What to stream in February 2024

What to stream in February 2024: Netflix, Disney+, Stan, Amazon Prime + more

From big-budget blockbusters to the return of fan-favourite series', this is your guide to what's new on streaming services in February 2024.

DON’T LOOK NOW, but summer is slowly reaching its end. While the season itself is still going strong and will continue to hold out for just over another month, the feeling of summer is beginning to slip away. Now that everyone has returned to work, there’s less time for late afternoons by the beach, and the far simpler option of staying home for a good old-fashioned streaming binge is becoming more appealing by the day. It isn’t all bad news though. The new content coming to streaming platforms in February is worth staying in for.

February also brings us to the annual romantic movie solstice: Valentine’s Day. Whether you prefer straight up romance, or a touch of comedy, there’s plenty to choose from. This February, streaming platforms are your oyster. But with so much on offer and so many platforms vying for your hard-earned coin, it can be difficult to navigate the stream-scape. Esquire has you covered though.

We’ve rounded up the very best movies and shows coming to streaming platforms in February 2024. With a mix of critically acclaimed blockbusters popping up for their digital debuts and original series’ making their long-awaited premieres, there’s something for everyone in February. Read on to find the source of your next binge fix.

What’s new on Netflix in February?

 

 

February Netflix Highlight – Formula 1: Drive To Survive, season 6

 

Formula 1’s popularity has grown exponentially since the premiere of Drive To Survive, becoming a truly global sport in the process. Now, the hit series is returning for a sixth season that will recount the events of the tumultuous F1 2023 season. Despite his dominance on the track, don’t expect the sixth season of Drive To Survive to be the Max Verstappen show. The series delves deeper into the storylines going on behind the scenes, which might be less flashy, but are far more dramatic. Look for Australian phenom Oscar Piastri to feature often.

Elsewhere, One Day should satiate your Valentine’s Day desires, The Devil Wears Prada and She’s The Man will provide a mid-2000s blast from the past, and Kelly Rowland will try her hand at acting in legal thriller Mea Culpa.

February 2

  • Let’s Talk About CHU

February 7

  • The Devil Wears Prada
  • Love Never Lies Poland, season 2, part 2
  • Raël: The Alien Prophet

February 8

  • One Day

February 9

  • Bhakshak
  • Lover, Stalker, Killer
  • Alpha Males, season 2
  • A Killer Paradox
  • Ashes

February 13

  • Sunderland ‘Til I Die, season 3
  • Kill Me If You Dare

February 14

  • Good Morning, Verônica, season 3
  • Players
  • The Heartbreak Agency
  • Love Is Blind, season 6
  • A Soweto Love Story

February 15

  • House of Ninjas
  • Read, Set, Love
  • The Vince Staples Show
  • Little Nicholas: Life of a Scoundrel
  • AlRawabi School for Girls, season 2
  • Love, Simon
  • Killing Eve, seasons 1-4
  • NCIS, seasons 10-14

February 16

  • The Abyss
  • Einstein and the Bomb
  • Venom: Let There Be Carnage
  • Comedy Chaos
  • Eddie’s Lil’ Homies, season 1

February 19

  • Rhythm + Flow Italy

February 20

  • She’s the Man

February 21

  • Can I Tell You A Secret?

February 22

  • Avatar: The Last Airbender

February 23

  • Formula 1: Drive to Survive, season 6
  • Mea Culpa
  • Through My Window: Looking at You

February 24

  • The 30th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards

February 28

  • American Conspiracy: The Octopus Murders
  • The Mire: Millennium
  • Code 8 Part II

February 29

  • A Round of Applause

 

What’s new on Disney+ in February?

 

 

February Disney+ Highlight – Genius: MLK/X

 

In Australia, February is a time of love and waning summer, but it has additional significance in the USA as Black History Month. As such, the fourth season of biographical drama series Genius will premiere next month, putting the spotlight on influential civil rights pioneers Martin Luther King Jr and Malcolm X. Genius showcases the minds and stories of people who have shaped the world we live in, having previously focused on Albert Einstein, Pablo Picasso and Aretha Franklin. Now, the series will follow King and X from their formative years, taking audiences though their upbringings and the injustices they witnessed, which ultimately molded the identities of both men and started a global movement.

