Netflix is continuing to expand its massive library by debuting new original series every week. It can definitely be overwhelming but TV Guide is here to help you keep track of it all with a list of all the Netflix original shows and movies coming out in 2021.
Netfiix kicked off the year in a big way with the third season of Cobra Kai in January and followed it up with the film Malcolm & Marie in February. Now in March, Netflix has the Sherlock Holmes-inspired The Irregulars, an Amy Poehler film Moxie, and so much more. Later in the year, Netflix will have the final season of Justin Simien's Dear White People and potentially another installment of Stranger Things.
Here's a list of all the Netflix originals set to premiere in 2021, organized by month. Check back as more series, movies, documentaries, and other premieres are announced.
Abla Fahita: Drama Queen (TBD): An innocent fugitive, Abla Fahita gets separated from her children. The illustrious diva will stop at nothing to clear her name and reunite with them.
ARASHI's Diary Voyage ep24 (TBD): As the voyage comes to an end, the guys reflect on their final moments as a group before their hiatus, capping off an amazing 21-year run with one last live stream concert. This is the finale episode of this series started in December 2019.
The Ying Yang Master (TBD): A feud erupts between realms, and Yin Yang master Qing Ming teams up with disgraced guard Yuan Boya to vanquish a demonic threat as a conspiracy looms.
Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell (March 1): Featuring rare footage and in-depth interviews, this documentary celebrates the life of The Notorious B.I.G. on his journey from hustler to rap king.
Word Party: Season 5 (March 2): Party with animal babies Franny, Bailey, Kip, Lulu, and Tilly as they learn new words and life lessons in English and Mandarin through song and dance!
Moxie (March 3): Inspired by her mom's rebellious past and a confident new friend, a shy 16-year-old publishes an anonymous zine calling out sexism at her school.
Murder Among the Mormons (March 3): Salt Lake City, 1985. A series of pipe bombs kill two people and severely injures another, jolting the epicenter of the LDS Church. The murders send further shockwaves through the community when a trove of early Mormon letters and diaries are found destroyed in the vehicle of the third victim, Mark Hofmann, a renowned collector of rare documents, including the infamous White Salamander Letter — an artifact whose contents threatened to shake the very foundations of Mormonism. As Hofmann fights for his life, investigators race to uncover the truth.
Pacific Rim: The Black (March 4): After Kaiju ravage Australia, two siblings pilot a Jaeger to search for their parents, encountering new creatures, seedy characters, and chance allies.
City of Ghosts (March 5): Meet the Ghost Club! Their adventures take them all around Los Angeles as they interview ghosts, solve problems, and learn about their city's history.
Dogwashers (March 5): When a narco past his prime refuses to pay a debt to an upstart, only a secret stash of money can save his men. But guess what the gardener just found?
Nevenka: Breaking the Silence (March 5): This docuseries examines Spain's historic 2001 lawsuit, in which city councilor Nevenka Fernández accused Mayor Ismael Álvarez of sexual harassment.
Pokemon Journeys: The Series: Part 4 (March 5): Battles and research continue as Ash and Goh travel the world. Along the way they find old friends, Legendary Pokémon, Team Rocket, and more.
Sentinelle (March 5): Transferred home after a traumatizing combat mission, a highly trained French soldier uses her lethal skills to hunt down the man who hurt her sister.
Bombay Bagums (March 8): From boardrooms to society's margins, five ambitious women from various walks of life navigate dreams, desires and disappointments in modern Mumbai.
Bombay Rose (March 8): Escaping from child marriage, a young club dancer living in the streets of Bombay, must choose between fending for her family and finding love with a boy orphaned by the militancy. Painted frame by frame and woven delicately through music, a red rose brings together three tales of impossible loves. Love between two dreamers tested by duty and religious divides. Love between two women. Love of an entire city for its Bollywood stars. Based on true events, the film, in documentary fashion, explores the ruthlessness of a society where the love and life that reigns on the big screen can crush you in its mean streets.
The Houseboat (March 9): Musicians and friends Fynn Kliemann and Olli Schulz spend two difficult years trying to restore the home of singer Gunter Gabriel to its former glory.
