February on Paramount+ – highlights include Kickin’ It, A Bloody Lucky Day, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, Halo, Jersey Shore: Family Vacation, Dora: Say Hola to Adventure, NCIS, NCIS: Hawaii, The Neighborhood, Willie Nelson and Family, FBI, FBI: International, FBI: Most Wanted, 100 Days to Indy, Ghosts, So Help Me Todd, Blue Bloods, Fire Country, The Family Stallone, Big Nate, Rock Paper Scissors and As We Speak: Rap Music on Trial.

February on Paramount+

Football In February

ALL MONTH LONG

ACTION-PACKED FOOTBALL

In football action galore in February with stacks of local and international round ball action on offer on Paramount+.

The AFC Asian Cup knockout stages are underway with all matches on Paramount+. How deep can the Subway Socceroos go in the competition? Which country will be crowned champions of Asia in the Final on Sunday, 11 February?

The Emirates FA Cup fifth round gets underway in late February as sides battle it out to book their place in the Quarterfinals.

Then, the beloved CommBank Matildas play their AFC Olympic Qualifiers against Uzbekistan, win and the Tillies book their place at the 2024 Olympic Games.

Locally, the Isuzu UTE A-League Men and Liberty A-League Women’s seasons continue with plenty of blockbuster matches including a Tillies teammate showdown when Tameka Yallop’s Brisbane Roar host Lydia Williams and Alex Chidiac’s Melbourne Victory, and the Men’s Melbourne Derby on Saturday, 17 February.

February on Paramount+

Kickin’ It

Season One

THURSDAY, 1 FEBRUARY

EXCLUSIVE SPORTS TALK SHOW / BATCH DROP THEN WEEKLY

CBS Sports Kickin’ It is a weekly soccer show not only about soccer.

Led by Kate Abdo, Clint Dempsey, Mo Edu and Charlie Davies – the goal is to showcase a more personal and relatable side to the biggest stars and celebrities in and around the sport through unfiltered and organic conversation.

February on Paramount+

A Bloody Lucky Day

THURSDAY, 1 FEBRUARY

EXCLUSIVE NEW SERIES / BATCH DROP

In upcoming original South Korean thriller series, A Bloody Lucky Day, Oh Taek is a down-on-his-luck taxi driver having an uncharacteristic streak of good fortune when he agrees to drive a mysterious man named Geum Hyuk-soo to a faraway city in exchange for an exorbitant fare. But when the passenger reveals himself to be a serial killer, confessing to grisly crimes in his past and murdering others on the highway, the taxi driver must play mind games to ensure his lucky streak doesn’t come to a deadly end.

A Bloody Lucky Day stars actors Lee Sung-min (Reborn Rich) as Oh Taek, Yoo Yeon-seok (Narco-Saints) as Geum Hyuk-soo and Lee Jung-eun (Parasite) as Hwang Soon-gyu, and is based on the Naver Webtoon A Day of Bad Luck by Aporia. The ten-episode series is directed by Pil Gam-seong (Hostage: Missing Celebrity) and written by Kim Min-sung and Song Han-na.

February on Paramount+

Transformers: Rise Of The Beasts

SUNDAY, 4 FEBRUARY

NEW ACTION FEATURE

Epic action-adventure film based on Hasbro’s iconic Transformers™ action figures, Transformers: Rise Of The Beasts is the seventh installment of the hit Paramount Pictures film franchise.

Returning to the action and spectacle that have captured moviegoers around the world, the film takes audiences on a ‘90s globetrotting adventure with the Autobots and introduces a whole new faction of Transformer – the Maximals – to join them as allies in the existing battle for earth.

February on Paramount+

Halo

Season Two

THURSDAY, 8 FEBRUARY

EXCLUSIVE NEW SEASON / TWO EPISODES THEN WEEKLY

In season two of Halo, Master Chief John-117 (Pablo Schreiber) leads his team of elite Spartans against the alien threat known as the Covenant. In the wake of a shocking event on a desolate planet, John cannot shake the feeling that his war is about to change and risks everything to prove what no one else will believe – that the Covenant is preparing to attack humanity’s greatest stronghold. With the galaxy on the brink, John embarks on a journey to find the key to
humankind’s salvation, or its extinction: the Halo.

