Netflix released a huge array of original content last year. From low budget romances to docuseries and even Oscar-nominated movies like The Irishman and Marriage Story.
Still, with all the new content and returning series slated for 2020, it will be hard to catch up with their ever-expanding library. Later this year Netflix will release new seasons of popular shows like Stranger Things and 13 Reasons Why.
Also highly anticipated is Beverly Hills Cop 4 with Eddie Murphy. Plus a load of documentaries, comedy specials and animated series.
But for now, let’s focus on February. A month when Netflix will give you plenty of reasons to hang out on your couch.
Here’s a list of shows you can expect in February 2020:
The Pharmacist, Limited Docuseries – (February 5, 2020)
After the tragic death of his son, a Louisiana pharmacist sets out to expose the corruption behind the opioid addiction crisis.
Locke & Key, Season 1 – (February 7, 2020)
Based on the acclaimed graphic novels from Joe Hill (the son of Stephen King), this new thriller opens as the Locke brothers move back to their ancestral home following the brutal murder of their father.
Soon they discover a collection of magical keys that unlock mysterious powers and something a lot more sinister.
To All the Boys 2: P.S. I Still Love You – (February 12, 2020)
It’s highly unusual, but we’re all excited to hear that Netflix is releasing a follow up to the much-loved teen film, To All The Boys I Loved Before.
Now that Lara Jean (Lana Candor) and Peter (Noah Centineo) are a real couple, we’ll find our heroine navigating the complex world of first love. So how exactly do you balance a relationship while trying to find your authentic self?
Even more questions arise when John Ambrose, another recipient of the infamous love letters, shows up on the scene. Uh oh, get ready for a teen love triangle! And just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Narcos, Mexico, Season 2 – (February 13, 2020)
It seems we can never get enough of drug lords and their nefarious dealings. This season Narcos will take us back to the roots of the Guadalajara Cartel that rose to power in the 1980s.
As Felix Gallardo (Diego Luna) takes the reins, he unifies a loose band of independent growers into a force to be reckoned with.
The south of the border action will be coming at you on February 13th.
Sort of a bloody Valentine then?
Love Is Blind, Season 1 – (February 13, 2020)
Do looks matter in romantic relationships, or is love really blind? This new dating series will explore the age-old theme in a 10-episode series from the producers of Married At First Sight.
The new reality show will feature singles that have signed up for an unconventional approach to dating. Their ultimate goal: find the love of their life without ever having laid eyes on them beforehand.
Guess these people have never heard of pheromones.
Cable Girls, Season 5 – Part 1 – (February 14, 2020)
Soapy Spanish shows have been a hit for Netflix overall. In 2020 Cable Girls, their longest-running foreign series will wrap up.
The story follows four telephone operators from different backgrounds as they navigate romance, friendship and the “modern-day” workplace of the 1920s.
Part 1 of the final season launches on Valentine’s Day, while Part 2 will come out in late 2020.
Isi & Ossi – (February 14, 2020)
Isi & Ossi is German romantic comedy. And yes, there is such a thing. She’s the daughter of a billionaire and aspiring chef. He’s a boxer. Together they form a mutually beneficial alliance to get what they want.
Looks like fists and sparks are going to fly.
Better Call Saul, Season 5 – (February 24, 2020 – Excluding the USA)
Sorry, American fans of Saul. Although Netflix will release the fifth and final season of this hit show from AMC, it won’t be available on US Netflix until about a year after the show wraps up (as with previous seasons).
Meanwhile, worldwide Netflix fans will continue to watch as small-time lawyer Jimmy McGill devolves into criminal Saul Goodman from Breaking Bad.
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Followers, Season 1 – (February 27, 2020)
There’s been a lot of international fare showing up on Netflix over the past couple of years. Followers, which is set in Tokyo, will continue that trend.
When an aspiring actress hits it big on Instagram, she has to start dealing with superstardom and all the complications it brings.
Netflix bills it as a witty and inspiring show that focuses on social networks.
Altered Carbon, Season 2 – (February 27, 2020)
The second season of this dark sci-fi series we will see Anthony Mackie take over the leading role.
All the Bright Places – (February 28, 2020)
This feature film starring Elle Fanning and Justice Smith is based on the novel of the same name.
The romantic drama focuses on two young people with emotional scars as they struggle to overcome their pasts. Billed as a refreshingly human exploration of young love, mental illness and the impact it has on relationships, this one is sure to be a tear-jerker.
Keep the tissues handy.
Queen Sono, Season 1 – (February 28, 2020)
In another breakthrough moment for Netflix, Queen Sono will mark its first original release from the African continent.
The drama series will follow a secret agent as she tackles criminal operations and her troubled personal life.
Movie, Movies, Movies
Tons of movies will also be coming your way. Here are a list of flicks and some other shows to look out for in February:
- A Bad Mom’s Christmas
- A Little Princess
- Back to the Future III
- Blade Runner: The Final Cut
- Center Stage
- Cookie’s Fortune
- Dear John
- The Dirty Dozen
- Dirty Harry
- Driving Miss Daisy
- Elizabeth the Golden Age
- Fools Rush In
- Love Jacked
- The Notebook
- The Other Guys
- The Pianist
- Police Academy 1-7
- Purple Rain
- Scary Movie 2
- Sex and the City 2
- Team Kaylie: Part 3
- Faith, Hope & Love
- She Did That
- Tom Papa: You’re Doing Great!
- Black Hollywood: They’ve Gotta Have Us
- Uppity: The Willy T. Ribbs Story
- Cagaster of an Insect Cage
- The Ballad of Lefty Brown
- Dragons: Rescue Riders, Season 2
- Horse Girl
- My Holo Love
- Who Killed Malcolm X
- The Coldest Game
- Captain Underpants: Epic Choice-o-Rama
- Good Time
- Camino A Roma
- Q Ball
- Anna Karenina
- Dragon Quest: Your Story
- A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon
- Starship Troopers
- The Expànding Universe of Ashley Garcia
- Chef Show: Volume 3
- A Haunted House
- Glitch Techs
- Puerta 7
- System Crasher
- Girl on the Third Floor
- Full Count
- Every Time I Die
- I’m Not Okay With This
- The Angry Birds Movie
- Pokemon: Mewtwo Strikes Back – Evolution
- Babylon Berlin: Season 3
- Formula 1: Drive to Survive: Season 2
- Jeopardy!: Celebrate Alex Collection
- Jeopardy!: Cindy Stowell Collection
- Jeopardy: Seth Wilson Collection
- La Trinchera Infinita
- Restaurants on the Edge
- Jerry Maguire
And we know it wasn’t technically in February, but Taylor Swift snuck in her release Taylor Swift: Miss Americana the last day in January.
In the meantime, you have plenty of new shows, movies and returning series to look forward to on Netflix.
New Additions to Netflix February 2020:
- The Pharmacist
- Locke & Key, Season 1
- To All the Boys 2: P.S. I Still Love You
- Narcos, Mexico: Season 2
- Love Is Blind, Season 1
- Cable Girls, Season 5 – Part 1
- Isi & Ossi
- Better Call Saul, Season 5
- Followers, Season 1
- Altered Carbon, Season 2
- All the Bright Places
- Queen Sono, Season 1
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Sherry is a freelance writer who worked as an actor before transitioning to an award-winner career in advertising. During a vacation to Mexico, she fell in love and never left. Sherry (aka Cherita) now spends her time bouncing between the US and Mexico writing, running, cooking, meditating and exploring lots of cool stuff on the other side of the wall.view post