The agenda of the 23 series which will make the start of the 2023 school year

The agenda of the 23 series which will make the start of the 2023 school year

Our selection of what you shouldn’t miss on the small screen in the coming weeks. From John Wick’s hotel to the new Boys via the sequel to Loki, the end of Sex Education or the biopic on Tapie. In chronological order of release.

September 7

Virgin River – season 5

Where to see : on Netflix
With : Alexandra Breckenridge and Martin Henderson.
For what : The soap has established itself as one of the sure values ​​of the platform. Fans will find Mel and Jack in new romantic torments. We’re already promised “surprising new relationships, a shocking breakup, a difficult trial, a heartbreaking goodbye and a fire that threatens the city.” Just that ! Note that season 5 is cut in two: part 1 (composed of 10 episodes) will be released this September 7 but part 2, composed of two special episodes for the end of year holidays, will be seen on Thursday November 30.

September 8

The Changeling – season 1

Where to see: on Apple TV+ and Canal+
With : LaKeith Stanfield, Clark Backo, Adina Porter.
For what : After Sorry to Bother You, we find LaKeith Stanfield in this new series. The actor revealed by Get Out (in 2017) and star of Judas and the Black Messiah (2021) or The Harder They Fall (2021) will be at the center of this adaptation of Victor LaValle’s novel, “a fairy tale for adults, a horror story, a fable about parenthood and a perilous odyssey through an unexpected New York.”

September 11th

The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon – season 1

Where to see : on AMC and in France on OCS
With : Norman Reedus, Clémence Poésy, Adam Nagaitis, Anne Charrier.
For what : The new spin-off is dedicated to the fan-favorite character from the original series. The biker will arrive in France for a post-apo trip to the Mad Max, during which he will face a new breed of more intelligent zombies. And maybe more explanations for the franchise’s remaining mysteries Walking Dead.

September 11th

The Red Bracelets – season 4

Where to see : on TF1
With : Lionel Abelanski, Diouc Koma, Guilaine Londez, Emilie Gavois-Kahn.
For what : Three years later, the moving medical series is back, with a brand new cast of young patients. Goodbye Clément (Tom Rivoire), Roxane (Louna Espinosa) or Thomas (Audran Cattin), we will meet Benji (Léo Lorléac’h), Gabriel (Noé Wodecki), Emma (Kali Boisson) and Zoé (Esther Blanc ), for new heartbreaking life stories.

September 13

Tapie – mini-series

Where to see : on Netflix
With : Laurent Lafitte, Joséphine Japy, Ophélia Kolb, Camille Chamoux.
For what : Variety singer, unabashed businessman, genius of chat, crooked president of OM and even Minister of the Republic, Bernard Tapie lived 100 lives which are told in an incredible fiction, through which we also relive the great moments of the last decades of the 20th century. A whole era.

September 13

The Morning Show – season 3

Where to see : on Apple TV+ and Canal+
With : Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Jon Hamm and Julianna Margulies.
For what : Almost two years after the broadcast of season 2, the morning team makes its return. This season, “the future of the channel is called into question and loyalty to each other reaches its limits when a tech giant takes an interest in UBA. Unexpected alliances are formed, the most intimate secrets serve as a “weapons and everyone must face their own values, whether within the editorial staff or outside.”

September 14

Sneer – season 1

Where to see : on OCS
With : Fred Testot, Ophélia Kolb, Constance Dollé.
For what : A somewhat crazy dystopian French comedy, in a rare genre in France. Welcome to a world where laughter is forbidden. But Steph, unbeknownst to him, causes hilarity and finds himself hunted down for the trouble… A role tailor-made for Omar Sy’s former partner.

September 14

The Gold, the heist of the century – mini-series

Where to see : on Paramount +
With : Hugh Bonneville, Dominic Cooper, Jack Lowden, Charlotte Spencer.
For what : A heist series based on true events that took place on November 26, 1983, when six armed men broke into the Brink’s-Mat security depot near London’s Heathrow Airport and fell. , to their great surprise, on gold bars. Value of loot: £26 million. The largest flight in British history at the time.

September 15

Killer Coaster – season 1

Where to see : on Prime Video
With : Alexandra Lamy, Audrey Lamy, Chloé Jouannet, Alex Lutz.
For what : The two sisters are reunited on screen with the youngest for a delightful family slasher comedy. A thriller set in a seaside funfair during the summer of 1998. A gallery of wacky characters and some well-crafted plots for a homemade confectionery.

September 18

66-5 – season 1

Where to see : on Canal +
With : Alice Isaaz, Raphael Acloque, Nailia Harzoune.
For what : A new original Canal + creation by Anne Landois. A legal drama that follows a young business lawyer in a prestigious Parisian firm, who sees her life turned upside down when her husband, a partner in the firm, is accused of rape. She will try to rebuild herself as a criminal lawyer at the Bobigny court. A Good Wife made in France very promising.

