Netflix New Releases Coming in February 2017
The start of a new month also means the arrival of a whole new batch of titles to Netflix. The streamer is adding a slew of movies and TV shows in the coming weeks, including several new original series and its latest exclusive stand-up comedy specials. Below, check out a rundown of all the Netflix new releases coming this February.
Babe (1995): Babe, a pig raised by sheepdogs, learns to herd sheep.
Babe: Pig in the City (1998): Babe has to go to the big city to save the farm after Farmer Hoggett is injured.
Magic Mike (2012): A male stripper takes a young performer under his wing and instructs him in the tricks of the trade, but soon falls in love with his sister.
Silver Streak (1976): A rail passenger finds that a romantic escapade with a sultry secretary lands him in the middle of a Hitchcockian murder plot.
Superbad (2007): Two co-dependent high school guys experience a catastrophic night while trying to buy alcohol for a party.
Elvira I Will Give You My Life But I’m Using It (2014): A 40-year-old mother frantically hunts for clues after her husband goes out to buy a pack of cigarettes and never returns.
Tiempos Felices (2014): A romantic comedy about a young man and his unsuccessful efforts to end a relationship.
Sundown (2016): Two high schoolers vacationing in Mexico try to recover a valuable watch from a gangster.
Contact (1997): Scientists find evidence that reportedly proves contact between extraterrestrials and humans.
Eleven P.M. (1928): A poor violinist tries to protect an orphan girl from a small-time hoodlum.
Hell-Bound Train (1930): Unrepentant sinners hurtle toward damnation.
Invincible (2006): The true story of Vince Papale, who became a member of the Philadelphia Eagles football team as a 30-year-old in an open tryout.
Project X (1987): A USAF Airman and a graduate student are assigned to care for chimpanzees used in a secret Air Force project.
The Five Heartbeats (1995): Five young African American men form an amateur vocal group in the early 1960s.
The Girl from Chicago (1932): A Secret Service agent investigates the murder of a numbers runner in New York.
Women in Gold (2015): An elderly Jewish refugee fights the government of Austria for almost a decade to reclaim Gustav Klimt’s iconic painting of her aunt.
Los Herederos (2015): Wealthy kids from the upper class society of Mexico indulge in parties, sex, and violence as a way to stave off boredom.
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Girls Lost (2015): Three outcast teenage girls get a new perspective on high school life when they are mysteriously transformed into boys.
Me, Myself and Her (2015): A couple faces struggles as they attempt to build their life together.
Clouds of Sils Maria (2014): A film star is asked to perform in a revival of the play that made her famous 20 years ago, only this time in an older role.
King Cobra (2016): A cash-strapped pair of rival producers aim to cash in on the success of gay porn headliner Sean Paul Lockhart by any means.
Aram, Aram (2015): A 12-year-old Armenian is uprooted from his home to live in America with his grandfather.
Fire Song (2015): When his sister commits suicide weeks before leaving for university, a gay teen must wrestle with the decision to follow his dreams or stay with his family.
Milk (2008): A biographical film based on the life of gay rights activist and politician, Harvey Milk.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005): Four siblings in World War II England, enter the world of Narnia through a magical wardrobe in the rural country home of an elderly professor.
Twilight (2008): A young girl risks everything when she falls in love with a vampire.
Girl Asleep (2015): A shy and awkward teenager is propelled into a weird parallel place during her 15th birthday party.
The Longest Day (1962): A 1962 epic war film based on Cornelius Ryan’s book The Longest Day.
The Blair Witch Project (1999): Three student filmmakers hike in the Black Hills in 1994 to film a documentary about a local legend known as the Blair Witch.
Before I Go to Sleep (2014): A woman suffers from insomnia after a tragic accident, forcing her to question everyone around her.
Kill Ratio (2016): An American covert operative faces off against the ruthless military leader of a fledgling Eastern European democracy.
Brazilian Western (2013): A crime drama based on the song of the same name by Brazilian rock band, Legião Urbana.
Balto (1995): An outcast half-wolf risks his life to prevent a deadly epidemic from ravaging Nome, Alaska.
Balto 2: Wolf Quest (2001): Balto and his daughter, Aleu embark on a journey of self discovery in this sequel.
Balto 3: Wings of Change (2004): The final film in the Balto franchise follows Balto and the other sled dogs as they deliver mail in the north, following the crash of a delivery plane.
Corpse Bride (2005): A deceased young woman rises from the grave after a groom practices his wedding vows in her presence in this Tim Burton film.
Finding Dory (2016): Dory sets out to find her parents in this Finding Nemo sequel.
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993): The king of Halloween Town confuses his hometown by attempting to bring Christmas there.
Sausage Party (2016): An adult animated comedy following a sausage who strives to discover the truth about his existence.
