What’s new on Netflix Canada in February 2023

Highlights include Your Place or Mine, Perfect Match, season four of You, We Have a Ghost, and Gunther's Millions

In the Netflix romantic comedy film "Your Place or Mine", Ashton Kutcher and Reese Witherspoon star as two polar-opposite best friends living in different cities who swap houses for a week and get a peek into each other's lives. It premieres on Netflix on Friday, February 10th. (Photo: Netflix)
In the Netflix romantic comedy film "Your Place or Mine", Ashton Kutcher and Reese Witherspoon star as two polar-opposite best friends living in different cities who swap houses for a week and get a peek into each other's lives. It premieres on Netflix on Friday, February 10th. (Photo: Netflix)

Every month, kawarthaNOW is the only local media source to bring you a list of what’s coming to Netflix Canada. Here are a few highlights of what’s coming to Netflix in February.

February’s the month of love, and Netflix is turning up the heat with a slew of romance-related movies and series, including the romantic comedy film Your Place or Mine starring Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher as Debbie and Peter, best friends who are total opposites.

Debbie craves routine with her son in Los Angeles, and Peter thrives on change in New York City. When they swap houses for a week, they get a peek into each other’s lives and discover what they think they want might not be what they really need. Your Place or Mine premieres on Netflix on Friday, February 10th.

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There’s also the new Netflix reality series Perfect Match, a strategic and seductive dating competition where couples who prove their compatibility gain the power to make or break other matches. The series features a roster of contestants and fan favourites from previous Netflix series including Love Is Blind and Too Hot to Handle. It debuts on Valentine’s Day (Tuesday, February 14) with new episodes weekly.

Turning from love to obsession, the Netflix psychological thriller series You returns for the first part of its fourth season on Thursday, February 9th. Starting anew in London, Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) vows to bury the past and be his best self. But on the rocky road to redemption, a new obsession starts to take hold.

In the Netflix family comedy adventure We Have a Ghost, a family moves into a new home and discovers it’s haunted by a ghost they name Ernest (David Harbour of Stranger Things), who is unable to speak or remember his old life. The family and Ernest become overnight social media sensations but, after they begin digging into the mystery of Ernest’s past, they become the targets of a shadowy government agency. Also starring Anthony Mackie and Jennifer Coolidge, the film premieres on Netflix on Friday, February 24th.

VIDEO: “Your Place or Mine” trailer

VIDEO: “You” season four trailer

VIDEO: “Gunther’s Millions” trailer

The Netflix documentary Gunther’s Millions tells the story of the world’s richest dog, Gunther VI. When German Countess Karlotta Leibenstein died in 1992, she left her entire $80 million fortune to her beloved German shepherd Gunther III (Gunther VI’s grandfather). Three decades later, Gunther VI’s vast empire is worth $400 million and spans two continents, including luxurious mansions, a glamorous entourage, and even a pop music group.

Debuting on Netflix on Wednesday, February 1st, this four-part investigative documentary series crisscrosses the globe to explore how the dog has amassed his riches and what the humans who run the canine’s estate have done with the cash — including family friend Maurizio Mian, an Italian celebrity known for tenuous ties to the mafia and his cult-like entourage.

Theatrically released films debuting on Netflix in February include All My Life, Blow, Blue Valentine, Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous, Mystic River, Spawn, and The Wedding Planner (all on Feb. 1), The Spectacular Now (Feb. 5), Medieval (Feb. 7), Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Love Actually (Feb. 10), The Mummy and The Purge (Feb. 17), I Care a Lot (Feb. 19), Rocketman (Feb. 20), Altar Boy (Feb. 21), French Exit and Our Friend (Feb. 26), and The Net (Feb. 28).

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VIDEO: New to Netflix Canada in February 2023

Here’s the complete list of everything coming to Netflix Canada in February, along with what’s leaving. Note: if you’re a fan of Heartland, Kim’s Convenience, Murdoch Mysteries, Schitt’s Creek, or The Great Canadian Baking Show, you’d better binge in February because all seasons for these shows are leaving Netflix at the end of the month.


