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February 2024 on BINGE is brimming with a spectacular array of new and returning series, ensuring a diverse entertainment experience for subscribers.

Here’s a more in-depth look at the key highlights, showcasing the breadth of content available.

Feud: Capote vs The Swans makes a grand return on February 1, with its Season 2 Premiere. This season delves into the complex relationships between Truman Capote, played by Tom Hollander, and his circle of high society women, known as “the swans”.

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Based on the acclaimed book by Laurence Leamer, the series weaves a narrative of love, betrayal, and the end of an era, featuring a stellar cast including Naomi Watts, Diane Lane, Chloë Sevigny, Calista Flockhart, Demi Moore, Molly Ringwald, Treat Williams, Joe Mantello, and Russell Tovey. The ensemble’s performances are anticipated to add depth and nuance to this fascinating slice of New York’s social history.

The intrigue deepens with True Detective: Night Country, reaching its Finale on February 19. Starring Jodie Foster and Kali Reis, this gripping series is set against the stark, mysterious backdrop of Ennis, Alaska. The disappearance of eight men from the Tsalal Arctic Research Station sets the stage for a chilling investigation by Detectives Liz Danvers and Evangeline Navarro, who must navigate their personal demons to uncover the truth buried beneath the ice.

Gogglebox Australia celebrates a decade of entertainment with its Season 19 Premiere on February 21. This beloved series brings back familiar faces like The Delpechitra Family, Lee and Keith, Anastasia and Faye, and The Daltons, among others, providing viewers with heartfelt and humorous insights into Australian living rooms.

On February 5, Curb Your Enthusiasm announces its final bow with the Season 12 Premiere. Larry David stars in this iconic, self-deprecating portrayal of his life, surrounded by an equally talented cast including Jeff Garlin, Susie Essman, Cheryl Hines, J.B. Smoove, Richard Lewis, Ted Danson, Vince Vaughn, and Tracey Ullman. This season promises to deliver the series’ hallmark blend of awkward situations and comedic genius.

Below Deck embarks on a new journey with its Season 11 Premiere on February 6. Captain Kerry steers the course to Grenada, bringing his extensive experience to the fore. The dynamic between returning crew members and new faces aboard the 197 ft. vessel promises fresh challenges and adventures.

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver returns for its Season 11 Premiere on February 19. Known for its sharp wit and deep dives into current affairs, this Emmy® winning series continues to provide thought-provoking commentary on global and domestic issues, delivered with Oliver’s trademark humor.

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S.W.A.T. gears up for action-packed episodes with its Season 7 Premiere on February 17. Shemar Moore reprises his role as Sergeant Daniel “Hondo” Harrelson, offering a compelling mix of personal loyalty and professional duty amidst the high stakes of law enforcement in Los Angeles.

The animated comedy Grimsburg introduces its Season 1 Premiere on February 12, with Jon Hamm voicing the brilliant yet troubled detective Marvin Flute. Set in a town where secrets abound, Flute’s quest to solve crimes and mend his family relationships promises both humor and heart.

Clone High returns with its Season 2 Premiere on February 1, reviving the cult classic with a modern twist. The series continues to explore the trials and tribulations of cloned historical figures navigating high school life, offering satirical commentary on contemporary teen culture.

Law & Order Toronto: Criminal Intent, premiering on February 23, extends the storied franchise into Canada. This series promises to blend the procedural drama’s hallmark investigative depth with Canadian cultural nuances, exploring complex cases inspired by real-life events.

Allegiance, debuting on February 8, stars Supinder Wraich as Sabrina Sohal, a rookie officer torn between her family’s expectations and her duty to uphold justice. This series explores themes of identity, belonging, and the complexities of the legal system.

WWE Elimination Chamber 2024 on February 24 brings high-octane entertainment to Perth, marking a significant return of WWE to Australian shores.

The AACTA Awards 2024, airing on February 11, celebrates the best in Australian film and television, highlighting the creative achievements of the past year.

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Death in Paradise continues to charm with its Season 13 Premiere on February 5,

delivering more captivating mysteries against the picturesque backdrop of Saint Marie.

This February, BINGE solidifies its position as a premier destination for diverse, quality entertainment, offering something for every viewer, from gripping dramas and laugh-out-loud comedies to insightful documentaries and thrilling sports events.

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