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Everything coming to Netflix in October 2019

Everything coming to Netflix in October 2019


From the Breaking Bad movie to Steven Soderbergh’s latest

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As the streaming wars ramp up, the way new shows and films are made is changing rapidly. Suddenly, anything with a dedicated fandom and a familiar title is uniquely valuable, and the refrain “Six seasons and a movie!,” once used to rally Community fans into stumping for more of their favorite show, seems to apply to more and more properties. Veronica Mars got its own (partly fan-funded) movie, HBO finally made the Deadwood wrap-up movie, and this month, Netflix is continuing the Breaking Bad story where the AMC TV series left off, with Aaron Paul returning as meth dealer Jesse Pinkman in the original movie El Camino. 

For Breaking Bad fans, at least, that’s likely to be the highlight of Netflix’s October offerings. For non-fans (from the “I have to have someone to sympathize with in a show, and all these people are terrible” brigade to the “I hear it’s great, I just haven’t gotten around to it” crowd), there are plenty of other options this month. Superhero fans will be interested in Raising Dion, a science fiction series about a single mom whose young son is developing mysterious powers. Apocalyptic-comedy fans have Daybreak, an upbeat teen series about navigating the end of the world. The raunchy animated series Big Mouth returns with another season about sex and puberty, this time with Westworld’s Thandie Newton. Cardi B, Chance the Rapper, and Tip T.I. Harris launch the reality competition Rhythm + Flow. And Paul Rudd confronts a better version of himself in the science fiction comedy drama Living With Yourself.

Photo by Adam Rose / Netflix

On the film side, Steven Soderbergh’s new movie The Laundromat follows his previous Netflix movie, High Flying Bird, in circling around imbalanced and unfair financial systems, this time looking at a form of insurance fraud that benefits the wealthy and bankrupts policyholders who thought they were covered. In the Tall Grass adapts a novella written by Stephen King and his son, horror writer Joe Hill, about a seemingly ordinary field where terrible things happen to seemingly ordinary people. Dolemite is My Name stars Eddie Murphy in a lively biopic about self-made groundbreaking comedian and movie star Rudy Ray Moore.

And finally, as more American media companies prep their own streaming services, and competition for licensed content revs up, Netflix is investing heavily in licensing or developing content around the world. This month’s streaming offerings are an embarrassment of riches for fans of international culture. The spread includes the Chinese science fiction series Nowhere Man, season 2 of the Italian teen drama Baby, the French rom-com series The Hook Up Plan, the Brazilian crime drama Brotherhood, the Indian work comedy Upstarts, and more. It’s never been easier to see what entertainment looks like around the world.

Coming to Netflix

October TBA

  • My Next Guest with David Letterman and Shah Rukh Khan (talk show)

Netflix description: The late-night king interviews the king of Bollywood, celebrated Indian actor Shah Rukh Khan.

October 1st

  • Carmen Sandiego: season 2 (series)

Netflix description: The stakes are higher than ever for Carmen, Ivy and Zack as V.I.L.E. unleashes a host of dastardly new villains while A.C.M.E. closes in.

  • Nikki Glaser: Bangin’ (comedy special)

Netflix description: Following her popular set on Season 1 of Netflix’s The Standups, Nikki Glaser is back with her first hour long Netflix original comedy special, Bangin’. Launching globally on October 1, Nikki keeps the audience at the edge of their seat as she delves into taboo topics like sex and… sex. The gloves are off as she pushes back at the unreal sexual expectations women face with her hilarious, no-holds-barred style.

