‘Fuller House’ And More New to Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime In February 2016

Tomorrow is the first day of February, and while many people may be dreaming up a romantic evening with a special someone in two weeks, others are looking to either Netflix and chill or simply just Netflix and eat ice cream alone. Either way, here is your list of what is new to Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime in February 2016.


According to CNN, Full House reboot Fuller House will finally arrive in February after much anticipation over the last several months.

002 New to Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime In February 2016
The cast of "Full House" has re-assembled for "Fuller House," new to Netflix in February. (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

Here are the other new shows and classic movies coming to the service, according to CNN:

  • Armageddon starring Bruce Willis, Ben Affleck, and Billy Bob Thorton
  • Charlie’s Angels starring Lucy Lui, Cameron Diaz, and Drew Barrymore
  • Cruel Intentions starring Reese Witherspoon and Sarah Michelle Gellar
  • Full Metal Jacket
  • Hannibal Burres: Comedy Camisado stars Hannibal Burres, the comedian who started the Bill Cosby situation we find today after a comedy bit included Burres calling the Cosby Show star a “rapist;”
  • Mad Men Season 7 Part 2
  • Lila & Eve starring Jennifer Lopez and Viola Davis
  • Dope


New to Netflix is not the only way to find new shows. Hulu has long been the leader in television, with networks like FOX, NBC, and ABC sharing ownership of the service. But in the last year, the leader in television network streaming has dipped its toes into the movie waters and has landed some pretty great films. Mockingjay is one recent movie seen on the site’s web site, while other movies are expected this month. CNN reports Astro Boy is new to Hulu in February. The cartoon stars Charlize Theron, Freddie Highmore, and Nicholas Cage (because why would it not star Nicholas Cage?)

Tech Times has a breakdown of some of the new shows and movies coming to Hulu in February.

“Hulu is hooking us with new episodes of our favorite primetime series, including ABC’s Fresh off the Boat starting on Feb. 3, Fox’s Sleepy Hollow starting on Feb. 6 and ABC’s How to Get Away With Murder starting on Feb. 12.”

“Movies like Hannibal, Braveheart and An Officer and a Gentleman can be streamed starting the first of the month, along with Species and its two sequels, Zodiac, The Pink Panther and King Kong for those with the Showtime add-on.”

Amazon Prime

Perhaps the most talked about Amazon Studios-backed films in recent memory – Chi-raq – will make its debut on Amazon Prime in February after appearing in theaters for the last several weeks. While it has not been a large commercial success at the box office, director Spike Lee has been making appearances all over the media and has started a conversation about the violence plaguing the streets of Chicago, especially on the south side of the city. The film will appear on Amazon Prime by February 5, The Verge reports.

"Fuller House" And More New to Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime In February 2016
Actor George Willborn attended the New York premiere for "Chi-Raq," coming to Amazon Prime in February 2016. (Photo by Gary Gershoff/Getty Images)

The Verge has the complete list of movies and shows making their way to Amazon Prime in February:

  • A Better Life
  • Amy
  • Batman (1989)
  • Deliver Us From Evil
  • How To Steal a Million
  • Kings of Summer
  • Like Sunday, Like Rain
  • Lost in Translation
  • Men in Black
  • Night Watch
  • Nintendo Quest
  • The Fifth Element
  • The Fury
  • The Karate Kid (1984)
  • The Truth About Emanuel
  • To Be Or Not To Be
  • Twelve O’Clock High
  • Waking Ned Devine
  • Adaline
  • Myanmar: Bridges to Change
  • The Identity Theft Of Mitch Mustain
  • Talladega Nights: The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby
  • Fire City: End of Days
  • Ouija Exorcism
  • Solomon Kane
  • Love & Friendship
  • Digging for Fire
  • Inequality for All

What show or movie are you most excited for? What show would you like to see new to Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime? Tell us in the comments section below.

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