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Still holed up with Jonas? Or sympathizing with your East Coast friends by just, um, not leaving your house? (No judgments...it's the dead of winter everywhere.) Here's a solid lineup of throwback binges to laze around with this month.

NetflixFebruaryFullerHouse

“Fuller House”

The anticipation is over! The San Fran gang is back (minus an Olsen or two) and D.J., Stephanie and Kimmy are all grown up. Like with kids of their own. (Available February 26)

NetflixFebruaryLove

“Love” (Season 1)

Judd Apatow returns to the small screen with a Netflix original series about an unhappy husband recalling his past, crazy relationship with a woman (Gillian Jacobs, aka Britta from Community) who goes missing. (Available February 4)

NetflixFebruaryArmageddon

“Armageddon”

Alllllll the late '90s Aerosmith songs. (Available February 1)

NetflixFebruaryCharliesAngels

“Charlie’s Angels”

And all the early '00s Destiny's Child songs. (Available February 1)

NetflixFebruaryCruelIntentions

“Cruel Intentions”

Before Gossip Girl and Pretty Little Liars, there was Sebastian and Annette and Cecile and Kathryn and a whole lot of sweater sets. (Available February 1)

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NetflixFebruaryTalladega

“Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby”

Before you roll your eyes, remember A) how much you used to quote it, and B) that it's where Amy Adams got her start. (Available February 1)

NetflixFebruaryBuress

“Hannibal Buress: Comedy Camisado”

Broad City fans know him as the lovable dentist Lincoln. And now you will know him as one of the funniest dudes on the planet right now. (Available February 5)

NetflixFebruarySaul

“Better Call Saul” (Season 1)

This AMC spin-off from Breaking Bad has 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, so.... (Available February 1)

NetflixFebruaryMadMen

“Mad Men” (Season 7, Part 2)

If you missed it, now's your chance to finish it. If you watched it live but just want to relive Peggy as the G.O.A.T., get on in there. (Available February 5)

NetflixFebruaryAtonement

“Atonement”

Another period drama for ya--with just as many beautiful costumes and just as much scandal. (Available February 16)

NetflixFebruaryDope

“Dope”

One of 2015's most popular indie flicks comes from producers Forest Whitaker, Pharrell Williams and Sean "Diddy" Combs. It follows a straight-A teen who gets wrangled into his neighborhood's drug ring. But, you know, a comedy. (Available February 10)

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