StarBeam: Season 3 (March 9): StarBeam is back with her family and favorite sidekicks to defend Somerset from all the wacky villains trying to stir up trouble and spoil the fun!
Dealer (March 10): Tensions erupt when two filmmakers infiltrate an area ruled by gangs to shoot a music video for a rapper in this gritty found-footage series.
Last Chance U: Basketball (March 10): Over the course of eight episodes, viewers will follow the East Los Angeles College Huskies (ELAC) in their high stakes chase to an unprecedented California state basketball championship. Led by passionate head coach John Mosley, the ELAC team is made up of former D1 recruits and powerhouse athletes hustling to prove themselves for a last chance to fulfill their dreams of playing at the next level. But the team is tested as the players battle adversity, inner demons, and emotions on and off the court.
Marriage or Mortgage (March 10): A wedding planner and a real estate agent compete to win the hearts and budgets of spouses-to-be. Will they pick fairy-tale nuptials or a dream home?
Coven of Sisters (March 11): Basque Country, 1609. To postpone their execution, a group of women accused of witchcraft lure their inquisitor into witnessing the witches' Sabbath.
Love Alarm: Season 2 (March 12): Longing for resounding proof of her feelings, Jojo sets out to uninstall the shield and make the app ring for her one true love.
The One (March 12): Love — and lies — spiral when a DNA researcher helps discover a way to find the perfect partner, and creates a bold new matchmaking service.
Paper Lives (March 12): In the streets of Istanbul, ailing waste warehouse worker Mehmet takes a small boy under his wing and must soon confront his own traumatic childhood.
Paradise PD: Part 3 (March 12): The not-so-honorable police officers of Paradise engage in dog blackmail, sperm theft, doughnut shop intimidation, and many more unspeakable crimes.
YES DAY (March 12): Always feeling like they have to say NO to their kids and co-workers, Allison and Carlos decide to give their three kids a YES DAY -- where for 24 hours the kids make the rules. Little did they know that they'd be going on a whirlwind adventure around Los Angeles, that would bring the family closer to each other than ever before.
The Lost Pirate Kingdom (March 15): The real-life pirates of the Caribbean violently plunder the world's riches and form a surprisingly egalitarian republic in this documentary series.
Zero Chill (March 15): Talented teen figure skater Kayla is forced to leave everything behind when her family follows her twin brother, Mac, to a prestigious hockey academy.
RebellComedy: Straight Outta the Zoo (March 16): The comics of RebellComedy take the stage and tackle topics including mistaken identities, being the "funny" kid, and anatomically interesting starfish.
Waffles + Mochi (March 16): Curious puppet pals Waffles and Mochi travel the world exploring the wonders of food and culture while learning how to cook with fresh ingredients.
Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal (March 17): Reenactments drive this documentary investigating the mastermind behind a scam to sneak the kids of rich and famous families into top US universities.
Under Suspicion: Uncovering the Wesphael Case (March 17): This true-crime series follows the high-profile court case of Belgian politician Bernard Wesphael, who was accused of murdering his wife in 2013.
B: The Beginning Succession (March 18): When Keith is abducted and a friend from Koku's past resurfaces, Killer B returns and everyone is pulled into a conspiracy involving the crown.
Cabras de Peste (March 18): Two wildly mismatched cops from different Brazilian states are forced to work together to take on a gang operating in both of their homelands.
Nate Bargatze: The Greatest Average American (March 18): Tennessee-born comedian, actor, and podcast host Nate Bargatze is back with his second hour-long Netflix original comedy special, Nate Bargatze: The Greatest Average American. Nate reflects on being part of the Oregon Trail generation, meeting his wife while working at Applebee's and the hilariously relatable moments of being a father and husband.
Alien TV: Season 2 (March 19): Alien reporters Ixbee, Pixbee and Squee return to Earth, where they learn about more odd human customs and inventions like trains and fashion.
Country Comfort (March 19): An aspiring young country singer finds the band she's been missing when she takes a job as a nanny for a musically talented family.
Formula 1: Drive to Survive Season 3 (March 19): During a shortened 2020 season, Lewis Hamilton, Daniel Ricciardo and other top drivers pursue checkered flags as COVID-19 turns the world upside down.
