Looking for new content this week to watch on Netflix? Well, we have you covered. So as soon as you disable autoplay on Netflix, check out the latest movies, TV shows, and original programming headed to the streaming service below, along with a couple recommendations.
Coming to Netflix this week is Locke & Key. Based on the IDW comic series, the comic follows a family that moves into their ancestral home and find keys that hold mysterious powers. In his review of Locke & Key, GameSpot’s Mike Rougeau said, “If the Netflix version is your first introduction to Locke and Key and you don’t mind some cheesy writing, congratulations–you’ll probably enjoy the show just fine, without all the baggage of the high expectations that fans have been lugging around for the decade-plus since Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s masterful horror comics series debuted.” Locke & Key arrives on February 7.
Also arriving on Netflix on Friday is Horse Girl. Starring Alison Brie, the movie follows a young woman slowly losing her grip on reality. She begins seeing things, and she thinks she’s being visited by aliens as well. This first trailer for the move is incredibly bizarre, and you can check it out here.
Below, you’ll find everything coming to Netflix this week, and it’s mainly original series and movies arriving. For more on Netflix, check out everything coming in the month of February.
New to Netflix this week
Monday, February 3
- Team Kaylie: Part 3
Tuesday, February 4
- Faith, Hope & Love
- She Did That
- Tom Papa: You’re Doing Great!
Wednesday, February 5
- Black Hollywood: ‘They’ve Gotta Have Us’
- The Pharmacist
- Uppity: The Willy T. Ribbs Story
Thursday, February 6
- Cagaster of an Insect Cage
Friday, February 7
- The Ballad of Lefty Brown
- Dragons: Rescue Riders: Season 2
- Horse Girl
- Locke & Key
- My Holo Love
- Who Killed Malcolm X?
Saturday, February 8
- The Coldest Game
- Netflix's Locke And Key: The 19 Biggest Changes From The Comics
- Netflix's Locke And Key: 31 Comics And Horror Easter Eggs In Episode 1
- Finally, Netflix Has A Way To Stop That Pesky Autoplay
- Netflix's Locke And Key Review: Unlocking A Lighter Side Of The Horror Comic
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