Led by showrunner and executive producer David Wiener (Brave New World), the series takes place in the universe that first debuted in 2001 with the launch of Xbox®’s first Halo game. Dramatising an epic 26th-century conflict between humanity and an alien threat known as the Covenant, Halo the series weaves deeply drawn personal stories with action, adventure and a richly imagined vision of the future.

February on Paramount+

Jersey Shore: Family Vacation

Season Seven

SATURDAY, 10 FEBRUARY

EXCLUSIVE NEW SEASON / WEEKLY EPISODES

Get ready for another wild ride as the fist-pumping, shore-loving crew is back in Jersey Shore: Family Vacation Season Seven.

The gang, comprising the stars of the original series, Jersey Shore, are set to bring more fun, laughter, and unforgettable moments to your screens.

This season, the spotlight is on the much-anticipated return of Ronnie Ortiz-Magro. As always, the cast embarks on a new adventure, exploring different vacation destinations with their significant others and children in tow. From Pauly D’s legendary pranks to the classic meatball moments featuring Deena and Snooki, and the ongoing banter between Vinny and Angelina, the upcoming season promises to deliver non-stop entertainment.

February on Paramount+

Dora: Say Hola To Adventure!

MONDAY, 12 FEBRUARY

EXCLUSIVE KIDS ANIMATED SPECIAL

It’s Dora, the world’s most famous exploradora, like you’ve

never seen her before! Join her and all her friends for brand new, magical adventures in the rainforest!

The new Dora series features the voices of Diana Zermeño as Dora, Asher Spence as Boots, Marc Weiner as Swiper, Anairis Quiñones as Map and The Fiesta Trio’s armadillo, Maria Canals-Barrera as Abuela, Danny Burstein as Grumpy Old Troll, and The Fiesta Trio’s frog and marmoset, Katarina Sky as Backpack, Donovan Monzon-Sanders as Tico, Tandi Fomukong as Isa, Quintún Muñoz as Benny, and Chris Gifford as Big Red Chicken.

February on Paramount+

NCIS

Season 21

TUESDAY, 13 FEBRUARY

BRAND NEW SEASON / WEEKLY

In NCIS Season 20, Torres went deep undercover as a prison inmate in an attempt to stop a Russian terrorist plot. Fortunately, he and the NCIS team managed to prevent an attack. But the trouble wasn’t over for Torres. While behind bars, he spotted a man from his past visiting a fellow prisoner.

The young inmate, who was serving time for fraud, told Torres that the man was his mother’s boyfriend who was supposedly helping with his case, but he didn’t trust him. Torres told the other inmate he was right to be suspicious and that he’d likely been framed.

Now, in NCIS Season 21, ‘Algún Día,’ the team must help Torres when he puts his future at stake by confronting the man who tormented his family when he was a child. But what has Torres done by the time he returns to the office. How much will he tell the rest of the team? And how much might they already know?

February on Paramount+

NCIS: Hawai’i

Season Three

TUESDAY, 13 FEBRUARY

BRAND NEW SEASON / WEEKLY

As NCIS Special Agent Jane Tennant navigates her return to duty after successfully passing her medical and psych evaluations, she is taken aback when she discovers that her final interview is conducted by none other than Sam Hanna.

Meanwhile, the NCIS: Hawai’i team stumbles upon a significant breach in the U.S. Marshal’s database, posing a threat to national security. With potential consequences looming large, Tennant and the team are forced to spring into action. To tackle this high-stakes situation, Sam Hanna decides to join Tennant on a trip to Las Vegas, where the traces of the cyber intrusion lead them.

February on Paramount+

The Neighbourhood

Season Six

TUESDAY, 13 FEBRUARY

EXCLUSIVE NEW SEASON / WEEKLY

The new season of The Neighbourhood will bring viewers back to Los Angeles to catch up with Dave (Greenfield) and the Johnsons as they continue to try and adjust to life outside the Midwest, and how their neighbours like Calvin (Cedric the Entertainer) and Tina continue to be bemused by their sheltered worldview.

