New to Netflix in February

Original Series

Van Helsing: Season 4 (8/2/2020)

Vanessa embraces a new philosophy while the secrets of Blak-Tek are revealed and Sam pursues his evil agenda: resurrecting the Dark One.

My Holo Love (7/2/2020)

A lonely woman leading a lacklustre life because of prosopagnosia inadvertently comes to possess a state-of-the-art AI hologram device that changes her life. 

Locke & Key (7/2/2020)

After the gruesome murder of their father, three siblings move to their ancestral home in Maine only to find the house has magical keys with a vast array of powers and abilities that a devious demon covets.

Love is Blind– A 3 Week Event (13/2/2020)

Singles who want to be loved for who they are choose someone to marry without ever meeting them. 

Taj Mahal 1989 (coming soon)

University students struggle with relationships and politics.

Narcos: Mexico: Season 2 (13/2/2020)

Félix must cope with the U.S. and the consequences of his actions against the DEA while facing discontent within his organisation.

Cable Girls: Final Season (14/2/2020)

Lidia returns to Spain to try and find her daughter with the help of her close friends, as they all grapple with the consequences of the civil war.

Gentefied (21/2/2020)

Three Latinx cousins navigate their differences as they work to keep their grandfather’s taco shop afloat in their rapidly gentrifying LA neighborhood.

Puerta 7 (21/2/2020)

A woman (Dolores Fonzi) tries to rid an Argentine soccer club of the organized crime surrounding it. Created by Martín Zimmerman (Ozark, Narcos).

Spectros (20/2/2020)

A horror mystery starts taking place in the Japanese neighborhood of São Paulo when a teenage boy and three misfits become embroiled in the clash between Brazilian witchcraft and Shinto spirits.

Formula 1: Drive to Survive: Season 2 (28/2/2020)

Formula 1 drivers, managers and team owners live life in the fast lane — both on and off the track. 

I Am Not Okay With This (26/2/2020)

A teen navigates the complexities of high school, family and her sexuality while dealing with new superpowers. Based on Charles Forsman’s graphic novel.

Altered Carbon: Season 2 (27/2/2020)

When a job brings Takeshi Kovacs back to Harlan’s World in a new sleeve, he finds the planet at war — and his long-lost love lurking in the shadows.

Followers (27/2/2020)

The first drama series directed by Mika Ninagawa (Diner, No Longer Human)depicts Tokyo with the authentic fashion and lifestyles of women living.

Unstoppable (28/2/2020)

In Mexico City, three spoiled young girls meet a dangerous woman who leads them on a risky journey, where they grow and learn about themselves.

Queen Sono (28/2/2020)

A hard-partying African female spy uses her lethal skills to keep the continent safe from terror while self-medicating with drugs and alcohol to cope with post-traumatic stress and a sex addition.

Restaurants on the Edge (28/2/2020)

A team of experts turns failing waterfront restaurants into destinations connected to their community.

Babylon Berlin: Season 3 (28/2/2020)

Original Film

Horse Girl (7/2/2020)

A darkly humorous psychological thriller about a woman’s search for the truth, however abstract it may be. 

The Coldest Game (8/2/2020)

During the Cold War, a troubled math genius is drafted to play in a U.S-Russia chess match — and a deadly game of espionage.

To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You (12/2/2020)

Can a girl be in love with two boys at once?

Isi & Ossi (14/2/2020)

A billionaire’s daughter and a struggling solo mum’s son conspire to fund her long-desired dream of becoming a chef.

La Trinchera Infinita (28/2/2020)

The first movie in Spanish from the producers and directors of Handia, based on the true story of a mole from the Spanish Civil War who, fearing retribution, hid in his own home for 33 years.

All the Bright Places (28/2/2020)

A refreshing and human take on the experience of mental illness, its impact on relationships, as well as the beauty and lasting impact of young love.

La Boda de la Abuela (5/2/2020)

The cast of characters from El Cumple de la Abuela reunites to celebrate a wedding. Madness ensues.

Original Comedy

Tom Papa: You’re Doing Great! (4/2/2020)

Tom Papa tackles the challenges and responsibilities of life, like family, work, climate change, social media, and living in New Jersey.

Amit Tandon: Family Tandoncie (coming soon)

From the death of romance in marriage to the injustices of modern-day parenting, Amit Tandon shares wisdom and wisecracks as a battle-scarred family guy.