Wednesday, February 1

  • Gunther’s Millions (Netflix documentary) – A dog with a trust fund isn’t the strangest part of this story. Gunther’s eccentric handler also lived a luxe life — with a cult-like entourage.
  • All My Life
  • American Assassin
  • Blow
  • Blue Valentine
  • Closer
  • Crazy, Stupid, Love.
  • Fury
  • Girls5eva: Season 1
  • John Q
  • Legend
  • Legion
  • Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous
  • Mystic River
  • Resident Evil: Retribution
  • Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
  • Spawn
  • The Wedding Planner
  • Vacation


Thursday, February 2

  • Freeridge (Netflix series) – Four teen friends work to reverse a curse after a peculiar old box seems to bring misfortune — and more — into their lives.


Friday, February 3

  • Class (Netflix series) – Three students from a poor neighbourhood join an exclusive high school for Delhi elite where dark secrets and rumours ultimately lead to murder.
  • Infiesto (Netflix film) – As the coronavirus upends their lives, two detectives doggedly pursue those responsible for an abduction they realize is part of a sinister pattern.
  • Stromboli (Netflix film) – Haunted by memories of her broken marriage and a fight with her daughter, a woman joins an intense self-help retreat when her vacation goes awry.
  • True Spirit (Netflix film) – When Jessica Watson sets out to be the youngest person to sail solo, non-stop and unassisted around the world, she must overcome her greatest fear as she navigates the world’s most challenging stretches of ocean. Based on a true story.
  • Viking Wolf (Netflix film) – After witnessing a grotesque murder at a party in her new town, a teenager starts having strange visions and bizarre desires.


Sunday, February 5

  • The Spectacular Now


Monday, February 6

  • Outlander: Season 6
  • Vinland Saga: Season 2


Tuesday, February 7

  • Medieval


Wednesday, February 8

  • Bill Russell: Legend (Netflix documentary) – Featuring an interview with Bill Russell prior to his passing in 2022, Bill Russell: Legend is the definitive telling of the remarkable life and legacy of an NBA superstar and civil rights icon.
  • The Exchange (Netflix series) – Inspired by real events, two women set out to pioneer the cutthroat stock market of 1980s Kuwait — and disrupt its corrupt boys club along the way.


Thursday, February 9

  • The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem (Netflix series) – In 1919 Jerusalem, housecleaner Rosa weds a shopkeeper who loves another woman, a choice that impacts her dynamic with eldest daughter Luna for decades.
  • Dear David (Netflix film) – A straight-A high schooler’s life is turned upside down when her risqué fantasy blog about her crush is leaked to everyone at school.
  • My Dad the Bounty Hunter (Netflix family) – An intergalactic bounty hunter takes dad duty to new extremes when his two kids accidentally hitch a ride with him to outer space and crash his mission.
  • You: Season 4: Part 1 (Netflix series) – Starting anew in London, Joe vows to bury the past and be his best self. But on the rocky road to redemption, a new obsession starts to take hold.


Friday, February 10

  • 10 Days of a Good Man (Netflix film) – A lawyer turned private investigator takes on a missing person case, propelling him on an unexpected and life-altering quest.
  • Forgetting Sarah Marshall
  • Love Actually
  • Love is Blind: After the Altar Season 3 (Netflix series) – Check in with this season’s former fiancés, one year since their big decisions to get married or walk away single.
  • Love to Hate You (Netflix series) – For an attorney who despises losing to men and an A-list actor who distrusts women, love means nothing — until they’re forced to date each other.
  • Your Place or Mine (Netflix film) – When best friends and total opposites Debbie and Peter swap homes for a week, they get a peek into each other’s lives that could open the door to love.
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Monday, February 13

