New releases for your streaming pleasure: Feb 14-20
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New releases for your streaming pleasure: Feb 14-20

9 new titles from Apple TV+, Netflix and Prime Video

New releases for your streaming pleasure: Feb 14-20

Looking for a title to binge-watch this weekend? Here's our pick!


The New Look

Premieres on Feb 14

Based on a true story, the series explores the rise of fashion designer Christian Dior in the wake of World War II’s conclusion. Still reeling from the war, for many in the industry, creation through fashion was a way to live through and after the chaos of the fighting. Along with his counterparts like Coco Chanel, Pierre Balmain and Cristobal Balenciaga, their ideas launched the concept of modern fashion. The series addresses Dior’s initial rise to the top with his iconic imprint of beauty and influence, which ultimately threatens to dethrone Chanel’s stronghold as the world’s most famous fashion designer. Although it is a series about the growth of fashion and the icons who created such ideas, the show also serves as a historical drama, given its setting in post-war Europe.

The Dynasty: New England Patriots

Premieres on Feb 16

The 10-part docu-series takes a look at the 20-year journey of a team that went from a struggling franchise to eventually becoming a football dynasty. Because of the team’s unique chemistry, they managed to win six Super Bowls but were eventually riddled with internal strife that ultimately led to a contentious turf war within the team. Featuring never-before-seen footage of head coach Bill Belichick, Tom Brady nd Robert Kraft, the series reveals what it cost them and the organisation for such greatness. From the team’s notorious accusations of cheating and the Deflagrate scandal, which led to Brady's suspension and a fine, to the horrendous controversies regarding tight end Aaron Hernandez and his murder conviction, the docus-eries addresses all of it. Given the nature of the show, viewers don’t need to be hardened football fans to enjoy the series. The dynamics surrounding the rise and fall of one of the biggest NFL teams in history are sure to entertain any audience.


Ready, Set, Love

Premieres on Feb 15

In a world grappling with a dwindling male population, an unassuming woman becomes a contender in a government-sponsored dating competition

Love, Simon

Premieres on Feb 15

High schooler Simon isn’t ready to reveal that he’s gay. While trying to keep his secret, he searches for the identity of his anonymous online crush.

House Of Ninjas

Premieres on Feb 15

Years after retiring from their formidable ninja lives, a dysfunctional family must return to shadowy missions to counteract a string of looming threats.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Seventh Year

Premieres on Feb 15

The unit's gut-wrenching cases include a schoolyard shooting of a child, a dating service tied to a string of rapes and a new strain of Aids.

The Whale

Premieres on Feb 16

An online writing teacher grapples with failing health from weight issues, self-isolation and grief as he tries to reconnect with his teenage daughter.

Einstein And The Bomb

Premieres on Feb 16

What happened after Einstein fled Nazi Germany? Using archival footage and his own words, this docudrama dives into the mind of a tortured genius.


This Is Me...Now: A Love Story

Premieres on Feb 16

Jennifer Lopez has created a narrative-driven cinematic odyssey, steeped in mythological storytelling and personal healing. Dropping in tandem with her first studio album in a decade, the movie showcases her journey to love through her own eyes. With fantastical costumes, breathtaking choreography, and star-studded cameos, this panorama is an introspective retrospective of JLo’s resilient heart. 

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