Amazon is packing February with good streaming options. Stana Katic's highly-anticipated post-Castle series Absentia is coming exclusively to Amazon Prime on Feb. 2, along with other Prime exclusives like Mozart in the Jungle (Feb. 16) and The Tick (Feb. 23).
February's Prime movies are mostly a mix of '80s classics like Mystic Pizza, An Officer and a Gentleman and Red Dawn, and '00s non-classics like Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector and Rollerball (all Feb. 1), with some high-quality recent indies like Logan Lucky (Feb. 16) and Good Time (Feb. 11) thrown in.
On the Amazon Video pay-as-you-go tier, the highlight is recent Golden Globe winner Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, which comes on Feb. 13, which will give you a few weeks to catch it before the Oscars. And on Amazon Channels (the service's premium cable add-ons), new seasons of Homeland, Two Dope Queens and Last Week Tonight will be available they after they premiere on their respective networks.
The full list is below.
*Denotes Amazon Original.
Absentia* (Season 1)
GRAND PRIX Driver* (Season 1)
The Expanse (Season 2)
Stinky & Dirty Valentine's Day Special*
Mozart in the Jungle* (Season 4)
The Tick* (Season 1B)
Thunderbirds are Go!* (Season 4)
The Cutting Edge
The Cutting Edge: Going for the Gold
A Fish Called Wanda
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard
He Said, She Said
Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector
Lulu on the Bridge
An Officer and a Gentleman
Swimming with Sharks
Terms of Endearment
Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her
My Dead Boyfriend
No Stone Unturned
Run the Tide
The Ballad of Lefty Brown
National Lampoon Presents Cattle Call
Thanks for Sharing
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Murder on the Orient Express
Two Dope Queens (Season 1) - HBO
Here and Now (Season 1) - HBO
Homeland (Season 7) - Showtime
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (Season 5) - HBO
Ash vs. Evil Dead (Season 3) - STARZ
Wonder Woman - HBO
Spider Man: Homecoming - STARZ