Netflix has always had something new for us to enjoy ourselves with. Be it for series or movies, it will always have something worthy to watch which make the monthly subscriptions worth every penny.
February is already on the doorsteps and one of the biggest festivals in the world will be celebrated which is Chinese New Year. There is an array of different genres will be available for you to embrace the Oriental essence inside you.
Both versions of Meteor Garden are available on Netflix alongside with the classic Kung Fu Hustle and the evergreen Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny. On February 11, Kung Fu Yoga and Railroad Tigers will be available for streaming and Classmate Minus on February 20.
Also coming in February are new series and movies regardless if it’s Netflix Originals or not. As for the series, Space Sweepers, a show which we have talked about before in our previous article also will be available on Netflix on February 5.
Other than shows for you to binge, there are also some Netflix original movies for you indulge in during this festival season.The Netflix original, To All The Boys series is also screening the final installment of the adaptation with To All The Boys: Always and Forever starting on February 12.
If you would like to have some Asian spices in your watchlist, do not forget to catch on the classic retelling of Layla Majnun, starring Acha Septriasa and Reza Rahadian. For the action and thriller lovers, Korean action-packed Sisyphus and Vincenzo will be on stream starting on February 17 and 20 respectively.
Other movies that should be honoured on this list is Mary, Queen of Scots which will be on stream starting on V-Day, February 14 and superhero movie, Aquaman on February 21. For kids, joy never ends with Hook, starting on February 1 and Kid Cosmic among others starting on February 2.
Check out the Netflix Media Center for more updates.