Sky Rojo (March 19): On the run from their pimp and his henchmen, three women embark on a wild and crazy journey in search of freedom. From the creators of Money Heist.
Navillera (March 22): A 70-year-old with a dream and a 23-year-old with a gift lift each other out of harsh realities and rise to the challenge of becoming ballerinos.
Loylso Gola: Unlearning (March 23): South African comedian Loyiso Gola serves up practical philosophy and filter-free humor as he tackles topics like race, identity, and world politics.
Seaspiracy (March 24): Passionate about ocean life, a filmmaker sets out to document the harm that humans do to marine species — and uncovers a sinister global conspiracy.
Who Killed Sara? (March 24): After 18 years in prison, Álex takes his revenge on the Lazcano family, who framed him for the murder of his sister Sara to save their reputation.
Caught By a Wave (March 25): After falling in love at a beachside summer camp in Sicily, a painful truth inspires two teenage sailing enthusiasts to live their lives to the fullest.
DOTA: Dragon's Blood (March 25): After encounters with a dragon and a princess on her own mission, a Dragon Knight becomes embroiled in events larger than he could have ever imagined.
Secret Magic Control Agency (March 25): Hansel and Gretel of fairy tale fame — now acting as secret agents — must use magic, clever thinking and teamwork on a mission to find a missing king.
A Week Away (March 26): Troubled teen Will Hawkins (Kevin Quinn) has a run-in with the law that puts him at an important crossroad: go to juvenile detention or attend a Christian summer camp. At first a fish-out-of-water, Will opens his heart, discovers love with a camp regular (Bailee Madison), and finds a sense of belonging in the last place he expected to find it.
Bad Trip (March 26): In a hidden-camera comedy from the producer of "Bad Grandpa," two pals embark on a road trip full of funny pranks that pull real people into the mayhem.
The Irregulars (March 26): In 19th-century London, a group of misfits works to solve supernatural crimes at the behest of Dr. Watson and his elusive partner, Sherlock Holmes.
Magic for Humans by Mago Pop (March 26): Illusionist Mago Pop takes to the streets of Barcelona, where he amazes folks of all ages and walks of life with tricks that inspire delight and wonder.
Nailed It!: Double Trouble (March 26): When two clueless cake "artists" team up, the reveals are even more ridiculous. From best buds to brothers and sisters, these bakers are twice as bad.
Octonauts & the Ring of Fire (March 30): When lava-spewing volcanoes start a chain reaction of disasters across the ocean, the Octonauts must work together to save their sea creature friends.
Haunted: Latin America (March 31): Real people's terrifying tales of the chilling, unexplained and paranormal come to life with dramatic reenactments in this reality series.
Shadow and Bone (April 23): The series is an adaptation of Leigh Bardugo's Grishaverse fantasy novels, in which a young girl, Alina (Jessie Mei Li), discovers she is a Grisha -- a person with magic -- and may be the key to uniting her fractured people when she's taken under the wing of their leader, the Darkling (Ben Barnes).
Age of Samurai: Battle for Japan: This docudrama focuses on the warring kingdoms of feudal Japan.
Behind Her Eyes: This psychological thriller is based on the 2017 novel of the same name.
Eden: This sci-fi anime series tells the story of robots raising the last human child on Earth.
Go, Dog, Go!: Tag and Scooch are two young pups living in Pawston who are always on the go and exploring their world. The series is based on the children's book of the same name.
I Do, Redo: Jessica Mulroney hosts this series, which gives couples a second chance at the perfect wedding day.
Izzy Bee's Koala World: 11-year-old Izzy and her veterinarian mother rescue koalas on their Australian island.
Pacific Rim: The Black: As monsters emerge from the sea to attack Earth, humanity must fight back using giant robot warriors in this anime adaptation of the blockbuster film franchise.
Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy: The Transformers franchise follows the Great War between the Autobots and the Decepticons.
What-to-Doodles: An adventurous and lovable team of clever young creatures play, grow, laugh, learn, and sing together in colorful Zoo York City.
