Many exciting shows and films were released on Netflix last month, from the suspenseful “Griselda” to Kevin Hart’s “Lift.” This month, Netflix has lined up even more. From the new seasons of our favorite shows to new movies that we’ve been anticipating, this month promises to update your watchlist. We’ve compiled five shows and movies to watch on Netflix this month- so invite your friends and press ‘play.’
Love Is Blind
Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s with your partner or with best friends, nothing can go wrong with a love-themed movie. Netflix keys into this by releasing the sixth season of the reality dating show “Love Is Blind.”
In the new season, a new set of singles from North Carolina go into the pods in search of their soul mates. This could be called Netflix’s Val gift to everyone since it will be released on the 14th of February.
Avatar: The Last Airbender
We’ve all been looking forward to when this Netflix’s high-budget, live-action adaptation of the Nickelodeon series will be released. The eight-episode fantasy series depicts the life of young Avatar, Aang.
Played by Gordon Cormier, Aang learns to master the four elements to restore the world’s balance. The show also stars Elizabeth Yu, Daniel Dae Kim, and Ian Ousley. The series will launch on February 22.
Formula 1: Drive to Survive
This sports docuseries has undoubtedly influenced the global appeal of the Formula 1 game. The series is set to return with its sixth season, which highlights the 2023 Formula 1 season.
Held on a new street track across the famous Las Vegas Strip, the season shows the Las Vegas Grand Prix making a debut and Fernando Alonso taking the Aston Martin empty seat. The sixth series will be released on February 23.
This movie is both a thriller and a seductive romance, so if you love romance with a heavy dose of suspense, add this to your que. “Mea Culpa” was produced, written, and directed by the iconic Tyler Perry.
It follows the story of a criminal defense attorney who takes on the case of an artist accused of murder. She must choose between her duty, dangerous desires, and family. It comes out on February 23.
Code 8 (Part 2)
If you’re a science fiction fan, this movie promises to become a new favorite. Directed by Jeff Chan, the film stars “Arrowverse” alumni Stephen Amell and Robbie Amell.
A former criminal has no other option but to seek the partnership of a drug lord, he hates to protect a teenager from a bad cop. Set in a city where powerful people are oppressed, the movie will be gritty. It will be released on the 28th of February.