Netflix is adding two popular movie franchises and a lot of other new content to its library next month.
Starting on February 1st, all 4 installments of the Jaws film series will be available to stream on Netflix. The streaming giant will also drop the first three movies of the American Pie franchise on the same date.
Expanding its list of critically acclaimed movies, Netflix will also launch the Oscar-nominated rom-com drama About a Boy as well as the Golden Globe-nominated coming-of-age film The Edge of Seventeen on February 1st. On the same day, the streaming service will release Final Destination and Hostel for avid horror fans.
To celebrate Valentine’s Day, Netflix will introduce its first original dating show on February 14th. Aptly titled Dating Around, the new series follows a single person going on five first dates in each episode. In addition to Dating Around, a bunch of other original series will premiere on Netflix in February. These include superhero mystery The Umbrella Academy (February 15th), comedy Russian Doll (February 1st), and cooking show ¡Nailed It! México (February 8th).
Next month will also see the return of several Netflix series, including Bordertown: Season 2 (February 2nd), One Day at a Time: Season 3 (February 8th), The Break: Season 2 (February 9th), and Rebellion: Season 2 (February 22nd). The sophomore run of animated shows The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants (February 8th) and The Dragon Prince (February 15th) will also debut in the love month.
Netflix also has a long list of original films coming out in February. Included in that lists are Mark Duplass and Ray Romano’s Paddleton (February 22nd), Priyanka Chopra-produced Indian movie Firebrand (February 22nd), Steven Soderbergh sports drama High Flying Bird (February 8th), and horror thriller Velvet Buzzsaw (February 1st), starring Jake Gyllenhaal in the lead role.
Meanwhile, the following are some of the big titles that will be leaving Netflix in February: Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (February 1st), Queer as Folk Seasons 1-4 and Queer as Folk: The Final Season (February 1st), Shaun of the Dead (February 1st) and Sing (February 3rd).