Netflix has revealed its slate of new February content, and it's looking good.
There's an equal mix of Netflix original series and films with other studio classics. Genres range from horror to drama to comedy to romance, so there's tons of entertainment for any type of mood. In a teaser trailer, Netflix showed off some of its most highly anticipated new series and films.
While there are plenty of options now to stream content, Netflix continues to hold steady for its viewers with plenty of new originals.
Horse Girl — February 7
Alison Brie stars as a socially awkward 20-something who faces traumatic lucid dreaming. It's unclear what exactly is causing her nightmares and insomnia — is it alien abduction or a mysterious family history? Either way this film has heart and a creepiness factor that makes it compelling to watch.
Locke & Key (Season One) — February 7
Based on the best-selling graphic novel, this new series follows a family who moves to their ancestral home after their father is murdered. The three siblings discover they have inherited magical powers and abilities from the home. It's both creepy and magical, which is a win in my book.
Good Time — February 11
This heart-wrenching indie film, starring Robert Pattinson, follows two brothers getting caught up in the criminal justice system. The 2017 film made its debut at the Cannes Film Festival and won many awards. Pattinson proves he has the ability to mold into a wide variety of roles, including this gritty one.
To All the Boys 2: P.S. I Still Love You — February 12
Say hello again to Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) and Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) in the sequel, which may pull them apart. What starts out as happy and carefree turns to stressful when a former flame reenters Lara Jean's life. Who will she choose — Peter or John Ambrose?
I Am Not Okay With This (Season One) — February 26
It stars Sophia Lillis and Wyatt Olef reunite in a new coming-of-age drama. In it, Lillis discovers she has inherited supernatural powers and has to deal with the regular struggles of puberty and the teenage years. Fans of Stranger Things will definitely be intrigued by this supernatural drama.
Queen Sono (Season One) — February 28
Pearl Thusi plays Queen Sono, a South African spy who fights crime and deals with personal dramas simultaneously. The new series is Netflix's first original series from Africa.