There are many reasons to love the month of February. Aside from holidays like Valentine’s Day and President’s Day (hopefully a three-day weekend of streaming is in your future!), the month is loaded with entertainment. It’s time to fall back in love your favorite TV shows like Billions, Girls and The Walking Dead, and get to know some hot new flings including the highly anticipated Santa Clarita Diet on Netflix and 24: Legacy on FOX.

Did we miss any of your favorites?

February 1

The 100 (The CW – free the next day)

The 100 tells the post-apocalyptic story of the Arkers and the Grounders. Season 4 kicks off with the world facing yet another nuclear war. Will they survive again?

February 2

Powerless (next day on NBC, live in select markets on PlayStation Vue)

Powerless stars Vanessa Hudgens who works at an insurance company tasked with protecting citizens from the damage caused by Superheroes and Supervillains. Also stars Danny Pudi, Ron Funches, and Christina Kirk.

February 3

Santa Clarita Diet (Netflix)

Joel and Shiela are a married couple (Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant) working together as realtors in sunny Santa Clarita. A surprising change takes over Sheila forcing the family down an unexpected path.

February 5

24: Legacy (next day on FOX NOW, live in select markets on PlayStation Vue)

The clock resets with the reboot of FOX’s hit, 24. 24: Legacy features a new cast including Corey Hawkins (Straight Outta Compton, The Walking Dead), who plays a military hero who returns home to the U.S. to prevent yet another large-scale terrorist attack. Miranda Otto, Jimmy Smits and Dan Bucatinsky also star in the new series premiering at the conclusion of Super Bowl LI.

February 8

Legion (next day on FXNOW, live on Sling TV and PlayStation Vue)

Based on the Marvel Comics, Legion stars Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey), a schizophrenic who has been in and out of psychiatric hospitals all his life. Now in his 30s he struggles with the chance that the voices he hears and the visions he sees may actually be real. Also stars Aubrey Plaza, Rachel Keller, Jean Smart, Katie Aselton, Jemaine Clement, and Bill Irwin.

February 12

Girls (HBO NOW)

The final season of Girls returns with exciting professional success for Hannah (finally!) and Shoshanna. Both Marnie and Ray, and Adam and Jessa are coupled up. It’s also chock full of guest stars – Matthew Rhys, Tracey Ullman and Riz Ahmed, to name a few.

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO NOW)

The Emmy Award-winning Last Week Tonight with John Oliver breaks news on a weekly basis. And if you know John, you know this season will be full of satire and surprises.

The Walking Dead mid-season premiere (next day on AMC, live on Sling TV and PlayStation Vue)

After a grim first half of the season for Rick and the group, the mid-season finale left us with a glimmer of hope. Will they be able to rise up against the Saviors?

February 19

Big Little Lies (HBO NOW)

Based on Liane Moriarty’s best selling book, Big Little Lies tells the tale of three mothers with dirty secrets. The all-star cast includes Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley, Alexander Skarsgard, Laura Dern, Adam Scott and Zoe Kravitz.

Billions (SHOWTIME)

The battle between U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades and hedge fund king Bobby Axelrod continues in season 2, as both relentless men refuse to back down.

The Good Fight (CBS All Access)

A spinoff from the hit The Good Wife, The Good Fight follows the trials and tribulations of partner Diane Lockhart, of the legal firm Stern, Lockhart and Gardner.

February 27

The Voice (next day on NBC, live in select markets on PlayStation Vue)

Grammy Award-winning artist Gwen Stefani returns as a coach for season 12, joining megastars Alicia Keys, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton and host Carson Daly.

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  • stuart

    Looks like you’ve got an old copy for Powerless. They retooled a bit after the initial pilot. It is now more Better Off Ted rather than The Office.

    • Thanks for letting us know, Stuart! How did you like the pilot?

      • stuart

        I haven’t watched it yet but with Danny Pudi and Ron Funches, I remain optimistic.

  • Anita Rushlow

    I am new to Roku. Will I be able to watch Grey’s Anatomy in real time? Or will I have to wait? If so, how long? Thanks for your help!


      It depends. I don’t have cable anymore, but I do have a Playstation Vue subscription. I can watch it live or “record” it Otherwise, I can’t think of another way you can watch it live/ Playstation Vue, Sling, or the CBS roku channel, but you have to pay a monthly fee for any of those.

      • Matt Reid

        Find a relative that has a cable or satellite service and see if they will let you have their pwd. You put that in your Roku and free ABC CBS NBC AMC A&E, etc. Cost you nothing and Cost your relative nothing to let you have it.

    • I don’t know of any live options for the major networks on Roku. DirecTV’s streaming service should launch soon, but they haven’t finished the app/channel yet. For now, I think you’d need a Hulu+ subscription. That’s an ABC show, right? Most of the network stuff I watch is available next day on Hulu.

      • Matt Reid

        ABC does for sure. I use it all the time.

    • Matt Reid

      YESS, ABC app for ROKU has real time viewing. The only thing you do not see is local commercials. The screen goes to the ABC logo when a local commercial in your area is playing. ON the ABC APP the live viewing is all the way at the bottom of the screen after the listing of all the shows. I use it all the time. Showtime and CBS also have live viewing. As things change they all will

  • Debra Kay Campbell Godsey

    As long as I have an internet connection can I watch any program
    that roku offers? I do not have cable or satellite, just a subscription to netflix, amazon prime, and vudu.



    • No, it’s not a piracy box. If the content is from HBO, then you will need an HBO subscription. You can get that from Roku or as an add on to Hulu or Amazon Prime, I think.