Disney fans should also keep an eye out for The Marvels, which makes its streaming debut after concluding its cinematic run. The semi-autobographical Suncoast, starring Woody Harrelson, and Shōgun, a historical drama set in 1600s Japan, are also watchlist material.

February 2

  • Love & WWE: Bianca & Montez
  • Self
  • Genius: MLK/X

February 5

  • Arctic Ascent with Alex Honnold

February 7

  • The Marvels
  • Assembled: The Making of The Marvels

February 9

  • Suncoast
  • Nǎi Nai & Wài Pó
  • The Mission

February 14

  • Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures, new episodes
  • The Space Race

February 16

  • Life & Beth, season 2
  • Cypher

February 21

  • Star Wars: The Bad Batch, season 3, 3 episode premiere
  • Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, season 2
  • Air Crash Investigation, season 8
  • Car SOS, seasons 8-9

February 27

  • Shōgun

February 28

  • Iwájú
  • Iwájú: A Day Ahead
  • Death in the Dorms, season 2
  • Everything Is Fine

February 29

  • Me Hereafter 

 

What’s new on Stan in February?

 

 

February Stan Highlight – The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live

 

The latest spinoff of The Walking DeadThe Ones Who Live follows a pair of iconic characters in Rick and Michonne, who find themselves in an unfamiliar, war-torn world. The duo must battle against the dead and the living to find each other and some semblance of normality in a place that has long since lost it. Did we mention that The Ones Who Live is a romance? Well, it may not be your typical Valentine’s Day rom-com, but there’s a love story in there somewhere.

Stan is also bringing us The Wallabies: Inside World Cup 2023 next month. The series will follow most of Eddie Jones’ less than stellar tenure as head coach of the national team, offering behind the scenes insights to the few highs and many lows of their disastrous World Cup campaign.

February 1

  • Wahlburgers, seasons 1-5
  • Power Rangers Samurai, season 1
  • Power Rangers Super Samurai, season 1
  • The Next Step, season 8

February 2

  • Thirteen
  • Robuste

February 3

  • Peppermint
  • The Boy Who Cried Werewolf

February 4

  • The World’s Fastest Indian
  • Prayers For The Stolen

February 5

  • Drag Race España All Stars
  • Two Heads Creek

February 6

  • Jules
  • Alvin Purple
  • Alvin Rides Again

February 7

  • Mission: Impossible – Fallout
  • Gross Misconduct
  • One Fine Morning

February 8

  • The Other Mrs Jordan

February 10

  • RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Versus The World
  • The Descent

February 11

  • A Walk To Remember
  • The Invisible Witness

February 12

  • The Walking Dead: The Return
  • Convict
  • Other People’s Children

February 13

  • Cherry
  • My Own Good

February 14

  • Amelie
  • Women on Death Row

February 15

  • The Man Who Fell To Earth
  • Million Dollar Baby
  • The Te$t

February 16

  • Three Women
  • Good Night and Good Luck

February 17

  • The Tree of Life
  • Snow Day

February 18

  • The Black Dahlia
  • The Founder
  • The Land of Short Sentences

February 20

  • Breaking Habits
  • The Champion
  • The Assassin

February 21

  • Utopia, season 5
  • How To Be A Good Wife
  • Red Nights

February 22

  • The WallabiesInside World Cup 2023
  • One Tree Hill, seasons 1-9
  • The Wife

February 23

  • Scary Girl
  • For Heaven’s Sake
  • The Lucky One
  • Honey

February 24

  • Death at a Funeral
  • Crime Wave

February 25

  • Freedom is Beautiful
  • Any Day Now

February 26

  • The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live
  • Last Chance Harvey

February 27

  • Maggie Moores
  • Appearances
  • Killers

February 28

  • Anna Karenina
  • Catfish: The TV Show, seasons 5-6

February 29

  • An American Haunting
  • Normandy Nude

 

What’s new on Amazon Prime Video in February?

 

 

February Amazon Prime Video Highlight – Mr. and Mrs. Smith

 

The long awaited reboot of Brangelina’s 2005 action/comedy of the same name has finally arrived. Donald Glover and Maya Erskine play John and Jane Smith, spies who go undercover as a regular married couple on high-risk, high-reward missions. This series has been a long time coming, having faced a series of delays during production. You won’t want to miss it.