Original Documentary

The Pharmacist: Limited Series (5/2/2020)

Shows how a small-town pharmacist channeled his grief into a crusade that helped bring a reckoning against the powerful figures behind the nation’s devastating opioid epidemic.

Who Killed Malcolm X? (7/2/2020)

Decades after the assassination of the African American leader, an activist seeks the truth in the name of justice.

Camino a Roma (11/2/2020)

Andrés Clariond’s documentary about the making of Roma.

The Chef Show: Volume 3 (19/2/2020)

Actor/director Jon Favreau and award-winning Chef Roy Choi reunite after their movie Chef to experiment with recipes and techniques.

Babies (21/2/2020)

Digs into the groundbreaking science that reveals how infants discover life during their very first year.

Kids & Family

Team Kaylie: Part 3 (3/2/2020)

Kaylie, Ray Ray, Amber, Valeria, Chewy and Jackie navigate friendship, flirtation and the great outdoors.

Dragons: Rescue Riders: Season 2 (7/2/2020)

The Rescue Riders continue their mission to keep the residents of Huttsgalor safe but face a new nemesis in Magnus’s crafty nephew, Axel.

Captain Underpants Epic Choice-o-Rama (11/2/2020)

In this interactive special, Harold and George need your decision-making skills to stop Krupp from blowing their beloved treehouse to smithereens.

Glitch Techs (21/2/2020)

Action-comedy about two teenage gamers with the best after-school job ever: capturing escaped video game “glitches”!

Pup Academy (21/2/2020)

A group of talking puppies attend a secret school where pups become dogs and are trained to become man’s best friend.

The Expanding Universe of Ashley Garcia (17/2/2020)

Comedy about a female teen genius who moves across the country to work as a robotics engineer and live with her uncle, a high school football coach.

Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back – Evolution (27/2/2020)

The 22nd instalment in the Pokémon film series is a CGI remake of the first film.

Original Anime

Dragon Quest Your Story (13/2/2020)

A young boy living alone on an island grows up dreaming of becoming a hero. 

Cagaster of an Insect Cage (6/2/2020)

Thirty years after a disease that turns the infected into carnivorous insects emerged, a young exterminator and a teenage girl search for her mother.

TV Highlights

Serial Killer with Piers Morgan: Season 1 (1/2/2020)

Black Hollywood: ‘They’ve Gotta Have Us’ (5/2/2020)

Instant Hotel: Season 2 (11/2/2020)

South Park: Season 22 (22/2/2020)

Ash vs. Evil Dead: Season 3 (25/2/2020)

Film Highlights

Love Jacked (1/2/2020)

Sergio (1/2/2020)

Ghost (1/2/2020) 

I Feel Pretty (1/2/2020)

Rugrats in Paris: The Movie (1/2/2020)

Hey Arnold! The Movie (1/2/2020)

The Devil’s Own (1/2/2020)

The People vs. Larry Flynt (1/2/2020)

She Did That (4/2/2020)

Faith, Hope & Love (4/2/2020)

Uppity: The Willy T. Ribbs Story (5/2/2020)

#cats_the_mewvie (5/2/2020)

Q Ball (11/2/2020)

American Pie Presents: The Book of Love (14/2/2020)

The Chronicles of Riddick (14/2/2020)

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (14/2/2020)

This Is 40 (14/2/2020)

Tower Heist (14/2/2020)

Charlie St. Cloud (14/2/2020)

The Eagle (14/2/2020)

Skyscraper (17/2/2020)

The First Purge (17/2/2020)

Action Point (19/2/2020)

Girl On the Third Floor (22/2/2020)

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (24/2/2020)

Bleed for This (24/2/2020)

Every Time I Die (25/2/2020).

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6 Responses to “New to Netflix in February”

  1. It’s good that we are getting more recent movies on Netflix now like Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom which is now on Netflix 🙂

  2. I agree, Trevor, but it’s about time Netflix started licensing library content in 4K. 4K subscribers get a raw deal given the fierce premium Netflix charges for the format. Of course, in this market it doesn’t face competitive pressure to up its game, given Apple and Disney are the only 4K streamers. Everyone else, including (shockingly) Google Play, tops out at 1080p.

  3. I agree Philip. I don’t have 4k but I do think Netflix should do something about it 🙂

  4. More of The Chef Show! Consider me very happy!

  5. Really, Brian? Even though there’s still no sign of Doom Patrol?

  6. I live in hope for Doom Patrol.

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