Max Greenfield reprises his role as Dave Johnson, with Beth Behr reprising her role as his wife Gemma. Their son, Grover, will be once again portrayed by Hank Greenspan. Cedric the Entertainer is once again Calvin Butler, and Calvin’s wife Tina is played by Tichina Arnold. Their eldest son Malcolm is Sheaun McKinney, with younger brother Marty portrayed by Marcel Spears.

February on Paramount+

Willie Nelson & Family

TUESDAY, 13 FEBRUARY

EXCLUSIVE NEW DOCUMENTARY / BATCH DROP

Exploring the extraordinary life of one of the world’s most talented music icons, Willie Nelson & Family is the first and only authorised work about the groundbreaking, multi-hyphenate artist who is universally beloved by fans from all walks of life.

Presented by MTV Entertainment Studios, in association with 101 Studios, Blackbird Presents Films and Sight Unseen, the four-part series delves into the unparalleled seven-decade career of Willie Nelson, 90, who has carved his rightful place among the greatest singer-songwriter and guitar players of all time, and underscores both his personal and professional highs and lows.

At turns spiritual, dramatic and playful, the film spotlights the badass American outlaw cowboy who transcended his humble beginnings in small-town Abbott, Texas, and speaks volumes through his lyrics and melodies, philanthropy, marijuana advocacy and activism on behalf of the American farmer.

February on Paramount+

FBI

Season Six

WEDNESDAY, 14 FEBRUARY

BRAND NEW SEASON / WEEKLY

FBI Season Six returns with a gripping start as a devastating bus explosion claims the lives of numerous innocent people. The elite team swiftly springs into action, determined to dismantle the terrorist organisation responsible.

Meanwhile, Special Agent Scola faces the challenging task of striking a balance between fatherhood and the demands of his job.

February on Paramount+

FBI: International

Season Three

WEDNESDAY, 14 FEBRUARY

EXCLUSIVE NEW SEASON / WEEKLY

In FBI: International Season Three, the team confronts chaos after a massive explosion rocks their headquarters.

With the aid of their new intelligence analyst, Special Agent Amanda Tate, they diligently work to piece together the aftermath, striving to apprehend a slippery key suspect who has managed to elude them.

February on Paramount+

FBI: Most Wanted

Season Five

WEDNESDAY, 14 FEBRUARY

BRAND NEW SEASON / WEEKLY

FBI: Most Wanted Season Five unfolds with intense drama when a mysterious deal takes a dangerous turn. The team, assisted by a familiar face and the latest addition, Special Agent Nina Chase, races against time to unravel the intricate puzzle. Meanwhile, Remy continues to grapple with the repercussions of connecting with his long-lost nephew, adding a personal dimension to the high-stakes investigations.

February on Paramount+

100 Days To Indy

THURSDAY, 15 FEBRUARY

NEW SPORTS DOCUMENTARY / BATCH DROP

Produced by Penske Entertainment and VICE Media Group, the six-part series will take fans behind the scenes to chronicle the bold and brash personalities of the NTT IndyCar Series as they begin the 2023 season and start their quest for the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, May 28 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

February on Paramount+

Ghosts

Season Three

FRIDAY, 16 FEBRUARY

EXCLUSIVE NEW SEASON / WEEKLY

Prepare for another hauntingly delightful season as the spectral inhabitants of Woodstone Mansion return in Ghosts Season Three.

Sam, Jay and the remaining ghosts unravel the mystery of which ghost passed into the afterlife. Meanwhile, Sam and Jay must relocate an owl in order to do construction on the barn to turn it into Jay’s restaurant.

February on Paramount+

So Help Me Todd

Season Two

FRIDAY, 16 FEBRUARY

EXCLUSIVE NEW SEASON / WEEKLY

So Help Me Todd Season Two returns with a story that could set the table for a totally new dynamic.

