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What's new on Amazon Prime Video in February 2023 – CBS News

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By Danica Creahan
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Get ready to fall in love with all the content coming to Amazon Prime Video this February. With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, you may want to check out Dave Franco and Alison Brie’s subversive new romcom. If all this romance in the air feels more like your worst nightmare, check out one of Prime Video’s new horror titles, such as “Halloween Ends” or “Smile.” And if all else fails, you can always revisit a comforting classic, like “Shrek.”
Keep reading to find out how to watch “Somebody I Used to Know” and more of what’s new on Prime Video in February 2023.  
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When workaholic Ally faces a career crisis, she returns to her hometown in search of reassurance — and the one that got away. But things only get more complicated when she meets the cool and confident Cassidy, her first love’s new fiancée.
Written by Alison Brie and husband Dave Franco, this unconventional romcom stars Brie, Jay Ellis, Kiersey Clemons and Danny Pudi. “Somebody I Used to Know” is streaming now on Prime Video. 
“Somebody I Used to Know,” now streaming on Prime Video
Feb. 1
A Night at the Roxbury
Alex Cross
Almost Famous
Are We There Yet?
A.I. Artificial Intelligence
The Best Man
The Breadwinner
The Call
Children of Heaven
Devil in a Blue Dress
The Dilemma
Downhill Racer
Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room
Food, Inc.
Four Brothers
French Postcards
From Justin To Kelly
G.I. Joe: Retaliation
The Glass Shield
Heaven Can Wait
The Help
The Hustle
I, Robot
Inside Man
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
Jacob’s Ladder
Kevin Hart Let Me Explain
King Kong
The Last Song
Life Partners
Madea’s Witness Protection
Nacho Libre
Never Been Kissed
P.S. I Love You
Race For Your Life, Charlie Brown
Rambo: Last Blood
Rambo: Last Blood (Extended Cut)
Scary Movie 4
Shrek 2
Something Wild
Soul Food
Southside With You
The Talented Mr. Ripley
Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am
Venus and Serena
White House Down
Who’s Your Caddy?
Feb. 3
Harlem, season 2
Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank
Feb. 7
Brian and Charles
Feb. 8
Are We Done Yet?
Feb. 9
Feb. 10
Somebody I Used to Know
Feb. 11
If I Stay
Feb. 14
Halloween Ends
Feb. 17
Carnival Row, season 2
The Head of Joaquín Murrieta
Three Thousand Years of Longing
Feb. 19
A Simple Favor
Feb. 21
Feb. 22
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, 2014
Feb. 24
The Consultant
Die Hart
From the gritty superhero series “The Boys” to newer shows from Amazon Studios, such as “The Summer I Turned Pretty,” there are plenty of worthwhile titles to stream on Prime Video. 
A young policeman begins an affair with he and his wife’s best friend despite homosexuality being illegal in 1950’s Britain. This story of forbidden love and an ever-changing society stars Harry Styles, Emma Corrin and David Dawson. Following the film’s theatrical premiere in October, “My Policeman” will be available to stream on Prime Video starting Nov. 4.
“My Policeman,” streaming Nov. 4
Alice and Paul’s wealthy half-sister is getting married in the English countryside, and despite their many, many qualms with attending, the whole family plans to reunite for the big day. Starring Kirsten Bell, Ben Platt, Cynthia Addai-Robinson and Allison Janney, this dysfunctional, modern-day wedding comedy premieres Nov. 18 on Amazon Prime Video.
“The People We Hate At The Wedding,” streaming Nov. 18
More than 20 years after the first chapter of Peter Jackson’s “Lord of the Rings” trilogy premiered, fans are getting a prequel. “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” explores the legends of the fabled Second Age of Middle Earth’s history, thousands of years before the events of J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Hobbit” and “The Lord of the Rings.” This long-awaited fantasy series is now streaming. 
“The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power,” now streaming on Prime Video
At long last, Amazon Prime Video’s series adaptation of the cult classic 1992 film “A League of Their Own” has arrived. And according to critics, it doesn’t play around.
“A League of Their Own” follows World War II-era athletes playing for the Rockford Peaches in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. The series stars Abbi Jacobson, Chanté Adams and D’Arcy Carden. 