  • Squared Love All Over Again (Netflix film) – A celebrity journalist and a down-to-earth teacher find their relationship in rocky waters when a job gets in the way of their new life together.
  • Vinland Saga: Season 2 (new episodes)


Tuesday, February 14

  • All the Places (Netflix film) – Two siblings who haven’t seen each other in 15 years mend their relationship while fulfilling a childhood dream: a motorcycle road trip through Mexico.
  • A Sunday Affair (Netflix film) – Lifelong best friends Uche and Toyin fall for the same complicated man, which tests their loyalty to each other as they face a heartbreaking revelation.
  • In Love All Over Again (Netflix series) – Ever since they met, Irene and Julio have been falling in love, splitting up, and then trying again. Will they ever find their happy ending?
  • Jim Jefferies: High n’ Dry (Netflix comedy) – Jim Jefferies is back for his fifth Netflix comedy special, High n’ Dry and no topic is off limits. The comedian muses on stoned koalas, his dad’s vasectomy confusion, choosing between his hair and his sex drive and more.
  • Perfect Match (Netflix series) – Couples who prove their compatibility gain the power to make or break other matches in this strategic and seductive dating competition.
  • Re/Member (Netflix film) – Six high schoolers stuck in a murderous time loop must find the scattered remains of an unknown victim to break the curse and finally see another day.


Wednesday, February 15

  • #NoFilter (Netflix series) – Bored with her studies, Marcely drops out of college to chase a new goal in life: becoming an influencer. But life online is harder than it looks…
  • African Queens: Njinga (Netflix documentary) – From Executive Producer Jada Pinkett Smith comes a new documentary series exploring the lives of prominent and iconic African Queens. The first season will cover the life of Njinga, the complex, captivating, and fearless 17th century warrior queen of Ndongo and Matamba, in modern day Angola. The nation’s first female ruler, Njinga earned a reputation for her blend of political and diplomatic skill with military prowess and became an icon of resistance.
  • CoComelon: Season 7
  • Eva Lasting (Netflix series) – A mysterious teen girl arrives at an all-boys school in 1970s Colombia, breaking stereotypes, rules… and a few hearts.
  • Full Swing (Netflix documentary) – This immersive documentary series follows a diverse group of professional golfers on and off the course across a relentless season of competition.
  • Hubert & Fanny: Season 1
  • The Law According to Lidia Poët (Netflix series) – Forbidden from practising law, a woman prepares to fight the court’s decision. Inspired by the true story of Lidia Poët, Italy’s first female lawyer.
  • The Mummy
  • The Purge
  • Red Rose (Netflix series) – A ragtag crew of teens must survive a summer of terror after downloading an app that makes dangerous demands with deadly consequences.


Thursday, February 16

  • The Upshaws: Part 3 (Netflix series) – Still striving for success and surviving every mess, the Upshaws face a series of obstacles that put their resilience — and relationships — to the test.


Friday, February 17

  • A Girl and an Astronaut (Netflix series) – An astronaut’s return after a 30-year disappearance rekindles a lost love and sparks interest from a corporation determined to learn why he hasn’t aged.
  • Community Squad (Netflix series) – A ragtag civilian patrol squad created to improve the image of the police force faces unexpected danger after stumbling on a drug trafficking operation.
  • Ganglands: Season 2 (Netflix series) – Mehdi, Liana, and Tony find their plans to leave Belgium thwarted by the arrival of a new enemy — one that forces them to ally with former foes.
  • Unlocked (Netflix film) – A woman’s life is turned upside-down when a dangerous man gets a hold of her lost cell phone and uses it to track her every move.
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Sunday, February 19

  • I Care a Lot
  • Whindersson Nunes: Preaching to the Choir (Netflix comedy) – It’s the end of the world and he knows it. Whindersson Nunes reflects on current affairs, social media, religion and more in this stand-up special.


Monday, February 20

  • Rocketman
  • Vinland Saga: Season 2 (new episodes)


Tuesday, February 21

  • Altar Boy
  • Perfect Match (Netflix series, new episodes) – Couples who prove their compatibility gain the power to make or break other matches in this strategic and seductive dating competition.


