Welcome to the love month, when romance is bubbling in the air. Whether or not you’ve partnered up in real life, Netflix is sure to have an episode—or an entire film—to keep you company for the days ahead. From a brand new K-drama to DonBelle on your streaming screens, here are Netflix’s February releases to pin to your viewing calendar.
You Season 4 Part 1 (February 9)
The thriller series continues in London, when Joe (Penn Badgley) vows to bury the past in favor of his best self. But the road to redemption isn’t quite smooth-sailing, when a new obsession arrives in the old British capital.
Starring: Penn Badgley, Tati Gabrielle, Charlotte Ritchie, Stephen Hagan, Lukas Gage
Love to Hate You (February 10)
Two opposites go toe-to-toe when an attorney repelled by men and an A-lister with a distrust of women encounter each other inside a law firm. A romantic plot twist awaits them, however, when their situation forces them to date each other.
Starring: Kim Ok Vin, Yoo Teo, Kim Ji Hoon, Go Won Hee, Lee Joo Bin
#NoFilter (February 15)
With student life filled to the brim with boredom, Marcely (Ademara) drops out of college to fulfill her ultimate dream: to become an influencer. Soon enough, she learns that getting e-fame is harder than it looks.
Starring: Ademara, Flávia Reis, Orã Figueiredo, Mel Maia, Thamirys Borsan
Red Rose (February 15)
The dream summer turns for the worse when a ragtag team of teens faces terror after downloading an app with lethal consequences.
Starring: Amelia Clarkson, Natalie Blair, Ellis Howard, Ali Khan, Ashna Rabheru, Harry Redding
Outer Banks Season 3 (February 23)
In the third installment of the action-adventure mystery drama, new adventures transport the Pogues to the Caribbean as they’re tasked to halt a rival’s search for a legendary lost city.
Starring: Chase Stokes, Madelyn Cline, Madison Bailey, Jonathan Daviss, Rudy Pankow
Dear David (February 9)
A straight-A student’s life gets upturned when her scandalous fantasy blog about her crush is revealed to the whole campus.
Starring: Shenina Cinnamon, Emir Mahiraz, Michael James, Caitlin North Lewis
Nobody (February 10)
The 2021 action thriller heads to the Netflix screens, where Bob Odenkirk’s Hutch Mansell, in the midst of a middle-age crisis, plays the tough-as-nails hero when an invasion threatens his home.
Starring: Bob Odenkirk, Aleksey Serebryakov, Connie Nielsen, Christopher Lloyd, Michael Ironside
Your Place or Mine (February 10)
Reese Witherspoon returns to the rom-com scene with Ashton Kutcher, as the two A-listers play best friends and polar opposites Debbie and Peter who swap homes for a week. With the peek at each other’s lives, it might just open the opportunity to love.
Starring: Reese Witherspoon, Ashton Kutcher, Wesley Kimmel, Steve Zahn, Rachel Bloom
Unlocked (February 17)
In the Korean thriller, a woman’s life is soon threatened when a dangerous stranger acquires her phone to track her every move.
Starring: Woo Hee Chun, Si Wan Yim, Kim Hee Won, Park HoSan
An Inconvenient Love (February 23)
Animator aspirant Ayef (Belle Mariano) has no plans of falling in love, but when sparks fly with a boy named Manny (Donny Pangilinan), they agree to a casual relationship before she flies for Singapore. But what happens when their romance reaches the expiration date?
Starring: Belle Mariano, Donny Pangilinan, JC Alcantara, Epy Quizon, Maxene Magalona
We Have a Ghost (February 23)
A family becomes unlikely internet sensations after they discover a ghost named Ernest (David Harbour) haunting their new home. Their curiosity about his past life compels them to do some digging–which soon places them on the CIA hit list.
Starring: David Harbour, Jennifer Coolidge, Anthony Mackie, Jackson Kelly
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