After making it through the first month of 2022, entertainment fans are being treated to a bevy of new binge-worthy movies and series hitting streaming services in February.
Top titles include Shonda Rhimes's new series "Inventing Anna," which is based on the true story of Anna Sorokin, the NYC socialite who conned her way into the inner circle of NYC elites.
Another highly anticipated title is the Disney+ mini-series "Pam and Tommy," which reveals the shocking events that transpired in the '90s when Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee's sex tape was leaked to the public.
Best movies and shows to watch on Netflix in February
Based on the true story of a reporter named Vivan Kent (Anna Chlumsky), who dug into how con artist Anna Delvey (Julia Garner) convinced New York’s elite that she was a German heiress. Streams Feb 11.
After landing the lead in the school musical, Jodi Kreyman learns that popularity isn't all that it's cracked up to be. The film stars Ava Michelle, Griffin Gluck, Sabrina Carpenter. Streams Feb 11.
In the first of three parts, this docuseries follows the trials and tribulations of rapper and designer Kanye West over the course of his decades-long career in the spotlight. Streams weekly starting Feb. 16.
Under a new administration, General Naird and his dysfunctional but endearing crew have four months to prove that Space Force is worth keeping around. The series stars Steve Carell, John Malkovich, Ben Schwartz. Streams Feb. 18.
Madea (Tyler Perry) is back, and this time she's standing her ground as family drama erupts at her great-grandson's college graduation celebration. Streams Feb. 25.
Best movie and series to watch on Disney+ in February
“Pam & Tommy” is based on the true story of the Pamela Anderson (Lily James) and Tommy Lee's (Sebastian Stan) sex tape. Stolen from the couple’s home by a disgruntled contractor (Seth Rogen), the video became a global sensation when it hit the web in 1997. Streams Feb. 2.
In “No Exit,” a young woman en route to a family emergency is stranded by a blizzard and forced to find shelter at a highway rest area with a group of strangers. When she stumbles across an abducted girl in a van in the parking lot, she has to discover who among them is the kidnapper. Streams Feb. 25.
Best movies to watch on Amazon Prime Video in February
Jay Baruchel hosts this Canadian Amazon Original series where ten of Canada’s top comedic talents face-off in a wacky competition. The comedian who doesn’t break a smile and outlasts their competitors wins the grand prize of $100,000 for a charity of their choice. Streams Feb. 18 with two new episodes dropping weekly.
It's 1960 and change is in the air. Looking to hone her act, Midge (Rachel Brosnahan) finds a gig with total creative freedom. But her commitment to her craft creates a rift between her and the family and friends around her. Streams Feb. 18.
Best movies and series to watch on Apple TV+ in February
This new thriller series follows the kidnapping of the son of a well-known American businesswoman (Uma Thurman), and those accused of the crime. The series also stars Kunal Nayyar and Noah Emmerich. Streams weekly starting Feb. 4.
This drama film follows a 17-year-old musical prodigy grappling with the loss of her older sister as she meets a stranger who seems to understand her. The film stars Grace Kaufman, Jason Segel and Cherry Jones. Streams Feb. 11.
A new thriller series that explores a group of workers that surgically divides memories of work and personal life. The series stars Adam Scott, John Turturro, Patricia Arquette and Christopher Walken. Streams weekly starting Feb. 18.
Best movie series to watch on Crave in February
Based on Mike Isaac’s bestselling book of the same name, this anthology series depicts the roller-coaster ride of Uber and the highs and lows of Silicon Valley. The series stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Uma Thurman, and Kyle Chandler. Streams weekly starting Feb. 27.
This series follows an agoraphobic tech worker (Zoe Kravitz) who discovers evidence of a violent crime during an ordinary data stream review. Meeting with resistance and bureaucracy from her company, she realizes that in order to get involved, she will have to do the thing she fears the most — leave her apartment. Streams Feb. 10.
The four-part series tells the story of Jane (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), who gets the chance to move into a beautiful house designed by an enigmatic architect (David Oyelowo). There’s just one catch: the occupants must abide by his list of exacting rules. Streams Feb. 10.