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These Are the New Netflix Releases to Watch Out for This February 2019

Yes, Lee Jong Suk's latest K-drama included!
These Are the New Netflix Releases to Watch Out for This February 2019
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Yes, Lee Jong Suk's latest K-drama included!

Valentine's day is coming up, and in true Netflix and chill fashion, the streaming website's got new releases for your viewing pleasure—whether you're planning on celebrating it with a special someone, with your group of friends, or, you know, alone. Scroll through your options below! For our single friends, don't worry, there are plenty of selections to help you avoid those cheesy rom-coms.

TV Series

Russian Doll (February 1)

Natasha Lyonne plays a woman who dies after leaving her 36th birthday party, only to wake up and to re-live the same day over and over, finding that she's stuck in a loop where she repeatedly dies in different ways. It's essentially a dark comedy version of similar movies like Groundhog Day, Before I Fall, and Happy Death Day.

Nightflyers (February 1)

Based on George R.R. Martin's horror novella set in 2093, Nightflyers chronicles the story of a space ship crew on a journey to make contact with alien-life for the first time. Their situation turns eerie when they realize there's an unknown mayhem-causing entity onboard the ship with them, leading the band of astronauts to turn against each other.

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Romance Is a Bonus Book (February 2)

Lee Na Young and Lee Jong Suk star in this romantic comedy following the life of a former copywriter who lands a job in a publishing company, where her life subsequently gets intertwined with their young editor-in-chief's.

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One Day at a Time: Season 3 (February 8)

The Alvarez family returns with more ridiculous shenanigans, heartwarming stories, and a whole lot of laughter. If this fun Cuban family hasn't won over your heart yet, it's high time you let them! You won't regret it.

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Dirty John (February 14)

Harboring the same unsettling energy as You, Dirty John is based on the real-life experience of a successful interior designer who, after only two months, had fallen in love with and married a dangerous gold-digger unbeknownst to her.

The Umbrella Academy (February 15)

A dysfunctional family of superheroes who had grown estranged during their teenage years band together years later to uncover the mystery behind the death of their adoptive father.

Films

Dear Ex (Febraury 1)

After her ex-husband passes away, a woman discovers that he's cut off their son from his insurance policy, in favor of a man named Jay, who her son also mysteriously moves in with shortly after. 

Velvet Buzzsaw (February 1)

The found paintings of an unknown artist turn out be haunted by supernatural entities. They take revenge on the greedy wealthy who have grossly profited from the art industry.

Ken Jeong: You Complete Me, Ho (February 14)

Single on Valentines? Stop pouting in a corner and have a laugh instead with Ken Jeong in his stand-up comedy special as he reflects on his journey while transitioning from a doctor to a comedian and his wife's battle with breast cancer.

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Isn't It Romantic (February 28)

Having developed a cynicism for love from a young age, Natalie is knocked out from a mugging incident and wakes up as her worst nightmare: the leading lady in an alternate universe where every single rom-com trope you could ever dream of comes true. The movies boasts of a star-studded cast with Rebel Wilson, Liam Hemsworth, and Priyanka Chopra.

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