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New Netflix Originals to Watch this February for Romantic Stay-Home Dates

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| February 10, 2018

New Netflix Originals

to Watch this February

for Romantic Stay-Home Dates

By Therese Aseoche

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There’s nothing bad about choosing to stay at home and watch Netflix with your beau this Valentine’s Day instead of splurging on a fancy dinner. A day spent snuggled up in bed and eating fast food take-outs can be just as romantic as a night out. So peruse through this list of new Netflix Originals slated to come out this February and find the one (or two) you’ll be binge-watching on that cozy day in!

Altered Carbon

Both sci-fi fans? “Altered Carbon” will definitely excite you both for Valentine’s Date Night. In this series, technology has developed to the point that human minds can be digitized and downloaded from body to body. And when the wealthiest man on Earth had been murdered, he hires an ex-Envoy soldier to investigate his murder in exchange for the chance to live again.

Available on Netflix starting February 2.


The Cloverfield Paradox

The surprise debut of “The Cloverfield Paradox” after the Super Bowl has already created a buzz among film buffs and fans of science fiction and the extra-terrestrial. It shines a spotlight on an international space crew who seek to acquire a much-needed energy to feed a starving planet on the brink of war but whose plans are thwarted by a looming threat.

Available on Netflix starting February 4.


Everything Sucks!

If you two are a couple of 90s kids, you will not want to miss “Everything Sucks!” as soon as it comes out on Netflix mid-month. It sort of picked-and-chosen what had worked in “Stranger Things” — old pop culture references, a talented cast of pre-teens, and AV club nerds — and created this all-new masterpiece where AV and Drama Club high school misfits do their best to navigate adolescent life.

Available on Netflix starting February 16.


Irreplaceable You

Bring out the tissues before watching this. “Irreplaceable You” tackles the story of Abbie (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) who is expecting a child with her childhood sweetheart Sam (Michiel Huisman) with whom she is also to be wed, but is diagnosed with terminal cancer in a trip to the doctor instead. She then spends the rest of the film finding her fiancé a new lover with whom he can start life anew after she’s gone.

Available on Netflix starting February 16.