Showtime has announced the movies, TV shows and sports programming coming to the service in February. The Showtime February 2022 lineup is celebrating Black History Month with programming featuring talented Black creators and performers.
Included are The One and Only Dick Gregory and Attica, the Oscar-shortlisted documentary feature from Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Stanley Nelson. Hit series highlighted throughout the month include The Chi, and late-night variety shows Desus & Mero and Ziwe, in addition to films such as Against the Tide, Crash, Lee Daniels’ The Butler, Kevin Garnett: Anything Is Possible and Get Rich Or Die Tryin’.
In honor of Black History Month, Showtime Documentary Films is premiering the provocative new three-part docu-series Everything’s Gonna Be All White, which explores the history of race in America from the perspective of people of color. Directed by Emmy-nominee Sacha Jenkins, the first part of the docuseries premieres Friday, February 11.
The Showtime February 2022 slate also includes Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber, the first installment of a new anthology series that premieres on Sunday, February 27. Starring Emmy winner Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Emmy winner Kyle Chandler and Oscar and Emmy-nominee Uma Thurman, the series tells the story of one of Silicon Valley’s most successful and most destructive unicorns, Uber.
We Need to Talk About Cosby will conclude its series finale on Sunday, February 20. The four-part docuseries wrestles with the conversations of the #MeToo movement, focusing on Bill Cosby’s downfall from “America’s Dad” to alleged sexual predator.
Showtime Sports is also presenting ShoBox: The New Generation onFriday, February 17, when undefeated Worcester, Mass. native Jamaine Ortiz clashes with once-beaten Nahir Albright in a battle of highly-regarded lightweight prospects. On Saturday, February 19, Bellator MMA 274: Gracie vs. Storley features Bellator No. 4-ranked welterweight Neiman Gracie as he takes on No. 5 Logan Storley in an international battle of the top-10 170-pound contenders.
In a Showtime Boxing Champions event on Saturday, February 26, undefeated rising star Chris “Primetime” Colbert seeks his first world title against 130-pound champion Roger Gutierrez from The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas. Brooklyn’s Colbert possesses a mix of speed and power that have quickly made him a fan favorite.
You can view the Showtime February 2022 originals, followed by the movie release schedule and streaming collections, below.
SHOWTIME FEBRUARY 2022 ORIGINALS
EVERYTHING’S GONNA BE ALL WHITE – Three-part Docuseries Premiere: Friday, February 11
Everything’s Gonna Be All White takes a deep dive into America’s complicated past and present through the voices and experiences of people of color. The three-part docuseries from acclaimed Emmy nominated director and executive producer Sacha Jenkins marries humor with history as it unapologetically confronts the many facets of racism, exploitation and discrimination that have contributed to the formation of these US of A.
In a nation that mostly sticks to one side of America’s history, Everything’s Gonna Be All White confronts the controversial issues that indelibly stain our collective red, white and blue parts. The docuseries includes a bonus episode “Everything’s NOT Gonna Be All White,” that features prominent voices from across the country sitting down to wax poetic on our present, shining a light on how America can attain a more equitable future in all spaces.
WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT COSBY – Four-part Docuseries Finale: Sunday, February 20
A four-part docuseries directed by W. Kamau Bell, We Need to Talk About Cosby wrestles with the conversations of the #MeToo movement, focusing on Bill Cosby’s descent from “America’s Dad” to alleged sexual predator. The series explores the complex story of Cosby’s life and work, weighing his actions against his indisputable global influence through interviews with comedians, cultural commentators, journalists and women who share their most personal, harrowing encounters with Cosby.
Through archival footage, Cosby reveals who he may have been all along – the antithesis of the principled, public figure who became a hero, not only for African Americans but for all people. In the finale, after spending the early aughts perched on the high horse of respectability politics, Cosby falls down to Earth. Hannibal Burress tells a joke in Philadelphia, a chorus of survivors speaks out, and a culture is ready to listen.
SUPER PUMPED: THE BATTLE FOR UBER – Series Premieres Sunday, February 27
Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber tells the story of one of Silicon Valley’s most successful and most destructive unicorns, Uber. Pivoting on Travis Kalanick (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and his sometimes-tumultuous relationship with his mentor Bill Gurley (Kyle Chandler), the Showtime series will depict the roller-coaster ride of the upstart transportation company, embodying the highs and lows of Silicon Valley.
