10 best shows coming to Netflix: February 2023

The month of February brings new animes, along with comedy series, thrillers, social dramas, and a pinch of romance to Netflix.

The second month of the year will see interesting additions to Netflix’s list of animes. Apart from that, there will be a number of shows depicting human bonds and love, be it romantic love or familial love.

February will also see the release of a new season of the popular series You. Additionally, there will be shows based on real-life events, such as a docuseries that will provide a detailed account of the Murdaugh murders.

Here are the 10 best shows coming to Netflix this February:

1. Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa

Cast: Shōta Aoi, Inori Minase, Minami Takayama, Wakana Yamazaki, Megumi Urawa, Kenichi Ogata, Rikiya Koyama

Beika Town, with its high crime rate, is not a safe town by any means, and the protagonist of the show comes to the town with the intent of murdering someone.

The protagonist is none other than the one who appears as the mystery culprit in Detective Conan, Culprit Hanzawa, a person Detective Conan considers indispensable.

Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa is a comedy anime, which is a spin-off spoof of Gosho Aoyama’s original manga ‘Detective Conan’.

Release date: 1 February

2. Make My Day

Cast: Masaomi Yamahashi, Ayahi Takagaki, Kazuhiro Yamaji, Akio Otsuka

Make My Day takes the audience to an ice-covered planet called Coldfoot. The planet seems peaceful and is rich in a valuable energy-rich ore known as the “sig”. However, there is a darker side to this beautiful planet.

Here, prisoners are forced to mine sig, which is a physically demanding task. After hearing the news of a mining accident, a young prison guard, Jim, comes across mysterious creatures attacking humans on the site.

It is a battle for survival; humans must fight or be destroyed by the mysterious creatures on the ice planet.

Release date: 2 February 

3. Freeridge

Cast: Keyla Monterroso Mejia, Bryana Salaz, Tenzing Norgay Trainor, Ciara Riley Wilson, Peggy Blow 

A spin-off of On My Block, Freeridge follows two siblings, Gloria and Ines, and their rivalry. Their friends, Demi and Cameron, are also a part of this group that promises loads of hilarious adventures to the audience.

When the teens accidentally get cursed, they face one misfortune after another. The group must put aside their differences and work together to get rid of the curse.

Release date: 2 February

4. The Exchange

Cast: Jasem Al-Nabhan, Faisal AlAmeri, Abdullah Bahman, Mona Hussain, Rawan Mahdi, Mohamed Mansour, Maryam Salih, Asmahan Tawfiq

Based on real-life events, The Exchange follows two women, Farida and Munira, who enter a corrupt and male-dominated space, the stock market, in 1980s Kuwait.

While no one wants to see these women succeed, they are determined to fight patriarchy head-on and make a name for themselves; these women are the “Wonders of The Exchange” after all.

Release date: 8 February

5. You season 4 part 1

Cast: Penn Badgley, Tati Gabrielle, Charlotte Ritchie, Lukas Gage, Ed Speleers

Netflix’s famous stalker is back! The fourth season of You has been divided into two parts. While the first part will release in February, the second part will be released a month later in March.

Joe is starting afresh in London as a professor, but it is never easy to leave behind one’s past or change oneself. He realizes that he has not changed as much as he thought when a new obsession starts dictating his actions.

Release date: 9 February

6. Love to Hate You

Cast: Kim Ok-vin, Teo Yoo, Kim Ji-hoon, Go Won-hee, Lee Joo-bin

A fearless attorney who hates losing to men meets a man who regards women with suspicion, resulting in a war between them. However, as their war progresses, they realize that they feel something more than hate for each other.

Love to Hate You is a war of sexes that eventually turns into love, but there is more to it; add the fake dating trope to the mix to create a perfect show for Valentine’s week.

Release date: 10 February

7. The Law According to Lidia Poët

Cast: Matilda De Angelis, Eduardo Scarpetta, Pier Luigi Pasino, Sinead Thornhill, Dario Aita, Sara Lazzaro

Inspired by the true story of Lidia Poët, the first female lawyer of Italy, The Law According to Lidia Poët takes the audience to the Turin of the 1800s.

When a court ruling prevents Lidia from practicing law because of her gender, she refuses to give up so easily and plans to get the court’s ruling overturned.

She ends up taking a job at her brother’s law firm. Lidia is not afraid to venture past the glittering Turin into an unfamiliar and dangerous world to find the truth that would help her assist her clients.

Release date: 15 February

8. The Upshaws part 3

Cast: Mike Epps, Kim Fields, Khali Spraggins, Journey Christine, Jermelle Simon, Diamond Lyons, Gabrielle Dennis, Wanda Sykes

The third part of The Upshaws will pick up where the last part ended; this part will see Bennie and Lucretia in prison. With her husband behind the bars, Regina will have to figure out a way to keep the family afloat.

The family will have to rely on each other in their good and bad times. There will be struggles in their personal as well as professional lives, but not without a dose of familial love and laughter.

Release date: 16 February

9. Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal

The Murdaughs, one of the most influential families in South Carolina, face increasing pressure after a boating accident that resulted in the death of Mallory Beach. A few years later, Paul Murdaugh, the one who was driving the boat, and his mother are found dead.

These deaths expose the greed of the family and unravel corruption spanning over a century in the Low Country. The docuseries features interviews and never-heard-before accounts of the boating accident and the two murders.

Release date: 22 February

10. Outer Banks season 3

Cast: Chase Stokes, Madelyn Cline, Madison Bailey, Jonathan Daviss, Rudy Pankow, Carlacia Grant, Charles Esten, Drew Starkey

After fleeing the Outer Banks, the Pogues find themselves on a desert island. What initially seems like a safe haven soon turns into a dangerous territory where no one can be trusted.

John B, Sarah, Kiara, Pope, JJ, and Cleo are back in the race for the treasure while running for their lives. They must stick together if they wish to make it out alive.

Release date: 23 February

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