June 21, 2024

In the aftermath of this year’s dual strikes, television faces a radically altered landscape, and probably a much smaller one: It’s unlikely we’ll ever revisit the Peak TV production heights of 2022, which boasted nearly 600 original series. But while the bubble may have burst, there was still a bounty of new and noteworthy programming in 2023 – to the point where Variety TV critics Alison Herman and Aramide Tinubu overlapped with a single show in their picks for the best shows of the year.

There’s a good chance you’ve seen some of these shows, and a great chance you haven’t even heard of others. For Tinubu, historical series like “Fellow Travelers,” female-led dramas like “A Murder at the End of the World” and queer romances like the joyous YA drama “Heartstopper” exhibit the splendor of television, especially when underrepresented groups are given the reins to tell their stories in the entertainment industry. Herman’s picks run the gamut from Emmy juggernaut “Succession” to “Scavengers Reign,” an eerie animated adventure that initially slipped under the radar; she and Tinubu converged on “Gen V,” the supercharged (pun intended) spinoff of “The Boys.” With so many gems to choose from, these 19 shows remained top of mind in a year unlike any we’ve seen before.

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