Netflix has already confirmed everything we will see throughout the month of February on the platform. Despite being the shortest month of the year, February is not spared from coming well loaded with movies and series, varied and for all audiences (and tastes).
One of the most talked-about premieres is La ley de Lidia Poët, which will begin airing on the platform on February 15. In the series, we will see the story of Lidia Poët and her struggle to become a lawyer in a difficult social context for women of the time. We’ll also have a Spanish thriller with a lot of crunch, Infiesto, and the return of You for its fourth season. Without further ado, here is a list of the most talked-about fictions coming soon to Netflix.
Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa (February 1)
Detective Conan fans are in luck. On February 1 arrives Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa, a spin-off of the series. A mysterious silhouette arrives in Beika, a city where crime is rampant. His intentions? To commit murder.
Make My Day (February 2)
Netflix announced months ago that Make My Day would arrive on the platform in February 2023. Said and done. Next February 2 we will see the film based on an original story by Yasuo Ohtagaki and under the direction of Makoto Honda. Its synopsis goes like this: on a cold planet full of ice and snow, mysterious creatures have suddenly appeared from underground and started attacking the inhabitants. Will humanity be able to survive in the face of such an event?
Freeridge (February 2)
The spin-off of On My Block lands on February 2. The 8-episode series tells the story of sisters Gloria (Keyla Monterroso Mejia) and Inés (Bryana Salaz), who along with their friends Demi (Ciara Riley Wilson) and Cameron (Tenzing Morgay Trainor) will unleash a curse that will turn their lives upside down.
You, fourth season (February 9)
While Netflix doesn’t seem to have too much confidence in its series lately, You seems to be the exception that proves the rule. The series starring Penn Badgley returns for a fourth season and will be divided into two parts. The first will arrive on February 9 and the second is scheduled for March 9. The end of the third season meant a reboot for Joe, who is “dead” in the eyes of the world. Thus, Joe starts a life in Paris under the identity of Nick.
Love to Hate You (February 10)
Netflix brings us this Korean romantic comedy starring Kim Ok-vin, Yoo Teo and Kim Ji-hun. Its synopsis goes like this: a lawyer who hates losing to men and a famous actor who distrusts women cross paths and must pretend they are together. How long can they put up with that facade?
In Love All Over Again (February 14)
This premiere, dedicated to Valentine’s Day, comes from Carlos Montero, creator of Élite and The Mess You Leave Behind. Starring Georgina Amorós and Franco Masini, the film tells the story of a young woman who is about to become a film director. Her adventures (and misadventures) in the Madrid of the 2000s include a dash of comedy, romance and drama.
The Law According to Lidia Poët (February 15)
Based on a true story, the Italian series The Law according to Lidia Poët tells the story of Lidia Poët’s struggle to become a registered lawyer. At the time, however, it was a profession reserved only for men. However, nothing can stop her ambition.
Red Rose (February 15)
Red Rose is a thriller that hits our screens on February 15. A group of young people face a terrifying summer after downloading a sinister app. It threatens them with lethal consequences if they don’t do what they are ordered to do from the app.
The Upshaw Family, Season Three (February 16)
The Upshaws star in a sitcom that won over thousands of viewers in its first season. This comedy focuses on the life of a working-class African-American family struggling to survive with the means at their disposal.
Aggretsuko says goodbye to us with its fifth and final season. We still know little about what will come, beyond some images that the creative team shared on Twitter during the celebration of Tudum, a Netflix event.
Aggretsuko, fifth season (February 16)
Palermo Division (February 17)
The new Argentine comedy, Palermo Division, has been created by Santiago Korovsky, who also stars in it. In its official synopsis, we can read that: the members of a peculiar unarmed urban guard, created to improve the image of the Police, risk their lives while dealing with some very strange criminals.
Triad (February 22)
Tríada is the new telenovela starring Maite Perroni, mythical Mexican actress from Rebelde. Her character has several personalities that will tell her story from different perspectives. In addition, the plot is written by Leticia López Margalli, the creator of Oscuro Deseo.
Infiesto (February 3)
The thriller is one of the genres that gathers more viewers within Netflix. Now, the platform adds to its catalog the new film by Patxi Amezcua, director of films such as Séptimo. In Infiesto, we will see how the reappearance of a young woman who had been “dead” for months is investigated. As if that were not enough, this whole situation will be aggravated by the state of emergency, which was declared in March 2020 in Spain.
Free Spirit (February 3)
According to the synopsis we can read on Netflix: in Free Spirit we have a tenacious Australian teenager, who must face her fears to make her dream come true: to be the youngest person to circumnavigate the world solo.
Your Place Or Mine (February 10)
Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher star in this romantic comedy, ideal for Valentine’s Day viewing. Directed by Aline Brosh McKenna (The Devil Wears Prada, 27 Dresses), it tells the story of Debbie and Peter, two best friends who exchange very different lives. In doing so, they discover that what they thought they wanted was not what they needed.
All the Places (February 14)
After the death of her father, Gabriela and Fernando meet again after fifteen years without seeing each other. Together, they embark on a journey across Mexico on a motorcycle to fulfill a childhood dream. The film is based on the German film 25 km/h by Markus Goller and changes several things, such as the dynamics of the protagonists and the setting where it takes place (in this case, Mexico).
We Have a Ghost (February 24)
The plot of We Have a Ghost follows a family who, after encountering a ghost with a shady past, becomes a viral phenomenon. However, it will not only attract netizens, but also a somewhat strange government agency. David Harbour plays the ghost Ernest and Anthony Mackie is the father of the family who wants to squeeze (monetarily) as much as possible out of his unexpected tenant.