Serial killers, lab growing humans, zombies, it has to be summer.
And this February, Australia's streaming services are giving you the perfect reason to stay at home in the air con.
Here is what you should be watching.
Our pick on Netflix is Altered Carbon.
[INAUDIBLE] landing on February on 2nd.
It's a new sci-fi original series that has a bit of a Blade Runner vibe, but instead of replicants, it's buff dudes sleeping in Ziploc bags and coming out of stasis to solve futuristic crime.
It looks pretty cool.
On the total other end of the spectrum is **** Eye.
Now Netflix has remade the early 2000s show with a new fab five, giving every day dudes advice on fashion, food and design.
And yes, I will definitely be watching the hell out of this from February 7th.
On Stan, you have to tune in for Ash vs Evil Dead.
Bruce Campbell, and his chin, will be slashing up a storm for season three, coming on February 26th.
Bruce, blood, a boomstick.
What else could you want?
And for more undead action Stan has iZombie returning for season 4 on February 27.
This is a girl solves crimes, girl eats brains, will girl regress into a full blown zombie mode kind of series.
And it's made by the creator of Veronica Mars so it has some good cred.
Over of Foxtel, you'll get crime of a slightly time with The Hunt for the Zodiac Killer which starts on February 23.
This History Channel original.
The doco follows the hunt for the famous serial killer who went on a crime spree in California in the 60s and 70s, sending weird coded letters to the press about this victims.
And if that's a bit of a downer, try Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.
Season 5 is back on February 19, meaning you can watch his take on the news before it goes viral on YouTube.
Finally, our pick of the handful of titles coming to Amazon Prime Video would have to be The Tick.
It's an offbeat take on the superhero genre and the 2nd half of season one is kicking off on February 23.
All right, so that's what I'm gonna be watching this month, but I'm keen to hear what you're slacked for, so hit me up on Twitter at #reillystyley or you can always let me know your thoughts at CNET.com
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