What's new on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu in February

Published 8:34 AM ET, Wed January 31, 2018
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Netflix is bringing back an oldie but a goodie. The newly rebooted "Queer Eye" is debuting in February. This time around a new fab five seeks to help people makeover their lives in everything from food to fashion. Keep clicking for more streaming options for the month. Netflix
"My First Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman": George Clooney": The no-longer-totally-retired late-night host chats it up with famed actor and new dad, Clooney. (Netflix) Netflix
"Everything Sucks" Season 1: High school misfits brave life in the 1990s in this new series. (Netflix) Netflix
"Seven Seconds" Season 1: Tensions run high in a community after an African- American teen is critically injured by a white police officer in this drama. (Netflix) Netflix
"When We First Met": Time travel and a guy regulated to the friend zone all figure in this romantic movie. (Netflix) Netflix
"Fullmetal Alchemist": A popular anime gets the live-action treatment in this project. (Netflix) Netflix
"Fred Armisen: Standup for Drummers": The "Portlandia" star offers his unique take on life in this comedy special. (Netflix) Netflix
"Luna Petunia: Return to Amazia" Season 1: A magic toy chest helps fun-loving Luna Petunia enter the fantastic land of Amazia, where adventures, friendship and learning await. (Netflix) Netflix
"Ocean's Thirteen": Danny Ocean rounds up his fellow criminals for a third heist. (Netflix) Warner Bros
"The Hurt Locker": A sergeant classes with his bomb squad members while serving in Iraq in this critically acclaimed film. (Netflix) Summit Entertainment
"One Tree Hill": A pair of brothers both love each other and compete in the town of Tree Hill, North Carolina. (Hulu) The CW
"Detroit": Based on a real life story, this drama tells the tale of what happened during the 1967 riots in Detroit, Michigan. (Hulu) Annapurna Pictures
"Parenthood": This series about the highs and lows of family was centered on the lives of the Braverman clan. (Hulu) NBC Universal
"Akeelah and the Bee": A young girl from the inner city aspires to become the National Spelling Bee champion. (Hulu) Lions Gate Films
"The Looming Tower" Season 1 premiere: Based on the Pulitzer-Prize winning book, this drama traces the rising threat of Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda in the late 1990s and what may have inadvertently set the path for the tragedy of 9/11.(Hulu) Hulu
"Dirt": Courteney Cox stars as a hard-driving tabloid editor who will do whatever it takes to get to the truth behind the lives of celebrities. (Hulu) FX
"A Fish Called Wanda": A group of robbers try to double-cross each other for the proceeds in this comedy. (Amazon Prime, Hulu) MGM
"Terms of Endearment": Shirley MacLaine, Debra Winger and Jack Nicholson star in a story about a mother and daughter over 30 years. (Amazon Prime, Hulu) Getty Images
"Broad City" Season 4 : This comedy series about the adventures of two women in New York City has won a cult following. (Hulu) Comedy Central
"He Said, She Said": Kevin Bacon and Elizabeth Perkins star as a pair of journalists with opposing views find they might have a few things in common in this romantic comedy. (Amazon Prime, Hulu) Getty Images
"Mermaids": Cher plays an unconventional mother raising two daughters on her own in a small town in 1963. (Amazon Prime, Hulu) MGM
"Absentia" Season 1: An FBI agent who is declared dead must reclaim her identity and prove her innocence when she finds herself the prime suspect in a string of murders. (Amazon Prime) Sony Pictures Television
"The Tick": (Second half of Season 1): Fans have been all over this reboot about an affable superhero and his accountant sidekick, based on a comic book of the same name. (Amazon Prime) Amazon Studios
"Mozart in the Jungle" Season 4: The music keeps on playing in the comedic drama series about the maestro of a symphony in New York City. (Amazon Prime) Amazon
"The Good, the Bad and the Ugly": Clint Eastwood stars in this spaghetti Western about three gunslingers competing to find a fortune. (Amazon Prime, Hulu) MGM
"Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector": A slovenly cable repairman becomes a big-city health inspector tasked with uncovering the source of a food poisoning epidemic in this comedic film. (Amazon Prime, Hulu) Alamy
"Red Dawn": A group of teens in band together to protect their town and the U.S. from the Russians as World War III looms. (Amazon Prime, Hulu) MGM
"National Lampoon Presents Cattle Call": A fake Hollywood casting call enlists all sorts of hijinks in this comedy. (Amazon Prime, Hulu) Lions Gate
"Star Trek": A young James T. Kirk must do battle with a vengeful Romulan from the future seeking to destroy the Federation in this JJ Abrams directed film. (Amazon Prime, Hulu) Paramount
"Mystic Pizza": This coming-of-age film about a pizza parlor in a fictitious Connecticut town helped pave the path that made Julia Roberts a star. (Amazon Prime, Hulu) MGM
"Wonder Woman": Gal Gadot stars as the Amazonian warrior who makes it her mission to try and stop a war. (HBO Now) Warner Bros
"Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul": The Heffley family's road trip to attend Meemaw's 90th birthday party goes hilariously off course in this third sequel to the 2010 family film. (HBO Now) Twentieth Century Fox
"Alien": This now classic sci-fi thriller, featuring an extraterrestrial creature that stalks the crew of a spaceship, launched a franchise and this director's cut will be scary good for fans. (HBO Now) Twentieth Century Fox
"The Hand That Rocks the Cradle": Rebecca De Mornay and Annabella Sciorra star in this psychological thriller about a nanny who seeks to steal a woman's life and family. (HBO Now) AFP/Getty Images
"Girlfriends": Three friends struggle with the responsibilities that come with being a modern woman of a certain age. (Acorn TV) Acorn TV
"The Heart Guy": This Australian series follows a charming and genius doctor forced to return to his hometown and become a local doctor after his personal life spins out of control. (Acorn TV) Acorn TV