Cobra Kai Season 3 (Jan. 1): Cobra Kai, now a Netflix Original, takes place over 30 years after the events of the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament, continuing the inescapable conflict between Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka). Season 3 finds everyone reeling in the aftermath of the violent high school brawl between their dojos, which has left Miguel in a precarious condition. While Daniel searches for answers in his past and Johnny seeks redemption, Kreese further manipulates his vulnerable students with his own vision of dominance. The soul of the Valley is at stake, and the fate of every student and sensei hangs in the balance.
Headspace Guide to Meditation (Jan. 1): Over the course of eight animated episodes, Andy Puddicombe — former Buddhist monk and co-founder of the Headspace meditation app — takes viewers through the benefits and science behind meditation.
The Minimalists: Less Is Now (Jan. 1): The film's title was inspired by the popular maxim "Less is more," popularized by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886–1969), who used this aphorism to describe his design aesthetic; his tactic was one of arranging the necessary components of a building to create an impression of extreme simplicity. The Minimalists have reworked this phrase to create a sense of urgency for today's consumer culture: now is the time for less.
Monarca (Jan. 1): Spanish-language series Monarca will be kicking off the year with even higher stakes than the first season. The series focuses on the criminal underbelly in Mexico, following a multi-generational family involved in a business empire unlike any others.
We Can Be Heroes (Jan. 1): When alien invaders kidnap Earth's superheroes, their children must team up and learn to work together if they want to save their parents and the world. The cast of this standalone sequel to The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lava Girl in 3-D includes Pedro Pascal, Priyanka Chopra, Christian Slater, Boyd Holbrook and Taylor Dooley.
Asphalt Burning (Jan. 2): The third film in the Norwegian action comedy film series Børning, a take on the Fast and Furious movies, Asphalt Burning follows Roy (Anders Baasmo Christiansen) as he accepts a challenge to race a new foe for his own runaway bride at Germany's Nürburgring track.
Gabby's Dollhouse (Jan. 5): The series leads preschoolers room to room through a dollhouse of mini-worlds and kittens.
History of Swear Words (Jan. 5): An education in expletives: the history lesson you didn't know you needed. History of Swear Words, hosted by Nicolas Cage, is a loud and proudly profane series that explores the origins, pop culture usage, science, and cultural impact of curse words. Through interviews with historians, entertainers, and experts in etymology and pop culture, the six-episode series dives into the origins of "F---," "Sh--," "Bitch," "Dick," "P---y," and "Damn."
Surviving Death (Jan. 6): An in-depth investigative series exploring the possibility of an afterlife, based on Leslie Kean's book of the same name.
Pieces of a Woman (Jan. 7): Vanessa Kirby gives a stunning performance in this heart-wrenching film about a couple in the year following the loss of their baby.
Stuck Apart (Azizler) (Jan. 8): This Turkish movie is about a middle-aged man who is not content with life and starts a web of lies to break out of his routine.
CRACK: Cocaine, Corruption & Conspiracy (Jan. 11): In the early 1980s, the crack epidemic tore through America's inner cities like a tsunami, ravaging all in its wake. Decades later, the destructive effects on people's lives, families and communities are still deeply felt. Crack: Cocaine, Corruption & Conspiracy examines not only the personal devastation caused by the drug, but also the shadowy origins of the crisis and the resultant, ongoing marginalization of Black and Brown people trapped by the U.S. prison and healthcare systems.
Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer (Jan. 13): The spellbinding true story of how one of the most notorious serial killers in American history was hunted down and brought to justice.
Bling Empire (Jan. 15): A reality series that follows LA's wildly wealthy Asian and Asian American fun seekers as they go all out with fabulous parties, glamour and drama.
Carmen Sandiego Season 4 (Jan. 15): Carmen continues to travel around the world to stop V.I.L.E.'s evil plans in their tracks.
Disenchantment Season 3 (Jan. 15): The adult animated comedy fantasy series follows the medieval misadventures of hard-drinking young Princess Bean, her feisty elf companion Elfo and her personal demon Luci. Along the way, the oddball trio encounter ogres, mermaids, walruses, and lots of human fools, all while uncovering the deeper mystery of Dreamland. In Disenchantment Part 3, Bean continues to grow into her power and own her destiny. As the fearless friends venture out to discover new worlds, they might just find there really is no place like home.