Even amid the radical upheaval generated within the global tech capital, Uber stands out as both a marvel and a cautionary tale, featuring internal and external battles that ripple with unpredictable consequences. Super Pumped is the first installment of an anthology series in which each season explores a story that rocked the business world to its core and changed culture.
BEST OF ALL THE SMOKE WITH MATT BARNES AND STEPHEN JACKSON – Podcast Series Finale: Thursday, February 17
From the hit podcast All the Smoke with Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson, two NBA champions deliver unfiltered conversations on the game. Each episode of “Best Of” covers a burning theme from interviews with the biggest icons in sports and entertainment.
SHOBOX: THE NEW GENERATION: JAMAINE ORTIZ VS. NAHIR ALBRIGHT – Friday, February 18, at 9 p.m. ET
Undefeated Worcester, Mass. native Jamaine Ortiz clashes with once-beaten Nahir Albright in a battle of highly regarded lightweight prospects in the main event of ShoBox: The New Generation. Plus, Joseph George and Sean Hemphill face off in a matchup of undefeated super middleweights, and Paul Kroll faces Marquis Taylor in a welterweight bout.
BELLATOR MMA 274: GRACIE VS. STORLEY – Saturday, February 19, at 9 p.m. ET
Bellator No. 4-ranked welterweight Neiman Gracie takes on No. 5 Logan Storley in an international battle of top-10 170-pound contenders. Fresh off an 87-second destruction of Mark Lemminger, the Brazilian Gracie will strap on the Bellator gloves for the 12th consecutive time against the hard-hitting Storley, who began his pro career with six consecutive knockouts. Plus, former Bellator Welterweight Champion Andrey Koreshkov returns to action against Mukhamed Berkhamov.
BELLATOR MMA 275: MOUSASI VS. VANDERFORD – Friday, February 25, at 4 p.m. ET
Bellator MMA Middleweight World Champion Gegard Mousasi defends his crown against undefeated No. 1-ranked middleweight Austin Vanderford as Dublin’s 3Arena plays host to a Bellator world title fight for the second time in four months. The co-main event sees Irish star and No. 5-ranked lightweight Peter Queally return to action against Kane Mousah.
SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING – Saturday, February 26, at 4 p.m. ET
Undefeated rising star Chris “Primetime” Colbert seeks his first world title against 130-pound champion Roger Gutierrez from The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas. Brooklyn’s Colbert possesses a mix of speed and power that have quickly made him a fan favorite. Gutierrez won his belt in January 2021 and is on a seven-fight winning streak.
Plus, another unbeaten phenom is featured as 2016 U.S. Olympian Gary Antuanne Russell faces former world champion Viktor Postol and 115-pound champion Jerwin Ancajas defends his title against Fernando Martinez.
A look at the movies that will be available as part of the Showtime February 2022 lineup.
AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 1
Another Kind of Wedding
Assault on Precinct 13
Boys and Girls
Days of Heaven
Failure to Launch
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Flirting with Disaster
Harold and Maude
Kiss the Girls
Mary Lou Williams: The Lady Who Swings the Band
My Left Foot
Postcards from the Edge
Richard Pryor: Here and Now
Southside With You
Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over
Support the Girls
The English Patient
The Parallax View
What Lies Beneath
You Can Count on Me
AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 2
Road to Perdition
AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 3
Sisters With Transistors
AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 4
What Breaks the Ice
AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 5
AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 7
The Ballad of Lefty Brown
AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 9
The Dilemma of Desire
AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 11
AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 17
AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 25
In addition to the Showtime February 2022 schedule, you can check out these collections next month.
Bitchin’: Hero: Inspired by the Extraordinary Life & Times of Mr. Ulric Cross, Jamel Shabazz Street Photographer, Kobe Bryant’s Muse, The Last Tree, The Evers, Madonna & Basquiat, Marley, Muhammad Ali: The Greatest Of All Time, Southside With You, The Sound and Fury of Rick James, Whitney: Can I Be Me.
L Word The: Generation Q – Let’s Do It Again, Moonlight, Rafiki, Slice, Sound of Violence, The Watermelon Woman, The Long Shadow.