Showtime: What’s Coming in January 2023

By Rebecca Theodore-Vachon 

Showtime has unveiled its programming slate for the month of January.

Bryan Cranston returns for the second season of Your Honor on January 13. Michael Desiato (Cranston) has lost the will to live and any semblance of the upstanding judge he once was before the death of his son, Adam. But his life is thrown yet again into chaos by the arrival of Olivia Delgado (Rosie Perez), a laser-focused federal prosecutor determined to bring down a major crime organization. Meanwhile, crime boss Jimmy Baxter (Michael Stuhlbarg) is looking to go legit, but a war is brewing at home with his formidable wife, Gina (Hope Davis), who has other ideas for the family business.

Boys in Blue premieres January 6. The docuseries focuses on North High School’s Polars football team, where mostly Black student-athletes are coached and mentored by members of the Minneapolis Police Department. The series follows the team as they navigate life after the tragic police killing of George Floyd, a milestone event in American history that set off a national movement for social justice and police reform.



January 1

Agent Game

A Love Song
Baby Boom
Black Snake Moan
Changing Lanes
Dazed and Confused
Deadly Cuts
Dirty Work
Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story
Fatal Attraction
Four Rooms
Good Will Hunting
Last Action Hero
Like Water for Chocolate
Marathon Man
Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat
Match Point
Paradise Hills
Pulp Fiction
Ski Patrol
Small Soldiers
Stand by Me
Stir Crazy
Terminator Genisys
The Contractor
The Holiday
The Last Castle
The Limey
The Opposite of Sex
The People vs. Larry Flynt
The Queens of Comedy
True Grit
Wild Things

January 6

Boys in Blue

January 13

Your Honor Season 2 premiere

January 15

Ali & Ava
Silent House

January 20