25 Comedies New To Streaming In February
It's hard to keep up with what shows are on which streaming network — especially since that often changes from month to month. And while there are plenty of grim prestige dramas to keep fans invested, there comes a time when you just want to sink into the couch and watch something funny. Fortunately, there are plenty of comedies new to streaming in February 2020 to keep audiences company until spring.
In between less comedic new releases like Who Killed Malcolm X? and Narcos: Mexico, audiences can cleanse their palate with Hulu's High Fidelity reboot, which stars Zoë Kravitz (her mother, Lisa Bonet, played one of John Cusack's love interests in the 2000 film adaptation). Or after watching Netflix's new fantasy series Locke & Key, try unwinding with the Police Academy or National Lampoon's Vacation franchises.
Toy Story 4 also comes to Disney+ this month, while sitcoms like Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Indebted, and Good Girls begin streaming on Hulu the day after they air on network TV. The fourth season of High Maintenance also begins airing in February — not to mention Pete Davidson debuts his new Netflix special, Alive from New York. And don't forget the To All the Boys I've Loved Before sequel, P.S. I Still Love You, which follows the second book in Jenny Han's YA trilogy.
So no matter which streaming platforms you're subscribed to, there's something on this list for just about everyone.