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A new month (February 2014) means new Netflix additions, and the latest titles are sure to appeal to a wide array of viewers.

New Netflix movies and TV shows are plentiful in February. Highlights include Breaking Bad’s final eight episodes (on February 24), House of Cards season 2 (February 14), and Showtime’s Queer as Folk which has been off air since 2005.

On the movie side of things, new additions to Netflix include MASH, The Naked Gun, Sunset Boulevard, Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, Crcodoile Dundee 2, and Airplane.

A full list of additions can be seen below.

- Airheads
- Airplane!
- Airplane 2: The Sequel
- Bubba Ho-Tep
- City of Men
- Cocoon: The Return
- Crocodile Dundee 2
- The Dancer Upstairs
- Death Wish 2
- Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry
- Down Periscope
- Everything or Nothing: The Untold Story of 007
- Failure to Launch
- Flashdance
- From the Terrace
- The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
- The Hard Way
- Harold and Maude
- Heartbreakers
- Home of the Brave
- Intersection
- Leap of Faith
- A Life Less Ordinary
- Marathon Man
- The Naked Gun
- North Dallas Forty
- Patriot Games
- Queer as Folk
- Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
- Sunset Boulevard
- The Usual Suspects
- Ingenious (February 12)
- House of Cards: Season 2 (February 14)
- Breaking Bad: Season 5 (February 24)

Recent additions in January 2014 include The Croods, Mitt (a Netflix original documentary following the 2012 Republican Presidential nominee’s campaign), and Rent.

What new Netflix additions will you watch in February?

Out of all of these selections, the online streaming service will be promoting the second season of House of Cards the most (watch a great trailer). The Kevin Spacey-led drama is one of Netflix’s most popular offerings next to Orange is the New Black.

Be sure to check back every month for a list of new Netflix moves and TV shows!

  • Joshua Harris

    Queer as Folk! It’s about freaking time!

    • Alive285

      I wonder if it’ll come to Showtime Anytime, too. As much as I like Showtime Anytime, HBO GO beats it in their original series selection. HBO GO has almost every one of HBO’s old shows and Showtime Anytime has only a few of Showtime’s. Showtime Anytime even took off a show recently that they had every episode of – Weeds.

    • HermeticallySealed

      Yeah, but it seems that the soundtrack is completely different. It’s distracting expecting one song and hearing some generic replacement.

      • Joshua Harris

        You’re right. I have the show on DVD and between airing and distribution they replaced songs. I can imagine this will be worse.

        • Kristian S

          glad to know i am not the only one who noticed this. some of these songs are vital to the show and the specific scenes… ruined now with some generic canned music crap

  • Esmeblabbed

    Aaaand no Orphan Black :(

  • nicole

    This is stupid. I know for a fact failure to kaunch is akready on netflix and so is season 5 of breaking bad.. those arn’t new… get your shit straight

    • Janna

      Only the beginning of season 5 is on Netfl

  • nicole

    My spelling is horrible. Sorry about the k’s that are meant to be l’s

  • grapes9h5

    The Good the Bad and the ugly!!!!

  • NM2000

    MASH the movie or MASH the TV show?

    • mk1505

      I know this because I am a subscriber and have seen it, but the article clearly says it’s the movie not the tv show.

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