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The 7 Best New TV Shows on Netflix in February 2024

New year, new Netflix binges.

It’s no secret February isn’t always the most exciting month for new TV to watch, but happily, Netflix still has fans covered with some fun programs to check out that aren’t the Super Bowl (February 11, streaming on Paramount+). Perhaps most excitingly, Netflix is putting its own spin on live events when it streams the Screen Actors Guild Awards later this month, marking the first time Netflix dips its toes into Hollywood award shows. How that program differs from years past is anyone’s guess, but here’s hoping they have some fun with the ability to shake things up. (No time limit for speeches!? A host-free evening!?)

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If that’s not your cup of tea, Netflix will debut highly anticipated new adaptations of “One Day” and “Avatar: The Last Airbender” as well as plenty of stand-up comedy specials, returning favorites like “The Vince Staples Show,” and even out-of-left-field comebacks like the first eight seasons of Tony Shalhoub-starring “Monk” (beginning February 5).

Need more? Check out IndieWire’s 2024 TV Preview, as well as our January and February 2024 television guides. Happy watching!

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