Outside the Wire (Jan. 15): Set in the future, a drone pilot (Damson Idris) is sent into a deadly militarized zone where he finds himself working for an android officer (Anthony Mackie) tasked with locating a doomsday device before the insurgents do.
Hello Ninja Season 4 (Jan. 19): Wesley, Georgie, and Pretzel return for another round of adventures on Netflix Jr.
Daughter from Another Mother (Madre solo hay dos) (Jan. 21): After realizing their babies were exchanged at birth, two women develop a plan to adjust to their new lives: creating a single —and peculiar— family.
Busted Season 3 (Jan. 22): Korean entertainment icons and the biggest names in K-Drama in this whodunit variety show.
Fate: The Winx Saga (Jan. 22): This live-action young adult series is inspired by the Italian animated series about a fairy boarding school under attack by an old enemy.
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Season 2 (Jan. 22): Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous follows a group of six teenagers chosen for a once-in-a-lifetime experience at a new adventure camp on the opposite side of Isla Nublar. But when dinosaurs wreak havoc across the island, the campers are stranded. Unable to reach the outside world, they'll need to go from strangers to friends to family if they're going to survive.
The White Tiger (Jan. 22): Ava DuVernay serves as executive producer on this movie about a man's rise from a poor villager to a hugely successful businessman in India.
50M2 Season 1 (Jan. 27): The brand new crime drama series is about a hitman who assumes a new identity after betraying the trust of his bosses.
Penguin Bloom (Jan. 27): Naomi Watts plays Samantha Bloom, an outdoorswoman who is paralyzed from the chest down after falling off a rooftop and finds hope again when she bonds with a baby magpie her children bring home a year after her accident.
The Dig (Jan. 29): Carey Mulligan, Ralph Fiennes, Lily James, Johnny Flynn, and more star in this period drama set just slightly before World War II, in which a wealthy widow hires an archaeologist to excavate her estate and they stumble on something that has the potential to change their lives.
Finding 'Ohana (Jan. 29): A summer in rural Oahu takes an exciting turn for two Brooklyn-raised siblings when a journal pointing to long-lost treasure sets them on an epic adventure with new friends and leads them to reconnect with their Hawaiian heritage.
We Are: The Brooklyn Saints (Jan. 29): From Emmy-award winning filmmaker Rudy Valdez (The Sentence), Imagine Documentaries, and Disarming Films comes We Are: The Brooklyn Saints, a four-part documentary series following a youth football program in the heart of inner city East New York, Brooklyn.
High Rise Invasion (TBD in February): Anime series based on the manga created by Tsuina Miura and Takahiro Oba.
Kid Cosmic(Feb. 2): The new series from the creator of The Powerpuff Girls centers on an odd, imaginative boy who acquires superpowers after finding five cosmic rings.
Mighty Express (Feb. 2): Catch a ride with the Mighty Express -- a team of trains and their kid friends who overcome trouble on the tracks with quick thinking and teamwork!
Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready Season 2 (Feb. 2): A second season of Tiffany Haddish introducing the world to her favorite comediennes of the moment.
All My Friends Are Dead (Feb. 3): A group of friends at a New Year's Eve party go through a whirlwind of events that expose secrets, break hearts, and lead to a shocking outcome.
Black Beach (Feb. 3): A lawyer with a promising future is forced to deep dive into his past when he agrees to negotiate with an old friend turned kidnapper.
Firefly Lane (Feb. 3): Based on the novel of the same name by Kristin Hannah, the series follows two friends (played by Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke) through several decades and explores how they stick together through thick and thin.
Hache: Season 2 (Feb. 5): One year later, Hache grabs a chance to start up a heroin production lab, but conspiring associates and a troublemaking relative complicate her plans.
Invisible City (Feb. 5): While investigating a mysterious death, a man is drawn into a battle between the human world and a realm inhabited by mythical creatures.
The Last Paradise (Feb. 5): In 1950s Italy, a passionate free spirit dreams of love, justice, and a better life till a forbidden affair threatens everything. Based on real events.
Little Big Women (Feb. 5): A family grapples with the passing of their estranged father and the remnants of the life he led during his absence.
