Netflix: New movies and shows in February 2023

Netflix: New movies and shows in February 2023

By julianapardogonzalez

Welcome to a new installment, after a month in which we were able to see highly anticipated titles such as The Academy Crimes, we want to tell you about the Netflix premieres throughout the month of February 2023. In the coming weeks, the platform will release new productions that, as always, will leave us glued to the seat for hours and hours. So, please take note about these new Netflix movie and series premieres in February 2023

Netflix Originals 

Feb. 2: Freeridge Season 1 

Four teenagers try to reverse a curse after a peculiar antique box brings all sorts of misfortunes into their lives. 

Feb. 2: Make My Day Season 1 

In this epic sci-fi survival series by Yasuo Ohtagaki, humans and a mysterious life form clash on an icy planet. 

Feb. 3: Class Season 1 

Three students from a poor neighborhood enter a very exclusive school in Delhi, where dark secrets and rumors lead to a murder. 

Feb. 3: Infiesto 

Spain, March 2020. On the first day of the state of emergency, two police inspectors are called to a small mining town in the Asturian mountains where a young woman who had been presumed dead for months has turned up. As the world crumbles and personal tragedies strike everywhere, the detectives soon realize that the virus may not be the only dark force at work. 

Feb. 3: Stromboli 

Sara, a recently divorced Dutch woman, has decided to sign up for a retreat on the Italian volcanic island of Stromboli, but is confronted with the painful past she has been trying to hide. 

Feb. 3: True Spirit 

The Australian film is based on the incredible story of 16-year-old Jessica Watson, who in 2010 became the youngest person in history to sail solo around the world, without stops or assistance. Jessica achieved the impossible and stayed at sea for 210 days, crossing some of the world’s most dangerous straits and surviving seven collisions. 

Feb. 3: Vikingulven 

Seventeen-year-old Thale has just moved in with her parents in a small town after her mother got a new job with the local police. After a student is brutally murdered at a party Thale is attending, she becomes a key witness. Was the killer an animal? A wolf? 

Feb. 10: Your Place or Mine 

Debbie and Peter are best friends despite being so different: she longs for routine with her son in Los Angeles, while he enjoys the changes in New York. But when they swap homes (and lives) for a week, they discover that what they want may not be what they really need. 

Feb. 17: Unlocked 

When she returns home from work, Na-mi loses her cell phone, and with it all her personal data. Jun-yeong finds Na-mi’s phone and returns it to her… after installing a spyware program on it. In this way, Jun-yeong learns all the girl’s private life such as her location, hobbies, tastes, work life, financial status and social networks and gets close to her while hiding his real identity.  

Meanwhile, police officer Ji-man finds clues pointing to his son, Jun-yeong, at the scene of a murder and decides to investigate, fearing the worst. 

Others releases on Netflix in February 

Aggretsuko Season 5 

Fed up with her thankless office job, the red panda Retsuko vents the anger she accumulates during the day by singing death metal at the top of her lungs in a karaoke bar. 


It is a 2018 Icelandic survival film. The film stars Mads Mikkelsen as a man lost in the Arctic who struggles to be rescued.  

The film premiered at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival and opens in theaters on February 1, 2019. 

Gunther’s Millions 

The strangest thing about this story is not that a dog inherited a large fortune. Billionaire George VI lives in luxury: he travels on private jets, dines on steaks cooked with gold and surrounds himself with a glamorous entourage of attractive models and showbiz people. Legend has it that Gunther’s great-grandfather was owned by a mysterious countess, whose son died in tragic circumstances. Having no more heirs, the duchess bequeathed her considerable fortune to the dog she loved so dearly, leaving him in the care of Maurizio Mian, a close friend of her son, heir to a pharmaceutical company and aspiring theatrical promoter. 

Over the past 30 years, Mian has built up an entire emporium in the name of his canine boss, ranging from the acquisition of luxury real estate to questionable social experiments and one of the biggest tax fraud scandals of all time.  

In this four-part investigative docuseries, the executive producers scour the world for answers, gain access to previously unpublished archival footage and record highly personal interviews with Mian and those in Gunther’s circle. 

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