Cover Here are the best new shows and movies to watch on Netflix this February 2022 (Photo: Aaron Epstein/Netflix)

February is packed with new shows and movies—from Inventing Anna, Twenty One Twenty Five to Texas Chainsaw Massacre and more

After a quiet January, Netflix is going all out this February. The streaming giant is releasing three K-dramas with two still in “coming soon” status and one movie—both previously released and exclusive to Netflix—coming out every week.

Murderville, Inventing Anna and One of Us Is Lying are all mystery shows to tune in to this month while Texas Chainsaw Massacre makes a thrilling return. For something more heart-fluttering, be sure to watch AI Love You or any of the four Korean titles.

Read more to find out what Netflix has to offer this February 2022.

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1. The Tinder Swindler

Swipe, swipe, swipe. Cecilie knows it’s hard to find love online so when she matches with a handsome billionaire, she can’t believe it—he’s the man of her dreams. But dreams aren’t reality and she soon discovers that this man isn’t who he says he is.

Cecilie discovers his other targets and they band together to make sure there are no more victims.

Release: February 2

2. Murderville

In Murderville, you will meet Senior Detective Terry Seattle (Will Arnett) from the Homicide Division. For Terry, every day means a new murder case a new celebrity guest as his partner. But there’s a catch: each episode’s guest star isn’t given the script so they have no idea what’s about to happen.

Together, Terry and his guest star will have to improvise their way through the case but the guest will have to be the one to name the killer. Celebrity guest stars include Annie Murphy, Conan O’Brien, Ken Jeong, Kumail Nanjiani, Marshawn Lynch and Sharon Stone.

Release: February 3

3. Inventing Anna

Based on a true story, Inventing Anna follows a journalist who’s investigating the case of Anna Delvey, an Instagram-legendary German heiress who stole the hearts of New York’s social scene—and their money.

So is Anna an audacious entrepreneur or a con artist? And who exactly is Anna Delvey?

Release: February 11

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4. Love and Leashes

Love and Leashes is breaking new ground for Korean dramas. The movie is about Ji-hoo, a man with a unique sexual taste and Ji-woo, a woman who finds out his secret.

What follows is a thrilling taste-respecting romance bound by a three-month contract.

Release: February 11

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5. Twenty Five Twenty One

Kim Tae-ri and Nam Joo-hyuk return to the small screen for this K-drama. Twenty Five Twenty One is set in a time when dreams seem out of reach.

A teen fencer with big ambitions meets a hard-working man who’s looking to rebuild their life. What will happen between the two?

Release: February 12

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6. Forecasting Love and Weather

The Son of Netflix, Song Kang and rom-com queen, Park Min-young team up for Forecasting Love and Weather. The romance drama takes place in a national weather service station in South Korea.

A forecaster who’s fed up with love swears never to be in a relationship again until she meets her free-spirited co-worker.

Release: February 12

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7. AI Love You

AI Love You sees the decade-long reunion of Thai stars, Mario Maurer and Baifern Pimchanok who captured the hearts of many as Nam and Shone in the 2010 hit movie, Crazy Little Thing Called Love.

Set in a futuristic world, Lana goes on a date with Bobby who seems uninterested in the first place. Lana’s AI, Dob—a building—confesses its love for her, as a result, becomes faulty and Bobby is tasked to reset it, only for Dob to take over Bobby’s body to pursue his love for Lana.

Release: February 15

8. Fistful of Vengeance

Fistful of Vengeance follows a super-powered assassin, Kai and his friends, Lu Xin and Tommy who are tracking a killer to avenge the death of a loved one.

But their hunt soon entangles them with old enemies, a mysterious billionaire and an ancient mystical force bent on taking over the world.

Release: February 17

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9. Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Leatherface is back after nearly 50 years of hiding and he’s set on terrorising a group of young friends who accidentally disrupt his shielded world in a remote Texas town.

The movie will feature Sally Hardesty, the lone survivor of the infamous 1973 massacre and she’s hellbent on seeking revenge.

Release: February 18

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10. One of Us is Lying

Based on the eponymous novel by Karen M. McManus, One of Us is Lying revolves around five high school students who enter detention. But one of them suddenly dies under suspicious circumstances leading to an investigation.

Both the killing and their secrets keep the students together as a cat-and-mouse murder mystery unfolds.

Release: February 18

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