In the season premiere, Iceland Was Horrible – Margaret and Todd tackle a case involving a murder on live local morning news and must rethink their working relationship after Todd decides to open his own PI business

Blue Bloods

Season 14, Part One

SATURDAY, 17 FEBRUARY

EXCLUSIVE NEW SERIES/ WEEKLY EPISODES

Blue Bloods returns for its 14th and final season, bidding a heartfelt farewell to the beloved Reagan family. The long-running police series, featuring an ensemble cast led by Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg, Will Estes, Bridget Moynahan, and Vanessa Ray, promises an emotional and satisfying conclusion.

The final season follows the seasoned police commissioner of New York, Frank Reagan, skillfully portrayed by Tom Selleck, as he faces the dual challenges of his demanding professional life and the intricacies of family dynamics. Frank’s two children, one navigating the complexities of law enforcement and the other immersed in the legal world, add layers of complexity to his journey.

Fire Country

Season Two

SATURDAY, 17 FEBRUARY

BRAND NEW SEASON / WEEKLY

As Fire Country’s highly awaited second season unfolds, the premiere episode, Something’s Coming, immerses viewers once again in the gripping world of the series.

Bode, our young protagonist seeking redemption, is unexpectedly back within prison walls, where startling news disrupts the newfound purpose he had been chasing. Concurrently, the brave members of station 42 confront an unparalleled challenge as Edgewater is rocked to its core by a massive earthquake, pushing both the crew and the town to the limits of their resilience.

February on Paramount+

The Family Stallone

Season Two

THURSDAY, 22 FEBRUARY

NEW SEASON / BATCH DROP

This season, after four decades as one of Los Angeles’ most famous families, the Stallone’s are leaving Hollywood for good and moving east.

With daughters Sophia and Sistine following their dreams in New York City and Scarlet navigating college and a new love in Miami, Sly and Jen set up roots in Palm Beach as empty nesters. But distance can’t keep this family apart as the season culminates in a life-changing trip to Italy to explore their family history, rekindle love and make a lifetime of memories.

February on Paramount+

Big Nate

(Season Two B)

TUESDAY, 27 FEBRUARY

BRAND NEW EPISODES / TWO EPISODES THEN DAILY

Big Nate is adapted from the best-selling children’s books and comic strip and follows Nate and his best friends as they navigate sixth grade with humour and style.

In season two, the hilarious and heart-filled hijinks that define the series will dive deeper into the backstories of Nate’s friends, introduce Nate’s grandparents and more.

February on Paramount+

Rock Paper Scissors

WEDNESDAY, 28 FEBRUARY

BRAND NEW SERIES / BATCH DROP

In the whimsical world of Rock Paper Scissors, the titular characters, Rock, Paper, and Scissors, form an inseparable trio of best friends and roommates. Their endearing camaraderie is evident as they engage in loving yet uproarious competitions that often unfold in wildly absurd ways.

Season one unfolds with the trio embarking on a series of outrageous escapades, from a global game of hide-and-seek to evading the birthday police, defending the world against an alien invasion, confronting the mischievous Rat Bros, and much more.

The series humorously captures the misadventures and hijinks of these playful roommates, revealing their unbreakable bond forged through shared love for wacky nonsense. Despite their constant competition and playful pranks, Rock, Paper, and Scissors always find solace and connection in their mutual affection for the delightfully absurd.

February on Paramount+

As We Speak: Rap Music On Trial

WEDNESDAY, 28 FEBRUARY

EXCLUSIVE MUSIC DOCUMENTARY

As We Speak is a feature documentary that explores the growing weaponisation of rap lyrics in the United States criminal justice system. For the last 30-years, law enforcement have quietly used rap artist’s artistic creations as evidence in criminal cases with alarming efficacy. Prosecutors ask jurors to suspend the distinction between author and narrator, reality and fiction, and to read lyrics as literal confessions of guilt.

No other art form is exploited like this in court, and the tactic relies on racist stereotypes about rap music and the young men of colour who are its primary creators.

The documentary follows Bronx rap artist Kemba (NPR) as he journeys through today’s meccas of hip-hop, building the case for black lyrics via intimate conversations with rap artists, academics, politicians, legal experts and music industry executives.

February on Paramount+

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February on Paramount+

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