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Here’s everything coming to Stan in February

See you on March 1.

There’s nothing like a healthy dose of television to help feed you in a way reality just can’t.

If you’ve been long awaiting the return of your fave series, or you’re in need of a fresh watch (one involving Steve Buscemi, perhaps), read ahead.

Feast your eyes on the newness popping up throughout the month of Feb.

Something new:

The Circus
Release Date: January 28
What to expect: A political drama exploring the dynamics within Donald Trump’s White House, focusing on the legal dramas and scrutiny from Special Counsel Robert Mueller. The aptly-named series is set to drop a new episode every Monday.

PEN15
Release Date: February 10
What to expect: An R-rated watch that guides viewers through Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle’s adventures in middle school, where they play their thirteen-year-old selves. Taking place in the year 2000, this adult comedy enlists some real-life thirteen-year-old actors to help drive the story forward.

Miracle Workers
Release Date: February 13
What to expect: A black comedy based on the novel What In God’s Name by Simon Rich, and stars Daniel Radcliffe and Geraldine Viswanathan. The series follows the events that transpire after God (Steve Buscemi) decides that the time has come to destroy the planet.

Continue watching:

Black Monday
New episodes: Mondays

Smilf
New Episodes: Mondays

I Am The Night
New Episodes: Tuesdays

All American
New Episodes: Thursdays

Will & Grace
New Episodes: Fridays

Ru Paul’s Drag Race All Stars, Season Finale
New Episodes: Saturdays from February 16

Binge the classics:

Lost
Release Date: February 1

Scrubs
Release Date: February 1

Stag
Release Date: February 1

Siren
Release Date: February 6

The Fosters
Release Date: February 8

Revenge
Release Date: February 15

The Golden Girls
Release Date: February 22

Switched at Birth
Release Date: February 22

The Crossing
Release Date: February 28

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