From the highly anticipated “Malcolm & Marie” starring John David Washington and Zendaya to the documentary about Pelé. Check out February’s Netflix must-sees.
Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready: Following the success of the first season, which also managed to nab an Emmy nomination, the irreverent Tiffany Haddish returns to introduce us to six of her favorite comedians.
The second season of Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready is available starting Tuesday, February 2.
Firely Lane: Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke star in this new Netflix original series based on the bestselling novel by Kristin Hannah. The series tells the story of Tully and Kate’s friendship from their teens to their 40s.
Firely Lane is available starting Wednesday, February 3.
The Last Paradiso: Film written, produced and starring Riccardo Scamarcio that tells a true story related to our country. We are in the mid-50s, in a small town in Puglia, where Ciccio, a farmer of 40 years, tries to fight against those who exploit the weakest, as cumpà Schettino (Antonio Gerardi). To complicate things there is the clandestine love story between Ciccio and the daughter of his rival.
The Last Paradiso is available from Friday, February 5.
Malcolm & Marie: Since it was announced, it is certainly one of the most anticipated films of this year, thanks to the two protagonists: Zendaya and John David Washington, who in the last two years have exploded, entering by right among the big stars of Hollywood. The plot of the film directed by Sam Levinson reveals When filmmaker Malcolm and his girlfriend Marie return home from a movie premiere and await his film’s critical response, the evening takes a turn as revelations about their relationship surface, testing the couple’s love.
Malcolm & Marie is available starting Friday, February 5.
Little Big Women: Bittersweet drama from Taiwanese director Joseph Hsu. Shoying, an elderly woman, on the day of her 70th birthday learns that her husband, long gone, is dead. She will also discover that next to him for all that time there has been another woman.
Their meeting will turn into a wake during which all the family’s unresolved problems will emerge.
Little Big Women is available starting Friday, February 5.
Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel: Joe Berlinger, creator of “The Ted Bundy Tapes” returns with a docuseries whose first season is dedicated to the infamous Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles and, in particular, the disappearance of Elisa Lam. If you are a lover of psychological thrillers, this is one of those stories that you can not miss.
Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel is available now on Wednesday, February 10.
To All The Boys: Always and Forever: We return for the third time – after To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You – to follow the adventures of the couple formed by Lara Jean and Peter. In this third film, the two young teens will be grappling with their first important choices and with enrolling in college, something that may force them to separate. What will life be like after graduation?
To All The Boys: Always and Forever is available starting Friday, February 12.
Pelé: It seems Netflix doesn’t want to stop retracing the stories and lives of great athletes who changed the world of sports. This time, the focus of the screen is Pelé and the extraordinary 12-year period in which the footballer, the only one to have won three world championships, went from being considered a soccer superstar in 1958 to a true savior in 1970, a turbulent era of great changes in the history of Brazil.
Pelé is available from Tuesday, February 23.