The To All The Boys Saga Comes To An End This Week On Netflix

Farewell, Peter Kavinsky.


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iCarly: Seasons 1-2

This 2000s-era Nickelodeon sitcom starring Miranda Cosgrove has already reached classic status, and now you can catch the first two seasons on Netflix before the upcoming revival.

Coming Feb. 8


Crime Scene: The Vanishing At The Cecil Hotel

The mysterious 2013 disappearance of Elisa Lam from Los Angeles' Cecil Hotel is one of the most puzzling true crime cases ever, and this new docuseries offers the most in-depth examination of it yet.

Coming Feb. 10


Middle Of Nowhere

Ava DuVernay wrote, directed, and produced this acclaimed 2012 drama. It stars Emayatzy Corinealdi as a nurse who has put her life on hold while tending to her incarcerated husband. But things begin to change for her once a new man (David Oyelowo) enters her life.

Coming Feb. 11


Squared Love

In what looks like a Polish throwback to '90s rom-coms, a celebrity journalist with a history of womanizing changes his ways after meeting a woman who lives a double-life.

Coming Feb. 11


Buried By The Bernards

An eccentric but loving family operates a Memphis funeral home in this new reality series that manages to find comedy in the macabre.

Coming Feb. 12


Nadiya Bakes

Following last year's delightful Nadiya's Time to Eat, former Great British Baking Show winner Nadiya Hussain is back with another Netflix series. And this time, it's all about the baking.

Coming Feb. 12


To All The Boys: Always And Forever

The third and final installment in Netflix's blockbuster rom-com franchise takes place during senior year as Lara Jean (Lana Condor) debates her college future — and whether or not Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) will be a part of it.

Coming Feb. 12

Protagonist Pictures


Henry Golding stars in this drama about a Vietnamese-born British man who returns to his country of birth after three decades away. While there, he falls for an American man and reconnects with his roots.

Coming Feb. 13