Netflix movies and TV shows being added in February 2020, from Narcos and Lady Bird to a new Pokemon film

All the titles to add to your streaming list

Jacob Stolworthy
Friday 31 January 2020 13:54 GMT
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With the arrival of February comes another busy month for Netflix.

Numerous films and TV shows are being released over the next 28 days, including the penultimate season of Better Call Saul, the sequel to rom-com To All the Boys I Loved Before and new teen horror series Locke & Key.

Fans of Narcos: Mexico and Altered Carbon will be excited to learn that both shows are set to debut new seasons, while the addition of Studio Ghibli films to the streaming service begins on 1 February with My Neighbour Totoro. The entire library will be added over the coming months.

Find a list of all the originals, plus some licensed content, that will be added to Netflix in February.

Note that several films will be added that are yet to be announced, so check back here for an updated list throughout the month to ensure everything is on your radar.


1 February


Kiki's Delivery Service

Laputa Castle in the Sky

My Neighbour Totoro

Ocean Waves

Only Yesterday

Porco Rosso


Tales from Earthsea

2 February

Lady Bird

7 February

Horse Girl


11 February

Road to Roma

12 February


To All the Boys: PS I Still Love You

14 February

Isi & Ossi

21 February

The Last Thing He Wanted

26 February

MewTwo Strikes Back: Evolution

28 February

All the Bright Places

TV shows

6 February

Cagaster of an Insect Cage

7 February

Locke & Key

My Holo Love

The Pharmacist

11 February

Captain Underpants Epic Choice-o-Rama

13 February

Love Is Blind

14 February

Narcos: Mexico season two

17 February

The Expanding Universe of Ashley Garcia

20 February


21 February



Glitch Techs

Puerta 7

24 February

Better Call Saul season 5

26 February

I Am Not Okay With This

27 February

Altered Carbon


28 February

F1: Drive to Survive season 2

Queen Sono


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