“A League of Their Own,” now streaming on Prime Video
Ready to find out who will be America’s next best fashion designer? Season three of Amazon Prime Video’s “Making the Cut” is currently strutting down the streaming runway. Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn host alongside judges Nicole Richie, Jeremy Scott and a rotating roster of guest judges as 12 designers face off to prove their design skills.
“Making the Cut” Season 3, streaming now on Prime Video
Fans of the fashion design series can also shop the looks created by their favorite competitors at the “Making the Cut” Amazon Fashion storefront.
Shop the “Making the Cut” collection on Amazon
Isabel “Belly” Conklin’s family spends every summer at the beach home of her mother’s lifelong friend, Susannah. But this summer is different. At 16, Belly isn’t a kid anymore. And Susannah’s handsome teenage sons, Conrad and Jeremiah, have definitely noticed.
From the author of “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before,” this much-buzzed-about coming-of-age romance (which has already been renewed for a season two) shows all signs of becoming a cultural touchstone for 2022.
“The Summer I Turned Pretty,” now streaming on Prime Video
In a world where superheroes are treated as gods and behave as villains, a group of vigilantes (the Boys) are on a quest to expose the powerful figures’ dirty secrets. Season three of Prime Video’s “The Boys” sees the return of Antony Starr, Karl Urban, Jack Quaid and Erin Moriarty.
“The Boys,” now streaming on Prime Video
Four ’80’s-era paper girls accidentally find themselves in 2019 and get caught in the crossfire between two other warring groups of time-travelers. To find their way home, the girls need help from the only people they can trust: their future selves. Ali Wong stars in this thrilling new sci-fi series, based on the best-selling graphic novel “Paper Girls.”
“Paper Girls,” now streaming 
The “Juice” singer scouts new backup dancers for her world tour in a new reality show, “Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls.” Ten contenders are moving into the Big Grrrls House, where they’ll work together across eight episodes to see who has what it takes to share the stage with the pop icon. 
“Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls,” now streaming 
In a future where people have hacked death by creating a digital heaven they can “upload” into when their time comes, a freshly-dead computer programmer enters a luxe virtual afterlife after a mysterious accident. “Upload” stars Robbie Amell, Andy Allo and Allegra Edwards and comes from the mind of “Parks and Recreation” co-creator Greg Daniels. 
“Upload,” now streaming
Looking to upgrade your viewing experience at home so you can watch the latest shows, this month’s big football game, the 2023 Puppy Bowl and more? Keep reading to check out the best deals on 4K TVs, TV stands and more. 
According to the brand, this LG TV designed to compete with Samsung’s “The Frame” features a gallery design that “hugs the wall.” This smart TV is meant to blend in seamlessly with any other wall art you might have. 
The OLED TV features 4K-upscaling, a Filmmaker Mode to enhance your viewing experience with Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos, plus built-in access to Netflix, Prime Video, Apple TV plus, Disney Plus and LG channels.
An Amazon customer called the TV “the best 4K panel I’ve ever owned.” “The panel actually does look like wall art hanging in my viewing room,” they commented.
65″ LG G2 series OLED evo Gallery Edition smart TV, $1,997 (regularly $3,000)
We’ve found another OLED TV option from LG. This smart TV features a brilliant OLED display and a 120 Hz refresh rate. It also uses AI technology to detect changes in scenes and genres, adjusting the display accordingly. This LG TV upgrades your home cinema experience with Cinema HDR, Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos. It includes built-in access to Netflix, Prime Video, Apple TV+, Disney+ and LG channels.
It’s on sale at Amazon now.
55″ LG OLED C1 series 4K TV, $1,239 (reduced from $1,500)
This top-rated TCL Roku TV is an ultra-affordable option that uses the user-friendly Roku interface.
“I recently bought this tv last week and I’m really impressed with it amazing picture, great sound and easy set up,” wrote a Walmart customer. “If you want a tv that’s affordable TCL is the way to go. I don’t have anything negative to say about the tv and I would buy TV’s again from this brand in the near future.”
65″ TCL Roku 4K smart TV, $368
Watch your shows, movies and games in all their glory with this 50-inch TCL set. The 4K TV features QLED technology, 4K resolution and Dolby Vision. 
All those features together improve the sharpness, brightness, color and contrast of an image.
50″ TCL 5-Series with 4K resolution, $366 (reduced from $600)
This 75-inch Amazon Fire TV offers a 4K UHD display and enhanced color and clarity thanks to Dolby Vision. 
