The list of what TV shows and movies will be made available on major streaming services for February has been revealed. Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ and Paramount+ all have a ton of new content to hit their lineups over the next few weeks.
February may be a month featuring a lot of romance specials in time for Valentine’s Day, but also new and ongoing television series that you’re going to want to add to your watch list. Before adding what’s new, make sure to stream these titles before they go away! The Dark Knight trilogy and Inception leaves Hulu and HBO Max on Feb. 11. Fruitvale Station departs Hulu and HBO Max on Feb. 13, while The Hate U Give leaves Hulu on Feb. 14. On the 28th, Hulu will remove 28 Weeks Later, Buried, Chronicle, Epic Movie, Ever After: A Cinderella Story, The Da Vinci Code, The Happening, Liar, Liar, The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou, Never Back Down, Oculus, Rio and Wall Street. Netflix will remove Coach Carter, Scream 4, Shutter Island, Sorry to Bother You, and Walking Tall on Feb. 28. HBO Max will take off American History X, American Psycho, Atonement, Bringing Down the House, Coming to America, Contagion, Crash, Crazy Rich Asians, Crazy, Stupid, Love, Friends with Benefits, Friday, Gridiron Gang, Hairspray, I Am Legend, Magic Mike XXL, Meet Dave, Melancholia, Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge, Next Friday, Open Season 1 & 2, Pacific Rim, Rent, Stomp the Yard, The Butterfly Effect 1 & 2, The Craft, The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift, The Hangover Part II, The Haunting In Connecticut, The Lake House, The Uninvited, The Wedding Singer and When Harry Met Sally on Feb. 28.
You can check out the full streaming calendar for February below!