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What’s Coming to Netflix in February 2023

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While Netflix is busy revising its policies on password sharing, which are reportedly set to go into effect in March, the streaming platform at the same time is adding new movies and series on the platform to entertain its users. In this month of love, Netflix has a couple of new movies and series it’s adding — from thrillers to actions to sci-fi to romcom and dramas, all packed for you to enjoy alone or with friends and family.

With Valentine’s day just around the corner, Netflix has got plenty of rom-com such as “Your Place or Mine” starring Ashton Kutcher and Reese Witherspoon, In Love All Over Again, Squared Love All Over Again, and if you enjoy kdramas, then Love to Hate You is for you. But if rom-com isn’t your thing, and you’re single as f*** you have no other half to watch with, then worry not — you can still check out the highly anticipated Freeridge, a coming-of-age spin-off series to teen drama On The Block, You (season 4, Part 1), Netflix’s popular psychological thriller [one of my favorites], Outer Banks (Season 3), an action-adventure mystery teen drama.

If you love true crime series, watch out for Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal on Feb. 22nd. Remember Ganglands, a French action crime drama of a qualified robber, and an apprentice thief that got involved in a turf war between drug dealers, well season 2 is on Feb. 17 pick up where you left from.

You’re about to laugh your soul out with these comedy dramas, Freeridge, We Have a Ghost, Jim Jefferies: High n’ Dry, and The Exchange.

If you enjoy tracks, racing, crashing and a short-lasting feeling of euphoria then watch Formula 1: Drive to Survive, a documentary series that gives a behind-the-scenes look at the drivers and races of the Formula One World Championship. Season 5 is set to come out on Feb. 24 and it will document the 2022 Formula One World Championship. Red Bull driver Max Verstappen confirmed that Season 5 marks his first full appearance in in-show interviews, having criticized it in the past for fabricating events that happened during the World Championships.

Here’s the full list of everything coming to Netflix this February 2023 that you should glue on:
NOTE: This list consists of old movies (not released this year and some go way back to the late 90s and early 2000) but Netflix is adding them to its platform.

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