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We’re headed back to Bel-Air on Sky Cinema and NOW in February, as Will Smith’s reboot of ’90s hit The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air arrives for streaming visitors. Queen Latifah, meanwhile, is in the second season of The Equalizer and Josh Hartnett takes the lead in a paranoid thriller set in the world of computing and high finance.

On the film front, Sam Claflin directs a romantic comedy about the unconventional connection between an English author and the Mexican translator who has transformed his contemporary novel into a famous slice of erotica. There is also the pleasure of a new thriller from Steven Soderbergh.

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Of course, NOW offers the threat of buying one of their custom memberships, reflecting the kind of stuff you want to watch. For movie enthusiasts, there is NOW Cinema Membership, while small-screen TV addicts must purchase NOW Entertainment Membership, and sports enthusiasts have NOW Sports Membership available.

Here’s what’s new on Sky and NOW over the next month… New movies on Sky Cinema and NOW in February 2022 The Tiger Rising (February 6)

Queen Latifah stars alongside a Bengal tiger in ‘The Tiger Rising’. (Sky UK/Highland Film)

A 12- to 12-month-old boy reveals a hidden and abused Bengal tiger in the woods, in this version of a 2001 children’s e-book by Kate DiCamillo. The boy, Rob, joins forces with a maid playing Queen Latifah in order to decide whether or not he should help free the tiger from the ruthless owner of Dennis Quaid’s cabin. Book of Love (February 12)

Sam Claflin stars as an author whose e-book becomes a wonderful hit in Mexico in ‘Book of Love.’ (Burning Faucet/Sky UK)

Director Analeine Cal y Mayor’s romantic comedy Book of Love has a fun-sounding premise. The ever-reliable Sam Claflin leads the cast as a struggling British author who is sent on an e-book tour in Mexico as today’s novel of his becomes a surprise fulfillment there. When he arrives, he learns that the reason for this achievement is that a local translator (Veronica Echegui) has rewritten the e-book as a piece of erotic fiction. Soon, they find themselves hiking together, and inevitably, their relationship becomes unique. Kimi (February 19)

Zoë Kravitz leads the cast of Steven Soderbergh’s recent mystery ‘Kimi’. (Warner Bros/Sky UK)

The prolific Steven Soderbergh is never far from screens for long, and today’s director’s film tackles the COVID-19 pandemic from the angle of an agoraphobic tech worker. Zoë Kravitz plays the person who uncovers facts about a violent crime and, with her supervisors unwilling to help her, decides to hit the streets to get to the bottom.

Soderbergh already made the crime thriller No Sudden Move at some point in the pandemic, so he’s not really taking the opportunity to relax. Indiana Jones scribe David Koepp has written the screenplay for this one. Old Henry (February 20)

Stephen Dorff is part of the forged ensemble of the new western mystery ‘Old Henry’. (Exclusive Entertainment/Sky UK)

Tim Blake Nelson faces a very different cowboy than his man or woman in The Ballad of Buster Scruggs in the new frontier action Old Henry. He plays the titular Henry, who seeks to protect himself and his son from outlaws while discovering a nearly worthless man and a horse with loads of cash. The desperate hour (February 25)

A recurring jog goes awry for Naomi Watts in the nerve-wracking new thriller ‘The Desperate Hour.’ (Mister Smith Entertainment/Sky UK)

Naomi Watts takes center stage in this nerve-wracking thriller, in which she plays a mother who receives a harrowing phone call even while out for a morning run. The person she calls her is her friend and he or she tells Watts’ character that her son may be caught in the middle of a high-octane gunfire scene. Too far from civilization to help, she should use her smartphone to keep her baby safe. New TV on Sky and NOW in February 2022 The Equalizer S2 (February 1)

Queen Latifah returns for the second season of ‘The Equalizer’. (Michael Greenberg/CBS/Sky)

Queen Latifah reprises her role as the titular vigilante in the second season of this version of the 1980s TV series. This new career finds Robyn McCall thinking about wielding her firearm and running away from her attempts to protect people who can’t find help elsewhere, until the task of tracking down a group of bank robbers sets her in motion. . Righteous Gemstones S2 (February 3)