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  • 93 Days
  • A.M.I.
  • Along Came a Spider
  • Bad Boys
  • Bad Boys II
  • Blow
  • Bring It On, Ghost: season 1
  • Charlie’s Angels
  • Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle
  • Cheese in the Trap: season 1
  • Chicago Typewriter: season 1
  • Crash
  • Exit Wounds
  • Good Burger
  • Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay
  • Honey 2
  • House of the Witch
  • Lagos Real Fake Life
  • Men in Black II
  • Moms at War
  • One Direction: This Is Us
  • Payday
  • Rugrats in Paris: The Movie
  • Scream 2
  • Senna
  • Signal: season 1
  • Sin City
  • Sinister Circle
  • Supergirl
  • Superman Returns
  • Surf’s Up
  • The Bucket List
  • The Flintstones
  • The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas
  • The Island
  • The Pursuit of Happyness
  • The Rugrats Movie
  • The Time Traveler’s Wife
  • Tomorrow with You: season 1
  • Trainspotting
  • Troy
  • Tunnel: season 1
  • Unaccompanied Minors
  • Walking Out

October 2nd 

  • Living Undocumented (series)

Netflix description: From executive producer Selena Gomez, Living Undocumented follows eight undocumented immigrant families who volunteered to tell their stories at great personal risk, revealing the high cost many must pay to try and live the American dream.

  • Ready to Mingle (Solteras) (film)

Netflix description: After the man she thought she’d marry breaks up with her, Ana joins a class for single women who are in search of a husband.

  • Rotten: season 2 (series)

Netflix description: Explore the secrets behind sugar and chocolate, the true cost of avocados and bottled water, and the changing world of wine and marijuana edibles.

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October 3rd

  • Seis Manos (anime series)

Netflix description: Set in Mexico in the 1970s, Seis Manos centers on three orphaned martial arts warriors who join forces with a DEA agent and a Mexican Federal to battle for justice after their beloved mentor is murdered on the streets of their tiny border town.

October 4th

  • Big Mouth: season 3 (animated series)

Netflix description: In Season 3, Big Mouth focuses on what it’s like to be going through puberty now. The show continues exploring human sexuality and everything around it, tackling issues such as cell phone addiction, female anger, the vast spectrum of sexuality, Adderall abuse, dick pics, toxic masculinity, and of course “how to have an orgasm.” As the end of seventh grade rapidly approaches, Thandie Newton shakes things up as Missy’s new Hormone Monstress, and Ali Wong joins the cast as a new student who makes everyone at Bridgeton Middle question their sexuality. The season culminates with a superhero showdown that brings long-simmering tensions to a head and tests even the strongest friendships.

  • Creeped Out: season 2 (series)

Netflix description: Creepy apps, wishes gone wrong and portals to another dimension: Brace yourself for 10 new spine-tingling tales.

  • Peaky Blinders: season 5 (series)

Netflix description: As the Shelbys grapple with the 1929 stock market crash, Tommy confronts new threats to his power from younger family members and fascist rivals.

  • Raising Dion (series)

Netflix description: Raising Dion follows the story of a woman named Nicole (Alisha Wainwright), who raises her son Dion (newcomer Ja’Siah Young) after the death of her husband, Mark (Michael B. Jordan). The normal dramas of raising a son as a single mom are amplified when Dion starts to manifest several mysterious, superhero-like abilities. Nicole must now keep her son’s gifts secret with the help of Mark’s best friend Pat (Jason Ritter), and protect Dion from antagonists out to exploit him while figuring out the origin of his abilities.

  • Super Monsters: season 3 (series)

Netflix description: The fun-loving Super Monsters learn new lessons and make new friends while exploring the world around them in Pitchfork Pines.

  • Super Monsters: Vida’s First Halloween (series)

Netflix description: The Super Monsters share their Halloween traditions with Vida, then get invited to a Día de los Muertos party in the Howlers’ backyard.

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  • In the Tall Grass (film)

Netflix description: When siblings Becky and Cal hear the cries of a young boy lost within a field of tall grass, they venture in to rescue him, only to become ensnared themselves by a sinister force that quickly disorients and separates them. Cut off from the world and unable to escape the field’s tightening grip, they soon discover that the only thing worse than getting lost is being found. Based on the novella by Stephen King and Joe Hill.

October 5th

  • Legend Quest: Masters of Myth (series)

Netflix description: When mythical creatures come to life, it’s up to Leo, Teodora, Don Andrés and Alebrije — super-secret monster hunters — to save the day.

