6 best Netflix shows to watch (and 3 to skip) in February 2022

Sweet Magnolias. Joanna Garcia Swisher as Maddie Townsend in episode 207 of Sweet Magnolias. Cr. Richard Ducree/Netflix © 2021
Sweet Magnolias. Joanna Garcia Swisher as Maddie Townsend in episode 207 of Sweet Magnolias. Cr. Richard Ducree/Netflix © 2021 /

One month into 2022, a few new hit Netflix shows have already been anointed. Of course, Ozark returned to huge buzz with the first half of its final season, but Archive 81 and The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window proved big hits with fans.

The second month of the year would be expected to be filled to the brim with romance titles thanks to Valentine’s Day arriving on Feb. 14. However, there’s something for everyone to watch in February 2022, including a little romance care of Sweet Magnolias.

Whether you’re still making your way through last month’s offerings or waiting on new Netflix shows to hit your watch list, there’s plenty to watch and skip this month.

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Sweet Magnolias. (L to R) Heather Headley as Helen Decatur, Joanna Garcia Swisher as Maddie Townsend, Brooke Elliott as Dana Sue Sullivan in episode 201 of Sweet Magnolias. Cr. Richard Ducree/Netflix © 2021 /

Best Netflix shows February 2022

February 2022 brings quite the diverse lineup of new series to watch based on genre. There’s romance, animation, docuseries, reality, and so much more to watch from every Netflix flavor. Check out the full list here, and let’s start below with Sweet Magnolias season 2.

Sweet Magnolias season 2

Watch! The Sweet Magnolias are back for another round of margaritas and drama in the second season of the hit romantic drama series on Feb. 4. Picking up in the aftermath of the shocking season 1 cliffhanger, Sweet Magnolias season 2 answers all of our questions and gets back to the cozy feel-good stories we need right about now.

Disenchantment part 4

Skip! The Netflix original adult animated series returns for the remainder of its second season, technically dubbed “part 4,” on Feb. 9. Disenchantment comes from Matt Groening, the creator of The Simpsons and Futurama, but the series hasn’t quite taken off like those animated sitcoms or Netflix’s other originals. Skip this one unless you’re already a huge fan.

Raising Dion season 2

Watch! Talk about a long time coming… Raising Dion first premiered on Netflix in October 2019, and fans have been waiting over two years for the follow up season. Finally, Raising Dion season 2 returns with more superhero, coming-of-age fun that fans new and old won’t want to miss on the first of the month!

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Inventing Anna. Julia Garner as Anna Delvery in episode 102 of Inventing Anna. Cr. David Giesbrecht/Netflix © 2021 /

Inventing Anna

Watch! If you love Emmy-winner Julia Garner as Ruth in Ozark, you must, must, MUST watch her next incredible performance in the Netflix original miniseries Inventing Anna on Feb. 11. From Grey’s Anatomy creator and Bridgerton executive producer Shonda Rhimes, Inventing Anna stars Garner as conwoman Anna Delvey, and it’s going to be a wild ride.

Space Force season 2

Skip! The Office creator Greg Daniels and star Steve Carell reteamed for the spoof workplace comedy Space Force, which premiered on Netflix in May 2020. Although it’s not the biggest hit, Space Force season 2 premieres on Feb. 18, and if you’re not already a fan, don’t consider this required viewing.

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Vikings: Valhalla. (L to R) Sam Corlett as Leif in episode 101 of Vikings: Valhalla. Cr. Bernard Walsh/Netflix © 2021 /

Vikings: Valhalla

Watch! Although it won’t be every Netflix fan’s cup of tea, Vikings: Valhalla is primed to be one of the biggest new releases of February. A sequel to History’s hit series Vikings, the new series takes place a century after the original and will bring all the same action and adventure. Good news: Season 2 has already wrapped filming! Check out season 1 on Feb. 25.

RACE: Bubba Wallace

Watch! There are so many Netflix documentaries and docuseries coming out each month that it’s hard to figure out which ones are worth watching and which ones should be skipped. RACE: Bubba Wallace is a definite watch, as it centers on the only full-time NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace and the fallout he faced when he spoke out about racial injustice in the sport. Watch the six-part series on Feb. 22.

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Murderville. Will Arnett as Terry Seattle of Murderville. Cr. Lara Solanki/Netflix © 2022 /


Skip! There are some new shows coming in February that have the potential to be huge hits, and Murderville doesn’t seem to be one of them. Will Arnett stars in the murder mystery comedy with a revolving door of celebrities playing themselves. Murderville will either land its big joke or make very little sense. Skip it unless you’re on board with some easy laughs.

Love is Blind season 2

Watch! After multiple seasons of The Circle and Too Hot to Handle, Netflix’s other popular reality series returns for its second season. Nick and Vanessa Lachey are back as hosts for the speed-dating reality series, which was also renewed for a third season. Don’t miss a single minute of Love is Blind season 2 when it starts streaming on Feb. 11.

What Netflix shows will you be watching and skipping in February 2022? Share your picks in the comments!

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