The TV also supports voice control with Amazon Alexa. Its high-quality picture quality and large size make this TV a solid choice for football fans — plus, it’s hard to find such a big screen at such a low price.
75″ Amazon Fire TV Omni series 4K smart TV, $720 (reduced from $1,100)
This Amazon streaming stick with a new Wi-Fi antenna design is optimized for 4K streaming. The Amazon Fire TV Stick pairs with compatible Bluetooth headphones and comes equipped with Alexa-enabled voice-control technology. 
Amazon Fire TV Stick with 4K Ultra HD, $30 (reduced from $50)
Danica Creahan is an expert on streaming for CBS Essentials. When she’s not evaluating the best new shows and movies to stream or comparing every way to watch NCAA March Madness this year, she’s probably out playing with — or shopping for — her dog.
First published on February 10, 2023 / 1:19 PM
The “Super Slide” has been temporarily closed due to the growing crack in a cliff in the Royal Arches formation near the climbing route, Yosemite’s website says.
Phoenix residents are expected to experience sweltering temperatures as high as 114 degrees Fahrenheit over the weekend.
The controversial buoys are intended to deter migrants from crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.
One of several protesters glued his feet to the stadium floor, delaying the match nearly 50 minutes.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has intercepted 8,000 pounds of fentanyl chemical precursors in the past three months, officials say.
In San Francisco, the “One Chip Challenge” gave one family quite a scare.
It may seem paradoxical, but the aging boomer population is sparking more demand for housing, Barclays said.
Paqui, the makers of the “One Chip Challenge,” announced on Thursday they are removing the spicy tortilla chip from shelves.
No potentially affected product remains on the market following a recall of oysters harvested from two state-approved beds.
New research suggests that moving top-performing employees up the ranks can up intended consequences. Here’s why.
Former President Donald Trump is helping one co-defendant, his former personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, by appearing at a fundraiser for him Thursday night.
Vice President Kamala Harris told “Face the Nation” that Republicans’ attacks on her are “not new.”
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis sent a sharply worded response to GOP Rep. Jim Jordan after he demanded more information about her investigation.
A jury in Washington, D.C., convicted the former Trump administration official following a trial that lasted just over a day.
Trump would be the sixth of 19 defendants in the case to seek to move their case to federal court.
No potentially affected product remains on the market following a recall of oysters harvested from two state-approved beds.
Bruce Springsteen​ announced he is postponing concerts to get treatment for peptic ulcer disease, which occurs when an open sore develops on the inside lining of the stomach.
The FDA has lengthened the shelf lives of some COVID-19 tests that still deliver accurate results past their printed expiration dates.
These credit cards are offered at health care offices to pay for services, but they come with some serious downsides, experts say.
Scientists say the work fuels hope for research on early-pregnancy complications, but also shows the urgent need for “robust regulatory framework.”
The dramatic escape from a British prison by Daniel Khalife has been called “pre-planned” by London’s police chief as a wide-scale manhunt to find the terror suspect enters its third day.
Suspended soccer federation president Luis Rubiales is accused of assault for kissing Jenni Hermoso without her consent after their World Cup win.
A healthy caver could climb out of Turkey’s Morca cave in about 15 hours, but it could take weeks to get Mark Dickey out after he suffered internal bleeding.
Meteorologists forecast large ocean swells will reach the U.S. and British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, the Bahamas, Bermuda and Hispaniola by the weekend.
In India, President Biden will pitch the message that the American economy is strong, and a model for other countries.
Actor Danny Masterson, best known for his role in the sitcom “That ’70s Show,” was sentenced in a Los Angeles courtroom Thursday to 30 years to life in prison after being convicted of drugging and raping two women in 2003. Carter Evans reports.
Danny Masterson was convicted in May of raping two women in 2003 when he starred on the hit sitcom “That ’70s Show.”
The pages of song lyrics show what “Bohemian Rhapsody” was originally titled.
Emmy-winning actor Jeff Daniels and his son Ben Daniels join “CBS Mornings” to discuss their latest collaboration, an audio memoir titled “Alive and Well Enough.”
Peptic ulcer disease occurs when an open sore develops on the inside lining of the stomach and the upper portion of the small intestine.
