Struggling to find something worthy to watch right now and wondering what is new on Netflix Australia? You’re not the only one. For our sanity, at least, we’ve been praying that Netflix Australia continues to deliver the streaming goods come February 2022 for our cheeky lunch hour dabbles in yet another binge-worthy series.
Here are all the new movies and TV shows on Netflix Australia coming this February as we roll into the new year. Keep scrolling for our top picks of the month as well as the release schedule of all the content new to Netflix over the next few weeks.
What’s Coming To Netflix Australia In February 2022?
Netflix Original Series
- The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition (01/02/2022)
- Raising Dion Season 2 (01/02/2022)
- Dark Desire Season 2 (02/02/2022)
- Murderville (03/02/2022)
- Finding Ola (03/02/2022)
- Sweet Magnolias Season 2 (04/02/2022)
- Love is Blind Japan (weekly from 08/02/2022)
- Indeias a Venda (09/02/2022)
- Disenchantment: Part 4 (09/02/2022)
- Until Life Do Us Part (10/02/2022)
- Love is Blind Season 2 (weekly from 11/02/2022)
- Inventing Anna (11/02/2022)
- Toy Boy Season 2 (11/02/2022)
- Forecasting Love and Weather (12/02/2022)
- Twenty Five Twenty One (12/02/2022)
- Devotion, a Story of Love and Desire (14/02/2022)
- Fishbowl Wives (14/02/2022)
- Thirty-Nine (16/02/2022)
- Swap Shop Season 2 (16/02/2022)
- Young Wallander: Killer’s Shadow (17/02/2022)
- Space Force Season 2 (18/02/2022)
- Cat Burglar (22/02/2022)
- Back to 15 (25/02/2022)
- Merli, Sapere Aude (25/02/2022)
- Vikings: Valhalla (25/02/2022)
- Business Proposal (Coming Soon)
- Love, Life & Everything in Between (Coming Soon)
- Juvenile Justice (Coming Soon)
- My Best Friend Anne Frank (Mijn beste vriendin Anne Frank) (01/02/2022)
- Through My Window (04/02/2022)
- Looop Lapeta (04/02/2022)
- The Privilege (09/02/2022)
- Into the Wind (10/02/2022)
- Love Tatics (Ask Taktikleri) (11/02/2022)
- Anna and Leashes (11/02/2022)
- Anne+:The Film (11/02/2022)
- Tall Girl 2 (11/02/2022)
- Bigbug (11/02/2022)
- Erax (17/02/2022)
- Heart Shot (17/02/2022)
- Forgive Us Our Trespasses (17/02/2022)
- Fistful of Vengeance (17/02/2022)
- Rabbids Invasion Special: Mission to Mars (18/02/2022)
- Texas Chainsaw Massacre (18/02/2022)
- Don’t Kill Me (20/02/2022)
- UFO (23/02/2022)
- Tyler Perry’s A Madea Homecoming (25/02/2022)
- Restless (25/02/2022)
- My Wonderful Life (28/02/2022)
Netflix Comedy Specials
- Ms. Pat: Ya’ll Wanna Hear Something Crazy? (08/02/2022)
- Only Jokes Allowed (09/02/2022)
- Mo Gilligan: There’s Mo to Life (17/02/2022)
Netflix Original Documentaries
- The Tinder Swindler (02/02/2022)
- MeatEater Season 10, Part 2 (02/02/2022)
- Catching Killers Season 2 (09/02/2022)
- jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy (weekly from 16/02/2022)
- Downhall: The Case Against Boeing (18/02/2022)
- Race: Bubba Wallace (22/02/2022)
- Gabby’s Dollhouse Season 4 (01/02/2022)
- Kid Cosmic Season 3 (03/02/2022)
- Ridley Jones Season 3 (15/02/2022)
- Secrets of Summer (16/02/2022)
- The Cuphead Show! (18/02/2022)
- Karma’s World Music Videos (24/02/2022)
- Child of Kamiari Month (08/02/2022)
- Dungeon Dwarves (Coming Soon)
All Other TV & Movies Coming To Netflix (Licensed Content)
- Red Dog: True Blue (01/02/2022)
- Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging (01/02/2022)
- June Again (04/02/2022)
- Jindabyne (04/02/2022)
- Why Are You Like This Season 1 (16/02/2022)
What’s Good On Netflix Australia In Netflix For February 2022?
jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy
Bound to be the most discussed and divisive docuseries of the year, jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy will take an incredibly close, and most likely uncomfortable, look at ‘Ye, the artist family known as Kanye West. More than 20 years in the making, with Clarence “Coodie” Simmons and Chike Ozah following Kanye around since the early days – early as in Beanie Sigel’s ‘The Truth’, Go Getters, The Blueprint early – the three-part documentary will be stitched with previously unreleased footage of the artist who grew from a small time Chicago producer who desperately wanted to be a rapper, to one of the most influential and acclaimed figures in modern popular culture. Netflix will take a staggered approach with this Kanye documentary, milking it across a few weeks.
With History’s Vikings putting the cap on six successful seasons, show creator Michael Hirst and new showrunner Jeb Stuart will follow the bloodthirsty epic with a Netflix spin-off. That’s Vikings: Valhalla, set over one hundred years after the original series, and setting sights squarely on the Kingdom of England and its push back against a brutal takeover by Leif Eriksson and his fellow raiders.
Space Force: Season 2
Aside from the Kanye documentary and the Vikings spin-off, there really isn’t much to get excited about when it comes to what’s new on Netflix in February 2022. Typically Netflix Australia would have at least a few good new shows to watch, but there’s not really any to speak of that’s new next month. That should be fine though; unless you clocked it out in one sitting, you’ve still got a few episodes of Ozark season 4a to get through. And if you are, for whatever reason, a fan of Space Force, that middling Steve Carrell workplace comedy trying hard to keep The Office vibes alive, then you’ve got season 2 too look forward to.
Netflix hasn’t released the trailer for Space Force’s second season yet, so take a look at season 1 above.
How Are Things Looking For Netflix Australia In February 2022?
Aside from a nice nod to horror fans with a new remake of Texas Chainsaw Massacre, there really is nothing of note when looking through the list of new movies coming to Netflix Australia. The premiere we’re most excited about is the Kanye documentary, and the Vikings spin-off should be a satisfying entry for those who like medieval, Game of Thrones style TV.
There really isn’t much else. This isn’t a good look for Netflix after a strong start to the year, which was mainly thanks to Ozark and The Sinner. Of course, that matters less if you’ve already got plenty to watch on the streaming service, but if you’re after something new then hopefully March brings some better content.
That should be more than enough to complement existing content and keep justifying that subscription fee. Or your mate’s subscription fee.
Head over to netflix.com to get stuck into your favourite movies and TV shows this February.
Trying to decide what other streaming services to add to your monthly subscription? Check out our deep dive into the best streaming services in Australia.