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February 2022 is in full swing, many Netflix series are popping up. Here are 5 Netflix series that you must watch this February or you can add them to your next watch list.
Developed by: Krister Johnson
Cast: Will Arnett, Haneefah Wood, Lilan Bowden, Phillip Smithey
Imagine you're on stage with no idea what you're doing or what lines you're supposed to speak. Murderville is following in the footsteps of Christopher Durang's drama The Actor's Nightmare. Arnett plays Terry Seattle, a detective who is going through a divorce while attempting to solve a crime. With a different celebrity guest star each week to help them solve the murder, the visitors must use only their wits to solve these mysteries. This six-episode season stars Ken Jeong, Conan O'Brien, Annie Murphy, Kumail Nanjiani, Sharon Stone, and Marshawn Lynch.
2. All Of Us Are Dead
Developed by: Lee Jae-kyoo & Chun Sung-il
Cast: Park Ji-hu, Yoon Chan-young, Cho Yi-hyun, Lomon, Yoo In-soo, Lee Yoo-mi, Kim Byung-chul, Lee Kyu-hyung, Jeon Bae-soo
This lethal coming-of-age zombie drama, which follows a group of students as they seek to engineer an escape from their high school – which has become ground zero for a zombie virus outbreak – is the latest hit South Korean series to debut on Netflix.
There are lots of thrills and chills throughout the 12 episodes, as well as plenty of emotional moments owing to some superb character work. It's not for the faint of heart, as there's plenty of blood and gore on display throughout, but if you can stomach the gore, this should be another wildly compelling series.
Netflix's weekly rankings of the most popular movies and TV series are updated every Tuesday. The rankings are based on the number of hours spent watching throughout the previous week. After only ten days on Netflix, "All of Us Are Dead" has climbed to sixth place among non-English-language shows.
3. Ozark (Season 4)
Developed by: Bill Dubuque
Cast: Jason Bateman, Julia Garner, Laura Linney, Felix Solis, Alfonso Herrera, Sofia Hublitz, Skylar Gaertner, Jessica Frances Dukes, Charlie Tahan, Damian Young, Adam Rothenberg, Lisa Emery, Janet McTeer, Jordana Spiro
The story follows Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) and his family as they face challenges after teaming up with a Mexican drug cartel. Marty and Wendy wash cartel lawyer Helen's intestines from their clothes in a frightening moment in Season 4, which takes up where Season 3 left off. Navarro gives them another horrible duty not long after, but will the Byrde family fail this time and wind up in body bags?
With even the tiniest misstep threatening to wipe out the entire Byrde family, this riveting series will keep you captivated, so check out Ozark season 4 on Netflix — if nothing else, you'll be treated to outstanding performances from Bateman and Linney.
4. Rising Dion (Season 2)
Developed by: Carol Barbee
Cast: Ja’Siah Young, Gavin Munn, Jason Ritter, Alisha Wainwright, Sammi Haney, Jazmyn Simon, Rome Flynn, Ali Ahn
After a three-year hiatus, the Netflix original blockbuster sci-fi show is back for its sophomore season. Dion is a 7-year-old with superpowers who acquired them from his father (Michael B. Jordan), who died under unknown circumstances. Dion is adjusting to a new school as well as his newfound telekinesis. His abilities include teleportation and healing at the end of the season. Dion has found new acquaintances, each with their unique set of superpowers. However, as we've seen in a number of superhero films and television shows, individuals who appear to be your friends may turn out to be the very people you should be scared of.
5. Sweet Magnolias (Season 2)
Developed by: Sheryl J. Anderson
Cast: JoAnna Garcia Swisher, Brooke Elliott, Heather Headley, Logan Allen, Judge Carson Rowland
The Magnolias have returned after a two-year hiatus. This is the story of three childhood best friends who keep together as adulthood gets wacky in their small town of Serenity, South Carolina. Maggie (Garcia) is adjusting to her new life as a single mother while dealing with the fallout from her family's scandal. Helen (Headley) had to make some difficult choices in order to do what was best for her, even if it meant breaking her heart once more.
Sweet Magnolias has fallen to third place, having been surpassed by Inventing Anna, which has risen to first place, and the second season of Love is Blind, which has debuted five new episodes with more to come next Friday, as is typical of Netflix's reality programming, which is less formatted for bingeing than scripted productions.
Writer: Steven Alexander