A new report by Microsoft says China is using artificial intelligence to influence voters in the U.S. CBS News intelligence and national security reporter Olivia Gazis has more on the type of AI imagery and content being put out as part of the cyber campaign.
The “iPhone of robots” could soon work alongside humans in warehouses and manufacturing plants, according to electronics maker Apptronik.
“Cars seem to have really flown under the privacy radar and I’m really hoping that we can help remedy that because they are truly awful,” the study’s head said.
Billionaire blames the civil rights group’s analysis of hate speech on X for the social platform’s falling ad revenue.
Cybersecurity experts warn that scammers are using voice deepfakes to trick banks into moving customers’ money, according to a new report from the New York Times. Stacy Cowley, finance reporter for the New York Times, joined CBS News to discuss the scam.
Scientists say the work fuels hope for research on early-pregnancy complications, but also shows the urgent need for “robust regulatory framework.”
Earth keeps on warming, according to a new “State of the Climate” report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. CBS News senior national and environmental correspondent Ben Tracy has more on the findings.
The bird-like dinosaur from the Jurassic period had a “bizarre assembly” of features, researchers said.
“Climate breakdown has begun,” U.N. chief says, adding: “The dog days of summer are not just barking, they are biting.”
The “dramatic and exciting discovery” tells a story of empire and rebellion, of long-distance conquest and local insurrection.
The judge wrote that the crime was “ghastly, disturbing, and draped in unmitigated evil” and warranted the harshest punishment allowed by law.
The infant, dubbed “Baby Mary” by a police chaplain, was found by two young boys in a secluded park in Mendham Township.
In an unmarked building at an undisclosed location in California, hidden in a vault and locked behind security gates, are thousands of pounds of fentanyl and its chemical precursors seized by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers. Nicole Sganga has more.
Actor Danny Masterson, best known for his role in the sitcom “That ’70s Show,” was sentenced in a Los Angeles courtroom Thursday to 30 years to life in prison after being convicted of drugging and raping two women in 2003. Carter Evans reports.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has seized thousands of pounds of fentanyl and its chemical precursors. CBS News homeland security and justice reporter Nicole Sganga was given a rare, up-close look at the fight against synthetic opioids.
None of the asteroids pose any threat to Earth, according to NASA’s Asteroid Watch dashboard.
A fireball streaked across the sky Sunday night, speeding across several U.S. states, including Maryland and Pennsylvania.
The Crew Dragon put on a spectacular show as it descended across Florida in a blaze of super-heated plasma.
A SpaceX Crew Dragon carrying a four-man crew headed home in the final chapter of a long-duration station stay.
The powerful James Webb Space Telescope revealed “crescent-like structures” within the SN 1987A supernova.
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What Angelina Fernandes saw the night her mother was accused of murder.
A look back at the esteemed personalities who’ve left us this year, who’d touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity.
How prosecutors made the case that the Wisconsin man killed his parents Bart and Krista Halderson in July 2021.
On Nov. 11, 2012, Jake Nolan accompanied his psychiatrist cousin to a NYC Home Depot where she purchased a sledgehammer; 24 hours later, it became a key piece of evidence in a crime that ended with Nolan and her ex-lover in the hospital.
A Utah mother known for her strict yet controversial parenting advice on her once popular YouTube channel is expected to appear in court Friday. Ruby Franke faces six felony counts of aggravated child abuse after two of her children were allegedly found abused and malnourished. CBS News’ Nancy Chen reports.
Fentanyl kills more than 70,000 people in the U.S. every year. CBS News gets an exclusive look at the secret government bunker where U.S. Customs and Border Protection screens mail and packages for fentanyl shipped into the U.S. Homeland security and justice correspondent Nicole Sganga reports from Los Angeles.
One year into the reign of King Charles III, most Britons still have a positive view of the monarchy. But as CBS News’ Holly WIlliams reports, a recent British survey shows a dip in support and anti-monarchists say their cause has been energized.
Rescue workers from around the world are rushing to help American caver Mark Dickey, who is stuck in a Turkish cave after falling ill. CBS News’ Ramy Inocencio reports.
Danny Masterson was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison for raping two women 20 years ago. Prosecutors said the rapes occurred in 2003 while Masterson, now 47, was starring in the hit sitcom “That ’70s Show.” Masterson and his lawyers insist he’s innocent and say they plan to appeal. CBS News’ Carter Evans reports.
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