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Netflix Canada: What's Good In February 2017?

01/26/2017 12:33 EST | Updated 02/02/2017 11:50 EST

Netflix Canada's lineup for February looks absolutely ridiculous. In a good way, of course.

Fantastic movies like "The King's Speech," "Drive" and "A History of Violence" will go live on the streaming service next month.

Plenty of promising Netflix originals are being released in February, too, including Drew Barrymore's "Santa Clarita Diet."

Check out more of Netflix Canada's February 2017 offerings in the slideshow below. You can find our picks under the gallery:

Netflix Canada Picks for February 2017

Movies:

"The King's Speech"

Colin Firth stars as King George VI as a new monarch who must battle a speech impediment with the help of a therapist. This Tom Hooper-directed film became Oscar royalty — sorry — after it won Best Picture in 2011.

"Gangs of New York"

Leonardo DiCaprio stars in this ultra-violent story, directed by Martin Scorsese. DiCaprio plays Amsterdam Vallon, a young chap who returns to the scene of his father's murder — which just so happens to be gang-infested 19th-century Manhattan — to get some good ol' fashioned revenge.

TV:

"Santa Clarita Diet"

Drew Barrymore is back! And this time she's a... zombie? The actress stars in this new Netflix original series as a realtor in Santa Clarita who has to readjust her life after she develops a quirky craving for flesh. Zany!

"Ultimate Beastmaster"

If you enjoy shows like "American Ninja Warrior," which involve fit people failing and/or succeeding at being fit, then you're in luck. Hosted by Terry Crews, this Netflix original follows international contestants trying to get through an obstacle course known as "The Beast."