All The New Movies & TV Shows On HBO This Month

With the 2020 awards season in full swing, the list of new movies and TV shows on HBO in February 2020 includes some past favorites from some of the year’s biggest nominees. Among the slate of new offerings are films starring Jennifer Aniston (2014’s Cake), Scarlett Johansson (2005’s The Island), and Nicole Kidman (2001’s The Others).

Knives Out‘s Golden Globe-nominated star Daniel Craig also is part of the premium network’s new batch of movie franchise installments and sequels, with the network airing two of his Bond films: Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace. (HBO will also make the 1967 version of Casino Royale, starring Sean Connery as Bond, available to subscribers as well.) Others include: 2019’s Shaft, Annabelle Comes Home, two Hostel movies, as well as all three iterations of The Skulls.

On the non-fiction front, HBO will feature shorts from the American Black Film Festival competition, in addition to premiering Season 7 of the Emmy-winning Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and a new episode of LeBron James’ The Shop: Uninterrupted. Documentary highlights include: Ali & Cavett: The Tale of the Tapes, We Are the Dream: The Kids of the Oakland MLK Oratorical Fest, and McMillion$, which chronicles "the stranger-than-fiction story of an ex-cop turned security auditor who rigged the McDonald’s Monopoly game promotion for a decade."

There’s much more to choose from across genres, though, and all are generally available for subscribers to stream as soon as they air on HBO. Check out more highlights, as well as the full February list below.


‘Alita: Battle Angel’ (2019) — Feb. 1

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Filmmakers James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez cyberpunk fantasy-action movie follows cyborg Alita (Rosa Salazar), whom Dr. Ido (Christoph Waltz) adopts after discovering her in a post-apocalyptic scrapyard with no memory. After experiencing flashbacks of her past, Alita sets out in search of her identity, in the adaption of the ’90s Japanese manga Battle Angel Alita.

‘Cake’ (2014) — Feb. 1

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Jennifer Aniston earned SAG and Golden Globe nominations for her dramatic turn as Claire Simmons, a woman who suffers from chronic pain. After a fellow member of her support group (Anna Kendrick) commits suicide, Claire seeks out the woman’s widower (Sam Worthington).

‘Casino Royale’ (2006) — Feb. 1

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Famed British Secret Service agent James Bond, played by Daniel Craig in this iteration, travels to Madagascar to investigate terrorist financier Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen) in the action film. In an attempt to take down the villain, MI6 sends "007" to play in a high-stakes poker game.

‘Due Date’ (2010) — Feb. 1

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Soon-to-be-dad Peter Highman (Robert Downey Jr.) must take a cross-country road trip with aspiring actor Ethan Tremblay (Zach Galifianakis) to make it home in time for his child’s birth. Dog-toting Ethan’s antics ultimately tests Peter’s sanity in the dark comedy, which also stars Michelle Monaghan, Juliette Lewis, and Jamie Foxx.

‘The Honeymooners’ (2005) — Feb. 1

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The family comedy is an adaptation of the 1950s TV series of the same name, flipping the script to feature a Black cast, which includes: Cedric the Entertainer, Gabrielle Union, Mike Epps, and Regina Hall. In the movie, working-class neighbors, the Kramdens and the Nortons, go to comedic lengths to make some extra money.

‘Hostel’ (Extended Version) (2005) — Feb. 1

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Recent college grads Josh (Derek Richardson) and Paxton (Jay Hernandez) decide to spend the summer backpacking across Europe, in the first film in the horror film franchise. Fueled by their desire for drugs and sex, the men seeks out a Slovakian hostel, where their trip turns deadly. HBO is also debuting the Hostel Part II sequel simultaneously.

‘The Island’ (2005) — Feb. 1

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In the Michael Bay-directed futuristic sci-fi thriller, Lincoln Six Echo (Ewan McGregor) and friend Jordan Two Delta (Scarlett Johansson) attempt to escape a seemingly utopian island compound in the mid-21st century, after discovering a nefarious plot involving secret illegal cloning.

