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What’s coming to Netflix in February 2022

In addition to the highly anticipated sequels of popular shows like Tall Girl, there is no shortage of new original titles to choose from.

Nicki Chan

Probably that one person singing in the shower at 2am.

Published: 21 January 2022, 3:07 PM

Gear up for an exciting February and get comfortable in your seats, for Netflix is releasing a host of shows, including new original series and highly anticipated sequels.

Here are some ways you can enjoy your downtime this month – there’s something for everyone.

Savour the love this Valentine’s Day

Embrace your inner romantic as Netflix is introducing a diverse collection of love stories ranging from rom-coms to bittersweet angst. 

In Forecasting Love and Weather, embark on the futile mission of predicting love together with a diligent weather forecaster and her co-worker. Starring Park Min-young and Song Kang, the romantic drama delves into a risky office romance in the middle of a busy life at work. 

The drama series premieres on Feb 12. 

For something a little more edgy, delve into Spanish film Through My Window, a heated yet courageous romance between two next-door neighbours who catch feelings for each other.

The film is an adaptation of Ariana Godoy’s Wattpad novel of the same name. It premieres on Feb 4. 

Embrace the suspense

Fans of action, crime and thriller can look forward to these titles that will get your blood pumping. 

Unravel a web of lies with Shonda Rhimes’ highly anticipated drama miniseries Inventing Anna, which explores the true story of con artist Anna Delvey and how she tricked millions of dollars out of New York City’s elite. 

Inventing Anna premieres on Feb 11.


Anna is portrayed by actress Julia Garner in the series. PHOTO CREDIT: NETFLIX


Alternatively, explore a new murder case every day with Senior Detective Terry Seattle (Will Arnett) in the crime comedy Murderville. Fans can expect some riveting action as Arnett teams up with real-life celebrity guest stars to solve each case. 

The series premieres on Feb 3. 


Sharon Stone is one of the celebrity guest stars featured on the show. PHOTO CREDIT: NETFLIX

Return to your old favourites

Some of Netflix’s well-loved series are back with their second seasons. 

Pick up where you left off with Space Force: Season 2, a comedic drama series about a group of people trying to establish the space service branch of the United States Armed Forces. 

The new season premieres on Feb 18. 

You can also get your teenage drama fix with Tall Girl 2, where Jodi (Ava Michelle) struggles with her newfound popularity as the school musical lead. The film will be released on Feb 11.

Venture into non-fiction

Get your documentary fix with The Tinder Swindler, which follows the tale of Israeli conman Shimon Hayut posing as a billionaire on dating apps. The story is told through three of his female victims, who appear on the show to describe their relationship with him. 

The documentary will be released on Feb 2. 

If reality TV is more your cup of tea, try Love is Blind Japan, a reality dating series. Singles in Japan find love in unconventional ways – and end up getting married before ever setting eyes on each other. 

The series premieres on Feb 8 with new episodes dropping weekly.


The series is adapted from the original Love is Blind series made in the US. PHOTO CREDIT: NETFLIX


View all of Netflix’s upcoming February releases here

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