Malcolm & Marie (Feb. 5): A black and white film starring Zendaya and John David Washington about a couple whose relationship issues come to the surface after a tense evening. The film was made during the pandemic, shot at Caterpillar House in California.
Space Sweepers (Feb. 5): Set in 2092, spaceship Victory is one of the many that live off salvaging space debris. Crewed with a genius space pilot Tae-ho (Song Joong-ki), a mysterious ex-space pirate Captain Jang (Kim Tae-ri), a spaceship engineer Tiger Park (Jin Sun-kyu), and a reprogrammed military robot Bubs (Yoo Hai-jin), Spaceship Victory surpasses all other space sweepers. After successfully snatching a crashed space shuttle in the latest debris chase, Victory's crew finds a 7-year-old girl inside. They realize that she's the humanlike robot wanted by UTS Space Guards, and decide to demand ransom in exchange.
Strip Down & Rise Up (Feb. 5): An intimate film about a diverse and vibrant group of women who heal their trauma and body image issues through sensual movement and the art of pole dancing.
The Yin-Yang Master: Dream of Eternity (Feb. 5): When a demonic serpent reawakens, the Yin-Yang Masters must solve a murder mystery and protect their realms from a dark conspiracy at the royal court.
Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel(Feb. 10): A new documentary series that deconstructs the mythology and mystery surrounding infamous locations in contemporary crime. For nearly a century the Cecil Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles has been linked to some of the city's most notorious activity, from untimely deaths to housing serial killers.
The Misadventures of Hedi and Cokeman(Feb. 10): In Paris, two dysfunctional dealers use family ties to try to boost their small drug business in the crass comedy based on the web series.
Capitani (Feb. 11): Detective Luc Capitani investigates the mysterious death of a teenager after her body is found in the forest near a village in northern Luxembourg.
Layla Majnun (Feb. 11): While in Azerbaijan, Layla, an Indonesian scholar, falls for Samir, an admirer of her work — but her arranged marriage stands in the way.
Red Dot (Feb. 11): This psychological thriller follows a couple in Northern Sweden who are trying to rekindle their relationship, but they find themselves on the run from an unknown shooter. This is Netflix's first full feature film from Sweden.
Squared Love (Feb. 11): A romance-comedy film about school teacher Monika who maintains a secret double life as a model ("Klaudia") to pay off her father's debts. During a photo shoot, she meets womanizer and journalist Enzo, who has been forced to appear in the commercial by his boss and lover Alicja. Worse comes to worst at the photoshoot and the two models become worst enemies.
Buried by the Bernards (Feb. 12): In 2017, Ryan Bernard opened the doors to R Bernard Funeral Services, offering complete, yet affordable funeral packages to help his community deal with exponentially high funeral costs. With family dramedy at the center, the family-owned and operated businessprovides their community top-tier care, service, and comfort with a side of laughter in the toughest of times. In this line of work, the Bernards can't neglect supporting each other and have their own special recipe for preserving their relationships; it's one part understanding, a pinch of sarcasm, and a heaping spoonful of blatant honesty. This unorthodox funeral home is only outmatched by the unconventional Bernard family themselves.
Hate by Dani Rovira (Feb. 12): On the stage of the Soho Caixabank Theatre in Malaga, the actor Dani Rovira offers his most sincere, delirious, and non-filtered vision of the human being in these current times. If your laughter is primitive, you're a vegan, you have a dog or a cat, you frequently visit Instagram, you're doing renovations, you're a mother or Antonio Banderas himself, if you use dating apps, you're just quick-tempered, get ready: There's hate for everyone.
Nadiya Bakes (Feb. 12): Delightful cakes and heavenly breads pop from the oven as Nadiya Hussain returns to baking, her happy place, and spotlights creative kindred spirits.
To All the Boys: Always and Forever (Feb. 12): In the final installment in the To All the Boys film series, Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) prepares for the end of high school and the start of adulthood, and a pair of life-changing trips lead her to reimagine what life with her family, friends, and Peter (Noah Centineo) will look like after graduation.
Xico's Journey (Feb. 12): A girl, a dog, and her best pal set out to save a mountain from a gold-hungry corporation. But the key lies closer to home, with her sidekick pup Xico.
