Whether you're wanting to lean into the romance for Valentine's Day, or looking for something completely different, streaming sites like Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, Crave and Apple TV+ will be home to a wide range of new TV shows and movies to watch in February.
Gina Rodriguez stars in a new Netflix rom-com movie, Jennifer Lopez "J. Lo" has a film on Prime Video to accompany to release of her next album, Curb Your Enthusiasm is sadly coming to an end, and Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul star Jonathan Banks is reunited with director/producer Michelle MacLaren for the space thriller Constellation on Apple TV+.
What to watch on Netflix: New TV shows and movies
Orion and the Dark - Feb. 2
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind writer Charlie Kaufman crafted the story for the movie Orion and the Dark, based on the book by Emma Yarlett. It's set around the fears of one child, Orion (voiced by Jacob Tremblay), and one of Orion's biggest fears is being scared of the Dark. But when he sees the physical embodiment of Dark (Paul Walter Hauser), they both realize that they're more similar than expected.
Players - Feb. 14
Gina Rodriguez and Tom Ellis star in the upcoming rom-com Players. Mack (Rodriguez) is a sportwriter in New York who's been making "plays" to assist her friends trying to hook up on nights out. But things change when she falls for Nick (Ellis).
What to watch on Disney+: New TV shows and movies
Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 3- Feb. 21
In the final season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, the Batch fight to reunite with Omega, while facing significant threats, forcing them to seek out allies
The cast includes Dee Bradley Baker (American Dad!), Michelle Ang (Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462), Keisha Castle-Hughes (Whale Rider), Jimmi Simpson (Westworld) and Wanda Sykes (The Upshaws).
Shōgun - Feb. 27
Based on the novel by James Clavell, FX’s Shōgun takes us to Japan in 1600. Lord Yoshii Toranaga (Hiroyuki Sanada) is facing his enemies on the Council of Regents, when a mysterious European ship is trapped in a fishing village close by.
What to watch on Prime Video: New TV shows and movies
Upgraded - Feb. 9
For a little rom-com love around Valentine's Day, Riverdale star Camila Mendes plays an intern, Ana, in Upgraded, coming to Prime Video Feb. 9. Ana is trying to break into the art world by impressing her boss, played by Marisa Tomei, but when Ana gets upgraded to first class on a flight and meets Will (Archie Renaux), a white lie leaves her taking things a step to far, essentially posing as her boss.
The film's cast also includes comedian Matteo Lane, Saoirse-Monica Jackson (Derry Girls), Anthony Head (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Fola Evans-Akingbola (The Night Agent).
This Is Me…Now: A Love Story - Feb. 16
Jennifer Lopez "J. Lo" fans will get a "narrative-driven cinematic odyssey" with the release of This Is Me…Now: A Love Story, to accompany the release of her next album. It promises to showcase "her journey to love through her own eyes," in addition to "fantastical costumes, breathtaking choreography, and star-studded cameos."
What to watch on Crave: New TV shows and movies
Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 12 - Feb. 4
Larry David's award-winning series is coming to an end after more than two decades, with Season 12 of Curb Your Enthusiasm premiering Feb. 4. Jeff Garlin, Susie Essman, Cheryl Hines, J.B. Smoove, Richard Lewis, Ted Danson, Vince Vaughn, and Tracey Ullman will all be featured in the final season of the series.
Tokyo Vice Season 2 - Feb. 8
Inspired by journalist Jake Adelstein’s account of working on the Tokyo Metropolitan Police beat, the second season of Tokyo Vice, starring Ansel Elgort, is set to go "deeper into the city’s criminal underworld," with the lives of people close to Adelstein in danger.
What to watch on Apple TV+: New TV shows and movies
The Dynasty: New England Patriots - Feb. 16
A 10-part documentary, The Dynasty: New England Patriots chronicles the rise of the New England Patriots, including interviews with former quarterback Tom Brady, coach Bill Belichick and owner Robert Kraft.
Constellation - Feb. 21
Written by Peter Harness (Doctor Who), executive produced and co-directed by Michelle MacLaren (Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, Game of Thrones), Constellation is a psychological-thriller, set around a space adventure.
The series stars Noomi Rapace, along with Jonathan Banks, James D'Arcy, Julian Looman, William Catlett and Barbara Sukowa.
What to watch on Paramount+: New TV shows and movies
Halo Season 2 - Feb. 8
In Season 2 of Halo, Master Chief John-117 (Pablo Schreiber) leads Spartans against the Covenant, which he believes are planning an attack.
The Family Stallone Season 2 - Feb. 21
The Stallone family will return to our screens in February with the Season 2 of The Family Stallone. Sophia and Sistine are living in New York, while Scarlet is figuring out college life in Miami, but all members of the family will come together for a trip to Italy.
What to watch on Hayu: New TV shows
Below Deck Season 11 - Feb. 5
Captain Kerry leads his crew on Below Deck Season 11 in Grenada. Fraser Olender returns as Chief Stew, but different leadership styles are set to cause some tension, in addition to possible boatmances.
Summer House Season 8 - Feb. 22
The Summer House group is back to the Hamptons for Season 8 of the series, with added newcomers Jesse Solomon and West Wilson. We're set to see Lindsay and Carl's relationship struggle, as fans know they called off their engagement.
What to watch on Fubo: Premier League
With Liverpool making it to the top of the Premier League standings at this point, the team faces off against Arsenal, following not far behind, on Feb. 4.
What to watch on Mubi: New movies
Eve's Bayou - Feb. 1
The 1997 film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), starring Samuel L. Jackson, Jurnee Smollett, Megan Good and Lynn Whitfield. Eve's Bayou is set in Louisiana, where 10-year-old Eve is faced with the reality of his father's infidelity.
Lovely & Amazing - Feb. 14
Filmmaker Nicole Holofcener's 2001 film Lovely & Amazing lands on Mubi on Valentine's Day. The story is about wealthy mother Jane (Brenda Blethyn) and her three daughters, Michelle (Catherine Keener), Elizabeth (Emily Mortimer), and her adopted kid Annie (Raven Goodwin).