Period dramas to socialite scandals: 13 fantastic TV shows to watch in February

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Period dramas to socialite scandals: 13 fantastic TV shows to watch in February
Whether you prefer period dramas or true-life thrillers, keep yourself entertained with the biggest February TV arrivals.

Inventing Anna

Inspired by the real story of a total fake, Anna Delvey managed to trick some of New York’s wealthiest socialites into believing she was a billionaire heiress. The Shonda Rhimes produced limited series is set to release on Netflix on the 11th of February of 2022.

Where to watch: Netflix, February 11th 2022

The Gilded Age

Julian Fellowes’ latest period drama, The Gilded Age is set in and around New York during the 1880s. The television series will follow the comings and goings of the upper echelons of New York’s high society during that time.

Where to watch: HBO Max, Binge, Neon, January 24, 2022

Pam & Tommy

Lily James and Sebastian Stan play iconic couple Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee in this limited series that follows the true story of their sex tape scandal.

Where to watch: Disney+, Hulu, 2 February 2022

The Afterparty

The Afterparty follows the murder of a celebrity at his high school reunion afterparty. Each of the eight episodes features a unique retelling of the same night told through a different character’s perspective.

Where to watch: Apple TV, 28th January 2022

The Marvelous Mrs Maisel Season 4

Following the cliffhanger of season 3, the writers have realised little information about the plot of Season 4. However, the trailer suggests that redemption might not be what Midge is seeking after last season’s kerfuffle.

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video, February 18th 2022

Love Is Blind Season 2

Netflix’s wildly popular dating show returns for a second season, with a new group of young hopefuls try to find ‘the one’ without ever seeing their face.

Where to watch: Netflix, 11 February

Severance 

This Ben Stiller-directed sci-fi thriller, employees at a mysterious tech company make the ultimate separation between their work and personal lives. The series stars Adam Scott, Patricia Arquette, Christopher Walken and John Turturro.

Where to watch: AppleTV+, 18 February

Summer releases you might have missed…

Emily in Paris Season 2

Right in time for the holiday season, this hit romantic comedy is returning for a second season streaming on Netflix. Emily in Paris season 2 will continue to follow the trials and tribulations Emily faces while navigating her life in Paris. But this time, she also has to deal with old flames and fresh romances.

Where to watch: Netflix, December 22, 2021

The Witcher Season 2

The Witcher season 2, a continuation of the live-action adaptation of Andrzej Sapkowski’s best selling novels, is set to release on Netflix on the 17th of December. Starring Henry Cavill, Geralt embarks on a new path, becoming a father figure to Princess Ciril of Cintra following the fall of her kingdom.

Where to watch: Netflix, December 17th, 2021

Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol

Based on the 2009 Dan Brown novel of the same name, The Lost Symbol is the story of a young Ivy League symbologist Robert Langdon who is being tasked by the CIA to solve a number of puzzles to save his kidnapped mentor and uncover a chilling conspiracy.

Where to watch: Paramount +, Neon September – November 2021

And Just Like That…

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Catch up with your favourite New York City ladies in HBO Max’s ‘Sex and the City’ reboot And Just Like That… The mini series starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis sees Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte navigating their complicated lives and relationships in their 50s.

Where to watch: HBO Max, Binge, Neon Every Thursday after December 9th

The Sex Lives of College Girls

Mindy Kaling’s HBO Max comedy explores the hilarious tale of four roommates at Essex College who are trying to fit in and follow their dreams at university. A bundle of contradictions and hormones, these sexually active college girls are equal parts loveable and infuriating.

Where to watch: HBO Max, Binge, Neon 18th November 2021

The Book of Boba Fett

Set to premiere on December 29, 2021, The Book of Boba Fett is a new television series created for Disney +. It is part of the Star Wars franchise, and is a spin-off from the series The Mandalorian featuring the bounty hunter Boba Fett.

Where to watch: Disney +, December 29 2021

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