8 Titles We Can’t Wait to Watch on Netflix: February 2022
Valentine’s Day-perfect series included here, of course!
Streaming giant Netflix started 2022 strong, giving us a jam-packed January where zombies, Jonathan Van Ness’ spinoff show, a throwback to On the Wings of Love, and sci-fi thriller Manifest reigned supreme. The good news is we don’t see any of this momentum lost in February. A shout-out to rom-com lovers, too: get ready for special K-drama releases guaranteed to get you hooked (and maybe even have you fall in love).
What else can you look forward to in February 2022? Scroll through to find out and hit the “Remind me” button on the titles you’re most excited to see from this list.
Starring: Will Arnett, Lilan Bowden, Haneefah Wood and Philip Smithey
Eccentric detective Terry Seattle (Will Arnett) teams up with clueless celebrity guest stars to investigate a series of murders in an improvisational crime comedy. With comedians like Kumail Nanjiani, Conan O'Brien and Ken Jeong on deck, anything can happen.
Stream “Murderville” beginning February 3.
“Child of Kamiari Month”
Starring: Miyu Irino, Aju Makita and Maaya Sakamoto
A year after losing her mother, 12-year-old Kanna learns that she must pick up where her mother left off and complete an important mission. In the drama fantasy directed by Takana Shirai, Kanna’s journey takes her across Japan as she makes her way to the annual gathering of the gods in the sacred land of Izumo.
Stream “Child of Kamiari Month” when it premieres on Netflix on February 8.
“Love Vs Stars”
Starring: Khalil Ramos, Miles Ocampo, Kokoy De Santos, Adrianna So, Sue Prado and Ana Abad Santos.
When her best friend Gali (Khalil Ramos) begins courting her, astrology-obsessed Luna (Miles Ocampo) worries that they’re incompatible. Soon, the stars appear to show their displeasure. Could the Sagittarius-Taurus combination really be the worst pairing?
Stream the first season of the Filipino rom-com series “Love Vs Stars” starting February 9.
Starring: Julia Garner, Anna Chlumsky, Laverne Cox, Arian Moayed and Anders Holm
Based on a true story, Inventing Anna follows one journalist’s attempt at tracking down Anna Delvey, a woman who conned her way into the lives and circles of New York’s elite after convincing them that she was a German heiress. Audacious entrepreneur or con artist? Get to know one of the controversial figures from the 2010s.
Stream the limited series “Inventing Anna” beginning February 11.
“Love Is Blind” Season 2
Starring: Heather Ashley Chase, Nick Lachey and Vanessa Lachey
Husband and wife Nick and Vanessa Lachey host the second season of the celebrated social experiment-reality show hybrid where single men and women look for love and get engaged, all before meeting in person.
Stream the all-new season of “Love Is Blind” starting February 11.
“Love and Leashes”
Starring: Joon-Young Lee and Seohyun
“Love never hurt so good” takes on a new meaning for two co-workers who enter a contractual agreement. As partners in consensual play, pleasure and pain, Jung Ji-Hoo (Joon-Young Lee) and Jung Ji-Woo (Seohyun) learn to navigate a different, unconventional type of relationship together.
Stream the new South Korean romantic comedy series “Love and Leashes” beginning February 11.
“Forecasting Love and Weather”
Starring: Park Min-Young, Song Kang, Bak Yoon, Yura and Kim Mi-Kyung
Inside a national weather service, love proves just as difficult to predict as rain or shine for a diligent forecaster and her free-spirited co-worker. The new series, alternatively entitled Meteorological Administration People: Office Romance Cruelty, explores office drama and dynamics and sees work and play collide.
Stream “Forecasting Love and Weather” when it premieres on February 12.
“One of Us Is Lying”
Starring: Annalisa Cochrane, Chibuikem Uche, Marianly Tejada, Cooper van Grootel, Barrett Carnahan and Jessica McLeod
Detention brings together five disparate high schoolers: a brain, an athlete, a princess, a criminal and a “basket case.” They all walk into detention…but only the first four make it out alive. This incident—along with secrets—keep the rest together as a cat-and-mouse murder mystery unfolds.
The first season of “One of Us Is Lying” hits Netflix on February 18.
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