New on Netflix in February: Space Force season 2, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Vikings: Valhalla

Part 4 of the animated sitcom Disenchantment will also premiere on Netflix in February

New on Netflix in February: Space Force season 2, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Vikings: Valhalla 1

The complete list of fresh content coming to Netflix in February has been unveiled, and it includes a number of fan-favorite TV series that are returning to the streamer for new seasons.

Workplace comedy series Space Force is coming back to Netflix for its 10-episode season 2 on February 18th. In the sophomore run of the Steve Carrell and Greg Daniels-created series, General Naird (Carrell) and his dysfunctional yet endearing crew find themselves under a new administration and have four months to prove that Space Force is worth keeping around.

New on Netflix in February: Space Force season 2, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Vikings: Valhalla 2
(L to R) Steve Carell as General Mark Naird, Jimmy O. Yang as Dr. Chan Kaifang, Ben Schwartz as F. Tony Scarapiducci, Don Lake as Brad Gregory, John Malkovich as Dr. Adrian Mallory in season 2 episode 1 of Space Force

Animated sitcom Disenchantment is also set to return to the streaming service for its Part 4 on February 9th. The new batch of episodes of the Matt Groening-created series sees King Zøg, Queen Bean, Elfo, and Luci on personal journeys that will ultimately tie into the fate of the Dreamland kingdom. Separated at the end of Part 3, our heroes race to reunite in this sweeping 10-episode installment as they find themselves everywhere from the depths of Hell to the clouds of Heaven and everywhere in between, including Ogreland, Steamland, underwater, monasteries, insane asylums, the Enchanted Forest, the Dreamscape and more.

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 (L to R) John DiMaggio as King Zog, Abbi Jacobson as Bean and Nat Faxon as Elfo in Disenchantment Part 4

Superhero drama Raising Dion and romantic drama Sweet Magnolias are also coming back for their respective sophomore run on February 1st and February 4th, respectively.

True crime docuseries Catching Killers is also scheduled to return to Netflix for its season 2 on February 9th. In the new season, the detectives who captured the BTK Killer and other notoriously brutal murderers recount the brave actions and burdens behind their investigations.

Aside from the return of some of the most beloved Netflix original series, February will also mark the series premiere of some of the highly anticipated Netflix originals.

First on that list is Murderville. Dropping on the streamer on February 3rd, the murder-mystery series stars Will Arnett as Senior Detective Terry Seattle. As one of the hardworking detectives of the homicide division, Terry tries to solve a murder case with a celebrity guest star as his partner every episode. The catch is that each episode’s guest star doesn’t have a script to follow. Together, Detective Seattle and the guest star will have to improvise their way through the case… but it will be ultimately up to the celebrity guest alone to name the killer at the end of the episode. Based on the BBC Three television series Murder in Successville, the first season of Murderville will run for six seasons.

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Will Arnett as Terry Seattle in season 1, episode 3 of Murderville

Meanwhile, the limited series Inventing Anna will debut on Netflix on February 11th. Created by Shonda Rhimes, the new drama is based on a true story of a reporter who digs into how Anna Delvey convinced New York’s elite she was a German heiress.

Netflix also has a treat for Kanye West fans. Starting February 16th, the first part of jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy will be available to stream on the platform. Directed by Coodie & Chike, this intimate docuseries tells the life of West as a rapper, record producer, businessman, and fashion designer.

Animated comedy series The Cuphead Show! will then make its streaming premiere on February 18th. Based on the hit video game Cuphead, the show follows the misadventures of the impulsive Cuphead and his brother Mugman.

Lastly, the much-awaited historical drama Vikings: Valhalla will land on Netflix on February 25th. A sequel to the hit series Vikings, Vikings: Valhalla starts 100 years after the original series and will tell the tales of some of the best-known Norsemen in history: Leif Erikson, Freydís Eiríksdóttir, Harald Hardrada, and the Norman King William the Conqueror, a Viking descendant.

On the movie front, Texas Chainsaw Massacre will premiere on Netflix on February 18th. A direct sequel to the 1974 movie The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, the new movie sees the return of Leatherface after nearly 50 years of hiding. The cannibalistic and mentally unstable mass murderer terrorizes a group of idealistic young friends who accidentally disrupt his carefully shielded world in a remote Texas town.

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Elsie Fisher as Lila, Sarah Yarkin as Melody, Nell Hudson as Ruth and Jacob Latimore as Dante in Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Wu Assassins: Fistful of Vengeance, a follow-up movie to the first season of Netflix’s Wu Assassins, will arrive on the streamer on February 17th. Directed by Roel Reiné, the movie features a revenge mission that suddenly becomes a fight to save the world from an ancient threat when superpowered assassin Kai tracks a killer to Bangkok.

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Wu Assassins: Fistful of Vengeance cast

Netflix is also bringing Tyler Perry’s beloved character Madea out of retirement. Scheduled to premiere on February 25th, Tyler Perry’s A Madea Homecoming stars the titular gun-toting grandmother who will not put up with any nonsense as family drama erupts at her great-grandson’s college graduation celebration.

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Tyler Perry as Madea in Tyler Perry’s A Madea Homecoming

Tall Girl 2, a sequel to the 2019 Netflix original movie Tall Girl, will also be available to stream on the platform beginning February 11th.

Find out more series, films, documentaries, and specials coming to Netflix in February in the video below: