Quinta Brunson, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Tyler James Williams, Lisa Ann Walter in 'Abbott Elementary' (Photo: Disney/Gilles Mingasson)

Happy New Week, Friends! Check out our curated list of 9 shows and movies premiering this week (February 5-11) in theaters, and on ABC, Netflix, Hulu, and Prime Video.

We believe you’ll find something enjoyable!

Abbott Elementary Season 3 Key Art (Courtesy of Disney)

Abbott Elementary – ABC – Feb 7

The hit series created by and starring Quinta Brunson is a workplace comedy following a group of dedicated, passionate teachers — and a slightly tone-deaf principal —as they navigate the Philadelphia public school system.

Despite the odds stacked against them, they are determined to help their students succeed in life, and though these incredible public servants may be outnumbered and underfunded, they love what they do — even if they don’t love the school district’s less-than-stellar attitude toward educating children.


Not Dead Yet (Season 2) – ABC – Feb 7

Not Dead Yet,” created by David Windsor and Casey Johnson and starring Gina Rodriguez, centers around Nell Serrano—a self-described disaster who crafts obituaries for her local newspaper while navigating the complexities of her personal and professional relationships.

The unique twist?

Nell can see the very dead people she writes about, and they readily offer life advice.

The series is an adaptation of Alexandra Potter’s book, “Confessions of a 40-something F**k Up.”


The Conners (Season 6) – ABC – Feb 7

The Conners continue to face the daily struggles of life in Lanford.

This iconic family — Dan, Jackie, Darlene, and Becky — grapples with parenthood, dating, financial pressures, and aging in working-class America.

Through it all — the fights, the coupon cutting, the hand-me-downs, the breakdowns — with love, humor, and perseverance, the family prevails.

Genius: MLK/X – National Geographics – Feb 8


The new season of the Emmy Award-winning anthology series will explore the formative years, where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (Kelvin Harrison Jr.) and Malcolm X (Aaron Pierre) were molded by strong fathers and traumatic injustices, to their rich, parallel stories as they shaped their identities and became the change they wished to see in the world. 

The docudrama series offers an intimate look into their complex lives as husbands, fathers, brothers, and sons, taking them off the iconic T-shirts to show their humanity. 

With their formidable wives, Coretta Scott King (Weruche Opia) and Betty Shabazz (Jayme Lawson), leading by their sides, King and X are two visionaries who ultimately rose to pioneer a movement.


One Day – Netflix – February 8

Based on the global best-selling book from author David Nicholls, One Day is the brand new limited series about Emma and Dex and a love story that spans over twenty years.


Lover, Stalker, Killer – Netflix – February 9

Dave was recently out of a long-term relationship and eager to restart his romantic life, so he did what most people do: He tried online dating.

Liz and Cari were two of his most promising connections, both single moms with winning personalities who helped bring him out of his shell in different ways.

It should have been an opportunity for this hard-working, devoted dad to enjoy a second chance at casual romance, but it turned into a twisted love triangle, putting Dave and everyone he cared about at risk.

Using interviews with those involved – including the law enforcement officers who cracked the case – alongside vivid reenactments that bring viewers into the tension and paranoia of Dave’s four year nightmare, this feature documentary from Curious Films (Running with the Devil) and director Sam Hobkinson (Fear City: New York vs The Mafia), deftly assembles the pieces of a mind-bending true tale of harassment, digital deception, and murder in America’s heartland.  


Suncoast – Hulu – February 9

Based on the semi-autobiographical tale of teenager Nico Parker, caring for her brother with her audacious mother Laura Linney, the story unfolds as she forms an unlikely friendship with eccentric activist Woody Harrelson.

Together, they navigate a protest surrounding one of the most landmark medical cases of all time.


Upgraded – Prime Video – February 9

Ambitious intern Ana (Camila Mendes) aspires to a career in the art world and aims to impress her demanding boss Claire (Marisa Tomei).

A chance encounter with handsome Will (Archie Renaux) during an upgraded first-class trip sparks a white lie, setting off a glamorous chain of events, romance, and opportunities.

However, Ana’s fib may soon threaten to surface.

Watch on prime video


Lis Frankenstein – Theaters – February 9

Experience a unique coming-of-rage love story from acclaimed writer Diablo Cody (Jennifer’s Body).

It revolves around a misunderstood teenager and her high school crush, who, incidentally, is a handsome corpse.

Playfully horrific circumstances bring him back to life, and together, they embark on a murderous journey in search of love, happiness, and a few missing body parts along the way.

Are you adding any of these titles to your Watch List this week?

See our full list of February releases.

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