October 7th 

  • Match! Tennis Juniors (live-action series based on manga)

Netflix description: A tennis prodigy battles the odds to excel on the court while balancing schoolwork and inspiring fellow players on his team.

October 8th

  • Deon Cole: Cole Hearted (comedy special)

Netflix description: Chicago’s own Deon Cole is relentlessly hilarious in his first hour-long Netflix original comedy special, Deon Cole: Cole Hearted. Doubling down on his unrestrained and engaging set from the Netflix stand-up comedy series The Standups, Cole beta-tests bottomless jokes about offering mints to strangers, dining while Black, post-sex salutations and the preservation of comedy as the last raw form of expression. 

  • The Spooky Tale of Captain Underpants Hack-a-ween (film)

Netflix description: When Halloween is declared illegal, best friends Harold and George search for a clever way to fight back against the outrageous new law.

Photo: Eddy Chen / Netflix

October 9th

  • Rhythm + Flow (reality series)

Netflix description: Judges Cardi B, Chance the Rapper and Tip T.I. Harris search for the next breakout hip-hop star in this music competition series. Starting October 9, new episodes of Rhythm + Flow will roll out each Wednesday, with different phases of the competition featured across 10 episodes. 

October 10th

  • Schitt’s Creek: season 5 (series)
  • Ultramarine Magmell (anime)

Netflix description: Decades after the sudden birth of a new continent, a young rescuer-for-hire provides aid to adventurers exploring this dangerous, uncharted world.

October 11th

  • El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (film)

Netflix description: Written and directed by Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan, the Netflix Television Event El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie follows fugitive Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) as he runs from his captors, the law and his past.

  • The Forest of Love (film)

Netflix description: Auteur Sion Sono helms the fictionalized retelling of how one charismatic leader led his followers down a bizarre, gruesome, deadly and depraved path.

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  • Fractured (film)

Netflix description: Driving home after a tense holiday weekend with his in-laws, Ray Monroe (Sam Worthington), a well-meaning but overwhelmed family man, pulls into a rest area with his wife Joanne (Lily Rabe) and daughter Peri (Lucy Capri). The trip takes a turn for the worse when Peri is hurt in an accident and the family rushes to a nearby emergency room run by a staff with dubious intentions. After being sent away for further testing Peri and Joanne vanish and all records of their visit disappear. Ray’s concern turns into a desperate race to find his family and discover the truth of what happened to them.

  • Haunted: season 2 (series)

Netflix description: In an all-new season of true-life terror, real people recount unsettling run-ins with demons, ghosts and more, as told via dramatic reenactments.

  • Insatiable: season 2 (series)

Netflix description: In season two of Insatiable we find Patty dealing with, well, a lot. Her past is haunting her, and her struggle to be “good” is becoming harder and harder each day as she battles her inner demons. And Bob — well — he’s helping her cover up Christian’s murder, but just how far will his loyalties go? Will he continue to allow his romantic relationships, his career ambitions, and his integrity to take a beating, just to help Patty pursue her pageant dreams? And when beauty queens start going missing, who’s to blame? Patty’s rage? Or is there more at play?

  • La Influencia (film)

Netflix description: Back in her childhood home to care for her comatose mother, Alicia is forced to face a past she thought she’d buried and a body that refuses to die.

  • The Hook Up Plan (Plan Coeur): season 2 (series)

Netflix description: Four months after bidding farewell to her BFFs, Elsa stages her return to Paris. But guilty secrets take a toll on her love life and her friendships.

  • The Awakenings of Motti Wolkenbruch (film)

Netflix description: Pressured to marry a nice Orthodox Jewish woman, Motti is thrown for a loop when he falls for classmate Laura, who his mother will never approve of.

  • YooHoo to the Rescue: season 2 (series)

Netflix description: In a series of magical missions, quick-witted YooHoo and his can-do crew travel the globe to help animals in need.

