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See what’s streaming in February

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Andra Day stars as the legendary jazz singer in “The United States vs. Billie Holiday” which starts streaming on Hulu in February. It revolves around how, beginning in the 1940s in New York City, the federal government targeted Holiday in a growing effort to escalate and racialize the war on drugs, ultimately aiming to stop her from singing her controversial and heart-wrenching ballad, “Strange Fruit.”

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Updated 12:31 PM ET, Sat January 30, 2021

Andra Day stars as the legendary jazz singer in “The United States vs. Billie Holiday” which starts streaming on Hulu in February. It revolves around how, beginning in the 1940s in New York City, the federal government targeted Holiday in a growing effort to escalate and racialize the war on drugs, ultimately aiming to stop her from singing her controversial and heart-wrenching ballad, “Strange Fruit.”

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See some of what’s streaming on Netflix, HBO Max, Disney+ and more in February.

“To All The Boys: Always And Forever”: It started with an old love letter — and turned into a new romance. What does the future hold for Lara Jean and Peter? (Netflix)

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“The Muppet Show”: It’s time to play the music, it’s time to light the lights. Revisit our favorite Muppet moments with the seasons of the beloved TV show from puppeteer Jim Henson. (Disney+)

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“Judas and the Black Messiah”: This film tells the story of Bill O’Neal, who infiltrates the Black Panthers. As Black Panther chairman Fred Hampton ascends, a battle wages for O’Neal’s soul. (HBO Max)

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“Billions” Seasons 1-3: Power politics in the world of New York high finance take center stage in this series which has a strong fan base. (Amazon Prime)

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“The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears”: This documentary explores the pop star’s meteoric rise, public fall from grace and the ongoing battle for control of her conservatorship. (Hulu)

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“Malcolm & Marie”: As a filmmaker and his girlfriend return home from his movie premiere, smoldering tensions and painful revelations push them toward a romantic reckoning. (Netflix)

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“The Boarding School: Las Cumbres”: At the boarding school Las Cumbres, an impenetrable fortress, students dream of fleeing. But the surrounding forest is even more dangerous because a satanic medieval lodge spreads terror in the area. (Amazon Prime)

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“Married At First Sight” Season 10: Strangers meet up and get married at…wait for it… first sight in this reality show. (Hulu)

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“Bliss”: This mind-bending love story follows Greg (Owen Wilson) who, after recently being divorced and then fired, meets the mysterious Isabel (Salma Hayek), a woman living on the streets and convinced that the polluted, broken world around them is just a computer simulation. (Amazon Prime)

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“The Book of Life”: In this animated film a young man is torn between fulfilling the expectations of his family and following his heart. Before choosing which path to follow, he embarks on an incredible adventure. (Disney+)

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“Into The Dark”: If you like it scary, this horror anthology series might give you a chill or two and an excuse to cuddle up to your Valentine. (Hulu)

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“The Warrior Queen of Jhansi”: This action drama is based on the true story of Lakshmibai, who led an army against the British East India Company in the infamous mutiny of 1857. (Amazon Prime)

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“Balthazar” Series 3: The suave, clever and slightly strange forensic pathologist Raphaël Balthazar returns in this acclaimed French mystery drama, where he helps make the dead speak like no one else to solve Paris’ most disturbing crimes. (Acorn TV)

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“Antebellum”: An author is plunged into a horrifying reality that forces her to confront her past, present and future in this thriller. (Hulu)

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“Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry”: This documentary tells the true coming-of-age story of the teen singer-songwriter and her rise to global superstardom. (Apple TV+)

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Pelé: This documentary tells the story of world-renowned footballer Pelé, his quest for perfection and the mythical status he has since attained. (Netflix)

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“American Psycho”: Christian Bale stars as a wealthy New York City investment banking executive who hides his alternate psychopathic ego from his co-workers and friends as he delves deeper into his violent, hedonistic fantasies. (Hulu)

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“Tell Me Your Secrets”: This intense, morally complex thriller revolves around a trio of characters, each with a mysterious and troubling past. (Amazon Prime)

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“The Misadventures of Hedi and Cokeman”: In Paris, two dysfunctional dealers use family ties to try to boost their small drug business in this crass comedy based on the web series. (Netflix)

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“Cheaper by the Dozen”: A dad finds it’s not that easy to care for his 12 children while his wife is out of town. (Disney+)

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“Star Trek: The Motion Picture”: This iconic television show decided to boldly go on the big screen in this film. (Hulu)

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“Argo”: Ben Affleck both starred in and directed this film about a CIA agent who uses cover as a film producer for a rescue operation of Americans held during the U.S. hostage crisis in Iran in 1979. (HBO Max)

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“Kid Cosmic”: In this animated series from the creator of “The Powerpuff Girls,” an odd, imaginative boy acquires superpowers after finding five cosmic rings. (Netflix)

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“The Map of Tiny Perfect Things”: A quick-witted teen contentedly living the same day in an endless loop has his world turned upside down when he meets someone mysterious who’s also stuck in the time loop. (Amazon Prime)

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“Life Below Zero: The Next Generation” Season 1: Individuals who have recently left their traditional lifestyle behind face a challenging new world off the grid in the wilds of Alaska in this docuseries. (Disney +)

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“Mighty Express: Season 2”: The mega missions continue for the Mighty Express trains — from hauling giant dinosaur bones and a baby octopus to tracking down a hidden treasure. (Netflix)

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“Just Wright”: Queen Latifah and Common star in this romantic film which comes just in time for the month of Valentine’s Day. (Amazon Prime)

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“The Real Prince Philip”: This documentary celebrates the life and achievements of Prince Philip, emphasizing the role his military experiences played in his later achievements, and suggesting that his admirable ethos of “service” and “duty” was forged during his impressive Naval career. (Acorn TV)

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“The Game” Seasons 1-3: This popular TV dramedy was a spinoff of another popular one, “Girlfriends,” and centered around a young woman in a relationship with a star athlete and their friends. (Amazon Prime)

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“The Graduate”: Here’s to you Mrs. Robinson. This iconic film about a young man trying to figure out his future who gets involved with an older woman is a classic. (HBO Max)

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“Sonic the Hedgehog Movie”: Based on the popular video game, this animated movie finds the super fast blue hedgehog taking on an evil villain with a little help from a friend. (Amazon Prime)

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“Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready” Season 2: Tiffany Haddish introduces six of her favorite comedians with a second season of the Emmy-nominated stand-up comedy series. (Netflix)

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“Modern Family”: There’s sure to be hilarity in this faux docuseries about the blended Pritchett-Dunphy-Tucker clan. (Hulu)

ABC

“Coming to America”: Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall star in this fan favorite about a future king who travels to New York in search of his queen. (Amazon Prime)

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“Keeping Up with the Kardashians” Season 19: We don’t have much time with them before they end the show, so revel in all the drama of the Kardashian-Jenner family while you can. (Hulu)

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