American Fiction and Bottoms will both be hitting Prime Video next month. Both are critically acclaimed 2023 films, with American Fiction even landing a best picture nomination for the Oscars. Bottoms, meanwhile, has already earned cult-classic status away from the gentry of The Academy’s establishment.

For sports fans, Giannis: The Marvellous Journey will be unmissable viewing. The documentary chronicles basketball superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo’s meteoric rise from the streets of Athens to NBA championship glory.

February 1

  • In the Land of Saints and Sinners
  • Fast & Furious
  • 2 Fast 2 Furious
  • The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
  • The Fast and the Furious
  • Furious 7
  • The Fate of the Furious
  • Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw
  • Gunpowder Milkshake

February 2

  • Mr. and Mrs. Smith

February 6

  • Bottoms
  • Den of Thieves
  • The New Boy

February 8

  • Gran Turismo

February 9

  • Silent Service
  • Upgraded

February 13

  • Bad Moms
  • Bad Moms 2
  • Five Blind Dates
  • You Hurt My Feelings

February 14

  • Two Night Stand
  • The Voices

February 16

  • Mission Start AB
  • This Is Me…Now: A Love Story

February 17

  • Giannis: The Marvellous Journey

February 23

  • The Second Best Hospital In The Galaxy

February 27

  • American Fiction
  • Life, Itself

February 28

  • Dead in the Water

February 29

  • The Equalizer 3
    Friends in Low Places
    Reina Roja

 

What’s new on Binge in February?

 

 

February Binge Highlight – True Detective: Night Country

 

True Detective is one of the most popular crime dramas of all time. So, when it was announced that the series would be getting its fourth season in ten years, expectations were understandably high. Night Country premiered late last month, and it hasn’t disappointed one bit. Set in the fictional Alaskan town of Ennis, Night Country stars Jodie Foster and Kali Reid as detectives investigating the disappearance of eight men from an isolated research station.

It might also be worth checking out Downey’s Dream Cars, a light-hearted series in which actor Robert Downey Jr buys a collection of used cars he’s always wanted and restores them, making the vehicles more eco-friendly in the process.

 

February 1

  • Feud: Capote vs The Swans
  • Clone High, season 2
  • 90 Day Fiance: Love in Paradise, season 3
  • Top Ten Treasures: Pompeii
  • Imma Tatarrani
  • The Wall
  • Breakfast at Tiffany’s
  • By The Sea
  • The Mexican
  • Wuthering Heights

February 2

  • Under the Stars of Paris

February 4

  • Cobra, season 3
  • Transformers: Rise of the Beasts
  • Sisu
  • Sanctuary

February 5

  • The Great North
  • True Detective: Night Country
  • Secrets of Penthouse
  • Secret Nazi Bases, season 3
  • Jeopardy Masters, season 1
  • Other People’s Children
  • Curb Your Enthusiasm, season 12

February 6

  • Better Off Dead
  • One Fine Morning
  • The New Boy

February 8

  • Killer at the Crime Scene
  • Pariah
  • Mission: Impossible – Fallout
  • Gran Turismo

February 12

  • Grimsburg
  • Downey’s Dream Cars

February 19

  • Beyond the Battlefield

February 21

  • Gogglebox Australia, season 19

February 28

  • Mercy Road

 

What’s new on Apple TV+ in February?

 

 

February Apple TV+ Highlight – The New Look

 

If you like your history with a side of sartorial savvy, look no further than The New Look. The ten-episode series tells the stories of Christian Dior (played by Australian Ben Mendelsohn) and Coco Chanel, as they persevere through the turbulence and strict regimentation of Nazi-occupied Paris during World War II, emerging at the war’s conclusion as pioneers of modern fashion.

There’s also plenty for sports fans on Apple TV+ next month, with a pair of docuseries’ in The Dynasty: New England Patriots and Messi’s World Cup: The Rise of a Legend detailing the legacies of two of the 21st centuries most accomplished athletes: Tom Brady and Lionel Messi.

February 14

  • The New Look

February 16

  • The Dynasty: New England Patriots
  • Snoopy Presents: Welcome Home, Franklin

February 21

  • Constellation

February 23

  • Messi’s World Cup: The Rise of a Legend

 

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