February brings a diverse mix of movies, series, and documentaries across Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and HBO. Here are our picks of new, returning, or notable series and movies that beg for your binge this month.

New on Netflix in February

Natasha Lyonne in Russian Doll on Netflix

Russian Doll: Natasha Lyonne in a Groundhog Day-esqe, 8-part series that interjects murder-mystery with its star’s trademark sparks of comedy and biting dialogue.

  • 2/1 – Russian Doll – 8-part series starring Natasha Lyonne
  • 2/1 – Velvet Buzzsaw – Horror film starring Jake Gyllenhaal
  • 2/1 – Complete Jaws MoviesJaws, Jaws 2, Jaws 3, Jaws: The Revenge
  • 2/5 – Ray Romano: Right Here, Around the Corner – Comedy special
  • 2/6 – The Soloist – Based on a true story, starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jamie Foxx
  • 2/8 – High Flying Bird – Directed by Steven Soderbergh and written by Moonlight’s writer Tarell Alvin McCraney
  • 2/8 – The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants – Season 2
  • 2/8 – Kevin Hart’s Guide to Black History – Comedy special
  • 2/8 – One Day at a Time – Season 3
  • 2/9 – The Break – Season 2
  • 2/10 – Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj – Volume 2
  • 2/14 – Ken Jeong: You Complete Me, Ho – Comedy special
  • 2/15 – The Umbrella Academy –  A Dark Horse Comics adaptation starring Ellen Page
  • 2/15 – The Dragon Prince – Season 2
  • 2/16 – Black Sea – A submarine disaster-thriller starring Jude Law
  • 2/16 – Studio 54 – A documentary on the famed NYC hangout
  • 2/22 – The Big Family Cooking Showdown – Season 2
  • 2/22 – Chef’s Table – Volume 6
  • 2/22 – Rebellion – Season 2
  • 2/22 – Paddleton – Comedy film starring Ray Romano
  • 2/27 – Unsolved: Tupac & Biggie – 10-episode series starring Josh Duhamel and Jimmi Simpson

New to Amazon in February

Lorena Documentary on Amazon

Lorena: Amazon’s 4-episode documentary series revisits the shocking case of Lorena and John Wayne Bobbitt. It revisits a sensational story that gripped the media in 1993 with modern perspective.

  • 2/1 – Agatha Christie Presents: ABC Murders – Season 1 inspired by the novel
  • 2/1 – The Matrix TrilogyThe Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, and The Matrix Revolutions
  • 2/6 – Hillary – Biography series on Sir Edmund Hillary, the famed mountain climber
  • 2/8 – White Dragon – Season 1 of a murder mystery/conspiracy series starring John Simm
  • 2/8 – Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot – Comedy-drama film starring Joaquin Phoenix, Jonah Hill, Rooney Mara, and Jack Black, directed by Gus Van Sant
  • 2/15 – Lorena – 4-episode documentary series about John and Lorena Bobbitt’s assault and court case
  • 2/23 – Death Wish – Remake of the 1974 film starring Bruce Willis and directed by Eli Roth

New to Hulu in February

Three Identical Strangers

Three Identical Strangers: A shocking documentary film about triplets separated at birth. It takes viewers on a rollercoaster ride of surprise and joy that turns dark and tragic.

  • 2/1 – Into the Dark: Down – The new episode of Blumhouse’s horror movie series
  • 2/3 – Legion – Season 2
  • 2/4 – Saints & Sinners – Seasons 1-3
  • 2/4 – Real Housewives of New York City – Season 10
  • 2/8 – PEN15 – Season 1 of a middle school-based adult comedy
  • 2/14 – Zac & Mia – Season 2
  • 2/15 – Jamie’s Quick and Easy – Seasons 1-2
  • 2/18 – The Sisters Brothers – Dark comedy/western starring John C. Reilly and Joaquin Phoenix
  • 2/20 – Stan Against Evil – Season 3
  • 2/23 – Death Wish – Remake of the 1974 film starring Bruce Willis and directed by Eli Roth
  • 2/25 – Archer: Danger Island – Season 9
  • 2/26 – The Voice – Season 16 premiere
  • 2/26 – Three Identical Strangers – Documentary film about triplets separated at birth with a dark twist
  • 2/27 – World of Dance – Season 3 premiere
  • 2/28 – Whiskey Cavalier – Season 1 of the drama starring Scott Foley as an FBI agent and Lauren Cohan as an CIA operative

New to HBO in February

Breaking In with Gabrielle Union

Breaking In: Although this thriller received mixed reviews, Gabrielle Union was praised in her lead role as a mother who stops at nothing to protect her children as their home is invaded by murderous burglars.

  • 2/2 – Uncle Drew – Sports comedy film featuring NBA All-Stars playing old men
  • 2/8 – 2 Dope Queens – Season 2 premiere
  • 2/9 – Won’t You Be My Neighbor? – Documentary film about the life, career, and earnest philosophy of Fred Rogers, a.k.a. Mr. Rogers
  • 2/15 – Deadpool 2 (Super Duper Cut Unrated Version) – The Ryan Reynolds starring, R-rated superhero film with 15 additional minutes over the theatrical cut
  • 2/18 – Last Week Tonight with John Oliver – Season 6 premiere
  • 2/23 – Breaking In – Action suspense film starring Gabrielle Union