Since winter’s nowhere near over yet, we’re pulling the duvet into the living room permanently and plonking our arses right in front of the tele. And thanks to Netflix, we’ll have plenty to watch – with more new content hitting our screens this February. From classic comedies to new weekly shows to stream, here’s everything new to Netflix UK this February 2022.
Snowpiercer (S3), weekly
Snowpiercer is back, picking up where things left off as Layton’s Snowpiercer and Wilford’s Big Alice go their separate ways. There are a whole lot of unanswered questions that fans were left with in season 2, and season 3 is set to explore all of them: most importantly, whether the Earth will ever be habitable again. New episodes drop weekly, every Tuesday.
The Tinder Swindler, February 2nd
A new true-crime documentary that’s sure to have Don’t F**k With Cats fans gripped (since it’s from the same producers!), The Tinder Swindler details the outright bonkers story of Shimon Hayut – a conman who posed as a billionaire singleton on the popular dating app, Tinder. Luring women into a false sense of romance by gifting them lavish items funded with the money he’d conned other women out of on the app, the conman lived a life of luxury at the expense of others – that is, until his victims band together to take him down. Honestly, it’s one hell of a rollercoaster. Watch it on February 2nd.
Murderville, February 3rd
A brand new comedy starring Will Arnett and Ken Jeong, Murderville follows bonkers detective Terry Seattle, as he teams up with a bunch of celebrity guests to investigate a number of murders. Completely improvised, Will Arnett’s Terry Seattle is joined by a new celebrity guest for each case, with no script provided. Basically, it’s the kinda fun craziness that’s perfect for Sunday night viewing. Watch it from February 3rd.
Inventing Anna, February 11th
The long-anticipated Inventing Anna is set to land on Netflix soon, produced by Shonda Rhime’s production company Shondaland (AKA, the team behind Bridgerton). Starring Ozark‘s Julia Garner, the crime drama tells the true story of Anna Delvey, the Instagram-legendary heiress who stole the hearts and money of New York elites. Watch it on February 11th.
jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy, February 16th
Broken up into three acts – in true Kanye style, jeen-yuhs consists of three films – each following the megastar over two decades as he shoots to the heights of celebrity. It’s set to be a fascinating insight into the rappers life, particularly in the early days, showcasing never-before-seen footage of his journey, with plenty of famous cameos along the way. jeen-yuhs drops weekly from February 16th.
Space Force (S2), February 18th
The sequel series that no one asked for: Space Force season two is on its way, with more ludicrous antics from General Mark Naird (Steve Carell) and co. The series acts as a parody to Trump’s highly criticized United States Space Force, following the team as they embark on their “boots on the moon” mission, as ordered by the president. Watch it from February 18th.
- Meet The Parents, February 1st
- It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (S15), February 1st
- My Best Friend Anne Frank, February 1st
- The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind, February 1st
- Love Is Blind (S2), February 11th