Wednesday, February 22

  • Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal (Netflix documentary) – The Murdaughs were one of South Carolina’s most prominent families, but the death of teenager Mallory Beach in a drunken boating accident began the unravelling of their legacy. When Paul Murdaugh – the alleged driver of the boat – and his mother Maggie are found brutally murdered, a century of corruption, power, and cover-ups in the Low Country is brought to light. The three-part series will feature first-hand accounts from those on the boat that fateful night, many of whom have not spoken about the crash or double homicide of Maggie and Paul until now, including: Paul Murdaugh’s longtime girlfriend, Morgan Doughty; Mallory Beach’s childhood friends, Miley Altman and Connor Cook; Mallory’s boyfriend, Anthony Cook; and, several others.
  • The Strays (Netflix film) – A light-skinned Black woman’s meticulously crafted life of privilege starts to unravel when two strangers show up in her quaint suburban town.
  • Triptych (Netflix series) – After finding out she is one of three identical triplets, a relentless detective embarks on a perilous journey to uncover the truth about her past.


Thursday, February 23

  • Call Me Chihiro (Netflix film) – An unapologetic former sex worker starts working at a bento stand in a small seaside town, bringing comfort to the lonely souls who come her way.
  • Outer Banks: Season 3 (Netflix series) – New adventures take the Pogues to the Caribbean and far beyond as the friends are pulled into a dangerous rival’s hunt for a legendary lost city.
  • That Girl Lay Lay: Season 2 (Netflix family) – With her secret still under wraps, Lay Lay’s back with her bestie, Sadie, as the friends juggle app glitches, high school hijinks, life lessons and more.


Friday, February 24

  • Formula 1: Drive to Survive: Season 5 (Netflix documentary) – Drivers, managers and team owners live life in the fast lane — both on and off the track — during each cutthroat season of Formula 1 racing.
  • Oddballs: Season 2 (Netflix family) – James and his friends Max and Echo return for more soapbox rants, not-so-bright ideas and school shenanigans, bringing disaster back to Dirt, Arizona.
  • We Have a Ghost (Netflix film) – Finding a ghost named Ernest haunting their new home turns Kevin’s family into overnight social media sensations. But when Kevin and Ernest go rogue to investigate the mystery of Ernest’s past, they become a target of the CIA.
  • Who Were We Running From? (Netflix series) – Harbouring a painful past, a mother lives like a nameless fugitive with her daughter as they make hotels their home and see everyone else as a threat.


Sunday, February 26

  • French Exit
  • Our Friend


Monday, February 27

  • Vinland Saga: Season 2 (new episodes)


Tuesday, February 28

  • A Whole Lifetime with Jamie Demetriou (Netflix comedy) – A womb with a view. Awkward adulthood. The not-so-golden years. Journey through life’s stages with Jamie Demetriou in this musical sketch-comedy special.
  • The Net
  • Perfect Match (Netflix series, new episodes) – Couples who prove their compatibility gain the power to make or break other matches in this strategic and seductive dating competition.
  • Too Hot to Handle: Germany (Netflix series) – Ten gorgeous singles meet in a tropical paradise. Little do they know that to win the €200,000 prize, they’ll have to completely give up sex.


Leaving Netflix Canada in February

Sunday, February 12

  • Wonder Woman 1984

Monday, February 13

  • The Departed

Tuesday, February 14

  • Hereditary
  • New Amsterdam: Seasons 1-2

Tuesday, February 28

  • Heartland: Seasons 1-15
  • Kim’s Convenience: Seasons 1-5
  • Murdoch Mysteries: Seasons 1-15
  • Schitt’s Creek: Seasons 1-6
  • The Great Canadian Baking Show: Seasons 1-5
  • When Calls the Heart: Seasons 1-5


All titles and dates are subject to change.