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“The Rookie” is one of the best police procedural shows. (Image: ABC Signature)

Every new month brings plenty of returning fan-favorite shows, many of which are available on Hulu<. Whether you prefer reality TV, sitcoms, or procedural shows, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Check out what’s coming to Hulu this February.

New Hulu Originals

‘Love & WWE: Bianca & Montez’ — Feb. 2

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The WWE’s hottest couple gives Hulu a sneak peek into their lives. (Image: Wheelhouse Spoke Studios)

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has been popular for a long time, but Biana Belair and Montez Ford have captured fans’ hearts. Time and time again, this couple lands on top, regardless of the challenge. Join them as Montez continues his upward trajectory and Biana fights to keep her hard-earned title.

Watch “Love & WWE: Bianca & Montez” on Hulu.

‘Suncoast’ — Feb. 9

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“Suncoast” is a coming-of-age story that’s a Sundance Film Festival winner. (Image: Freestyle Picture Company)

“Suncoast” is based on writer and director Laura Chinn’s real-life experience. Doris (Nico Parker) must navigate that scary world of high school, all while her brother is living in a specialized living facility. At the facility, Doris meets and befriends an activist, Paul (Woody Harrelson), who’s working on a case, and she soon joins his crusade.

Watch the Sundance Film Festival winner “Suncoast” on Hulu

New Series

‘The Space Race’ Documentary — Feb. 13

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Explore the unheard stories of the first Black individuals at NASA. (Image: National Geographic Documentary Films)

History in the U.S. has been whitewashed for too long. This National Geographic documentary tells the little-known stories of the first Black pilots, engineers, and scientists who became astronauts at NASA. If your partner loves documentaries you’re in luck, as “The Space Race” premieres just before Valentine’s Day.

Watch “The Space Race” on Hulu with a Live TV subscription.

New Season Premiere

‘FX’s Feud: Capote vs. the Swans’ — Feb. 1

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The Swans made a mistake letting Truman Capote into their lives. (Image: Ryan Murphy Productions)

A new feud is about to become your next obsession. After five years, producer Ryan Murphy finally brings fans Season 2 of “Feud.” While Season 1 was all about Joan Crawford (Jessica Lange) and Bette Davis (Susan Sarandon), Season 2 focuses on Truman Capote (Tom Hollander) and the Swans. 

Watch “FX’s Feud: Capote vs. the Swans” on Hulu

‘Farmer Wants A Wife’ Season 2 — Feb. 2

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Farmers need partners who don’t mind getting their hands dirty or breaking a nail. (Image: Hero Productions)

After a successful first season, “Farmer Wants a Wife” returns for a second round. Four groups, consisting of one farmer and eight girls each, meet and interact to find a connection worth investing in. It’s also a test run for the girls to see if they can hack it at farm living. 

Watch “Farmer Wants a Wife” on Hulu.  

‘Abbott Elementary’ Season 3 — Feb. 8

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These teachers go the extra mile for their students. (Image: Warner Bros. Television)

Season 3 of the Primetime Emmy-winning show “Abbott Elementary” is here! Fans have been dying to find out what happens after Janine (Quinta Brunson) decides to focus on herself instead of dating Gregory (Tyler James Williams), although we hope they wind up together in the long run. 

Watch “Abbott Elementary” on Hulu.

‘Not Dead Yet’ Season 2 — Feb. 8

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It’s not enough to write about the dead; now she’s stuck seeing and conversing with them too. (Image: Windsor & Johnson)

Season 2 of “Not Dead Yet” airs this month. Personally, I’m excited to see this new chapter for Nell (Gina Rodriguez). Last season, Nell thought Lexi (Lauren Ash) was out of touch. Now she’ll meet Duncan (Brad Garrett), Lexi’s dad, and see where she gets it from. Meanwhile, she’s still seeing ghosts of the people she writes obituaries for — taking ghostwriting to a new level.

Watch “Not Dead Yet” on Hulu.

‘Life & Beth’ Season 2 — Feb. 16

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A woman looks into her past to avoid making the same mistakes in the future. (Image: Endeavor Content)

In “Life & Beth,” Beth (Amy Schumer) has a life that looks good on paper, but she reflects on it after an accident. In Season 2, she and John (Michael Cera) work to better their communication skills. Meanwhile, her friends and family have their own drama to work through and rely on Beth for support. 

Watch “Life & Beth” on Hulu

‘The Rookie’ Season 6 — Feb. 21

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From drug lords to racism, there’s nothing this team of Rookies can’t handle. (Image: ABC Signature)

The ABC hit show “The Rookie” returns for Season 6. Season 5 ended with rookie Aaron Thorsen (Tru Valentino) in a coma due to a gunshot wound, and fans hoped to see a resolution for him. Although the program has kept the plotline for this next installment a secret, actors on the show have expressed on social media how excited they are for the direction Season 6 takes. Hopefully, we’ll finally see John (Nathan Fillion) and Bailey (Jenna Dewan) tie the knot.  

Watch “The Rookie” on Hulu.

‘The Good Doctor’ Season 7 — Feb. 21

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A young doctor learns there’s more to being a medical surgeon than knowing about the body and diseases. (Image: 3AD)

Although we’re excited that “The Good Doctor” is back for Season 7, we’re also saddened by the news that it’ll be the final season. There’s a lot of change at the St. Bonaventure Hospital now that Dr. Andrews (Hill Harper) is no longer president. Shaun (Freddie Highmore) and Lea (Paige Spara) welcomed a baby boy into the world and must get used to being new parents — a tall order for someone with autism and Savant Syndrome. 

Watch “The Good Doctor” on Hulu

‘Death in the Dorms’ Season 2 — Feb. 22

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College should be an exciting time, not the end of a story. (Image: ABC News Studios)

Each episode of “Death in the Dorms” follows a different case. While the cases vary in the how, what, and why, they all have one thing in common: a student’s death occurs while they’re at university. Season 2 includes cases from Miami to Louisiana, and tells the stories of nursing, accounting, and athletic students — to name a few. Friends and family of the victims are interviewed, showing how these deaths affect the people who love them.    

Watch “Death in the Dorms” on Hulu.