Now that you’ve managed to get through January, reward yourself by taking some time out—grab your favourite snacks, sit back and relax! All that’s left to do is to find something new to watch. So, here’s what’s new to Netflix in February.
Locke & Key
This TV adaptation of the best-selling horror/fantasy comic book series of the same name features Jackson Robert Scott (IT), Connor Jessup (American Crime) and Emilia Jones (Horrible Histories) as the Locke siblings, who—along with their mother (Darby Stanchfield of Scandal)— are on a quest to solve the mystery of their father’s murder. After the Lockes move to their new home, Keyhouse, they discover a number of magic keys with powers that may have something to do with their father’s death. However, on their adventures they awake a demon who will stop at nothing to get the keys, and so the drama ensues.
Release date: 7th February
To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the sequel to popular teen rom-com To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before sees Lara Jean (Lana Condor) navigate all her ‘firsts’ with her no-longer-pretend boyfriend Peter (Noah Centineo). But whilst she struggles to work out this new relationship, another of Lara’s old crushes appears, urging her to try and figure out the age-old dilemma: can you love two people at once?
Release date: 12th February
I Am Not Okay With This
Based on the Charles Forsman graphic novel of the same name, I Am Not Okay With This is a new teen series from the director of The End of the F***ing World and the Stranger Things producers. Part coming-of-age tale, part origin story, the show follows Sydney (Sophia Lillis) as she deals with the trials and tribulations of high school, family, sexuality and… mysterious powers.
Release date: 26th February
This new Japanese drama series follows the lives of women in Tokyo. The show focuses on the careers, personal relationships, and dreams of famous fashion photographer Limi Nara (Miki Nakatani) and aspiring actress Natsume Hyakuta (Elaiza Ikeda), who suddenly hits the big time after Limi posts a candid photo of her on Instagram. As their lives intersect with those around them, the women find what happiness means to them in Japan’s most vibrant city.
Release date: 27th February
All The Bright Places
The long-awaited film adaptation of Jennifer Niven’s young adult novel sees Elle Fanning as Violet Markey and Justice Smith play Theodore Finch, two teenagers struggling with their mental health after suffering from loss. After getting paired together for a project on their hometown, their relationship develops into something deeper, and follows the characters through their struggles, ups and downs. The novel was popular with readers due to its accurate portrayal of mental illness, so fans of the book are eager to know if the film will live up to its reputation.
Release date: 28th February
Let us know in the comments what you’re looking forward to watching on Netflix in February!