January was a pretty fantastic month for new additions to Netflix, but what does the second month of the year have in store for subscribers? February brings an array of exciting new original shows and movies, as well as a list of existing projects for fans to gawk at, and we’ve picked out the movies and TV to keep an eye on.
But before we get into that, a brief disclaimer: we based our choices on Netflix UK additions, so be sure to check locally for accurate information regarding your region.
Deadwater Fell – Feb. 7
David Tennant headlines this BBC drama series investigating a harrowing crime that rocks a rural Scottish community.
One Day – Feb. 8
This romantic drama, based on the novel by David Nicholls, follows two young people as they promise to keep in touch after spending their graduation night together.
Lover, Stalker, Killer – Feb. 9
This crime documentary series explores a mechanic who, while dating a woman online, formulates an obsession that soon leads to a serious and terrifying end.
Avatar: The Last Airbender – Feb. 22
Netflix’s live-action version of the iconic Nickelodeon series follows the story of the Avatar Aang as he is tasked with mastering all the elements while defending his friends from the destructive Fire Nation.
Formula 1: Drive to Survive (Season 6) – Feb. 23
The sixth season of perhaps Netflix’s most popular sports documentary series looks to cover the events of the 2023 Formula One season, while preparing fans for the 2024 season, which kicks off at the end of the month.
Code 8: Part II – Feb. 28
The highly anticipated sequel to the sci-fi superhero action film. In this film, Robbie and Stephen Amell fight to help a young girl get the justice her murdered brother deserves.
November Criminals (2017) – Feb. 1
Ansel Elgort and Chloë Grace Moretz lead this crime film about two best friends investigating the murder of one of their schoolmates.
Orion and the Dark – Feb. 2
DreamWorks Animation brings to life this adventure in which a young boy goes on a great journey alongside the physical manifestation of his fears.
King Richard (2021) – Feb. 6
This Oscar-winning film is about the Williams sisters and how they grew up and were trained to become tennis superstars. It was also the film for which Will Smith won his first Oscar, all before he beat Chris Rock live on stage and was expelled from the Academy shortly thereafter for his actions.
Green Book (2018) – Feb. 10
Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali star in this acclaimed drama that follows the life of an Italian-American bouncer who becomes the chauffeur of an African-American classical pianist touring the American South in the 1960s. This film won multiple Oscars, including that for Best Picture in 2019.
House for rent – Feb. 10
This horror film is about a landlord tormented by a terrifying cult.
Players – Feb. 14
Gina Rodriguez leads a cast also starring Tom Ellis and Damon Wayans Jr. in this rom-com about a New York sportswriter adept at casual hook-ups who falls for one of her targets.
My Son (2021) – Feb. 20
James McAvoy and Claire Foy star in this crime drama about a young divorced couple searching for their missing seven-year-old son who was snatched from a campsite.