1. Succession (HBO): HBO’s Emmy-winning drama Succession, which follows the family turmoil and power struggles of the Roy clan, a media empire dynasty, is back for its third season.
2. The Morning Show (Apple TV+): Starring in this behind-the-scenes look at the world of morning news, which addresses topics including sexual harassment, racism, and cancel culture, are Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Steve Carell.
3. Squid Game (Netflix): The Korean thriller series Squid Game (Netflix) centres on a group of individuals who take part in an enigmatic survival game with a massive cash reward but horrible repercussions.
4. Foundation (Apple TV+): This epic series, which is based on the beloved science fiction books by Isaac Asimov, follows a group of exiles as they fight to save humanity’s legacy amid the collapse of a galactic empire.
5. Ted Lasso (Apple TV+): Jason Sudeikis plays an American football coach who comes to England to take charge of a faltering soccer team in this endearing comedy, which is currently airing its second season.
6. The Wheel of Time (Amazon Prime Video): This fantasy series, which is based on Robert Jordan’s best-selling novels, is on a group of intrepid travelers who have the power to determine the course of human history.
7. Hawkeye (Disney+): Clint Barton, a.k.a. Hawkeye, is the main character of the most recent Marvel television series. He teaches Kate Bishop, a youthful archer, to take over his mantle.
8. Dune (HBO Max): Denis Villeneuve’s much awaited version of Frank Herbert’s science fiction masterpiece, Dune (HBO Max), follows the tale of a young man who leads an uprising against a despotic regime on a desert world.
9. You (Netflix): The eerie drama is back for a third season, chronicling the depraved ways of serial murderer Joe Goldberg, who targets and manipulates his love partners.
10. Insecure (HBO): The fifth and final season of the critically acclaimed comedy-drama Insecure (HBO) follows the lives and loves of four black women in Los Angeles.
11. Sex Education (Netflix): In its third season, this endearing and funny teen comedy delves into the awkward and funny parts of relationships and sex at a British high school.
12. Midnight Mass (Netflix): The Haunting of Hill House creator Stephen King’s horror series Midnight Mass (Netflix) centres on a secluded island village that begins to witness unexplained happenings following the entrance of a charismatic priest.
13. The Witcher (Netflix): Henry Cavill plays Geralt of Rivia, a monster hunter who makes his way through a world of magic and politics in this fantasy series, which is based on the well-known video games and literature. The show is back for its second season.
15. Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO): The comedic icon Larry David is back for his eleventh season, portraying a fictionalized version of himself that faces absurd and uncomfortable circumstances while interacting with celebrities and friends.
16. Only Murders in the Building (Hulu): This comedy-mystery series centers on three strangers who decide to look into a murder in their apartment building after becoming friends due to their shared interest with true crime podcasts.
17. Maid (Netflix): A drama series that centres on a single mother who flees an abusive relationship and takes up housecleaning as a means of support for her daughter, based on the memoir by Stephanie Land.
18. Impeachment: trial of President Bill Clinton over his affair with Monica Lewinsky is the subject of American Crime Story (FX)’s third edition of its anthology series that dramatizes real-life scandals.
19. Scenes from a Marriage (HBO): Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain play two academics who are married in this version of the iconic Swedish miniseries by Ingmar Bergman, which delves into the emotional and psychological nuances of their union.
20. Nine Perfect Strangers (Hulu): A thriller series that centers on nine strangers who enroll at a wellness retreat led by an enigmatic guru portrayed by Nicole Kidman, and is based on the novel by Liane Moriarty.
21. Reservation Dogs (FX on Hulu): Taika Waititi co-created the comedic series Reservation Dogs (FX on Hulu), which centres on four Native American kids who live on a reservation in Oklahoma and long to relocate to California.
22. What We Do in the Shadows (FX): A mockumentary comedy that centers on the lives of four vampires who live together in a Staten Island home, and is based on the film directed by Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement.
23. Star Wars: Visions (Disney+): An anthology series of nine unique animated shorts from various Japanese anime companies that are inspired by the Star Wars world.
24. The Great (Hulu): A satirical comedy-drama based on the life of Elle Fanning’s character, Catherine the Great, the empress of Russia, who schemes to depose her despotic husband, Nicholas Hoult’s character, Peter III.
25. Lupin (Netflix): The French thriller series centered on Omar Sy’s character, Arsène Lupin, a gentleman thief who utilizes his charm and cunning to uncover a conspiracy and get revenge on his father.
26. The Crown (Netflix): Netflix’s historical drama The Crown The fifth season of the show follows Imelda Staunton’s portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II and covers the events of the 1990s, including the ascent to power of Tony Blair and the passing of Princess Diana.
27. Chucky (Syfy): A horror series that carries on the Child’s Play film franchise, tracing the horrific adventures of Chucky, a possessed doll with a serial killer’s soul.
28. The Shrink Next Door (Apple TV+): A dark comedy series that centres on the peculiar relationship between a psychiatrist (Paul Rudd) and his devoted patient (Will Ferrell) is based on the same-titled podcast.
29. Gossip Girl (HBO Max): A revival of the well-liked adolescent drama, this show centers on a new generation of well-off teenagers attending a private school in New York who are being monitored by an unidentified blogger.
30. Dear White People (Netflix): This comedy-drama is based on the same-named film and follows a group of black students as they navigate racial, identity, and activism concerns at a mostly white Ivy League college.
31. The Walking Dead (AMC): A group of survivors attempt to rebuild society in a world ravaged by the undead in this zombie apocalyptic thriller, which is nearing the end of its eleventh and final season.