Everything That's New on Netflix Next Month

Mr. and Mrs. Underwood, we meet again.

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Now that we've officially crossed binge-watching Netflix off our guilty pleasures list, we're locked and loaded for February. Our first order of business: House of Cards Season 3, because our office style is nothing if not inspired by Claire Underwood's wicked power dressing.

Whether you're planning on viewing solo or will be in the thick of "cuffing season," there are plenty of offerings to help you bide your l̶a̶z̶y̶  cozy leisure time.

TV Shows

Departures, Seasons 1-2 (Feb. 1)
Magic City, Seasons 1-2
MASH Seasons, 1-5
Spartacus, Complete Series
Mako Mermaids, Season 2 (Feb. 13)
Richie Rich, Season 1 (Feb. 20)
Hawaii Five-0, Seasons 1-4 (Feb. 24)
House of Cards, Season 3 (Feb. 27)


Dark Ride
Gimme Shelter
Gucci: The Director
Hot Pursuit
Into the Blue 2: The Reef
King Arthur
Naruto Shippuden: The Movie
Now: In the Wings on a World Stage
The Brothers Bloom
We Could Be King
We're No Angels

Bleach the Movie: Hell Verse 
(Feb. 1)
The Little Rascals Save The Day (Feb. 5)
Ever After High: Spring Unsung (Feb. 6)
Danger 5 (Feb. 6)
Dead Snow: Read vs. Dead (Feb. 7)
Elsa & Fred (Feb. 7)
Blood Ties (Feb. 8)
Catch Hell (Feb. 8)
Dwight Howard: In the Moment (Feb. 10)
Mr. Peabody & Sherman (Feb. 11)
Young Ones (Feb. 12)
The Two Faces Of January (Feb. 12)
Scary Movie 5 (Feb. 12)
Save the Date (Feb. 16)
The Overnighters (Feb. 17)
Earth to Echo (Feb. 18)
In Secret (Feb. 18)
The Fluffy Movie (Feb. 18)
White Bird in a Blizzard (Feb. 19)
RoboCop (Feb. 21)
1,000 Times Good Night (Feb. 24)
Open Windows (Feb. 26)
Russell Brand: Messiah Complex (Feb. 26)
Ralphie May: Unruly (Feb. 27)
Boys (Feb. 27)

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Lauren Valenti
Beauty Editor

Lauren is the former beauty editor at Marie Claire. She love to while away the hours at coffee shops, hunt for vintage clothes, and bask in the rough-and-tumble beauty of NYC. She firmly believes that solitude can be a luxury if you’ve got the right soundtrack—that being the Rolling Stones, of course.