8 February, 2021
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New On Netflix Hong Kong: What To Watch In February

8 February, 2021
New On Netflix This March

Introducing the best of what’s new on Netflix Hong Kong this month!

Between cosy nights in and lazy homebound weekends, you’ll be needing a new Netflix binge or two to keep the boredom at bay. Luckily, there are plenty of new shows on Netflix Hong Kong to add to your watch list this February. From artsy romantic dramas and bubbly baking shows to twisted psychological thrillers, here’s this month’s lineup of new Netflix shows. Happy bingeing!

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New On Netflix Hong Kong In February 2021

New On Netflix March: Firefly Lane

Firefly Lane: Season 1

Now Airing
Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke play two inseparable best friends in Netflix’s new soapy drama Firefly Lane. Based on the best-selling novel by Kristin Hannah, comes this story of love, loss and an unlikely friendship, spanning three tumultuous decades of ups and downs.

Catch the trailer here.

Strip Down Rise Up

Now Airing
An intimate and emotional documentary from Academy-nominated director Michèle Ohayon (Colors Straight Up, Cristina) about a diverse and vibrant group of women who heal their personal traumas and body image issues through the art of pole dancing.

Catch the trailer here.

New On Netflix March: Malcolm & Marie

Malcolm & Marie

Now Airing
Beautifully shot in black and white, a film maker (John David Washington) and his girlfriend (Zendaya) return home from his movie premiere. As he awaits what’s sure to be imminent critical success, the evening suddenly takes a turn as revelations about their past relationships begin to surface and test the strength of their love in this achingly artistic romantic drama.

Catch the trailer here.

Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel

Airs On Netflix Hong Kong: Wednesday, 10 February
From housing serial killers to untimely deaths, the Cecil Hotel is known to many as LA’s deadliest hotel – and the notorious hotel grows in infamy when guest Elisa Lam mysteriously vanishes. From the Emmy Award-winning creator of The Ted Bundy Tapes, dive into the latest chapter in the Cecil’s dark history.

Catch the trailer here.

New On Netflix March: News of the World

News of the World

Airs On Netflix Hong Kong: Wednesday, 10 February
Tom Hanks plays a Civil War veteran who travels from town to town reading and sharing the news. When he comes across an orphaned girl (Helena Zengel), he undertakes a perilous journey across Texas to deliver the 10-year-old to her surviving family.

Catch the trailer here.

Nadiya Bakes: Season 1

Airs On Netflix Hong Kong: Friday, 12 February
From easy everyday treats to indulgent showstoppers, Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain invites us into her brightly coloured kitchen to teach us her best-kept baking secrets. Throughout the eight-part series, she will also be showcasing a handful of the bakers and pastry chefs she looks up to, who will be share some recipes of their own.

Catch the trailer here.

New On Netflix March: To All The Boys Always And Forever

To All The Boys: Always And Forever

Airs On Netflix Hong Kong: Friday, 12 February
The third and final chapter in the To All The Boys trilogy will arrive just in time for Valentine’s Day weekend! Lara Jean ponders life after graduation over spring break. After a trip to Korea with her sisters, she jumps into her senior year of high school – which means there’s prom to look forward to. But with the end of the year drawing closer comes the question of what going away to college would mean for her relationship with Peter.

Catch the trailer here.

Behind Her Eyes

Airs On Netflix Hong Kong: Wednesday, 17 February
A single mother (Simona Brown) enters a world of twisted mind games when she begins an affair with her psychiatrist boss (Tom Bateman), and things only get more peculiar when she befriends his wife (Eve Hewson). What starts as an unconventional love triangle soon escalates into a dark, psychological thriller in this suspenseful miniseries, based on Sarah Pinborough’s novel of the same name.

Catch the trailer here.

New On Netflix March: I Care a Lot

I Care a Lot

Airs On Netflix Hong Kong: Friday, 19 February
A court-appointed legal guardian (Rosamund Pike) makes a good living out of defrauding her older clients and trapping them under her care. But when her latest target (Dianne Wiest), a wealthy retiree with no living heirs or family, turns out to have some shady secrets of her own and connections to a powerful crime lord (Peter Dinklage), the situation spirals wildly out of control. In a fierce game of cat and mouse, who will come out on top?

Catch the trailer here.

Canine Intervention

Airs On Netflix Hong Kong: Wednesday, 24 February
Step aside Cesar Millan, there’s a new dog trainer in town. For Cali K9’s Jas Leverette, no breed or behaviour is unfixable. Using his unique training methods and techniques, Jas works with a variety of dogs and their owners to work through their issues, ultimately altering both their lives for the better.

Catch the trailer here.

New On Netflix Hong Kong In January 2021

Pieces of a Woman

Now Airing
Award-winning director Kornél Mundruczó (White God) and executive producer Martin Scorsese bring us this deeply personal and ultimately transcendent story of a woman (Vanessa Kirby) and her partner (Shia LeBeouf) grappling with grief after losing their child during a home birth.

Watch the trailer here.

The Minimalists: Less Is Now

Now Airing
If Marie Kondo-ing your life is on your list of goals to tackle this year, there’s no better time than now to start. Longtime friends Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus share the life-altering magic of minimalism, and how having less stuff can make room for the things that really matter.

Watch the trailer here.

Headspace Guide To Meditation: Season 1

Now Airing
Covering topics such as How To Deal With Stress, How To Be Kind and How To Achieve Your Limitless Potential, online healthcare company Headspace offers a calming, animated look at the benefits of meditation along with techniques and guided practices to help you get started.

Watch the trailer here.

The Netflix Afterparty

Now Airing
Hosts David Space, Fortune Feimster and London Hughes welcome guests from the newest and biggest Netflix titles (we’re talking The Queen’s Gambit, The Crown, Emily In Paris, to name but a few) for fun conversations, skits and more.

Watch the trailer here.

Outside The Wire

Now Airing
Set in the future, drone pilot Harp (Damson Idris) is sent into a deadly militarised zone where he must work with a top-secret android officer (Anthony Mackie) to locate a doomsday device and stop a nuclear attack.

Head here for the trailer.

The White Tiger

Now Airing
From acclaimed writer-director Ramin Bahrani (99 Homes, Chop Shop) comes this epic tale of a poor Indian driver (newcomer Adarsh Gourav) who uses his wit and hungry ambition to break free from the servitude of his rich masters (Rajkummar Rao and Priyanka Chopra Jonas) and rise to the top of the heap. The White Tiger is based on the New York Times bestseller of the same name, written by Aravind Adiga.

Catch the trailer here.

Penguin Bloom

Now Airing
Penguin Bloom tells the inspiring true story of Sam Bloom (Naomi Watts), a young mother who loses her ability to walk after a near-fatal accident. Her husband (Andrew Lincoln), three sons and mother are struggling to adjust to their new situation when an injured baby magpie – which they name Penguin – enters their lives and helps Sam regain the will to life.

Watch the trailer here.

THE DIG

Now Airing
A wealthy widow (Carey Mulligan) hires an amateur archaeologist (Ralph Fiennes) to excavate the burial grounds on her estate. When they uncover one of the most exciting discoveries in British archaeology, echoes of Britain’s past resonate in the face of its uncertain future as WWII looms.

Head here for the trailer.

All images courtesy of Netflix Hong Kong.

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