October 12th

  • Banlieusards (film)

Netflix description: Noumouké, 15, must decide which of his brothers’ footsteps he’ll follow: law student Soulaymaan or mobster Demba. Directed by Kery James and Leïla Sy.

October 15th 

  • Dark Crimes (film)

Netflix description: In this engrossing drama based on a 2008 New Yorker article, the cold case of a slain Polish businessman begins to heat up again after a famous writer publishes a novel about a strangely similar crime.

October 16th

  • Ghosts of Sugar Land (film)

Netflix description: A group of suburban Muslim friends trace the disappearance of their friend Mark, who is suspected of joining ISIS.

  • Sinister 2 (film)

Netflix description: In this terror-drenched sequel, a single mother and her 9-year-old twins move into a new home, unaware of its dark legacy until they’re introduced to Mr. Boogie — a hideous demonic spirit who preys on children’s souls.

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October 17th

  • The Unlisted (series)

Netflix description: Identical twin brothers Dru and Kal uncover a secret government plot to control and track Australia’s students.

  • The Karate Kid (film)

October 18th

  • The Yard (Avlu) (series)

Netflix description: After a fateful domestic clash, a devoted mother finds herself in prison and fighting to survive in hopes of reuniting with her daughter.

  • Baby: season 2 (series)

Netflix description: Chiara and Ludovica find their lives spinning out of control as they navigate relationships, high school dramas and new corners of Rome’s underworld.

  • Eli (film)

Netflix description: Eli is the story of a young boy (Charlie Shotwell) plagued with an unknown, debilitating illness that requires him to live completely sealed off from the outside world. After exhausting every option, his parents (Kelly Reilly and Max Martini) put their trust — and his life — in the hands of a doctor (Lili Taylor) whose experimental, cutting-edge treatments at her clean-house facility may hold Eli’s last hope. As Eli undergoes the tremendously intense process that could potentially cure him, he begins to be haunted by experiences that make him question who he can trust and what is lurking inside the house. Co-starring Sadie Sink.

  • Interior Design Masters (reality series)

Netflix description: Aspiring interior designers transform a variety of spaces from dowdy to delightful as they vie for a life-changing contract with a top London hotel.

  • The House of Flowers: season 2 (series)

Netflix description: The de la Mora family grieves a loss while trying to recover sold businesses, plotting revenge and entangling themselves in romantic disasters.

Photo: Claudette Barius / Netflix
  • The Laundromat (film)

Netflix description: A widow (Meryl Streep) investigates an insurance fraud, chasing leads to a pair of Panama City law partners (Gary Oldman and Antonio Banderas) exploiting the world’s financial system. Steven Soderbergh directs.

  • Living with Yourself (series)

Netflix description: The Netflix original series Living With Yourself is an inventive existential comedy that asks: do we really want to be better? Miles (Paul Rudd) is a man struggling in life. When he undergoes a novel spa treatment that promises to make him a better person, he finds he’s been replaced by a new and improved version of himself. As he deals with the unintended consequences of his actions, Miles finds he must fight for his wife (Aisling Bea), his career, and his very identity. Told from multiple perspectives, the eight-episode series was created and written by Emmy® Award winner Timothy Greenberg (The Daily Show with Jon Stewart), directed by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris (The Battle of the Sexes, Little Miss Sunshine) and stars Paul Rudd and… Paul Rudd. Greenberg executive produces with Anthony Bregman and Jeff Stern for Likely Story, Tony Hernandez for Jax Media, Dayton, Faris, Rudd, and Jeff Blitz.

  • MeatEater: season 8 (series)

Netflix description: Steve’s journeys in search of such delicious game meat as venison and mutton take him as far afield as Mexico and Alaska.

  • Mighty Little Bheem: Diwali (series)

Netflix description: From decorating his home to devouring sweets, join Bheem as he makes merry — and a bit of mischief — while the festival of lights is in full swing.

  • Seventeen (film)

Netflix description: To find his therapy dog, a 17-year-old escapes from juvie and embarks on a journey of reconnection with his brother and grandmother through Cantabria.

