In addition to some solid recycled fare (Babe: Pig in the City, American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson, Superbad), Netflix’s list of fresh February offerings also includes a number of original programs that are new to streaming. Check out a few titles that could be worth the bandwidth this month.

1. GIRLFRIEND’S DAY (2017)

Bob Odenkirk must like being on Netflix’s menu. With Better Call Saul and the sketch show With Bob and David in rotation, he’s also starring in an original movie for the service. In Girlfriend’s Day, Odenkirk plays a washed-up greeting card writer who enters a contest to pen the perfect card for the titular holiday. Judging by the trailer, that was a poor decision. (2/14)

2. DAVID BRENT: LIFE ON THE ROAD (2017)

Ricky Gervais resurrects his supervisor from The Office series for this feature, which finds Brent attempting to fulfill his dream of becoming a rock star. Gervais passed up on an opportunity to release the movie theatrically because he feels there’s a bigger audience waiting for it. “If you think about it, if a film takes $100 million at the box office, 10 million people went to see it,” he told BusinessInsider.com. “Netflix has 75 million subscribers. They might as well watch it, and they don't have to watch it that weekend either. They could watch it in a year." (2/10)

3. I AM SUN MU (2015)

Director Adam Sjöberg’s documentary about an incendiary artist who uses his work to criticize his native North Korea takes care to present its subject in silhouette. “Sun Mu” (an alias) fled the tumultuous country after designing propaganda pieces. In the film, he prepares to display his paintings at a gallery in China, a political nightmare that could have repercussions for Mu and his family. (2/1)

4. ABSTRACT: THE ART OF DESIGN (2017)

If you think designers have gotten the short stick when it comes to reality television, Abstract might help resolve that. The eight-part docu-series presents artists from a variety of industries—including fashion, cars, and photography—offering insight into what makes their work come to life. (2/10)

5. MAGICIANS: LIFE IN THE IMPOSSIBLE (2016)

For every David Blaine, there are hundreds of magicians who struggle to steal a bit of the spotlight. Magicians follows four acts at various stages of success as they balance their personal and professional lives. The climax involving one illusionist’s levitation trick was said to induce gasps at a festival screening in 2016. (2/13)