday life may be “bland” but in actuality, he’s a spy.

Will you be watching any of these? Would you? What current shows are you watching and think are actually good (entertainment without agenda)? Do any of these appeal to you? Comment all the comments below. I want to converse with you all.

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2 comments

  1. I haven’t heard of any of these! I have so little time and too many shows already, so it really takes something special to make me add a new show to my roster.

    1. Totally understand that. I’ve kind of given up some of the old standbys I loved so I do look for new ones but rarely (if ever) find one that’s THAT good. I did watch the pilot of Will Trent and thought it was interesting but inevitably it will probably get too “dramatic” for my preference/the genre.

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