What’s New on Netflix in February 2022? Since it is the end of January, you might already have watched all of the movies and series streaming in the first month of 2022. We are now at the threshold for February and eager to experience the exciting Netflix offerings.
Already, we have an article about all February releases on our website. We were conscious of the long list of programs and decided to simplify it for you. Here are the TV Series and Films that Netflix has added to its first week of February.
Let’s take a look at what’s coming to Netflix in February 2022.
Gobby’s Dollhouse Season 4 –
Blue’s Clues veterans Jennifer Twomey & Traci Paige Johnson created this interactive preschool Web TV series that features live-action cum animated interactive preschool Web TV series. It is a creation of DreamWorks Animation Television.
Gabby was voiced by Laila Lockhart Kraner. The series’ first episode was released January 5, 2021.
Raising Dion (Season 2)
The TV Series is about Nicole, a single mother and her son Dion, who have a superpower. She tries to protect Dion from his potential danger and expose it to her.
Alisha Wainwright and Ja’Siah Young play the roles of Nicole and Dion, respectively. The premiere of the first season was on October 4, 2019. The second season will feature Dion’s superhuman powers and will bring more adventure to the role of Nicole.
Dark Desire (Season 2)
This Mexican thriller drama’s second and final season centers around Alma- a professor at law, Leonardo- her husband, and a judge. He has kept many secrets about Zoe- his wife, Zoe- their child, Dario- a student at Alma, and Esteban – a police officer.
Alma is confronted with many questions as she spends a weekend away from her home to pursue her passion.
MeatEater (Season 10).
Part 2 of Season 10 will bring you this nonfiction TV series about outdoor haunting. You can join Steve Carolina on his adventures from South Carolina and Hawaii with Ryan Callaghan, Jason Phelps and Kimi Werner.
Season 1: The Tinder Swindler
Felicity Morris directs this documentary-crime TV Series. It is about a Tinder fraudster who pretends to be a billionaire and seduced many women in order to cheat them out of millions.
Fans who love reality-based crime will enjoy this jaw-dropping drama.
Finding Ola (Season 1)
The new TV Series will focus on Ola AbdElSabour, a mother-turned-pharmacist who struggles to balance her busy world with her personal journey to rediscover herself.
She is torn between her responsibilities, and her attempts to find love again. Hend Sabry plays the title role of Ola in this series’ origins, Egypt.
Kid Cosmic (Season 3).
This animated series of superhero TV Series is produced by Craig McCracken and Netflix. It follows Kid, a young boy who becomes a superhero to fight evil aliens.
The series’ first season premiered on February 7, 2021. The series’ illustrations are in “retro 2D” style, inspired by Dennis the Menace’ and The Adventures of Titan’.
Murderville (Season 1)
The new crime comedy series will feature Terry Seattle, an eccentric detective who will work with celebrities who are completely clueless about crime in order to investigate a series murders.
They will need to solve the crimes that are not in the script. Terry will be played by Will Arnett.
Sweet Magnolias (Season 2)-
This romantic drama TV Series, based on Sherryl Woods’ novels, is returning with its second season. “Sweet Magnolias” tells the story three childhood best friends from South Carolina who support one another in their struggles for love, career, and family.
Maddie Townsend (JoAnna Garcia Swisher), Dana Sue Sullivan(Brooke Elliott), Helen Decatur, (Heather Headley), are three of their friends who call themselves “Sweet Magnolias”.
Through My Window
This romantic comedy film adapts a Wattpad story by Ariana Godoy (a Venezuelan author). Raquel and Ares are the story’s central characters. Raquel falls madly in love her neighbor, Ares, and she watches him from her windows.
While she wants him to fall in love, she also has a desire to not lose herself along the way. Marcal Fores directed this film, with Clara Galle playing Raquel and Julio Pena playing Ares.