New on Showtime: All the Movies and TV Coming in February

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New on Showtime: All the Movies and TV Coming in February

If you like Paul Giamatti and/or fetishist antiheroes, you’re in luck, because the melodramatic series Billions is returning to Showtime on Sunday, Feb. 19 at 10 p.m. EST. The Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning Giamatti is back, along with Golden Globe winner Damian Lewis, for the show’s second season, which focuses on the legal battles between a hedge-fund manager (Lewis) and a cunning U.S. Attorney (Giamatti) with a thing for BDSM.

Speaking of sex, the Joseph Gordon Levitt-directed Don Jon also makes its TV debut on the premium cable network on Feb. 4, and is part of Showtime’s “Love is Strange” collection that will also feature Love Actually, Sleeping with Other People and Shopgirl, among others.

February also marks the return of Homeland, which is somehow already in its sixth season. In this new batch of episodes, Carrie Mathison is back living in Brooklyn after she successfully defused a terrorist attack in Berlin. The new season features a presidential election, and takes place between Election Day and Inauguration Day.

Find the full list of everything coming to Showtime in February below.

Original Series
Inside the NFL

Movies/TV Shows
Akeelah and the Bee (2/1)
Blue Crush (2/1)
Brokeback Mountain (2/1)
Diary of a Mad Black Woman (2/1)
The Hurricane (2/1)
Orange Couty (2/1)
You Can Count on Me (2/1)
Triple 9 (2/3)
Don Jon (2/4)
Crash (2/6)
Fifty Shades of Black (2/11)
No Country for Old Men (2/11)
Chicago (2/15)
Spy Kids (2/25)

Comedy Specials
Nick Cannon: Stand Up, Don’t Shoot (2/10)

Streaming Collections
Best Picture Collection: Chicago, Crash, No Country for Old Men, The Hurt Locker (2/15 – 2/28)
Oscar Winners Collection: Brokeback Mountain, Traffic, Fargo, The Crying Game, The Hateful Eight (2/1 – 2/28)
Black History Month Documentary Collection: Just Let Go-Lenny Kravitz Live, Iverson, One & Done (2/1 – 2/28)
Love is Strange: Don Jon, Fifty Shades of Black, Love the Coopers, Love Actually, Showgirls, The Duff, Sleeping with Other People, What If, The Ladies Man, The Royal Tenenbaums, What Women Want, Up in the Air, Shopgirl

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