Netflix is preparing many new series and films for this month. February will be full of surprises with exclusive productions and the continuation of some series. "The Umbrella Academy," for example, draws attention to the plot of a dysfunctional family of superheroes who are committed to solving the mystery of their father's death, the threat of the apocalypse and much more. If you are a fan of George RR Martin's work, we recommend "Nightflyers." The story consists of eight scientists and a telepathic who embark on a heartbreaking expedition to make contact with extraterrestrials. Will they succeed?

With a new show or Film to stream added to the list every day, you’ll never be stuck for what to watch on Netflix again.


The streaming site is offering a mix of classics and new titles to watch from the comfort of your own home. Overall, the month looks good for Netflix lovers.

Russian Doll

A dark riff on Groundhog Day, "Russian Doll" stars co-creator and Orange Is the New Black star Natasha Lyonne as Nadia, a woman who can’t seem to survive her own birthday party — because she keeps dying, and reliving it all over again. Created by Headland, Amy Poehler, and Natasha Lyonne—who stars—the trap is a literal one, fated to reset over and over. Nadia (Lyonne) is celebrating her 36th birthday at a strikingly weird Lower East Side loft party (the aesthetic is part Soho House, part Blade Runner).

The Umbrella Academy

"The Umbrella Academy" is the story of the Hargreeves orphans, a super-powered group of kids mysteriously born at the exact same time in different parts of the world, who are trained by their cold and manipulative adoptive father, Sir Reginald Hargreeves, to save the world. If you’re looking for a pulpy show with lots of action, melodramatic plotting and eccentric characters then "The Umbrella Academy" is your ticket.


High Flying Bird

"High Flying Bird" is a basketball movie, but you rarely see a basketball. It's a film about, as one character says, "the game on top of the game": the ways that NBA owners, broadcasters and advertisers profit from the sport. Steven Soderbergh’s High Flying Bird (from a script by the playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney) takes place in Manhattan during a months-long NBA lockout with no agreement in sight between owners and players.

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