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New Releases On Netflix Streaming In February 2015

Updated on January 21, 2015
Ellie Kemper will star in Netflix's new series, The Unbreakble Kimmy Schmidt
Ellie Kemper will star in Netflix's new series, The Unbreakble Kimmy Schmidt
5 stars for Netflix Streaming

Netflix adds new shows and movies to their line up each tuesday.

They do not publicize their releases until about 3 weeks out so this site will be updated accordingly as new information on new releases becomes available.

Check back as this site will be updated weekly starting in early January with the newest releases coming to the Netflix Streaming library for the month of February.

You May Have Missed: The Borgia

Borgia is a French-German-Czech-Italian historical drama television series created by Tom Fontana, best known as the creator of Oz and St. Elsewhere. The show recounts the Borgia family's rise to power and their ruthless rule of the Papal States during the Renaissance period.

Borgia consists of three seasons, totalling 38 episodes. The show covers a fascinating period in European history and is well acted and produced.

All 38 episodes are currently available on Netflix streaming.

New In February

  • Bleach the Movie: Hell Verse
  • Dark Ride
  • Departures: Season 12
  • Gimme Shelter
  • Gucci
  • Hot Pursuit
  • Houseboat
  • Into the Blue 2: The Reef
  • Joe (Netflix Pick of the Month)
  • King Arthur
  • Magic City: Season 12
  • MASH: Season 15
  • Naruto Shippuden
  • Now: In the Wings on a World Stage
  • Proof
  • Spartacus: Complete Series
  • The Brothers Bloom
  • We Could Be King
  • We’re No Angels
  • Zapped

Avail 2/5

  • The Little Rascals Save the Day

Avail 2/6

  • Ever After High
  • Danger 5

Avail 2/7

  • Dead Snow
  • Elsa & Fred

Avail 2/8

  • Blood Ties
  • Catch Hell

Avail 2/10

  • Dwight Howard: In the Moment – This profile of Dwight Howard follows the seven-time NBA allstar from his award winning high school days to his debut with the Houston Rockets.

Avail 2/11

  • Mr. Peabody & Sherman

Avail 2/12

  • Young Ones
  • The Two Faces of January
  • Scary Movie 5

Avail 2/13

  • Mako Mermaids: Season 2

Avail 2/16

  • Save the Date

Avail 2/17

  • The Overnighters

Avail 2/18

  • Earth to Echo
  • In Secret
  • The Fluffy Movie

Avail 2/19

  • White Bird in a Blizzard

Avail 2/20

  • Richie Rich: Season 1

Avail 2/21

  • RoboCop

Avail 2/24

  • Hawaii Five0: Season 14
  • 1,000 Times Good Night

Avail 2/26

  • Open Windows
  • Russell Brand: Messiah Complex

Avail 2/27

  • Ralphie May: Unruly
  • House of Cards: Season 3 – This Emmy winning original thriller series stars Kevin Spacey as ruthless, cunning Congressman Francis Underwood, who will stop at nothing to conquer the halls of power in Washington D.C. His secret weapon: his gorgeous, ambitious, and equally conniving wife Claire (Golden Globe winner Robin Wright).
  • Boys

Eleanor Wyld stars in Frequencies
Eleanor Wyld stars in Frequencies


Frequencies is a very low key but interesting science fiction movie. The story is quite original and the film is well made.

The concept is in a world like our but not quite ours people are judged by their frequencies. Some having high frequencies (good) while other have low frequencies (bad). More or less having a low frequency is akin to having really bad luck, basically the universe is aligned against you. On the other hand, having a high frequency ensures you never miss your train and a parking spot opens up right when you pull into the mall.

There are some other unique twists as the movie wraps up and it will hold your attention until the end.

Frequency is currently available to stream on Netlix.

House of Cards: Season 3 February 27th 2015

Pick of the Month: Joe

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Netflix Originals

Netflix has become known for their hit series, Orange is the New Black, House of Cards and Lillyhammer.

They also have had some moderate success with Derek and Peaky Blinders.

Netflix did have a rather large flop with Marco Polo but they should rebound with upcoming newly produced shows in the coming months.

Netflix set out to become the new HBO by producing must see shows and they are well on their way of accomplishing that goal.

It's worth the $10 subscription fee just to watch their self produced shows even before you factor in the thousands and thousands of movies and television shows they have available in their library in addition to those they produce.

Unbreakabe Kimmy Schmidt

Coming in March is a new Netflix series, the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

It was originally produced by Tina Fey for NBC but was bought out by Netflix. The series will consist of 13 episodes and is already slated for a second season, yet to be produced but in the works.

The show stars Jane Krakowski, of 30 Rock fame, as a wealthy Manhattanite who hires Kimmy as a nanny. The main character of Kimmy is played by Ellie Kemper, also from the former 30 Rock.

Tina Fey should have a bit more leeway with what she can do on Netflix as opposed to a major network show on NBC so look for the humor to be more cutting edge in the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

Amazon Prime

In addition to having a subscription to Netflix you may consider also getting an Amazon Prime membership or at least signing up for the free one month trial.

Like Netflix, Amazon produces some of it's own content that can't be seen anywhere else.

Two of the better shows currently on Amazon Prime are two seasons of Alpha House starrring, John Goodman and Transparent which critics site as one of the best new shows of the year.

Amazon also has a vast library of movies and shows available to stream on their Prime subscription package. And the best part of having an Amazon Prime memberships is that it enttitles you to free shipping on your Amazon purchases. If you do a lot of shoppoing on the Amazon site throughout the year already then an amazon Prime subscription pretty much pays for it's self.

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