, 2022-12-25 18:51:07,
The events that brought the nation together in 2022 ranged from Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral to the Lionesses’ victory at Euros.
Television still has the capacity to unite millions of viewers in front of their television screens.
2023 will not have some of the big drama that many expected. (We don’t know if, let alone when, there might be more Bodyguard or Line of Duty coming our way.)
But next year still offers some tempting titles and events.
So here (in strict alphabetical order) are some of the TV shows and events that could get us all talking in 2023.
1. Champion (BBC One)
An eight-part musical drama described as a love letter to British black music and set in South London. It takes audiences into the heart of an intense musical battle between a rapping brother and sister. It is written by award-winning author Candice Carty-Williams (whose debut novel, Queen, won book of the year at the British Book Awards). The series stars Malcolm Kamulete, Déjja J. Bowens, Ray BLK, Nadine Marshall, Ray Fearon, and Jo Martin.
2. Clarkson’s Farm (Prime Video)
The second series of the streaming hit…
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