September 20

Irresistible – season 1

Where to see : on Disney +
With : Camélia Jordana and Théo Navarro-Mussy.
For what : A pure romantic comedy, gently lunar, which tells how a modern young woman, traumatized by a breakup, falls in love with an ordinary mathematician. Only problem: he has such an effect on her that she faints as soon as he gets too close…

September 22

The Continental: From the World of John Wick – mini-series

Where to see : on Prime Video in France
With : Mel Gibson, Colin Woodell, Mishel Prada, Ben Robson.
For what : The saga John Wick is available on the small screen in three episodes. Three event TV films which will be broadcast three nights in a row, to explore the world of the Grande Table and the origins of the famous New York hotel, at the time when Winston Scott, still manager, was a young wolf full of mischief …

September 21

Sex Education – season 4

Where to see : on Netflix
With : Emma MacKey, Asa Butterfield, Ncuti Gatwa.
For what : This is the end of Otis’ adventures. His entry into university marks the conclusion of the series in this final part which will above all have to answer this big crucial question: will he finally end up with Maeve?!

September 24

Krapopolis – season 1

Where to see : on Fox (no broadcaster in France yet)
With : Hannah Waddingham, Richard Ayoade, Matt Berry.
For what : The co-creator of Rick & Morty is back with a completely insane and completely stupid new animated series. An all-new crazy cartoon that takes us to mythical ancient Greece and follows a dysfunctional family of humans, gods and monsters trying to rule one of the world’s first cities, all while doing their best not to kill each other in the process.

September 29

Gen V – season 1

Where to see : on Prime Video
With : Jaz Sinclair, Chance Perdomo, Lizze Broadway, Patrick Schwarzenegger.
For what : The saga The Boys expands its universe by focusing on Godolkin University, the prestigious university reserved for superheroes where Supes students train to become the next generation of heroes, preferably with very lucrative contracts at stake. And when a group of young Supes discover that something bigger and more sinister is happening at school, they must ask themselves the right questions… Gore, powers and above all no good morals: the cocktail will still hurt.

September 29

Parliament – season 3

Where to see : on Slash
With : Xavier Lacaille, Liz Kingsman, Philippe Duquesne.
For what : The brilliant French political comedy is back in action in the mysteries of Europe. This time, Samy rose to prominence in Parliament and became a political advisor. He has the perfect love affair with Rose, who is destined for a (perilous) career as a freelance journalist. As for Michel, he sees his mandate as president coming to an end and the German pressure to occupy the presidency is becoming more and more pressing…

October 3

Found – season 1

Where to see : on NBC (no broadcaster in France yet)
With : Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Shanola Hampton, Kelli Williams, Brett Dalton.
For what : Few new series will be launched on American TV channels at the start of the school year, due to the current strike. This crime drama will be one of the only ones. It follows a public relations specialist and her team as they focus on the fact that more than 600,000 people – half of them people of color – go missing in the United States each year. A “procedural” where each week, the heroes will search for a missing person.

October 4

Loki – season 2

Where to see : on Disney Plus
With : Tom Hiddleston, Owen Wilson, Ke Huy Quan.
For what : The best Marvel series on Disney + is back for a new crazy space-time intrigue. The God of Mischief finds himself stuck in space-time and only an improbable TVA team will be able to save him.

October 5

Under control – season 1

Where to see : on Arte
With : Léa Drucker and Laurent Stocker.
For what : It’s a bit of a Veep French-style. In this improbable comedy, an idealistic NGO leader, Marie Tessier, finds herself appointed head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by a President with false airs. Macronians, dashing, bossy and impatient. The neophyte will discover the mixture of brutality and absurdity which makes up ordinary realpolitik….

October 5

Lupine – season 3

Where to see : on Netflix
With :
For what : This is the French series that Americans love. Assane Diop is back for new gentleman’s heists. With class and mischief, under the pen of the excellent George Kay and the features of the mischievous Omar Sy, the avenging hero who is inspired by Lupine will once again be a hit in a new season that is more popcorn than ever.

October 12

LT-21 – season 1

Where to see : on OCS
With : Léonie Simaga and Arnaud Valois.
For what : A great French dystopian drama around an epidemic. A disease that causes you to lose your memory. Are we completely alive when we have forgotten everything? In this new OCS creation, infected patients develop total biographical amnesia. Asia, an infectious disease specialist, and Gabriel, a virology researcher, a couple for 15 years, are held in a hospital that has become a quarantine center, under the control of the army… Will they be able to save humanity?

October 12

The Fall of the House of Usher – mini-series

Where to see : on Netflix
With : Bruce Greenwood, Carla Gugino, Mary McDonnell.
For what : Mike Flanagan, creator of The Haunting of Hill House and Midnight Oaths, is back on Netflix and it’s an event. His latest horror creation is based on several works by Edgar Allan Poe, and reveals the ruthless Usher siblings, who built a pharmaceutical empire. “But dark secrets arise when the heirs of the dynasty begin to die at the hands of a mysterious woman from their past.”

October 13

Lessons in Chemistry – season 1

Where to see: on Apple TV+ and Canal+
With : Brie Larson, Lewis Pullman, Kevin Sussman.
For what : The Marvel star finds a more intimate role, in this feminist fable which takes us back to the 1950s, to a time when women scientists were not taken seriously. One of them will rebel and use a cooking TV show to educate America’s housewives about science and, in doing so, empowerment.

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