What’s Coming to Netflix Canada in February 2020?

Coming to Netflix Canada in February 2020

It’s the end of the first month of 2020 and Netflix is wrapping up a couple of shows. But more importantly, there is a lot coming to Netflix Canada in February 2020 including the Netflix Original documentary: Who Killed Malcolm X, Altered Carbon: Season 2 and Land Before Time!  Even though Canada has a lot of things to do, watching Netflix has its own charm.

Must Watch on Netflix Canada In February 2020: 

Horse Girl

Horse Girl is coming Feb 7th. The plot features a psychological thriller about an introverted young woman who finds herself experiencing some very strange things, unless she isn’t experiencing any of them, which would be even scarier! The Little Hours, director Jeff Baena and actor Alison Brie reunited to co-write the script with producers Jay and Mark Duplass (The One I Love, Safety Not Guaranteed). The supporting cast includes Molly Shannon, Paul Reiser, Matthew Gray Gubler, Robin Tunney, Dylan Gelula, and Toby Huss. 

Locke & Key

Coming out Feb 7th, Locke and Key is a heavily buzzed adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s comics series. It is shot right here in Toronto, Canada and developed by Carlton Cuse of Lost and Meredith Averill of The Haunting Of Hill House. The cast includes Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones and Jackson Robert Scott as Tyler, Kinsey and Bode Locke, three young siblings who discover their late father’s spooky old family home is filled with keys that possess supernatural properties.  

To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You

Coming to Netflix Canada in Feb 12th, get ready to watch To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, just before Valentines day. 

In the first of two sequels to To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before (based, as before, on Jenny Han’s novels), Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter (Noah Centineo) move past their fake romance to get real this time. But this relationship is immediately threatened by the arrival of John Ambrose (Jordan William Fisher), who received one of Lara Jean’s letters and tries to mess with Centineo’s love life. 

I Am Not Okay With This

This one is based on Charles Forsman’s teen-rage graphic novels and coming to Netflix Canada on Feb 26th. Netflix teamed up with viral hit The End Of The F***ing World show’s producer, Jonathan Entwhistle, Stranger Things producers Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen. I Am Not Okay With This follows the premise of an angry misfit (Sophia Lillis, who played the young Bev in It) whose anger with the people around her is starting to display itself as violent bursts of supernatural psychokinetic energy.

Better Call Saul: Season 4

Breaking Bad fans should mark Feb 9th for the 4th season of Better Call Saul. 

Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould took a year off to make the El Camino movie with Aaron Paul, which was amazing. This run of episodes moves Bob Odenkirk’s Jimmy McGill slowly but inevitably towards the dark side of the law, which can only destroy his relationship with good-hearted Kim Wexler (the remarkable Rhea Seehorn), while Mike Ehrmentraut (Jonathan Banks) hitches his wagon irrevocably to the criminal enterprise of one Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito). 

All The Bright Places

On February 28th, get ready for Jennifer Niven’s breakthrough 2015 young adult novel All The Bright Places. It deals head-on with serious issues like mental illness and survivor’s guilt. The plot follows the story of two teens, Violet (Elle Fanning) and Theodore (Justice Smith). They meet when they’re both planning to jump off a bridge to commit suicide; instead, they become friends and eventually lovers. Heartwarming.


This Feb 21st, get ready for the bilingual, Latino comedy: Gentefied. This show will hit home for anyone whose local mom-and-pop shop has been threatened by a condo development, rising rents or Instagram trends. The plot is about a Mexican family and their taco joint in L.A. in a changing neighbourhood facing cultural appropriation and a smarmy Wilmer Valderrama (hey Fes fans!) who plays their landlord. The show is named after the term used in the Boyle Heights neighbourhood of Los Angeles. Gentefied is used to describe such old-school latino businesses exploiting gentrification to their advantage. Gentefied is a classic family sitcom: It pokes  fun at the parents, there is a comical miscommunication between older and younger generations and digs at Whole Foods.

A Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon

Aardman Animations’ endlessly charming stop-motion TV series has taken 5 years to venture onto the big screen in a glorious, near-silent farce and now, Shaun and company are launched into action and new journeys when an alien crash-lands on Mossy Bottom Farm. If something is a hit in the UK, what else is there left to say? Keep a look out for this on 14th Feb.

Tom Papa: You’re Doing Great!

Coming to Netflix on 4th Feb, Papa is a genial host of the hit Sirius Radio show Come To Papa and a first-rate stand-up! Watch as it comes out  in his latest special, which gets laughs from climate change, work, living in New Jersey. Through the perspective of the Garden State native this show is a must watch. 


Coming to Netflix on 27th Feb with the cult following for the Netflix Japanese series Terrace House, this Tokyo-set drama series could catch on. It’s directed by Mika Ninagawa and follows the lives of several young, attractive women, including a famous and successful fashion photographer and an aspiring actor. Ninagawa is also a photographer whose works are brightly coloured, so expect a rich, vivid visual palette for the series.

