See below for what’s new on EPIX in February!
SERIES PREMIERE: Elvis Goes There episode 101 premieres Monday, February 4th at 10 PM ET/PT, 9 C
Elvis Mitchell meets Paul Feig in London for a first-hand look at the evolution of his career in film, with the city’s elegant style and traditions as a backdrop.
Elvis Goes There episode 102 premieres Monday, February 11th at 10 PM ET/PT, 9 C
Elvis Mitchell kicks it with Ryan Coogler in his hometown on the heels of Black Panther to explore how Oakland shaped him as a filmmaker. Daveed Diggs and Boots Riley share the influence the East Bay has had on their work.
Elvis Goes There episode 103 premieres Monday, February 18th at 10 PM ET/PT, 9 C
For centuries Paris has inspired countless poets and artists. Sofia Coppola is one of them. Film critic Elvis Mitchell explores what makes Paris one of the most artistically influential cities on earth.
SEASON FINALE: Elvis Goes There episode 104 premieres Monday, February 25th at 10 PM ET/PT, 9 C
Elvis Mitchell teams up with Shape of Water director Guillermo Del Toro in Los Angeles. They meet with the legendary Laurence Fishburne, director Ana Lily Amirpour, and the unsung heroes who bring film creatures to life.
Berlin Station episode 309 premieres Sunday, February 10th at 9 PM ET/PT, 8 C
“End of War” – A powerful figure’s downfall makes way for his ruthless successor to take the reins in Estonia, where a cyberattack has blacked out the country in advance of the ground invasion. In turn, all of Berlin Station must try to take him down.
SEASON FINALE: Berlin Station episode 310 premieres Sunday, February 17th at 9 PM ET/PT, 8 C
“Book of the Fallen” – Mere hours remain before enemy forces topple the Estonian government and reclaim the country for Russia. Without Langley’s backing, Berlin Station acts alone in one final desperate push to prevent the fall of a nation.
WORLD TV PREMIERE: Action Point premieres Friday, February 8th at 8 PM ET/PT, 7 C
A daredevil designs and operates his own theme park with his friends. Stars Johnny Knoxville, Brigette Lundy-Paine and Susan Yeagley. Directed by Tim Kirkby. (R)