  • Spirit Riding Free: Pony Tales Collection 2 (series)

Netflix description: The fun continues for Lucky and her friends with more adventure than ever before. Wherever they go, it’s quite a ride — and you get to come along!

  • Tell Me Who I Am (documentary)

Netflix description: After losing his memory at age 18, Alex Lewis relies on his twin brother Marcus to teach him who he is. But the idyllic childhood Alex paints is hiding a traumatic family secret that the twins must finally face together decades later.

  • Toon: seasons 1–2 (series)

Netflix description: Reclusive, socially awkward jingle composer Toon must navigate the nightmarish world of show biz after a viral video skyrockets him to fame.

  • Unnatural Selection (series)

Netflix description: Pioneers in gene-editing techniques and artificial intelligence confront ethical and technological challenges unlike any humanity has faced before.

  • Upstarts (film)

Netflix description: Upstarts is a bromance about three college graduates from small-town India, captivated by the startup mania sweeping the country. As they enter the rollercoaster startup ecosystem of big dreams, big money and bigger sharks, they are faced with a big choice — their dreams, or their friendship. Directed by Udai Singh Pawar, Upstarts is produced by Raja Menon, Janani Ravichandran and Jawahar Sharma of Bandra West Productions. This film is supported by real-life heroes from the startup world in Bengaluru.

October 19th

  • Men in Black (film)

October 21st

  • Echo in the Canyon (documentary)

Netflix description: 1965-67 was a moment when bands came to LA to emulate The Beatles, and Laurel Canyon emerged as a hotbed of creativity and collaboration for a new generation of musicians who would soon put an indelible stamp on the history of American popular music. Featuring Jacob Dylan, the film explores the Laurel Canyon scene via never-before-heard personal details behind the bands and their songs, and how that music continues to inspire today.

  • Free Fire (film)

Netflix description: In a deserted Boston warehouse, two criminal gangs meet to complete an arms transaction, but the deal ends up going horribly awry, pitting the two sides against each other in a high-voltage shootout.

Photo: JoJo Whilden / Netflix

October 22nd

  • Jenny Slate: Stage Fright (comedy special)

Netflix description: Comedian and actress Jenny Slate’s first Netflix original comedy special Stage Fright gives the audience an inside look at the comedian’s world. Interspersed within her hilarious stand-up set, Jenny shares personal clips of her childhood and interviews with her family in an intimate look at her life. Launching globally on October 22, Jenny overcomes her stage fright while telling stories about her visit to a midnight Catholic Mass and the ghosts that haunted her childhood home.

October 23rd 

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner (reality show)

Netflix description: Each episode of Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner will feature David Chang accompanied by a different celebrity guest exploring a single city, its culture and its cuisine. As the pair travels through each city, they will also uncover new and surprising things about themselves. Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner is produced by Tremolo Productions in association with Majordomo Media. Morgan Neville, Dara Horenblas, David Chang, Christopher Chen, Caryn Capotsto, and Blake Davis serve as Executive Producers.

  • Dancing with the Birds (documentary)

Netflix description: Some of the world’s most majestic birds display delightfully captivating mating rituals, from flashy dancing to flaunting their colorful feathers.

  • Master Z: The Ip Man Legacy (film)

Netflix description: After his defeat by Ip Man, martial-arts expert Cheung Tin-chi gives up the Wing Chun discipline and vows to live quietly in Hong Kong with his son. But he soon runs afoul of a triad and is pulled back into a life of violence.

Photo: Ursula Coyote / Netflix

October 24th 

  • Daybreak (series)

Netflix description: High school isn’t the end of the world… until it is. In this post-apocalyptic, genre-bending series, the city of Glendale, California is populated by marauding gangs of jocks, gamers, the 4-H Club, and other fearsome tribes who are kicking ass as they fight to survive in the wake of a nuclear blast (on the night of Homecoming… ugh). Following an eclectic group of survivors as they navigate this strange and treacherous world, Daybreak is part samurai saga, part endearing coming-of-age story, and part Battle Royale. This Generation A series (A for Apocalypse! Get it?) is rated TV MA. 

