With a different series coming out every week, you could quickly become overwhelmed with choices. But Brig is here to give you a quick round-up of this year’s TV top picks.
Nolly (ITV) – February 2
Russell T. Davis’ miniseries starring Helena Bonham Carter as Crossroads actress, Noele Gordon, when she is sacked from the beloved soap.
You: Season 4 (Netflix) – February 9
Old habits die hard, especially when you kill your wife. This time Joe takes on London, but the hunter has become the hunted. Penn Badgley’s performance as creepy stalker Joe Goldberg continues to excite and disgust in equal measure, but can the writers keep the story interesting without retracing their footprints?
Daisy Jones and the Six (Prime) – March 3
Chronicles of the histrionic rise and fall of a 70s rock group, based on the novel of the same name by Taylor Jenkins Reid. Starring Riley Keough, Sam Claflin and Suki Waterhouse.
Doctor Who (BBC/Disney+) – November 2023
This will mark Ncuti Gatwa’s debut appearance as the Doctor, with plenty of old faces returning to welcome him to the blue box and to celebrate the iconic show’s 60th anniversary. Fan favourites David Tennant and Catherine Tate are set to return to the show, plus with Russell T. Davis stepping back into his showrunner role, there are certainly more surprises on the cards. Check out everything we know so far about the coming series here.
The Idol (Sky) – Coming in 2023
Following Lily-Rose Depp as a pop star trying to get back on top while falling for a cult leader. Created by The Weeknd and Euphoria’s Sam Levinson, not much is known about the show except for the all-star cast including Lily-Rose Depp and Troye Sivan. HBO has already released a teaser filled with sex, drugs and stylised imagery. A Sam Levinson speciality.
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Film and Tv Editor at Brig Newspaper. Currently studying Journalism and English at the University of Stirling
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