IMDb just released their list of the top 10 most-anticipated new TV series of 2022, based on their website traffic. House of the Dragon tops the list: https://winteriscoming.net/2021/12/21/house-of-the-dragon-imdbs-anticipated-show-2022/
1 - House of the Dragon (HBO Max)
2 - Lord of the Rings: Second Age Prequel (Amazon, Sep 2)
3 - Pam & Tommy miniseries (Hulu, Feb 2)
4 - The Sandman (Netflix)
5 - The Last of Us (HBO Max)
6 - Obi-Wan Kenobi (Disney+)
7 - She-Hulk (Disney+)
8 - Ms. Marvel (Disney+)
9 - Peacemaker (HBO Max)
10 - Moon Knight (Disney+)
Note that these are the most-anticipated new series so, for example, The Mandalorian isn't included, and The Book of Boba Fett technically starts last week of December 2021 (either way I consider "Star Wars and Marvel TV shows" to be one big category). Similarly, The Wheel of Time is new but a late 2021 release (wrapping up right now), The Witcher Season 2 isn't a "new" series, etc.
I'm not too surprised HotD outperformed the LOTR prequel...only because Amazon has been so tight-lipped about it that there's very little for fans to even look up for it on IMDb. In contrast, HotD has been updating cast info fairly regularly, for named prequel characters with established backstories.
The other entries on the list were mostly a mix of superhero streaming shows and a Star Wars show - understandable that they'd all rank high.
I don't think that "Pam & Tommy" show should really count as a "new TV show" because it's a one-shot miniseries, not an ongoing TV series as such (shrug), but God bless Seth Rogen (he was very candid at SDCC 2019 about the Game of Thrones showrunners controversially skipping out on their own final SDCC panel).
The remaining shows, actually very high on the list at the fourth and fifth spots respectively, are Netflix's adaptation of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman (with Gwendoline Christie) and HBO Max's adaptation of The Last of Us (with Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey).