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Netflix Canada: What's Good In February 2016?

01/29/2016 01:07 EST | Updated 01/31/2016 12:59 EST

February. It's a month that lovers cherish. And a time that single people dread.

Luckily, Netflix Canada has titles for both of them in 2016.

The streaming service is rolling out a slew of new titles in the coming month, and many of them are perfect for people who just want to "chill."

But the biggest standout is "Fuller House," a reboot of the popular 1990s sitcom.

The new series sees a widowed D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure) asking her sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and best friend Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) to move in with her and help care for her three sons, including a newborn.

Much of the original cast is returning, including Bob Saget (Danny Tanner), John Stamos (Uncle Jesse) and Dave Coulier (Uncle Joey). Sadly, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen won't reprise their role as the adorable Michelle.

But that's just one title that will satisfy binge-watchers this month. The slideshow below offers many, many more.

Netflix Canada: What's Streaming in February 2016?

Movies

"Ever After: A Cinderella Story"

This mid-90s "Cinderella" adaptation strips much of the magic and fantasy out of the story. But it still retains an appealing performance by Drew Barrymore in a film about an orphaned woman left with a cruel stepmother and stepsisters, who wins the heart of a handsome prince (Dougray Scott).

"Tangerine"

This much-lauded pic tells the story of Sin-Dee Rella (Kitana Kiki Rodriguez), a trans sex worker who is fresh out of prison. She sets out to find her pimp/boyfriend Chester (James Ransone) after learning he cheated on her with a cis woman.

"The LEGO Movie"

What could have been a simple advertising ploy turned out to be one heck of a clever, well-written and affecting advertising ploy, with some outstanding voice performance by Will Ferrell, Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks and many more. Everything was indeed awesome in this animated comedy.

"Unbreakable"

Remember when M. Night Shyamalan used to make good movies? Yeah, probably not. It was before many of today's teens were born. "Unbreakable" marked his first film after he had his big break with "The Sixth Sense." It's a chilling, yet absorbing drama about a man (Bruce Willis) who slowly discovers he possesses superpowers.

TV

"Better Call Saul"

Raise your hand if you thought a "Breaking Bad" spin-off could be so good. No one? Thought so. Bob Odenkirk here tells the origin story of shady lawyer Saul Goodman, who began his career as Jimmy McGill before he started taking on more sinister clients.

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