Get ready to say goodbye to February as we enter the last week of the shortest month of the year. Ahead of March, Netflix is cooling down a little on the new additions over the next seven days, with a few days of the week not delivering anything in the way of fresh material, but there are still a number of notable titles coming down the pipeline all the same, including some great original content and a couple of big licensed movies.
For instance, Tuesday brings, among other things, comedy special Brian Regan: On the Rocks and Pele, a documentary about the legendary soccer star. Wednesday then sees a handful of new additions, including but not limited to, pet-themed reality series Canine Intervention, another season of The CW’s anthology show Two Sentence Horror Stories and Ginny & Georgia. This original drama stars Batwoman‘s Brianne Howey as a teen daughter who’s more mature than her mom.
Here’s the full list of everything new on Netflix from Monday the 22nd to Sunday the 28th.
Coming to Netflix on February 22nd
- Red (2021)
Coming to Netflix on February 23rd
- Brian Regan: On The Rocks (2021) N
- Made You Look: A True Story About Fake Art (2020)
- Pelé (2021) N
Coming to Netflix on February 24th
- Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan (Season 1) N
- Blue, Painful and Brittle (2020)
- Canine Intervention N
- Ginny & Georgia (Season 1) N
- M8 – When Death Rescues Life
- Two Sentence Horror Stories (Season 2)
Coming to Netflix on February 25th
- El final del paraiso (Season 1)
- Geez & Ann (2021) N
- High-Rise Invasion (Season 1) N
Coming to Netflix on February 26th
- Bigfoot Family (2020) N
- Call Me Crazy (2021) N
- Captain Fantastic (2016)
- Caught by a Wave / Sulla Stessa Onda (2021) N
- No Escape (2015)
- Our Idiot Brother (2011)
- The Girl on the Train (2021) N
- Who Am I (2014)
New anime High-Rise Invasion drops on the 25th, along with Indonesian romantic drama Geez & Ann, and if you’re after more international originals, then good news, because Friday – the busiest day of the week for Netflix – sees the debuts of French animated film Bigfoot Family and poignant Italian drama Caught by a Wave.
Finally, Friday likewise delivers a few licensed projects. 2015’s No Escape is an action thriller starring Owen Wilson as an American expat living in Southeast Asia who must protect his family during a violent uprising. On the opposite end of the scale, meanwhile, is 2011’s Our Idiot Brother, one of the less-remembered comedy movies on Paul Rudd’s resume, also featuring Zooey Deschanel, Elizabeth Banks and Rashida Jones.
Tell us, though, what do you plan on catching on Netflix this week? Let us know in the usual place down below.
Source: What's On Netflix