Psoriasis is an immune-mediated protracted ailment that perturbs about 100 million people globally. Anti-interleukin (IL)-23 agents have a distinctive status of safety and clinical efficacy. Anti-IL-23 operatives have demonstrated therapeutic prominences in cases of psoriasis in preceding global research. However, arrays of adverse events have been associated with the anti-IL-23 agents in the remedies of psoriasis. This systematic review aimed to assess the adverse developments of anti-IL-23 operatives for patients with psoriasis determined in phase III trials.