  • Revenge of the Pontianak (film)

October 25th

  • A Tale of Love and Darkness (film)

Netflix description: Bringing to life the memoir of celebrated Israeli author Amos Oz, this affecting drama depicts his early years, when his family was swept up in the turbulence and violence of Israel’s founding as a nation.

  • Assimilate (film)

Netflix description: While hard at work on a web series about their community, friends Zach Henderson, Randy Foster and Kayla Shepard make a frightening discovery: Their neighbors are being killed and their bodies taken over by doppelgängers.

  • Brigada Costa del Sol (series)

Netflix description: This series explores the history of drug traffic in Spain and focuses on the first law enforcement organization created to fight it in the mid 1970s.

  • Brotherhood (series)

Netflix description: An honest lawyer (Naruna Costa) reaches a moral crossroads after learning her brother (Seu Jorge) is the leader of a rising criminal faction in Brazil.

Photo: François Duhamel / Netflix
  • Dolemite Is My Name (film)

Netflix description: Academy Award nominee and Golden Globe winner Eddie Murphy portrays real-life legend Rudy Ray Moore, a comedy and rap pioneer who proved naysayers wrong when his hilarious, obscene, kung-fu fighting alter ego, Dolemite, became a 1970s Blaxploitation phenomenon.

  • Greenhouse Academy: season 3 (series)

Netflix description: The teen drama set in an elite boarding school in Southern California returns for Season 3, with the two rival student houses joining forces to uncover an evil plot.

  • The Kominsky Method: season 2 (series)

Netflix description: The sun isn’t setting yet on aging actor slash acting coach, Sandy Kominsky and his longtime agent Norman Newlander in the award-winning Netflix comedy series The Kominsky Method. Academy Award® Winners Michael Douglas (Kominsky) and Alan Arkin (Newlander) continue their journey as two friends tackling life’s inevitable curveballs as they navigate their later years in Los Angeles, a city that, above all else, values youth. This season, Sandy meets and bonds with his daughter’s new boyfriend (guest star Paul Reiser) who is uncomfortably close to Sandy’s age. Meanwhile, Norman reconnects with an old flame from his youth (guest star Jane Seymour) and after fifty years, they decide to start again. Nancy Travis and Sarah Baker co-star. Both comedic and emotional, The Kominsky Method is a half-hour single-camera comedy created by 8-time Emmy Award Nominee Chuck Lorre. Lorre, Al Higgins and Michael Douglas executive produce the series which is produced by Chuck Lorre Productions, Inc. in association with Warner Bros. Television. The second season consists of eight episodes.

  • Monzon (series)

Netflix description: This series explores the criminal investigations of Argentine boxing champion Carlos Monzón, who in 1989 was found guilty of the violent murder of his wife Alicia Muñiz. 

  • Nailed It! France (C’est du Gâteau!) (reality series)

Netflix description: Nailed it! hits France with a splat as home bakers talented in catastrophe compete to make almost-edible wonders. French pastry may never be the same.

  • Nailed It! Spain (Niquelao!) (reality series)

Netflix description: Nailed It! cruises to Spain, where novices try to avoid a fiasco while baking stunners. La Terremoto de Alcorcón hosts alongside chef Christian Escribá.

  • Prank Encounters (reality series)

Netflix description: Hosted by Gaten Matarazzo (Stranger Things), each episode of this terrifying and hilarious prank show takes two complete strangers on the surprise ride of a lifetime. It’s business as usual until their paths collide and their one-day assignments turn into supernatural surprises. Where fear meets funny, Prank Encounters is the most elaborate hidden camera prank show ever devised.

