It’s a brand-new month, which can only mean one thing for TV enthusiasts: a brand-new selection of programming to watch on Netflix. Yes, the online streaming service just announced the latest titles that will be available this month, and we're feeling pumped.
From some of our favorite throwback films to a serious selection of Netflix originals, we can’t wait to dive headfirst into all this TV-watching goodness. Here are 10 titles we’ll definitely be checking out. Happy binging!
'Better Call Saul': Season 1
If you couldn't get enough of Breaking Bad, you'll want to check out this prequel, which follows the fateful career of small-time criminal attorney Jimmy McGill, whose questionable choices eventually lead him to become Walter White's lawyer, Saul Goodman. (Available February 1)
'The Lizzie Borden Chronicles': Season 1
This Lifetime miniseries depicts the life of accused ax-murderer Lizzie Borden, in the years after she was exonerated in the killings of her father and stepmother. (Available February 1)
Get your dose of girl power with Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, and Lucy Liu in the reboot of the classic 1970s TV series. (Available February 1)
'Hannibal Buress: Comedy Camisado' (Netflix Original)
If you like stand-up, you'll definitely want to check this one out. Comedian Hannibal Buress addresses everything from hip-hop to steroid scandals and rock music to yoga pants. (Available February 5)
'Mad Men': Season 7, Part 2
Get back into all the drama at our favorite 1960s New York ad agency. (Available February 5)
'Love': Season 1 (Netflix Original)
'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny' (Netflix Original)
Netflix is bringing back the popular martial arts action flick Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon in a sequel where four Martial World heroes must keep the legendary Green Destiny sword from villainous Hades Dai. (Available February 26)
'Fuller House': Season 1
Our favorite family is BAAAACK, and we CAN'T wait. (Available February 26)
'Finding Vivian Maier'
A documentary on the late Vivian Maier, whose previously unknown collection of 100,000 photographs earned her a posthumous reputation as one the most accomplished street photographers. (Available February 27)