Everything New & Noteworthy to Stream in February

Now that we’re one month in to 2020 and the winter slump is in full swing, your favorite streaming services are encouraging viewers to fully embrace hibernation mode with a seriously entertaining lineup of new movies and TV shows for February.

If you’ve been keeping up, the biggest networks have made no secret of what releases customers can expect over the next couple of years. While established services like Netflix and HBO have teased additional seasons of shows like Stranger Things, You, Euphoria, and Westworld, the recently-launched Disney+ shows no signs of slowing its role with news of an upcoming televised version of the Broadway musical Hamilton, Marvel spin-offs like Falcon and Winter Soldier, and a second season of the cult-favorite Mandalorian.

In the meantime, however, there are plenty of great options that’ll have you forgoing any evening plans in favor of staying in with your remote.

So, without further ado, here’s everything new you need to stream in February from all of your favorite networks. Just one word of caution: you might not want to leave your couch until spring comes around with so many addicting options to tune in to.

 

To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, Netflix

Release Date: February 12, 2020

Fans of the breakout Netflix original To All The Boys I Love Before can see Lara Jean and Peter Kavinksy reunite when To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You heads to the service on February 12. In the sequel, viewers will see Lara Jean figuring out some speed bumps in her romance with Peter Kavinsky when another recipient of her love letters makes his way back into her life.

 

Narcos: Mexico Season 2, Netflix

Release Date: February 13, 2020

The second season of Netflix’s drug-cartel drama about the Mexican illegal drug trade in the 1980s is heading back to the streaming service on February 13. The new season has DEA agent Scoot McNairy returning to seek justice for the death of Kiki Camarena at the hands of Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo. If you loved the original Narcos show, you definitely won’t want to miss this installment.

 

Grace & Frankie Season 6, Netflix

Season six of Grace & Frankie, which brings back powerhouse duo Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, will be its second to last. This season is full of familiar faces and plenty of hijinks as the friends discover $50,000 in a couch and are temporarily forced to live with their ex-husbands.

 

Miss Americana, Netflix

Swifties won’t want to miss Miss Americana, which gives a behind-the-scenes look at Taylor Swift’s life over the past few years. In the documentary, viewers can follow along as Swift sheds her previous public persona as she goes up against her management company, opens up about her romance with Joe Alwyn, and speaks out about politics. 

 

Cheer, Netflix

Netflix’s documentary Cheer, which tells the inspiring story of the cheerleading team at Navarro College as they get ready to compete, was a breakout hit when it was released in late December. The documentary, which follows the team members on and off the field, quickly grew a fan following due to its heartwarming storyline and likable characters.

 

Hunters, Amazon Prime Video

Release Date: February 21, 2020

On February 21, viewers looking for a new show to binge-watch will want to check out the Jordan Peele-produced Hunters, which is set in 1977 New York and stars Al Pacino. The series tells the story of a diverse group of Nazi hunters who decide to take matters into their own hands when they discover former Nazi soldiers are planning a Fourth Reich.

 

The Farewell, Amazon Prime Video

Release Date: February 12, 2020

Awkwafina’s critically-lauded and Golden Globe-nominated The Farewell follows the story of a family who returns to China to say goodbye to their dying matriarch, and all the family dynamics that ensue as a result.

 

Honey Boy, American Prime Video

Release Date: February 7, 2020

Starting on February 7, viewers can check out Amazon Original movie Honey Boy. The film stars Shia LaBeouf and is based on his own story of growing up as a child actor with an abusive father.

 

High Fidelity, Hulu

Release Date: February 14, 2020

Zoë Kravitz is executive producing and starring in the new Hulu original series High Fidelity, which is loosely based off of the 2000 romantic comedy, but bends gender roles and adds other more modern elements to the classic story.

 

Shrill Season 2, Hulu

Viewers can currently tune into Shrill season two, which tunes back in to the empowering story of protagonist Annie as she continues to navigate accepting her body while quitting her job and breaking up with her boyfriend during the show’s second installment.

 

Homeland Season 6 and 7, Hulu

With Homeland’s eighth and final season set to premiere on February 9, Hulu customers can catch up if they need to, as previous seasons of the long-running spy thriller are now currently available to stream on the service.

 

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Episode 702, Disney+

Release Date: February 28, 2020

A brand new episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars might be the most exciting offering to be heading to Disney+ in February. Episode 702, titled “A Distant Echo,” will pick up where the series left off in 2014 and continue telling the story of Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi’s adventures between the timelines of Star Wars: Episode II—Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: Episode III—Revenge of the Sith.

 

Toy Story 4, Disney+

In the meantime, viewers can watch Toy Story 4, which dropped on February 5 and continues to follow Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and the rest of the gang as they adjust to life as Bonnie’s toys. For ’90s fans, there’s even a Bo Peep cameo to add some major nostalgia to the film. The studio’s live-action reboots of Aladdin and The Lion King, which hit theaters last year, also came to the streaming service in January.

 

The Outsider, HBO

Fans of crime and supernatural shows will want to tune into the lauded adaption of Stephen King’s horror thriller The Outsider, which tells the story of a murder case that raises questions when an insidious supernatural entity gets involved. Starring Ben Mendelsohn and Jason Bateman, the miniseries has already been a hit with viewers. 

 

Avenue 5, HBO

In January, Veep‘s Armando Iannucci released the science fiction and comedy series Avenue 5, which stars Hugh Laurie and follows the story of a space mission to Saturn that goes awry. If you’re looking for a choice that’s out-of-the-box and delivers plenty of laughs, this is a good option.