‘The Others’ (2001) — Feb. 1

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Nicole Kidman received Golden Globe and BAFTA nods for her role as devout mother Grace in the psychological horror film set on the English coast during World War II. As Grace awaits news on her missing husband, supernatural forces seem the be afflicting the home she shares with her photosensitive children and the family’s servants.

‘Quantum of Solace’ (2008) — Feb. 1

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Daniel Craig returns as James Bond in the 22nd installment of the long-running action spy film series. In this sequel to 2006’s Casino Royale, "007" takes on the villainous businessman Dominic Greene (Mathieu Amalric), who’s plotting to seize control of a vital water supply — and was also behind the death of Bond’s lover, Vesper Lynd.

‘The Skulls’ (2000) — Feb. 1

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Based upon alleged conspiracy theories about Yale’s Skull and Bones student society, the thriller stars Paul Walker and Joshua Jackson as students entwined in a death at a fictional Ivy League college’s exclusive secret society. Direct-to-video followups The Skulls II and The Skulls III will also air on HBO in February.

‘Valkyrie’ (2008) — Feb. 1

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Director Bryan Singer’s thriller stars Tom Cruise as Germany’s Col. Claus von Stauffenberg, who fears that Hitler and his Nazi regime will destroy the country. The film chronicles von Stauffenberg’s involvement in a plot to assassinate the dictator and overthrow his government.

‘Winter’s Bone’ (2010) — Feb. 1

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Adapted from Daniel Woodrell 2006 novel of the same name, the Oscar-nominated mystery drama follows a teenager (Jennifer Lawrence) on a dangerous hunt for her missing criminal father, who put their home up for bond before disappearing, in the rural Ozarks of Missouri.

‘McMillion$,’ Docuseries Premiere — Feb. 3

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HBO’s six-part docuseries from Executive Producer Mark Wahlberg examines "the con that allowed one man to rig the results of McDonald’s popular Monopoly game for an entire decade," cheating the company out of $24-million and prompting an elaborate FBI investigation, per the network.

‘The Teenage Psychic,’ Season 2 Premiere — Feb. 3

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The award-winning Taiwanese TV miniseries stars Kuo Shu Yao titular clairvoyant schoolgirl Xie Ya Zhen. In Season 2, Xie Ya Zhen balances schoolwork with her talent as a medium — while also comping with the Season 1 death of her boyfriend (Kent Tsai). Actor Fandy Fan Shao Hsun will play her character’s new love interest in this installment.

‘The Shop: Uninterrupted,’ New Episode — Feb. 7

The series from LeBron James and Maverick Carter‘s Uninterrupted gives viewers "a one-of-a-kind barbershop experience, which for many provides a sanctuary for free-flowing and spirited discussions," per HBO Sports. Visiting barbershops around the country, participants have included athletes and entertainers, such as: Will Smith, Kevin Love, Lil Nas X, Odell Beckham Jr., Travis Scott, Seth Rogen, and Jon Stewart.

‘High Maintenance,’ Season 4 Premiere — Feb. 7

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Nameless Brooklyn marijuana dealer The Guy (Ben Sinclair) is back to keep spirits high, traveling around New York City to deliver colorful characters their weed in the anthology stoner comedy. Season 4 guest stars will include: NPR’s Ira Glass, Nick Kroll, Rebecca Hall, Larry Owens, and Calvin Leon Smith.

‘Ma’ (2019) — Feb. 8

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Oscar winner Octavia Spencer fronts the psychological horror film as the titular lonely middle-aged woman who befriends a group of teens and lets them party in her basement. "Ma," has some rules, however, and her kindness eventually turns into a terrifying obsession.

‘Avi & Cavett: The Tale of the Tapes,’ HBO Documentary Films — Feb. 11

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The documentary explores "Muhammad Ali’s legacy both in and out of the ring by looking back at his many appearances on the Emmy-winning The Dick Cavett Show. The boxing icon used his multiple appearances between 1968 and 1979 "as opportunities to have candid conversations with the host about racial, religious and political injustice," according to HBO’s description.

‘Shaft’ (2019) — Feb. 15

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In the fifth Shaft film, the legendary John Shaft (Samuel L. Jackson) agrees to helps his son John "JJ" Shaft Jr. (Jessie T. Usher), an MIT-educated cyber security expert, investigate his best friend’s death. JJ’s job with the FBI, however, sometimes clashes with his dad’s rogue approach to justice.

