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February TV Premieres: 16 New Shows to Look Out For

The next few weeks will bring series featuring Queen Latifah, Dwayne Johnson, Nick Offerman, Eva Green, Kenan Thompson, and Woodstock the bird.

THE GREAT NORTH: A new animated comedy that follows the Alaskan adventures of the Tobin family, as a single dad does his best to keep his bunch of kids close. In the special preview episode, the family’s plans to celebrate Judy’s 16th birthday on the family fishing boat go awry after a moose breaks into the Tobin’s home in the “Sexi Moose” special preview episode of THE GREAT NORTH airing Sunday, Jan. 3 (8:31-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Clockwise from lower left: Moon (Aparna Nancherla), Honey Bee (Dulcé Sloan), Wolf (Will Forte), Beef (Nick Offerman), Ham (Paul Rust) and Judy (Jenny Slate). THE GREAT NORTH © 2021 by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation and Fox Media LLC.

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And so we’ve arrived at another February, where the TV world seemingly has no plans to let up on releasing new series.

Yes, as with many of these roundups in recent months, the newest titles to stateside networks and streaming services are overseas imports. Originally premiering in Europe and the result of global productions, some of the newest shows this month come from the international partnerships that have become more and more prominent of late.

These aren’t confined to one specific corner of TV, with gigantic streaming libraries and premium cable providers latching onto these new-to-America offerings. Elsewhere, broadcast networks are slowly ramping up their output, even in the absence of any semblance of a traditional TV season.

The result is a February collection of new TV programming that has roots in superhero stories, period dramas, music documentaries, sitcom reboots, and animated classics. As usual, there’s a little bit of something for everyone. Below, we’ve tried to gather the release dates and basic info for a few handfuls of these new shows vying for your early 2021 viewing attention.

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