Schedule yourself in February with this great series bet

This is a month with an impressive television harvest and that is not afraid to risk looking at the past, confronting the present and even proposing complex scenarios for the future. There are series of all kinds and here we have a summary of what you can see and what you can expect on the main streaming platforms.

Pam & Tommy

Pam & Tommy

Pam & Tommy



Lily James and Sebastian Stan star in this miniseries based on the scandalous story of the first viral video in the world: the sexual video of Tommy Lee, drummer of the group Mötley Crüe, and the actress Pamela Anderson. The cast also includes Nick Offerman, Taylor Schilling and Seth Rogen. Episodes can be seen on Star+.


Uma Thurman leads this thriller that begins when the son of a prominent American businesswoman (impressive Thurman) is kidnapped from a New York hotel; Suspicion will fall on four apparently ordinary Britons staying at the hotel that same night. The eight-episode series premieres a new chapter every Friday on Apple TV+

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Inventing Anna

Shonda Rhimes is the creator of this nine-episode series that revolves around a journalist who investigates the case of Anna Delvey, a famous German heiress who took over the heart and money of the New York socialite before it was discovered that she wasn’t really who he claimed to be. Julia Garner stars in this story based on true events. It can already be seen on Netflix.

Children of Dune

Coinciding with the recent premiere of the movie Dune on the platform, HBO Max premieres this three-episode miniseries. On this occasion, the ancient prophecy has been fulfilled and the mandate of the legendary Muad’dib has miraculously transformed the lost lands. Arrives on February 17 on the platform,

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

The Marvelous Ms Maisel

Scene from the series The Marvelous Ms Maisel


Amazon Prime Video

The series created by Amy Sherman-Palladino finally returns, after a break of more than a year, with Mrs. Maisel (Rachel Brosnahan) more dedicated than ever to her work. It is now 1960 and Midge finds a job that allows her total creative freedom, but her commitment to her craft, and the places it takes her, drives a wedge between her and her family and friends. Amazon Prime Video premieres on February 18.

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With Adam Scott and Patricia Arquette in the main roles, and Ben Stiller as executive producer, Severance narrates the experiment of Lumon Industries, whose employees have undergone a surgical procedure that separates memories from the workplace and those of personal life. Two episodes premiere this February 18 on Apple TV+, and then one every Friday until the nine episodes of the season are complete.

All American: Homecoming

Set far from the sports scene of the original in South High School from California, to follow Simone on her way to Bringston University. Thirteen episodes to find out if she regains her footing on the court after her pregnancy, her marriage to Jordan, and her subsequent divorce. Coming to HBO Max on February 22.

Vikings: Valhalla

It is a series derived from Vikings that travels to the beginning of the 11th century to narrate the adventures of Vikings such as Leif Eriksson, Freydis Eriksdotter or Harald Sigurdsson. The plot, which combines history and fiction, follows the tension between the Viking forces and the English crown. It premieres on Netflix on February 25.

Miss 89

Miss 89

Miss 89 also explores machismo.



Argentina Lucía Puenzo directs the eight-part series Señorita 89, a story set in glamorous 1980s Mexico, through the experiences of Concepción (Ilse Salas), the matriarch of the most important beauty pageant in the country who, for three months, trains the 32 finalists of the contest on her farm. There, the contestants will discover a sinister unexpected world. It can be seen on Starzplay.

Two great farewells

Actor Norman Reedus is the leader in the new stage of The Walking Dead


Star Premium Series

After eleven seasons and 12 years of broadcasting –the last 24 episodes divided into two years– The Walking Dead (In Star+ ) comes to an end as of February 21. But before (on the 20th) Killing Eve will broadcast the final batch of eight episodes that will mark the end of the story of Eve and Villanelle (by HBO Max), this time under the baton of screenwriter Laura Neal, behind series like Sex Education.