We see you those who are romantic at heart and can’t wait for next month with Valentine’s Day being a particular highlight for many or some (depending on which side of the fence you’re in) and you’ll be glad to know Netflix will also have you covered. The streaming channel has the perfect lineup of shows and films to keep you and your loved ones entertained all month long.
Gunther’s Millions tells the tale of Gunther’s eccentric, billionaire lifestyle as a dog, and is the perfect watch for documentary lovers. Season 3 of Love is Blind: After the Altar returns on the 10th of February to give us an update on the couples we grew to love and a glimpse of their lives after participating in the experiment.
Prefer watching Formula 1? Drive to Survive is back on the service on the 24th of February for its fifth heart-stopping season. The month ends on an exhilarating high note with the Pogue’s returning to our screens for Season 3 of Outer Banks on the 23th of February. Let’s see what else you can look forward to.
Gunther’s Millions – Netflix Documentary – 1/2/2023
A dog with a trust fund isn’t the strangest part of this story. Gunther’s eccentric handler also lived a luxe life — with a cult-like entourage.
You: Season 4 Part 1 – Netflix Series – 9/2/2023
Starting anew in London, Joe vows to bury the past and be his best self. But on the rocky road to redemption, a new obsession starts to take hold.
Love to Hate You – Netflix Series – 10/2/2023
For an attorney who despises losing to men and an A-list actor who distrusts women, love means nothing — until they’re forced to date each other.
Love is Blind: After the Altar Season 3 – Netflix Series – 10/2/2023
Check in with this season’s former fiancés, one year since their big decisions to get married or walk away single.
Outer Banks: Season 3 – Netflix Series – 23/2/2023
New adventures take the Pogues to the Caribbean and far beyond as the friends are pulled into a dangerous rival’s hunt for a legendary lost city.
Formula 1: Drive to Survive: Season 5 – Netflix Documentary – 24/2/2023
Drivers, managers and team owners live life in the fast lane — both on and off the track — during each cutthroat season of Formula 1 racing.
Surf’s Up: Wave Mania – 1/2/2023
Surfing legend Cody Maverick joins up with The Hang 5 team and journeys to a mysterious spot with the world’s biggest, most dangerous waves.
White Chicks – 1/2/2023
Two black FBI agents consigned to baby-sitting a pair of empty-headed socialites pose as the white party girls to flush out their would-be kidnappers.
Captain Phillips – 15/2/2023
Four Somali pirates hijack a cargo ship and hold the captain hostage, setting the stage for an explosive confrontation with the U.S. Navy.
Pitch Perfect – 16/2/2023
It’s a musical showdown when Beca joins The Bellas a cappella group and revamps their stodgy style to take on a men’s choir in a university competition.
Pitch Perfect 2 – 16/2/2023
In hopes of being the first Americans to win a global acappella competition, the Barden Bellas wage a note-for-note war with fierce European rivals.
Jurassic World – 16/2/2023
When a theme park’s newest and deadliest dinosaur gets loose, an animal behavior expert and an executive race to contain chaos across the island.
Pitch Perfect 3 – 16/2/2023
With their acappella days behind them, the Bellas reunite for one last showdown that puts their range – and friendship – to the ultimate test.
The Walking Dead: Season 11 – 20/2/2023 (Ep 9-16)
Check out the entire line up here and plan your (romantic) viewing schedule accordingly.
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