> Here's what's new for February.
Over on Netflix, you can watch Ray Romano's first stand-up comedy special in twentythree years.
That's right kids, Ray Romano wants stand-up.
The special is called "Ray Romano, right here, around the corner" and it starts streaming on February 5th.
On February 18th watch "Won't you be my neighbor?" on HBO Now.
It's a documentary on the legendary Mr. Fred Rogers On February 8, you can catch One Day at a Time, Season 3 on Netflix.
Watch new episodes of Patriot Act with Hasan Minaj beginning on February 10th.
New episodes arrive on Sundays over at Netflix.
On the 18th of February, watch the sixth season premiere of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, On HBO now.
Let's look at the darker side of February.
Netflix has The Umbrella Academy, beginning on February 15th.
This show is about a dysfunctional superhero family who has eight days to save the world.
Netflix also has a new film called Velvet Buzzsaw starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo, and Toni Collette.
> It's a thriller set in a world of art.
From the trailer it looks really messed up.
Velvet Buzzsaw hit Netflix at the start of February.
Amazon Prime as Agatha Christie presents ABC Murders season one beginning on the 1st of February.
It's got John Malkovich as the lead On Hulu, you can watch a new episode of Into the Dark.
It's subtitled Down.
This episode of the anthology series is a mashup of horror and romantic comedy.
Into the Dark: Down arrived of February 1st.
Amazon has a new original film called Generation Wealth.
It's dark for a different reason.
And looks at people's obsession with materialism and image.
And it is a documentary.
And on a lighter note you can catch a new comedy special by Ken Jeong on Netflix beginning on Valentine's Day.
Those are just some of the movies and shows arriving in February.
To find out more check out cnet.com/netpicks.
I'm Iyaz Akhtar and I will see you online.