The Amazon Prime Video hot list: From ATP and WTA tennis to Greenland – what to watch in February 2021

What’s on Prime Video in February? Soulmates and Amazon Original movie Greenland are just some of the TV and movie highlights on Prime Video this month.

By Becky Gamester-Newton Updated: 29 January 2021 - 12.29pm
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Already binge-watched The Wilds and Americnan Gods season 3? You'll be pleased to know there's more new content coming to Amazon Prime Video in February.

So what’s new on Prime Video UK this month? From Greenland to Soulmates, we list the best new films, sport and TV shows coming soon.

Read our must-watch TV guide for the month ahead on Prime Video – plus, don’t miss what’s coming up on Netflix, NOW TV and Sky Cinema this month.

WTA and ATP tennis

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The tennis season is back up and running as players prepare for the Australian Open. Players heading Down Under have to observe a 14-day quarantine lockdown on arrival, and a new tournament schedule has been put in place to help them get ready for the first Grand Slam of the year. 

World number one Ashleigh Barty, who hasn’t played for 11 months because of the coronavirus pandemic, is due to return to two new WTA 500 events at Melbourne Park with a world-class field that also includes Simona Halep, Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka. The top 32 players will be split between the two events, which will each have a 64-player draw.

At the same time, the 12-nation ATP Cup involving Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Dominic Thiem will also take place. A WTA 250 event is also set for the same venue alongside the second week of the Australian Open.

Watch the two WTA 500 events between January 31 and February 6, the ATP Cup between February 2 and February 6, and the WTA 250 event between February 13 and 19 live on Amazon Prime Video.

Greenland (film)

This apocalyptic drama sees John Garrity (Gerard Butler), his estranged wife Alison and son Nathan make a perilous journey to their only hope for sanctuary as a comet races towards the Earth.

As they battle increasing panic and lawlessness around them, terrifying news reports show fragments of the comet hitting cities around the world.

If you’re a fan of big-action drama, this Amazon Original should be at the top of your list.

Greenland premieres on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, February 5.

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Bliss (film)

Owen Wilson and Salma Hayek star in this Amazon Original Movie.

Wilson’s Greg meets a homeless woman (Hayek) who’s convinced that the broken world around them is a computer simulation.

Part science fiction, part romance, this mind-bending movie is one that will stay with you long after the closing credits.

Bliss premieres on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, February 5. 

Soulmates

Bill Skarsgård and Nathan Stewart-Jarrett in Soulmates 2019 AMC Film Holdings LLC. All Rights Reserved.

This futuristic anthology series is about a test that can determine the person you were most meant to love, and explores whether love is a destiny or a choice.

Created by Emmy Award-winner Will Bridges (Stranger Things, Black Mirror) and Brett Goldstein (Superbob) and featuring Misfits actor Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, it’s been commissioned for a second series - so make sure you find out if it’s a perfect match for you.

Soulmates launches on Amazon Prime Video on Monday, February 8.

I Care A Lot (film)

Academy Award nominee Rosamund Pike stars as Marla, a professional guardian for dozens of elderly people – whose assets she seizes through dubious but legal means.

However, the ruthless operation hits a snag when one retiree has an shady secret of her own, forcing Marla to up her game.

Pike’s performance and the movie as a whole has been highly praised by critics since the film was shown at the Toronto Film Festival, so make sure you tune in for the premiere.

I Care A Lot premieres on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, February 19.

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