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That's it, the month of January is coming to an end. It was time. Good news: a new month rhymes with exciting new features arriving on Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+ and even Apple TV+. To have a good month of February, you'll have plenty to do, that's for sure. There should be something for everyone.
Without further ado, discover our selection of new programs joining your favorite streaming platforms in the coming days. Come on, let's go!
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After offering a worthy adaptation of the manga One Piece, Netflix continues with adaptations. Starting February 22, 2024, subscribers will be able to experience the adaptation of the popular anime Avatar: The Last Master of air. So, Netflix has pulled out all the stops to be up to the task.
Aang is a young boy trapped in a glacier for a century. To fulfill his destiny, to bring peace to his world, he must become the Avatar. But for this, he must learn to master the four elements. A long quest awaits him… Considering the first trailers which are rather convincing, Netflix could well deliver another good adaptation of a pop culture monument. Verdict in a few days…
For a good laugh, this is happening on Prime Video from February 16, 2024. Season 4 of LOL: Who laughs, comes out! joins the catalog of the Amazon platform. The principle of the program is simple: the celebrities gathered together are prohibited from laughing during two hours of play. Of course, anything is allowed to make your opponents crack.
After an exceptional season 3, Prime Video had better be up to par. For this new season, LOL: Who laughs, goes out! welcomes Marina Foïs, Jean-Pascal Zadi, Alban Ivanov, Jérôme Commandeur, McFly and Carlito as well as Audrey Lamy, Alison Wheeler, Franck Gastambide and Redouane Bougherana. We'll wait and see!
On Disney+, the conclusion of The Bad Batch awaits Star Wars fans. From February 21, 2024, the animated series will end after three seasons to the great dismay of spectators. As a reminder, the Bad Batch squad is an elite troop made up of experimental clones genetically different from those constituting the great army of the Republic. As she finds her feet in a galaxy undergoing rapid transformation following the Clone Wars, they have their work cut out for them.
For this long-awaited conclusion, fans will not be disappointed: several emblematic characters from the Star Wars universe should answer the call. To discover on Disney+.
Spy fan, you should love the new series Mr & Mrs. Smith. Exit Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Donald Glover and Maya Erskine take over in this remake of the action film originally released in 2005.
We follow two lonely strangers hired in a mysterious spy agency. Everything is perfect… If we don't talk about the only condition: an arranged marriage. It’s certain that this remake will spark. Appointment starting February 2, 2024 on Prime Video.
New year, new season of Formula 1: Pilots of Their Destiny on Netflix. Season 6 focuses on the 2023 Formula 1 world championship and takes us, as usual, to the paddocks. Over the course of 10 extremely well-paced episodes, we will relive the best (and worst) moments that marked the season that has just ended. It's available on Netflix on February 23.
Since January 24, Apple TV+ has been broadcasting Masters of the Air. If you missed it, it's not too late: the series is currently being broadcast and at present, only two episodes are available. Masters of the Air is produced by Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman. Just that! The war series immerses us in the history of the men of the 100th Bombardment Group, the “Bloody Hundredth”, of the American 8th Air Force. During World War II, they were tasked with bombing Nazi Germany.
The cast of Masters of the Air is phenomenal: we notably find Austin Butler (Elvis), Callum Turner (Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald), Barry Keoghan (Saltburn), Ncuti Gatwa (Sex Education) or Anthony Boyle (Tetris).
With Nudes, Prime Video focuses on an important contemporary subject: the sending and distribution of nude photos, and the consequences. The series follows three young people evolving in very different worlds. Their common point? All three of them are confronted, directly or indirectly, with the problem of cyberharassment linked to the sending of intimate photos.
With its aesthetic that reminds us of Euphoria, Nudes is a promising series. It can be seen now on Prime Video. 10 episodes await you!
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