Absolutely binge-worthy and well worth the wait

Looking for new shows to binge? You’ve come to the right place. Below, check out five new and exciting films and series to catch this February, including the final instalment in the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before film trilogy, as well as true crime docuseries and more.
 

Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel
 


 

If Netflix series such as Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer and Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer have seriously intrigued you, then mark your calendars for Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel. Debuting on the popular streaming platform on Feb 10 is this show that deep dives into one of crime’s darkest places, a Los Angeles budget hotel with a checkered past. It will also focus on the mysterious disappearance of guest Elisa Lam; be warned that this true crime docuseries is probably not for the faint-of-heart.
 

Fake Famous
 


 

Our society definitely has an obsession with social media. With so many teens aspiring to be social media influencers, Fake Famous by tech journalist Nick Bilton will be exploring just that. In this experiment that transforms three average Joes into social media influencers, there’s a catch—the followers they have obtained are completely fake. See how this all goes down on HBO starting Feb 2.
 

Firefly Lane
 


 

It’s easy to overlook a mini drama series like Firefly Lane, but here’s why you shouldn’t. The soon-to-premiere on Netflix show will be starring Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke as best friends, with their close friendship facing the “ultimate test”. While we won’t offer spoilers, you can always try picking up the novel it is based on, before the show gets released on Feb 3.
 

River Where the Moon Rises
 


 

Leading pan-regional OTT video streaming service Viu is about to unveil its latest Viu Original, River Where the Moon Rises. Premiering exclusively on Viu come Feb 15, see this adaptation of a Korean folktale portray Princess Pyeonggang’s quest to uncover dark and dangerous conspiracies in the kingdom. With popular South Korean stars Kim So Hyun and Ji Soo at the helm of the series, you can bet River Where the Moon Rises will steal hearts and entice K-drama lovers all across Singapore.
 

To All The Boys: Always And Forever
 


 

It is the final instalment in Netflix's To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before film series, and the upcoming American teen romcom will once again peek into the lives of Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky. Only this time, the teens are on the cusp of adulthood and are preparing to leave high school. So in this High School Musical 3: Senior Year reminiscent movie, see LJ take a family trip to Korea and contemplate her college plans, with and without Kavinsky.