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Valentine's Day Streaming Guide: New Rom-Coms and Reality Dating Shows

February brings a stack of swoon-worthy new releases for you to watch.

Meara Isenberg Writer
Meara covers streaming service news for CNET. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in journalism. When she's not writing, she likes to dote over her cat, sip black coffee and try out new horror movies.
Meara Isenberg
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Valentine's Day is here, and streaming services know it. 

Streamers are packing this month with brand-new content fit for Feb. 14, from romantic comedies to reality TV premieres to Hallmark dramas. Netflix and Prime Video are leaning heavily into the lovefest, and you can find more to set your heart aflutter on Peacock and Hulu.

Because you deserve all the love this February, we've gathered up as many new romantic titles on streaming services as we could. Some big premieres include season 6 of Love Is Blind; the new rom-com Players, with Gina Rodriguez; and a fresh version of Mr. & Mrs. Smith. Whether you're watching with a significant other or embarking on a solo Valentine's Day-themed binge-a-thon, streaming services have plenty to offer in the love department.

Albert Camicioli/Hallmark

If you thought you could once again turn to the Hallmark Channel for romance, you're right. In February, the network is releasing four new movies celebrating the works of Jane Austen (plus one additional film, A Taste of Love). If you have a subscription to Peacock, you can watch the films live as they air on the East Coast or stream them on demand during a 72-hour period that starts the day after they air.

February releases (all premiere on Hallmark Channel at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. Central):

  • Paging Mr. Darcy, Feb. 3.
  • Love & Jane, Feb. 10.
  • An American in Austen, Feb. 17.
  • A Taste of Love, Feb. 19.  
  • Sense and Sensibility, Feb. 24.

Another season of Love Is Blind -- the Netflix reality show where singles date and pop the question without ever having seen each other -- debuts on Valentine's Day. But you won't be able to watch the entire season at once. Six episodes premiere first, followed by three more on Feb. 21, two more on Feb. 28 and the big finale on March 6.

If you want to explore more romantic fare on Netflix, you can type the following into your browser, <http://www.netflix.com/browse/genre/INSERTNUMBER> and change the last part to the Netflix code 5475 or 502675 to see the corresponding collections of Romantic Comedies and Romantic Favorites. You can also view Netflix's official Valentine's Day Collection here.

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Also a Feb. 14 release, Players is a rom-com starring Gina Rodriguez as a New York sportswriter named Mack with a routine of crafting hookup "plays" that result in one-night stands. But a charming war correspondent shakes things up.

Anne Wilk/Netflix

Yet another rom-com hitting screens in February, this German Netflix movie introduces a cynical young journalist and the charming founder of a heartbreak agency.


An alternate reality where women outnumber men, a game show, and eye-catching color are all elements of this six-episode Thai romantic comedy series. 

Prime Video

Dropping alongside Jennifer Lopez's latest studio album, This Is Me... Now, this Prime Video project promises to "showcase her journey to love through her own eyes."

John Fleenor/Disney

Joey Graziadei's season of The Bachelor kicked off in late January, but his quest for love will continue in February. New episodes air on Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. Central on ABC and land on Hulu the following day. 

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After she learns that the fate of her love life and her failing shop might be intertwined, 20-something Lia agrees to meet multiple suitors. The Australian film stars actor and influencer Shuang Hu.

Amazon MGM Studios

In this rom-com, a work trip and a white lie lead to opportunity for an intern dreaming of a career in the art world. In addition to Riverdale star Camila Mendes, the movie includes Shadow and Bone's Archie Renaux.

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This British Netflix series shares its source material -- a book by David Nicholls -- with a 2009 film starring Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess. The love story takes place over decades and spans 14 episodes.

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Two strangers' new jobs at a spy agency come with an arranged marriage in this Prime Video reimagining of the 2005 action-comedy. Donald Glover and Maya Erskine play the titular roles. You can watch all eight episodes on Prime Video now.