If there was every a month for Netflix and chill, it’d be February. Yes, we know the Internet has been waaaaaay saturated with the term, but this time hear us out. February is the height of cuffing season, being that it’s still cold out and all. Plus, since you never know when there’s going to be another nor’easter headed your way (I see you, East Coasters), staying in with your boo and binge watching TV shows — perhaps brushing up on Gilmore Girls before its rumored return? — is the thing to do. Plus, February has Valentine’s Day. What’s more romantic that dinner and a movie? Nothing. So check out all the new titles headed your way on Netflix next month.

Fuller House


First things first, Fuller House (2/26)  is FINALLY, FINALLY making its debut this month. We have awaited the Tanner family for months now and we’re in the home stretch. If you need a laugh, comedian Hannibal Burress’ standup special, Hannibal Buress: Comedy Camisado (2/5) is set to debut, as will comedy special Theo Von: No Offense (2/26). If you’re looking for even more comedy, check out Judd Apatow’s new show about romantic hits and misses titled simply Love (2/19).

If you’re feeling more in the mood for action films, check out the sequel to the original epic Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny (2/26) releasing exclusively on Netflix. Another show to watch is Omnivore’s Dilemma author Michael Pollan’s new show on how food shapes our world, Cooked (2/19). And of course there are a few goodies in store for the kids, like season two of Care Bear & Cousins (2/5) and season three of Turbo: F.A.S.T. (2/5).


Since February is the perfect month for love and all those feelings, you’ll be ecstatic to hear Keira Knightley + James McAvoy’s romance/drama Atonement (2/16). Love is in the stars with Stardust (2/1), the celestial flick starring Claire Danes and Charlie Cox, and the black comedy I Love You Phillip Morris (2/3). For those feeling some ’90s nostalgia, check out Reese Witherspoon, Ryan Phillippe and Sarah Michelle Gellar in Cruel Intentions (2/1).

You can also see watch Ben Affleck looking dreamy in space in asteroid-filled flick Armageddon (2/1) and watch Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu and Drew Barrymorre kick bad guy butt in Charlie’s Angels (2/1). Other action films include Full Metal Jacket (2/1), Collateral Damage (2/1) and neo noir comic book thriller Sin City (2/1). If you’re looking for comedy, check out the Will Farrell classic Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2/1) and the hilarious Johnny English (2/1).

For the whole family, there’s the 2002 live action Scooby-Doo (2/1), Land Before Time: XIV: Journey of the Brave (2/2), The Little Engine That Could (2/1), Open Season (2/15) and Pokemon the Movie: Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction (2/1).



Breaking Bad fans rejoice! The show’s acclaimed spinoff Better Call Saul (2/1) will soon be streaming at a TV near you. Also, there’s the binge-worthy The Lizzie Borden Chronicles (2/1) featuring Christina Ricci as the title axe murderer headed your way. Looking for more creeptastic shows? Check out season two of supernatural thriller The Returned (2/17). Another title we’re waiting for with bated breath is Mad Men: Season 7 Part 2 (2/5) because DON DRAPER. Enough said.

For the little ones, get them excited about season one of animated fairy tale series Masha’s Tales (2/1) and Pokemon: XY (2/1).

Are there any titles you’re particularly excited about? Tweet us @BritandCo!