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  • Rattlesnake (film)

Netflix description: Katrina (Carmen Ejogo) is a single mother driving cross-country to start a new life with her young daughter Clara (Apollina Pratt) when their car breaks down in the middle of nowhere. As Katrina changes the tire, Clara wanders off the desert road and is bitten by a venomous rattlesnake. Desperate to save her daughter’s life, Katrina accepts the help of a mysterious woman, but after she miraculously heals Clara, Katrina is asked to repay the good deed by killing a stranger in exchange for the life saved. Without time to lose, she must wrestle with the morality of who deserves to live and who should die, before her daughter’s life is once again put in peril at sundown. Rattlesnake is a pulse-pounding, psychological horror film directed by Zak Hilditch (1922, These Final Hours), also starring Theo Rossi (Sons of Anarchy, Marvel’s Luke Cage) and Emma Greenwell (Shameless, Love & Friendship, The Rock) and produced by Ross Dinerstein (1922, The Package, 6 Balloons).

  • It Takes a Lunatic (documentary film)

Netflix description: An intimate portrait of Wynn Handman, a teacher who impacted generations of actors and directors — including Denzel Washington, Christopher Walken, Connie Britton, John Leguizamo, Aasif Mandvi, Alec Baldwin, Burt Reynolds, Joanne Woodward and many more. 

October 28th 

  • A 3 Minute Hug (documentary film)

Netflix description: This documentary captures the joy and heartbreak of families separated by the U.S.-Mexico border sharing a short but bittersweet reunion in 2018.

  • Little Miss Sumo (documentary film)

Netflix description: Banned from competing professionally, sumo wrestling champion Hiyori confronts obstacles inside and outside the ring in an attempt to change the rules of Japan’s national sport — and fight gender inequality.

  • Shine On with Reese: season 1 (series)

October 29th 

  • Arsenio Hall: Smart & Classy (comedy special)

Netflix description: Actor, talk show host, producer, and comedy legend Arsenio Hall makes his Netflix comedy special debut with Smart & Classy. Over the course of his illustrious career entertaining audiences around the world, Arsenio reflects on stand-up in today’s political climate, Coming to America, winning Celebrity Apprentice, his favorite drug, and more!

October 30th

  • Flavorful Origins: Yunnan Cuisine (documentary series)

Netflix description: Explore the diverse flavors of China’s Yunnan province and get to know the cooks and ingredients that shape its rich culinary tradition.

October 31st

  • Kengan Ashura: Part ll (anime)

Netflix description: The Annihilation Tournament rages on: corporate leaders jockey for the Kengan chairmanship while their gladiators beat each other bloody in the ring.

  • Nowhere Man (series)

Netflix description: Two nefarious schemes taking place 10 years apart entangle a dauntless triad member who must break out of prison to rescue a loved one.

  • Raging Bull (film)

Leaving October 1st

  • A.I. Artificial Intelligence
  • All the President’s Men
  • Bonnie and Clyde (1967)
  • Bring It On: In It to Win It
  • Cabaret (1972)
  • Casper
  • Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
  • Cloverfield
  • Deliverance
  • Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
  • Empire Records
  • Evolution
  • Forks Over Knives
  • Frances Ha
  • Free State of Jones
  • Get Carter
  • Gremlins
  • Hoosiers
  • Impractical Jokers: season 1
  • In Bruges
  • Julie & Julia
  • Lakeview Terrace
  • Midsomer Murders: Series 1-19
  • Obsessed
  • Pineapple Express
  • Platoon
  • Quiz Show
  • She’s Out of My League
  • The Dukes of Hazzard
  • The Nightmare
  • The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
  • The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2
  • Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Leaving October 5th

  • Despicable Me 3

Leaving October 7th

  • David Blaine: What Is Magic?
  • Scream 4

Leaving October 9th

  • Little Witch Academia
  • Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade
  • Sword Art Online II: season 1

Leaving October 15th

  • El Internado: seasons 1–7

Leaving October 20th

  • Bridget Jones’s Baby

Leaving October 25th

  • The Carrie Diaries: seasons 1–2

Leaving October 29th 

  • The Fall: Series 1
  • The Imitation Game