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Here’s What’s About To Hit Netflix
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As you know, content comes and goes on Netflix. Each week, we’re bringing you a list of titles that you’ll be able to stream in the U.S. in the coming days.

This week’s list isn’t the most exciting one we’ve seen in recent memory, but just remember, House of Cards is coming back on the 14th. The company announced this past week that it’s been renewed for a third season. We also learned that Carrie herself (Sissy Spacek) will be joining the still as-of-yet original thriller coming to Netflix last year.

Here’s what’s about to become available.

Available on 02/07:

Cottage Country (2013)

Malin Akerman, Tyler Labine, Lucy Punch, Dan Petronijevic, Benjamin Ayres, Kenneth Welsh

What was mean to be the venue for a perfect proposal turns into the scene of a far-from-perfect crime when the groom-to-be’s brother ends up dead. Homicidal honeys Todd and Cammie only make matter worse by trying to cover up the “accident.”

Available on 02/08:

Primates of the Seven Seas (2013)

Jason J. Lewis, Rachael Zinin, Anthony Jenkins, John Littlerocks, Phil Meyers, Paul Stowe, Jru Driscoll

In a crazy, animated world of monkeys, beach officer Marco Macao finds himself facing a dangerous mission after he discovers a casino owner’s evil plans. Joining a band of monkey pirates, Marco sets out to save his island home and his sweetheart.

Saving General Yang (2013)

Xu Fan, Adam Cheng, Ekin Cheng, Yu Bo, Vic Chau, Li Chen, Wu Chun, Ady An, Fu Xin Bo, Raymond Lam

In northeast China, 986 AD, the Khitan army abducts a general, leaving his wife and seven sons to rescue him — and fall into their deadly trap. The young men set out with a band of fighters to face an army of thousands and bring their father home.

The Rooftop (2013)

Jay Chou, Xueqi Wang, Eric Tsang, Fan Xu, Alan Ko, Hsin Ai Lee, Devon Song, Kenny Bee

Song and dance meet Kung Fu fighting in this over-the-top musical action flick written and directed by Jay Chou, who also stars. In the fantasy world of the film, two communities try to coexist with mixed results and many musical numbers.

Available on 2/11

Bridezillas: Season 10

Some weddings may be fairy tales come true, but these ceremonies are more like nightmares due to the unreasonable demands, temper tantrums and explosive behavior of the brides involved, as revealed in this addictive reality series.

Danland (2012)

Dan Lear has become famous for creating amateur porn films that swap flashiness for rough, unimaginative sex. This documentary examines Lear’s psychology and what prompted him to leave his white-collar lifestyle for a far more unorthodox profession.

The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec (2010)

Louise Bourgoin, Mathieu Amalric, Gilles Lellouche, Jean-Paul Rouve, Jacky Nercessian, Philippe Nahon

On a mission in Egypt, adventurer Adèle must retrieve a sarcophagus and tote it back to Europe, while fending off her nemesis, archaeologist Dieuleveult. But her efforts are complicated by a scientist who has let loose a Pterodactyl above Paris.

The Network (2013)

This documentary tells the story of TOLO, Afghanistan’s first independent TV network, and the family that grew it into the nation’s largest broadcaster. The film follows the expansive staff, which faces an uncertain future as foreign troops withdraw.

The Summit (2012)

Combining interviews, archival footage and re-creations, filmmaker Nick Ryan sets out to uncover what went wrong when 11 people died on their way up the infamous K2 — the deadliest day in modern mountaineering history.

Were the World Mine (2008)

Tanner Cohen, Wendy Robie, Judy McLane, Nathaniel David Becker, Zelda Williams, Christian Stolte

When his drama teacher casts him as Puck in his school’s upcoming production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Timothy turns in an inspired performance, whipping up a fittingly Shakespearean love potion with the power to turn people gay.

Available on 2/12:

Ingenious (2009)

Dallas Roberts, Jeremy Renner, Ayelet Zurer, Marguerite Moreau, Amanda Anka, Richard Kind

After years of failure, an off-the-wall inventor and his fast-talking salesman friend watch their business go belly up. Convinced one of their gadgets will be the key to riches, the partners bank on one last brainstorm to change their fortunes.

Lab Rats: Season 2

When high schooler Leo moves into his stepfather’s home, he’s surprised to learn he has three stepsiblings — each with bionic powers. Leo decides to help the previously isolated “special” siblings learn how to operate in the outside world.

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