New on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon – Movies, TV shows and exclusives coming to various streaming providers this month.

  • From classic movies to original series, these are the new, notable titles coming to popular streaming services.

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  • Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Nora Ephron’s homage to “Pride and Prejudice” heads to Hulu for romantic comedy fans to stream.

    Credit: Warner Home Video

  • Before its long-awaited sequel premieres on Amazon Prime on March 5, fans can revisit this comedy classic starring Eddie Murphy as an African prince seeking a wife in New York City.

    Credit: Paramount Home Video

  • You don’t need to be a savvy computer hacker to be able to watch “The Matrix” trilogy on HBO Max.

    Credit: Warner Home Video

  • David O. Russell brings together a star-studded cast for this crime comedy, with performances from Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper, Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, and Jennifer Lawrence.

    Credit: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

  • A recent college graduate (Dustin Hoffman) finds himself in a love triangle with an older woman and her daughter in a movie the American Film Institute ranks as one of the greatest American films.

    Credit: The Criterion Collection

  • If you’re in the mood for a mind-bending thriller, Christopher Nolan’s “Inception” heads back to Netflix on the first of the month.

    Credit: Warner Home Video

  • Julia Roberts finds love, and really delicious pizza, during a journey of self discovery in “Eat Pray Love.”

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  • This coming-of-age flick follows a group of Texas teens on their last day of school in 1976. The ensemble cast includes Ben Affleck, Matthew McConaughey and Milla Jovovich.

    Credit: Universal Pictures Home Entertainment

  • Tiffany Haddish introduces six of her favorite stand-up comedians to the Netflix audience when “They Ready” returns.

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  • From the creator of “The Powerpuff Girls:” A boy’s superhero dreams come true in this animated family series launching into orbit on Netflix this month.

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  • Beginning Feb. 3, Hulu and Peacock subscribers can binge-watch all 11 seasons of the Emmy-winning ABC series.

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  • Based on the novel by Kristin Hannah, “Firefly Lane” follows two best friends (Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke) over the course of their 30-year friendship.

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  • New episodes of the mysterious Marvel series “WandaVision” premiere every Friday this month on Disney+.

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  • Jason Momoa (“Game of Thrones”) is the heir to an underwater kingdom in this DC Comics superhero flick featuring Amber Heard, Nicole Kidman, and Willem Dafoe.

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  • Owen Wilson falls for a mysterious woman (Salma Hayek) who believes the world around them is a computer simulation in this new Amazon original film.

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  • The beloved beagle is back to tackle all-new adventures in this animated series from Apple TV+.

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  • A filmmaker (John David Washington) and his girlfriend (Zendaya) get real about their relationship in this black-and-white romantic drama from Netflix.

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  • Women reclaim their bodies with the help of a powerful pole dancing program in this Netflix documentary.

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  • Bill Pullman and Matt Bomer star in the third season of USA Network’s anthology crime series, which is available for Netflix binging on Feb. 6. 

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  • Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs face off against Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the biggest NFL game of the year. Viewers can watch it live on CBS and CBS All Access.

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  • A former CIA operative (Queen Latifah) uses her skills to help those with nowhere else to turn in this new drama premiering Feb. 7 on CBS and CBS All Access.

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  • If you’re in the mood for Nickelodeon nostalgia, catch up with Jennette McCurdy and the crew by revisiting the first two seasons of “iCarly.”

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  • Everyday Americans test their mental and physical toughness in this CBS reality competition series hosted by Phil Keoghan (“The Amazing Race”).

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  • This chilling true crime documentary explores the notorious Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles and the strange happenings within it.

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  • This chilling CBS drama, also available on the CBS All Access streaming service, follows FBI agent Clarice Starling one year after the events of “The Silence of the Lambs.”

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  • The third and final installment in Netflix’s teen romance film series focuses on Lara Jean as she considers her college plans and her future with Peter.

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  • “The Great British Baking Show” winner Nadiya Hussain crafts indulgent desserts in this comforting cooking series.

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  • An FBI informant infiltrates the Black Panther Party in “Judas and the Black Messiah,” premiering Feb. 12 in theaters and on HBO Max.

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  • Two teens are stuck in a time warp in this Amazon original young-adult romance.

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  • The stars of Netflix’s new reality series are the big-hearted Bernard family and their business, an unorthodox, budget-friendly funeral home.

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  • Keep abreast of the latest current events when comedian John Oliver’s weekly late-night show returns to HBO and HBO Max with a new season.

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  • Couples from TLC’s reality TV franchise compete by proving who knows the most about their partner in this Discovery+ special. The new streamer will also debut “90 Day Fiancé: Lovers Collection” on Valentine’s Day.

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  • “King of Queens” star Kevin James has a new sitcom racing onto Netflix this month, centering around a NASCAR crew looking to level up their operation.

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  • Guillermo del Toro’s Academy Award winner for Best Picture centers around a mute woman who falls for an amphibious creature.

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  • The penultimate season of E!’s long-running reality series heads to Hulu in February.

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  • The iconic video game character faces off against an evil genius (played by Jim Carrey) in this family-friendly flick.

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  • Three siblings set out to change the fate of Europe in this science fiction teen show set in 2074.

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  • The second season of this out-of-this-world space drama from Apple TV+ picks up in the height of the Cold War.

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  • Catch up with Kermit, Miss Piggy, and the gang when all five seasons of “The Muppet Show” make their Disney+ debut this month.

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  • Van-dwelling nomads, living on tightened budgets after the Great Recession, are the focus on this drama featuring Frances McDormand.

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  • Based on the Newbery Award-winning book, Disney+’s new comedy-adventure film follows a girl who rescues a squirrel with superpowers.

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  • Families can host a double feature at home when “Cheaper by the Dozen,” and its silly sequel, make their way to Disney+.

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  • A court-appointed legal guardian steals from her clients in this new Netflix original with a recognizable cast, including Rosamund Pike, Peter Dinklage, and Dianne Wiest.

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  • Ben Affleck’s Oscar winner for Best Picture centers around a CIA agent who goes undercover as a Hollywood producer to rescue Americans during the Iran hostage crisis.

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  • All 10 episodes of the “Punky Brewster” revival series, featuring original cast members Soleil Moon Frye and Cherie Johnson, are available to binge on Peacock beginning Feb. 25.

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  • In this one-hour special on Discovery+, the rapper and actor seeks to sharpen his culinary skills with the help of James Beard Award-nominated Chef Meherwan Irani.

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  • Director Lee Daniels is at the helm of Hulu’s Billie Holiday biopic starring Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Andra Day in her first major film role.

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  • This Apple original documentary delves into the Grammy winner’s journey to superstardom.

    Credit: Apple TV+

  • Premiering Feb. 26 in theaters and on HBO Max, “Tom & Jerry” reignites the rivalry between two animated adversaries.

    Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures

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