Ashley Madison: Sex, Lies, and Cyber Attacks (2016): A documentary investigating the full story of the controversial dating site that markets itself to adulterers.
From This Day Forward (2015): A portrayal of an American family coping with a father who comes out as a transgender woman.
Gun Runners (2015): Two warriors from Northern Kenya decide to pursue their dream of marathon running.
Highly Strung (2015): A look into the world of rarefied instruments and string quartets.
I Am Sun Mu (2016): Follow the story of Sun Mu, a North Korean defector who used to create work for the regime, before escaping the country.
Mother with a Gun (2016): Shelley Rubin defies community and family expectations to head the Jewish Defense League, known for its use of armed response and preventative violence.
Paris is Burning (1990): This documentary focuses on drag queens living in New York City and their “house” culture, which provides a sense of community for the performers.
Code: Debugging the Gender Gap (2016): A documentary examining the lack of women and minorities in the field of software engineering.
Magicians: Life in the Impossible (2016): Four world-class magicians pursue the art of making magic.
Growing Up Wild (2016): DisneyNature’s new documentary follows five young animals as they explore the wilderness area for the first time.
Night Will Fall (2016): The story of the incredible efforts made by British cameramen to film and document the unbelievable atrocities the Allies encountered during World War II.
Be Here Now (2015): Actor Andy Whitfield battles Non-Hodgkin lymphoma with love and support from his family and friends.
Santa Clarita Diet (2017): Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant star as a California couple whose lives take a turn after Sheila (Barrymore) goes through a dark change.
Imperial Dreams (2014): A 21-year-old reformed gangster’s devotion to his family is put to the test when he is released from prison.
Michael Bolton’s Big, Sexy Valentine’s Day Special (2017): A variety special starring Michael Bolton and special guests, including Andy Samberg.
David Brent: Life on the Road (2016): A mockumentary comedy starring Ricky Gervais as his The Office character, David Brent.
Abstract: The Art of Design (2017): An original Netflix documentary series introducing the work and creative process of eight leading designers.
Stronger Than the World (2016): This Brazilian film follows mixed martial artist, José Aldo.
Girlfriend’s Day (2017): Bob Odenkirk stars as an unemployed greeting card writer who gets caught up in a deadly conspiracy and must create the perfect card to save his skin.
Project Mc2: Part 4 (2016): Teenage spy McKeyla teams up with three other super-smart girls to become secret agents who use their tech skills to save the day.
White Nights (1985): An expatriate Russian dancer is on a plane that is forced to land on Soviet territory. He is taken to an apartment and pushed to become a dancer for the Kirov Academy of Ballet again.
Chef’s Table: Season 3 (2016): Focused on France, the third season of the docuseries will follow chefs Alain Passard, Adeline Grattard, Alexandre Couillon, and Michel Troisgros.
DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge (2015): Hiccup, Toothless, and the Dragon Riders soar to the edge of a new adventure.
The Seven Deadly Sins: Season 2 (2015): The sophomore season of Netflix’s popular anime series.
I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore (2017): Melanie Lynskey stars as a depressed woman who finds a new sense of purpose tracking down the thieves that burgled her.
Legend Quest: Season 1 (2011): When an evil force threatens his village, a gifted teen who can talk to ghosts puts his skills to good use, one legend at a time.
Ultimate Beastmaster (2017): Twelve competitors, two from each country, take on the obstacle course known as “The Beast” in this reality series.
VeggieTales in the City: Season 1 (2017): Netflix’s animated spinoff of VeggieTales in the House.
The Furchester Hotel: Season 1–2: A puppet spinoff of Sesame Street for CBeebies (BBC’s preschool network).
Masha’s Spooky Stories: Season 1: A horror-themed spinoff of the Masha and the Bear franchise.
Les beaux malaises: Season 1–4: A comedy based on the life (and starring) Martin Matte, a comedian and popular figure in Canada.
The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story: The acclaimed freshman season of American Crime Story, retelling the infamous trial of O.J. Simpson.
Frequency: Season 1: The CW’s adaptation of the 2000 film.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: Season 2: The sophomore season of The CW’s acclaimed musical comedy.
Girl Meets World: Season 3: The final season of Disney’s Boy Meets World spinoff.
When Calls the Heart: Season 3: A young teacher accustomed to high society, experiences culture shock when she gets her first classroom assignment in Coal Valley in this Hallmark series.
Daniel Sosa: Sosa Fado: A stand-up special featuring comedian Daniel Sosa.
Katherine Ryan: In Trouble: A 2017 Netflix online stand-up from Katherine Ryan.
Michael Birbiglia: Thank God for Jokes: A performance from Birbiglia’s “Thank God for Jokes” tour, filmed specifically for Netflix.
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