What's Streaming on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon in February? 'Queer Eye,' 'Mozart in the Jungle' & More
My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman
Season 1, Part 2, Friday, Feb. 9
The second episode of Letterman’s hour-long monthly talk show takes a surprisingly un-Hollywood turn, following actor George Clooney to Augusta, Kentucky, where he helped resettle an Iraqi refugee.
Movie Premiere, Friday, Feb. 16
After learning she has terminal cancer, Abbie (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) makes it her mission to find a new soulmate for her fiancé/childhood best friend, Sam (Michiel Huisman)—not realizing that, duh, she’s irreplaceable.
Series Premiere, Friday, Feb. 16
High school outsiders (including Sydney Sweeney’s Emaline) from the über-nerdy A/V and drama clubs come together to make a student film in mid-1990s Oregon. So, in other words, they won’t be able to use iPhones.
High school is tough in every decade.
The Joel McHale Show With Joel McHale
Series Premiere, Sunday, Feb. 18
The former Soup host returns with a weekly topical series that takes a sharp, satirical look at the past seven days in world news and pop culture but isn’t actually The Soup.
Series Premiere Wednesday, Feb. 7
The 15-year-old makeover show returns with a little makeover. It’s got new lifestyle experts: Karamo Brown (culture), Jonathan Van Ness (grooming), Tan France (fashion), Antoni Porowski (food and wine) and Bobby Berk (interior design). It’s also got a different setting: The boys have traded in New York City for Atlanta and the surrounding communities. The straight guys they help, sadly, have the same old problems.
What better way to bond than over food and wine?
Documentary Premiere, Friday, Feb. 9
This revealing documentary about women’s rights lawyer Gloria Allred assesses the great public crusader through rare archival footage and interviews with both her supporters and critics.
When We First Met
Movie Premiere, Friday, Feb. 9
When Noah (Adam DeVine) is relegated to the friend zone by his dream girl (Alexandra Daddario), he spends the next three years mulling over his mistakes. Then he gets the chance to go back in time to fix things…again…and again…and again…until he gets them right.
Mozart in the Jungle
Season Premiere, Season 4, Friday, Feb. 16
Volatile conductor Rodrigo (Gael García Bernal) finds his inspiration waning when he and oboe player Hailey (Lola Kirke) take their relationship public.
Plus, 'Absentia' and Showtime's 'Homeland' are headed to the streaming site.
New Series, Available now
Lest you start carping on the accuracy of this drama about the Roman invasion of Britain in A.D. 43, remember it also has a melty-faced Druid (Mackenzie Crook) who does magic.
Grand Prix Driver
Series Premiere, Friday, Feb. 9
Actor Michael Douglas narrates the McLaren-Honda team’s 2017 season.
In the Cloud
Movie Premiere, Thursday, Feb. 8
After a bomb kills dozens, a tech genius (Justin Chatwin) teams up with another tech genius (Tomiwa Edun) to locate the remaining incendiary devices by creating technology that can break into the criminal’s memories using virtual reality. Yes, it sounds confusing, but luckily not just one tech genius is involved; two are!
The new season features 10 episodes.
Season Premiere, Season 2, Friday, Feb. 16
Novelist Giles Blunt’s Northern Ontario–based detectives John Cardinal (Billy Campbell) and Lise Delorme (Karine Vanasse) are back in this adaptation of the author’s Blackfly Season. This time, they’re on the case of a young, pretty redhead who was found hanging out in local bars, acting friendly, but with no memory of who she is or where she’d been…because, it turns out, she had a bullet lodged in her brain.
Series Premiere, Wednesday, Feb. 14
Deaf actors Shoshannah Stern and Josh Feldman wrote and star in this series about two best friends, one who is newly engaged (Stern) and one who is trying to get over his ex (Feldman).
The System With Joe Berlinger
Series Premiere Thursday, Feb. 8
Filmmaker Joe Berlinger examines the most controversial cases currently facing the criminal justice system and the efforts of convicted people who claim innocence to be vindicated of their crimes.
From 'Grey's Anatomy' to 'ER,' we're breaking down their accuracy.
Broad City, Season 4, Available now
Cougar Town, Complete series, Available now
Dirt, Complete series, Available now
ER, Complete series, Available now
Everwood, Complete series, Available now
The Long Road Home, Miniseries, Available now
One Tree Hill, Complete series, Available now
Perception, Seasons 1–3, Feb. 8
Brockmire, Season 1, Feb. 9
Parenthood, Complete series, Feb. 15
This article also appeared in the Feb. 5 - Feb. 18 issue of TV Guide Magazine.