The Crew (Feb. 15): The Crew stars Kevin James as a NASCAR crew chief for the fictional Bobby Spencer Racing team. When the owner steps down and passes the team off to his daughter Catherine (Jillian Mueller), James has to protect himself and his crew from her attempts to modernize the team.
Animals on the Loose: A You vs Wild Movie (Feb. 16): Bear Grylls returns with Animals on the Loose: A You vs. Wild movie, an exciting 90-minute interactive movie for the whole family. The protective fence surrounding a wildlife sanctuary has mysteriously suffered a breach, and now animals are on the loose. Bear is called in to help rescue a mischievous baboon, track down a hungry lion, and fix the fence before any more animals get out.
Amend: The Fight for America (Feb. 17): This six-part docuseries hosted by Will Smith explores the Fourteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution — which, in 1868, promised liberty and equal protection for all people — as America's most enduring hallmark of democracy.
Behind Her Eyes (Feb. 17): A single mother enters a world of twisted mind games when she begins an affair with her psychiatrist boss while secretly befriending his mysterious wife.
Hello, Me! (Feb. 17): Miserable and unsuccessful, a woman thinks she's lost all her spark — until one day, her spunky younger self appears in front of her demanding change.
ManEater Season 9, Part 2 (Feb. 17): Steve sets his sights on wild game such as mule deer, duck, wild turkey, bear, and moose in travels that take him to hunting hot spots across the US.
Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan (Feb. 18): A popular manga creator becomes enmeshed in paranormal events while conducting research: Stand User Kishibe Rohan visits Italy, goes bankrupt and more.
Tribes of Europa (Feb. 19): 2074. In the wake of a mysterious global disaster, war rages between the Tribes that have emerged from the wreckage of Europe. Three siblings from the peaceful Origine tribe — Kiano (Emilio Sakraya), Liv (Henriette Confurius), and Elja (David Ali Rashed) — are separated and forced to forge their own paths in an action-packed fight for the future of this new Europa.
Classmates Minus (Feb. 20): The plight of middle-aged men is told through the individual yet intertwined stories of four high school classmates dealing with personal struggles.
Brian Regan: On the Rocks (Feb. 23): Comedian Brian Regan is trying to understand the absurdities around him. In his second Netflix comedy special, Brian Regan: On The Rocks, the legendary comedian confronts his befuddlement with animals, people, dinner parties, Reiki healers, and his recent realization that he has O.C.D.
Pelé (Feb. 23): The story looks back at the extraordinary 12-year period in which Pelé, the only man to win three World Cup titles, went from young superstar in 1958 to national hero in 1970; a radical yet turbulent era in Brazil's history.
Canine Intervention (Feb. 24): Canine Intervention follows renowned Oakland dog trainer, Jas Leverette, as he runs Cali K9, one of the top dog training facilities in California. Using his unique training methods and techniques, each episode will feature Jas as he works with a variety of dogs and their owners to fix their obedience and behavior issues. Jas works with all breeds, he's never turned a dog away, and he can correct even the most extreme behavior issues.
Ginny & Georgia(Feb. 24): This coming of age story centers on an angsty 15-year-old named Ginny Miller (Antonia Gentry) and her mother Georgia (Brianne Howey) as they attempt to start a new and normal life in New England.
Geez & Ann (Feb. 25): A sensitive and independent girl falls for a mysterious dream boy and yearns for the one thing everyone wants in a relationship — commitment and love.
High-Rise Invasion (Feb. 25): A teen girl is teleported to a high-rise rooftop where she must choose between four dangerous options in a battle for her survival.
Bigfoot Family (Feb. 26): Bigfoot's now a big deal. So when he goes missing, his shy but tech-savvy teen son must take on an evil CEO to save his family and a wildlife preserve.
Caught by a Wave (Feb. 26): A summer fling born under the Sicilian sun quickly develops into a heartbreaking love story that forces a boy and girl to grow up too quickly.
Crazy About Her (Feb. 26): After a magical one night stand with the cryptic and enigmatic Carla (Susana Abaitua), Adri (Álvaro Cervantes) decides to admit himself at the mental institution where Carla resides in order to see her again, but he will soon discover that checking himself out will not be as easy as he thought.