Love Is Blind

When it comes to love, do looks really matter?

Coming to Netflix on the 13th of February, this show makes us question whether love is blind or not. This show comes from the makers of Married At First Sight. The premise follows people over a whirlwind three weeks, singles will chat with a bunch of potential partners in the hopes of finding a future husband or wife. But here’s the catch: they can only see what their fiance looks like when it’s time to propose. 

Even though the producers will pair up some scandalous couples in reality, all the participants are conventionally attractive. Now this show it not as binge worthy and addicting as the other dating reality tv show on Netflix: Dating Around which is heartwarming. But February comes along once and the days are shorter so give this one a try as it’s going to be fun. 

Crazy, Stupid, Love.

The Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers feels coming off Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone’s pair-ups originated in Crazy, Stupid, Love. The delightful screwball throwback finds Gosling showing off his comedic chops in a playboy role. Plus Gosling steals the show when he 

plays dating zen master to Steve Carrell’s middle-aged soon-to-be divorcee. This Is Us creator Dan Fogelman throws in amusing relationship mix-ups and his trademark serendipitous twists, but minus the self-serious air of his movie Life Itself. Don’t miss this out on February 1st. 

Gone With The Wind

Gone With The Wind is a controversial blockbuster classic that peddles heinous stereotypes, expresses a fondness for slaves who knew their role and romanticizes the Old South at every turn. Coming to Netflix Canada on Feb 1st, watch the movie that got Hattie McDaniel the first Black Oscar winner for playing a mammy. Ignoring the movie would be like trying to bury Hollywood’s racist history, while simultaneously denying yourself the epic four-hour romance’s emotional sweep and the glorious chemistry between Clarke Gable and Vivien Leigh.

8 Mile

Coming to Netflix on 5th, 8th Mile gives us all the feels. The movie’s appeal is as undeniable as Eminem’s skill. The rapper plays a fictional version of himself in a look back at his grind before he met Dr. Dre. The late director Curtis Hanson fleshes out the environment – the working-class routines and hostilities between turfs and races – that informed Eminem’s unique brand. He also puts on a show-stopping, rap-battle climax that you’ll want to put on repeat. Will the real underdog please stand up? 

TV shows coming to Netflix Canada in February 2020: 

February 1

Amit Tandon: Family Tandoncies

Taj Mahal 1989

Saint Seiya (season 6)

February 3

Team Kaylie: Part 3

February 4

Tom Papa: You’re Doing Great!

February 5

The Pharmacist

February 6

Cagaster Of An Insect Cage

The Flash (season 6, episode 10)

February 7

Dragons: Rescue Riders (season 2)

Locke & Key

My Holo Love

Who Killed Malcolm X?

February 9

Better Call Saul (season 4)

Captain Underpants Epic Choice-o-Rama

February 13

The Flash (season 6, episode 11)

Love Is Blind

Narcos: Mexico (season 2)

February 14

Cable Girls: Final Season

February 17

The Expanding Universe Of Ashley Garcia

February 19

Chef Show (volume 3)

Vikings (season 3)

February 20

The Flash (season 6, episode 12)


February 21


Glitch Techs

Puerta 7

February 26

I Am Not Okay With This

February 27

Altered Carbon (season 2)

The Flash (season 6, episode 13)


Happy! (season 2)

February 28

Babylon Berlin (season 3)

Formula 1: Drive To Survive (season 2)

Jeopardy!: Celebrate Alex Collection

Jeopardy!: Cindy Stowell Collection

Jeopardy!: Seth Wilson Collection

Queen Sono

Restaurants On The Edge


Movies coming to Netflix Canada in February: 

February 1


Crazy, Stupid, Love.

Darkest Hour


Gone With The Wind


Nights In Rodanthe

P.S. I Love You

Red Sparrow

The Adventures Of Tintin

Wedding Crashers

You’ve Got Mail

February 3


February 5

8 Mile

Along Came Polly

Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason

La boda de la abuela

The Land Before Time

Public Enemies

February 7

Horse Girl

February 8

The Coldest Game

February 9


February 11

Camino A Roma

February 12

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi

To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You

February 13

Dragon Quest Your Story

February 14

Isi & Ossi

A Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon

February 21


System Crasher

February 26


February 27

Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back – Evolution

February 28

All The Bright Places

La trinchera infinita

Leaving Netflix by February:

The Mindy Project: Seasons 1-6 (February 1)

Mean Girls (February 14)

Bates Motel: Season 1–5 (February 19)

Blade Runner 2049 (February 25)

Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (February 28)

Now you know exactly what you’re going to be doing during the gloomy month of February. 

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