Winter Show Releases We Can’t Wait to Watch

While we’re not excited about frigid winter temperatures, we are looking forward to putting on our coziest PJs, cuddling up on the couch with a cup of tea, and binge-watching these highly anticipated new shows and seasons! Here are a few winter series releases we can’t wait to see!

Dead to Me – Season 3 (November 17)
Where to Watch: Netflix 

Season 3 of Dead to Me opens with Judy and Jen’s life after the car accident: Jen (Christina Applegate) is in a neck brace, and Judy (Linda Cardellini) is continuously pressing the doctor’s call button. We don’t know why Judy needs the doctor’s attention, and a lot of other details are up in the air. Check out the trailer here.

Jack Ryan – Season 3 (December 21)
Where to Watch: Amazon Prime

Jack Ryan returns to the screen as a fugitive out in the cold after being wrongly implicated in a much larger conspiracy than he ever thought possible. To escape the CIA and an international rogue faction, Jack must stay underground while he skips across Europe to save his own life. At the same time, Jack will have to prevent a massive global conflict. Will he survive and save the world? We’ll see. Check out the trailer here.

Emily in Paris – Season 3 (December 21)
Where to Watch: Netflix

Emily in Paris returns to Netflix for Season 3, but what will be different this time around? Not all that much. Sure, it’s been a year since Emily moved to Paris to live out her dream career, but she’s still battling two areas of her life: work and love. Where do her loyalties lie? Watch as she navigates the crazy adventures of day-to-day life. Check out the trailer here.

Alice in Borderland – Season 2 (December 22)
Where to Watch: Netflix

The Japanese science fiction thriller Alice in Borderland is back for its second season, where the remaining players are expected to complete a brand-new round of games. This time, however, they’ll be challenged in a way that was impossible in the first stage. Check out the trailer here.

The Witcher: Blood Origin (December 25)
Where to Watch: Netflix

The prequel to the Netflix series The Witcher is in our midst, set in an elven world about 1,200 years before the show’s origin. The focus of Blood Origin centers around the creation of the very first Witcher. You’ll be a witness to the emergence of a world where monsters, men, and elves become one. Check out the trailer here.

The Idol (Early 2023)
Where to Watch: HBO Max

If you’re looking for a sleazy love story, The Idol, from the creators of Euphoria, would be the show to add to your watchlist. Inside, you’ll follow a pop singer (Lily-Rose Depp) and her romantic journey with a mysterious club owner (The Weeknd). Twist: Said club owner is also the leader of a secret cult. But that’s all we get for now. Check out the trailer here.

Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas (Release Date TBA)
Where to Watch: Netflix

Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas sounds exactly as it should. After a zombie outbreak happens in Las Vegas, a group of mercenaries travels into the quarantine zone to do the impossible: Save the ones they love without condemning more to the lost cause. Unfortunately, an official trailer and release date have yet to be announced.

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