vikings and superheroes for the month of february

The year is off to a flying start for Netflix. The platform will unveil one of its most ambitious productions, inspired by Vikings. Discover the program for the month of February.

After a rather quiet month of January, Netflix will beef up its game for the month of February. The platform has just unveiled the program for next month, and there will be heavy. Among other things, we will find Vikings: Valhalla, spin-off of the phenomenon series that ended in 2020. How to Raise a Superhero, with Michael B. Jordan also returns for a second season, nearly two after its first burst of episodes. Find out what the red N has in store for you.


  • How to Raise a Superhero (season 2) – February 1

Little Dion returns for a new season of his adventures. This little boy with strange powers will have to face a new threat alongside his mother. He will also learn to master his particular abilities and to navigate between his life as a schoolboy and as a superhero. The task seems daunting.

  • The Walking Dead (Season 10, Episode 17-22) – February 1
  • In the shade of Magnolias (Season 2) – February 4
  • Disenchanted (part 4) – February 9
  • toy boy (Season 2) – February 11
  • Inventing Anna – February 11th
  • The Young Wallender – February 17
  • SpaceForce (Season 2) – February 18
  • Vikings: Valhalla – February 25

After six seasons, vikings bowed out. But the journey does not stop there, since Netflix will unveil a spin-off which will immerse us a hundred years later, alongside the descendants of the characters we know well. These men and women are ready to do anything to survive in a changing Europe…

  • Juvenile Justice – shortly


  • Anne Frank, my best friend – February 1st
  • Tchao Pantin – February 1st

Netflix continues to add French cinema classics to its catalog. It is now Claude Berri who is the subject of a collection, with no less than 7 of his feature films. Among them are Tchao Pantin, which revealed Coluche’s talent for drama. Facing Richard Anconina, he portrays a night gas station attendant leading a solitary existence who sees his life transformed when he meets a young drug dealer.

  • The Old Man and the Child – February 1st
  • Manon of the sources – February 1st
  • John of Florette – February 1st
  • Uranus – February 1st
  • Germinal – February 1st
  • Together, that’s all – February 1st
  • Jackass 3.5: the uncensored movie – February 1st
  • Sorry to bother you – February 1st
  • Crazy, Stupid, Love – February 1st
  • The Italian Job -February 1st
  • Through my window – February 4
  • The Privilege – February 9
  • Anne+: the movie – February 11th
  • BigBug – February 11th

Jean-Pierre Jeunet returns to directing. The filmmaker, famous in France as well as beyond our borders, will this time stage a science fiction story, a satirical comedy on the theme of artificial intelligence. Filmed entirely behind closed doors, it will feature the residents of a house locked up with their robots while a terrible revolt is preparing outside.

  • tall girl 2 – February 11th
  • Dragons 3: The Hidden World – 12 February
  • Chainsaw Massacre – February 18
  • The Equalizer 2 – February 19
  • The song of the wolf – February 20
  • Tirelessly – February 25


  • The Tinder Scammer – February 2
  • Jeen-Yuhs: The Kanye West Trilogy – from February 16
  • Downfall: the Boeing case – February 18

For kids

  • Gabby and the magic house (season 4) – February 1
  • Kid Cosmic (Season 3) – February 3
  • Ridley Jones: the protector of the museum (Season 3) – February 15
  • Summer in Cielo – February 16
  • The Cuphead Show! – February 18
  • The World of Karma in Music – February 24

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