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One Piece. (L to R) Emily Rudd as Nami, Iñaki Godoy as Monkey D. Luffy, Mackenyu Arata as Roronoa Zoro in season 1 of One Piece. Cr. Casey Crafford/Netflix © 2023

Best Netflix shows 2023

2022 was an incredible year for Netflix, but we believe 2023 will be even better! The new year will be filled with many new Netflix shows and the return of some popular series. In fact, Netflix has already begun to announce the official release dates for some of its shows coming this year.

We’ve decided to look ahead at all the upcoming releases confirmed or expected to come out in 2023. Now, get ready to be pumped because the Netflix shows lineup for 2023 is out of this world! Of course, we had to start with the highly anticipated fantasy adventure series, One Piece.

One Piece release date

Netflix has tried its hand at producing a live-action adaptation of a popular Japanese manga series in the past, but it was ultimately an epic fail. Yes, we’re talking about you, Death Note… How did that popular song from Encanto go? “We don’t talk about Bruno, no, no, no!” Well, we don’t talk about the Death Note live-action adaptation either.

That’s why were initially put off by the news of Netflix making a One Piece live-action adaptation. The One Piece manga series and anime has many diehard fans, so there’s a lot of pressure on this adaptation to be good. Fingers crossed!

One Piece is set to arrive on Netflix on Thursday, Aug. 31, 2023, and you can expect all eight episodes to drop at once. Based on the hit manga series of the same name by Eiichiro Oda, Netflix’s One Piece follows young pirate Monkey D. Luffy as he and his ragtag crew embark on an epic journey to find the legendary fabled treasure so that he can finally become King of the Pirates.

Iñaki Godoy returns to Netflix to play the main character, Monkey D. Luffy. He previously starred in the short-lived Netflix series The Imperfects. Joining him in the cast are Mackenyu, Emily Rudd, Jacob Romero Gibson, Taz Skylar, and many others.

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