‘Last Week Tonight with John Oliver,’ Season 7 Premiere — Feb. 17

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The 16-time-Emmy-winning comedy series, which examines the week’s current events with a satirical spin, will premiere just in time to cover the February Democratic primaries ahead of the 2020 presidential election.

‘Beforeigners,’ Series Premiere — Feb. 18

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HBO Europe’s first Norwegian original series begins with a worldwide phenomenon where flashes of light in the ocean causes people from the past, including the stone age, the Viking age, and the late 1800s, called Beforeigners, to mysteriously begin appearing in the modern day.

‘We Are the Dream: The Kids of the Oakland MLK Oratorical Fest,’ HBO Documentary Films — Feb. 18

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Emmy-winning director Amy Schatz and executive producer Mahershala Ali’s documentary follows students from schools across Oakland, California in the months leading up to the 40th annual MLK Oratorical Festival "as they hone their speeches, hoping for a coveted spot in the finals," per HBO.

‘Annabelle Comes Home’ (2019) — Feb. 22

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The seventh installment in the Conjuring Universe franchise is a sequel to 2014’s Annabelle and 2017’s Annabelle: Creation. The horror film finds the titular evil doll emerges from paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren‘s (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) artifacts room to terrorize the couple’s daughter and her friends.

‘Whitmer Thomas: The Golden One,’ Comedy Special — Feb. 22

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Comedian and actor Whitmer Thomas "combines deeply personal and provocative stand-up with original songs" in his first one-hour special for HBO. The footage was filmed at the Flora-Bama Lounge, where his late mother and her twin sister used to perform with their band.

‘Anna’ (2019) — Feb. 29

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The titular former Russian model (played by Sasha Luss) uses her beauty as a cover for the fact that she’s one of the world’s most deadly government assassins. Actors Helen Mirren, Luke Evans, Cillian Murphy, and Alexander Petrov are among the action thriller’s cast.

Here’s the full list of what’s coming in February:

Feb. 1

Alita: Battle Angel (2019)

Cake (2015)

Casino Royale (1967)

Casino Royale (2006)

Days After Your Departure (2018)

Defending Your Life (1991)

Desecho (Debris) (2020)

Due Date (2010)

Emergency (2018)

Hair Wolf (2018)

The Honeymooners (2005)

Hostel (Extended Version) (2006)

Hostel Part II (Extended Version) (2007)

In A World… (2013)

The Island (2005)

Intolerable Cruelty (2003)

Last Chance Harvey (2009)

Last Tango in Paris (1972)

Moths & Butterflies (2018)

The Others (2001)

Prisoners (2013)

Punch-Drunk Love (2002)

Quantum of Solace (2008)

Side Effects (2013)

The Skulls (2000)

The Skulls II (2002)

The Skulls III (2004)

Suitable (2018)

The Thomas Crown Affair (1999)

Valkyrie (2008)

Voyage of the Damned (1976)

Winter’s Bone (2010)

Feb. 3

Flight (2019)


The Teenage Psychic, Season 2 Premiere

Feb. 4

Cap (2019)

Feb. 5

Evelyn x Evelyn (2019)

Feb. 6

The Fisherman (2019)

Storks (2016)

Feb. 7

High Maintenance, Season 4 Premiere

Inciales SG (Initials S.G.) (2020)

The Shop: Uninterrupted, New Episode

Wednesday (2019)

Feb. 8

Ma (2018)

Feb. 11

Avi & Cavett: The Tale of the Tapes, HBO Documentary Films

Feb. 15

Shaft (2019)

Feb. 17

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Season 7 Premiere

Feb. 18

Beforeigners, Series Premiere

We Are the Dream: The Kids of the Oakland MLK Oratorical Fest, HBO Documentary Films

Feb. 21

Muralla (The Goalkeeper) (2020)

Feb. 22

Annabelle Comes Home (2019)

Whitmer Thomas: The Golden One, Comedy Special

Feb. 28

A Tiny Audience (Episodes 2-4), HBO Latino

Feb. 29

Anna (2019)

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