Update your watch list with 10 more Netflix releases, just in time for Valentine's month! Subscribers can particularly expect a swoon-worthy February with To All the Boys: Always and Forever, and two new exciting dramas starring Hallyu favorite Song Joong Ki!
Space Sweepers (February 5)
Set in 2092 when the Earth has become near uninhabitable, the human race is now divided into the privileged who live in a pristine habitat located between the Earth and the moon, while others are left to fend for themselves on the ruined planet. When a spaceship crew who live off salvaging space debris snatch a crashed space shuttle containing a seven-year-old girl, they soon realize she’s a prized human-like robot wanted by their privileged peers, and decide to demand ransom in exchange for her.
Starring: Song Joong Ki, Kim Tae Ri, Jin Sun-Kyu, Yoo Hai-Jin
Malcolm & Marie (February 5)
When a filmmaker and his girlfriend return home from his movie premiere, tensions rise and painful truths are revealed when they find themselves unearthing the problems bubbling beneath their relationship.
Starring: Zendaya, John David Washington
To All the Boys: Always and Forever (February 12)
Netflix’s hit rom-com trilogy is finally coming to an end with To All the Boys: Always and Forever. The third film finds Lara Jean Covey at the cusp of adulthood as two life-changing trips lead her to “reimagine what life with her family, friends, and Peter will look like after graduation.”
Starring: Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Ross Butler
The House Arrest of Us (February 1)
As per Filipino tradition, a long-term couple finally agrees to gather their family and make their engagement official with everyone in attendance. Unfortunately, their plans go awry when the implementation of a pandemic-induced lockdown forces all of them to quarantine under one roof.
Starring: Kathryn Bernardo, Daniel Padilla
Firefly Lane (February 3)
Based on a novel of the same name, Firefly Lane chronicles the inseparable bond between Tully and Kate, two unlikely childhood friends who weather through every milestone in their lives, up until an act of betrayal threatens to derail their life-long relationship.
Starring: Katherine Heigl, Sarah Chalke, Ben Lawson
Behind Her Eyes (February 17)
This suspenseful miniseries centers on a single mother whose routine life is upended when she enters into an affair with her new boss. Things take a disturbing turn when she ends up befriending his wife in the process, giving birth to a strange and dark love triangle.
Starring: Simona Brown, Eve Hewson, Tom Bateman, Robert Aramayo
Hello, Me! (February 17)
Miserable and unsuccessful, 37-year-old Ban Ha Ni settles for her uneventful, and monotonous life. That is until her 17-year-old self magically appears in front of her one day, demanding for change.
Starring: Choi Kang Hee, Kimg Young Kwang, Eum Moon Suk
Sisyphus (February 17)
Faced with the truth behind his brother’s untimely death, a genius engineer embarks on a harrowing journey that opens him up to the world's dangerous secrets. To add to his load, he crosses paths with a woman from the future who’s come looking for him.
Starring: Jo Seung Woo, Park Shin Hye, Sung Dong II
Vincenzo (February 20)
Vincenzo Casano, a South Korean-born Mafia lawyer in Italy, flees to his homeland after he finds himself caught in between two warring factions. There, he meets and falls in love with Hong Cha Young, a dedicated lawyer, who also becomes his one reason to stay in the country.
Starring: Song Joong Ki, Jun Yeo Bin, Ok Taecyeon
Ginny & Georgia (February 24)
After years on the run, a mother and her teen daughter finally attempt to live a normal life by settling down in a New England town. Things don’t go as planned when the mother’s past threatens to ruin their new way of life.
Starring: Brianne Howey, Antonia Gentry, Diesel La Torraca