Ryan Gosling invades your TV for the month of February

Actor Ryan Gosling started his career on "The Mickey Mouse Club," appearing on the show from 1993 to 1995.
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(CBS) Don't have a Valentine this year? Not a problem. How about a little Ryan Gosling?

Just in time for Cupid's holiday, Time Warner Cable is offering up an entire month of Ryan Gosling with its movies-on-demand feature.

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From now through Feb. 27, the cable provider is allowing subscribers to watch (and re-watch over and over) Gosling's movies as many times as they can handle -- ranging from the romantic film, "The Notebook" to the recent politically-themed "The Ides of March."

Also available are "Lars and the Real Girl," "Fracture," "Murder by Numbers" and "Remember the Titans." His 2011 film, "Drive," will be available the same day it lands on DVD.

Short of Gosling showing up to make you dinner on Valentine's Day, this is probably the next best thing.

This year will bring more Gosling to the big screen. He's starring in the upcoming film, "The Gangster Squad," with Sean Penn, Emma Stone and Nick Nolte.