‘Dear Edward,’ ‘Party Down,’ ‘You’ S4 & More

Feb 3, 2023

As has been the case for many years now, streaming services dominate the field of television in terms of new releases every upcoming month, with a definite push from Apple TV+ in terms of original content. While HBO’s “The Last of Us” will continue to dominate the discourse, there are still plenty of new and returning series likely to start conversations of their own. With a decent mix of premieres along with series entering their final seasons and some of the big hitters coming back in March (“Succession” and “Yellowjackets,” to name just two,) February is poised for a lot of catch-up and new discoveries, with shows such as “Hello Tomorrow!” being the most intriguing so far. 
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“Dear Edward”
Connie Britton and Taylor Schilling star in the latest series from “Friday Night Lights” and “Parenthood,” creator Jason Katmis. Based on the novel of the same name by Ann Napolitano, “Dear Edward” follows the life of a 12-year-old who survives a terrible plane crash that took the lives of his family. The series tracks Edward as he connects and learns to cope with his loss through the help and guidance of others affected by the tragedy. Newcomer Colin O’Brien plays Edward. 
Release Date: Season one premieres February 3 on Apple TV+. 
“Not Dead Yet”
With an all-star sitcom cast starring Gina Rodriguez (“Jane the Virgin,”), Lauren Ash (“Superstore,”), Hannah Simone (“New Girl,”), and more, “Not Dead Yet” aims to be the latest in network comedy breakouts. Rodriguez plays an obituary writer who is newly single and looking for a way to reinvigorate her life after a number of pitfalls. Based on the novel “Confessions of a Forty Something F##k Up” by Alexandra Potter, the series is created by “This Is Us” alums Casey Johnson and David Windsor. 
Release Date: Season one premieres February 8 on ABC.
In its fourth season, the popular Netflix crime-drama “You” is being released in two parts, the first five episodes premiering in February and the last five in March. Penn Badgley returns as Joe, now masquerading as a professor at a university following the events of season three. The series, created by Sera Gamble, also stars Tati Gabrielle, Lukas Gage, Charlotte Ritchie, Tilly Keeper, and more. 
Release Date: Season four premieres February 9 on Netflix. 
“Star Trek Picard”
Following the release of 2022’s “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds,” the long-running series is having a bit of a revitalization. “Star Trek Picard” returns now for its third and final season, with Patrick Stewart returning as the titular hero. The season follows Jean-Luc Picard during the 25th century as he reunites with the former command crew of the USS Enterprise as a new enemy hunts them. LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn, Jonathan Frakes, and Gates McFadden also star. 
Release Date: Season three premieres February 16 on Paramount+.

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