These Are The Must-See Shows On Netflix In February, According To Experts And Fans

There are 2,265 TV shows streaming on Netflix right now. Some of them are loved by critics. Some of them are loved by fans. All of them are just a few clicks away from your screen. When faced with these kinds of choices, though, how is anybody ever supposed to know just what to watch? Well, that's where our guide comes in. We've combined critic ratings, audience scores, and viewing figures to offer you the definitive list of the must-see shows currently streaming on Netflix US.

40. Shadow and Bone

Creators: Eric Heisserer

Stars: Jessie Mei Li, Ben Barnes, Archie Renaux

Genre: Action, adventure

Our score: 80.0

Expect Shadow and Bone to find a higher ranking on our list come March 16. If creator Eric Heisserer is to be believed, the second season of this fantasy epic is going to be bigger and better than ever. "The Grishaverse also expands in this season, both in mythology and in characters," he said in a statement. "In doing so, we expand the world, we go to new locations, we visit Novyi Zem and Shu Han, and those are all integral to the narrative."

39. You

Creators: Sera Gamble, Greg Berlanti

Stars: Penn Badgley, Victoria Pedretti, Tati Gabrielle

Genre: Crime, drama, romance

Our score: 80.0

Things could have turned out very differently for You. The show actually debuted on Lifetime — and struggled to make any kind of an impact. It was then swiftly canceled after its first season... until Netflix's inspired decision to take things over. The first season of the show — which dropped at the end of 2018 — was a monster hit and has since spawned two further seasons. A fourth one is tantalizingly close, too: part one arrives on February 9, 2023. The second part will follow a month later.

38. Ozark

Creators: Bill Dubuque, Mark Williams

Stars: Jason Bateman, Laura Linney, Sofia Hublitz, Julia Garner

Genre: Crime, thriller

Our score: 80.3

Over the course of four seasons, Ozark has scored four Emmy wins. One went to star Jason Bateman — for directing the episode "Reparations" — and the other three are now in co-star Julia Garner's trophy cabinet. Garner won't get a chance to add to the show's haul, though, as the crime drama came to a gripping conclusion in 2022. Netflix might have regretted that when it saw that Ozark was the second-most-streamed original show of 2022 — behind only Stranger Things.

37. Bridgerton

Creators: Chris Van Dusen

Stars: Nicola Coughlan, Luke Thompson, Jonathan Bailey

Genre: Historical romance

Our score: 80.8

Seasons one and two of Bridgerton are both nestled safely in the top ten most-watched English-language shows on Netflix. Each season amassed over 600 million hours of viewing in its first 28 days of release. So it should come as no surprise that not only is a third season of the show on the way, but there is also a spin-off coming soon. Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story is the title of the prequel series, and it could be the start of a brand new Bridgerton-verse!