What's new on Netflix in February

"M*A*S*H" cast photo

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Netflix has unveiled what's in store in February -- and it's another interesting mix with the first five seasons of "M*A*S*H" landing on the streaming service next month.

Come Feb. 1 you'll also get to see the complete Starz series "Spartacus," along with the 2014 animated flick "Mr. Peabody & Sherman," Nicolas Cage's 2013 film "Joe," the 2006 thriller "Dark Ride" and the 1987 action-comedy "Hot Pursuit" with John Cusack and Ben Stiller.

Not your cup of tea? Well, rolling out later in the month is "Scary Movie 5," "Blood Ties" and season 1-4 of the CBS show, "Hawaii Five-0." There's also the Netflix premiere of "King Arthur" starring Joan Gruffudd, Kiera Knightley, and Clive Owen.

And "House of Cards" fans are in luck. Season 3 of the Kevin Spacey series becomes available on Feb. 27. A December teaser for the drama found Frank Underwood and his wife, Claire (Robin Wright), boarding a plane.

Meanwhile, with only a few days left in the month of January -- keep your eyes out for these titles, which will be removed come February: "Batman Forever," "Mad Max," "Apocalypse Now" and "Nacho Libre."

Go here to see more of what's on the February list.