Danny McBride’s darkly funny sitcom about his own dysfunctional family of televangelists returns for another season. John Goodman plays the title role of the patriarch Dr. Eli Gemstone, with McBride, Adam DeVine, and Edi Patterson as his offspring. Draw with Will S2 (February 4)

Kids can learn to draw their favorite characters from TV, movies, and comics in this series, directed by Marvel artist Will Sliney. This series consists of tutorials for 10 characters, including Poppy from Trolls and Boss Baby. Into the Big Blue Heart (February 6)

‘Into the Big Blue Heart’ explores the natural world of the sector’s oceans. (Sky UK)

The myriad of captivating creatures that live in and through Earth’s oceans take center stage in Sky’s collection of ultra-modern documentaries, delivering compelling insights into the inner lives of some of the world’s most intricate and exciting animals. Murder in the Dales (February 6)

This four-part crime story proper follows the investigation into the murder of three generations of a family in the 1999 metropolis of Clydach, South Wales. Filmed over the course of a year, it explores the complexities and disagreements that still exist in around the city. incident decades later. The Fear Index (February 10)

Josh Hartnett plays Dr. Alex Hoffman in the paranoid thriller series ‘The Fear Index’. (Sky UK)

Robert Harris’ 2011 novel hits television monitors this month in a four-part limited collection. Josh Hartnett leads the forge as laptop expert Dr. Alex Hoffman, who sees an opportunity to make staggering sums of money with artificial intelligence software designed to take advantage of the financial markets. Throughout 24 hours, things go very wrong for him. Unfiltered Dating S2 (February 11)

Comedians provide commentary on real people from the general public as they cross dates in this truth-based comedy series. Comedic face pairs include Joel Dommett and Emily Atack, as well as Asim Chaudhry and Sukh Olija. Jacqueline Wilson’s Little Darlings (February 11)

The 2010 novel by acclaimed children’s author Jacqueline Wilson is the muse for this series, starring singer-songwriters Lemar Obika and Jamelia Neila. The story follows two ladies from very extraordinary backgrounds, who discover they are sisters.Bel-Air (February 14)

Jabari Banks takes over from Will Smith’s famous 1990s role in the new ‘Bel-Air’ reboot series. (Peacock/Sky)

Will Smith’s 1990s sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air returns to screens in a rebooted form, with Jabari Banks taking over the role of Smith. Developed with Smith and Morgan Cooper, it is primarily based on the fan short Cooper made in 2019, which reimagined the sitcom’s storyline as a more dramatic work. The Big Design Challenge (February 14)

Eight of the UK’s most exciting aspiring designers compete for the chance to exhibit their paintings at the V&A in London. Broadcaster Lauren Laverne introduces as hopefuls undergo a chain of innovative challenges set by visiting judges consisting of Konnie Huq, Lemn Sissay, Mourad Mazour, Maggie Aderin-Pocock and Orbital. The Devil’s Advocate (February 15)

Giovanni di Stefano is a renowned swindler, with multiple convictions for scams of various kinds. He has also been involved in high-profile legal cases supporting the defense of such notorious men as dictator Saddam Hussein and serial killer Harold Shipman. This three-part documentary explores his lifestyle and seven years’ research to sing it. Resident Alien S2 (February 17)

Alan Tudyk returns to play the role of identity, as ‘Resident Evil’ returns again for the second season. (James Dittinger/SYFY/NBC Universal/Sky UK)

Alan Tudyk, freed from his voice role in Disney’s avant-garde hit Charm, is back in the second season of this comedy where he plays an alien who engages Earth and assumes the identity of a doctor. This time, he has failed to invade him and has taken on a new role as protector of the humans.Last Week Tonight with John Oliver S9 (Feb 21)

The British comedian returns with a new season of his satirical take on modern events in the United States and around the world. In addition to special visitors and skits, the series is based on the use of Oliver’s meticulously researched and written stand-up comedy. Great Escapes with Morgan Freeman (February 23)

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