Here's what's coming to Netflix in February

Your trailer-by-trailer guide to the new Netflix arrivals.

February 3

Santa Clarita Diet

Joel (Timothy Olyphant) and Sheila (Drew Barrymore) are happily married realtors raising their teenaged daughter Abby in the L.A suburb of Santa Clarita. One day, Sheila changes, and while the word "zombie" may be too negative, she does need to eat human flesh to survive. So Joel helps her find victims who deserve it, because you know, marriage is for better or for worse.

Daniel Sosa: Sosafado

Comedian Daniel Sosa takes on the personalities of many characters, including a Tupperware dealer, a thirsty priest and a Trojan horse soldier in his new comedy special.

Imperial Dreams

In this original film, Star Wars' favourite rogue stormtrooper John Boyega plays a father who returns home from prison with dreams of being a writer and building a better future for his young son.

February 7

Michael Bolton's Big Sexy Valentine's Day Special

Santa's got a problem, too many toys, not enough kids. If there aren't 75,000 new babies to get the extra toys by Christmas, the elves have done all that work for nothing. Santa knows there's only one person with the sultry voice to get everyone in the mood: Michael Bolton.

February 10

Cyborg 009: Call of Justice

Just as the Cyborgs are settling into their normal lives, they're called into action again when the superhuman Blessed appear.

David Brent: Life on the Road

David Brent from BBC's The Office is back, and he's going after that rock-and-roll lifestyle he's always wanted. He's hitting the road with his band, Foregone Conclusion. Cast includes Ricky Gervais, Doc Brown, Tom Basden, Jo Hartley, Tom Bennett, Andrew Brooke, Nina Sosanya, Andy Burrows, and Kevin Bishop.

Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life

Fed up with middle school and all the rules that come with it, Rafe Katchadorian, an introverted artist, and his best friend, Leo, decide to break every rule in the book to expose their principal's strict system.

February 14

White Nights

An heiress who disregards romantic entanglements in her quest for money and power is challenged by an ambitious new employee in her company and a visit from a man from her past.

Katherine Ryan: In Trouble

Katherine Ryan finds herself in trouble again for her first official Netflix special, shot live at London's Hammersmith Apollo.

Girlfriend's Day

In this dark comedy, writer Ray Wentworth has fallen on hard times that force him to make a living as a greeting card writer. When he decides to participate in a competition to create the perfect greeting card slogan for a new holiday, "Girlfriend's Day," he soon learns that the competition isn't as friendly as he once thought.

February 21

Trevor Noah: Afraid of the Dark

The new Daily Show host goes back to the standup mike for this special, in which he discusses how traffic lights make New Yorkers believe they're invincible, what can happen when you name your own country, and what it would be like to have a black James Bond.

February 24

Ultimate Beastmaster

In this athletic competition show produced by Sylvester Stallone and hosted by Terry Crews, the best athletes come together to take on the ultimate obstacle course. The 10-episode event series will feature 108 competitors from six countries, 18 from each country.

The Sound of Your Heart

Based on the hit Korean animated series, this show tells the story of a cartoonist, his girlfriend and his subpar family.

I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymore

A woman (Melanie Lynskey), pushed to the breaking point when burglars rob her house, teams up with her neighbour (Elijah Wood) to take them down, but it soon becomes clear they've taken on more than they can handle.

February 28

Mike Birbiglia: Thank God for Jokes

Comedian and This American Life journalist Mike Birbiglia has created a one-man show telling jokes all about the art of telling jokes.

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