Everything coming to Netflix, Amazon Prime, and HBO Now in October

October is nearly here, so it’s time to think about Halloween, and streaming services are doing their best to offer up a selection of the spooky, supernatural, and suspenseful. Netflix is leading the way with a number of original movies and TV shows coming to subscribers over the course of the month. Mike Flanagan’s TV series adaptation of the Shirley Jackson novel The Haunting of Hill House will arrive on October 12th, along with Apostle, the new period horror film from director Gareth Evans (The Raid). Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, the latest adaptation of the Archie comic, will arrive on October 26th, and it looks to be including a healthy dose of Satanic weirdness to differentiate itself from the 1990s Melissa Joan Hart version. New seasons of Making a Murderer and Daredevil will also be making their debuts — just in case viewers want something a little more traditional.

Amazon Prime customers will have plenty of new programming, and while the new season of the anthology series Lore is definitely aimed at those looking for the unsettling, the service also has new programming that can serve as a counterpoint to the horror season hullabaloo. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner’s new series The Romanoffs will premiere on October 12th, and the latest season of Man in the High Castle will also be arriving during the month. And if you’re really in the mood for something unnerving, writer-director Bryan Bertino’s single-location thriller The Strangers will be available on October 1st.

HBO Now, on the other hand, will be tackling the abject horror of our current political realities with the October 12th debut of Pod Saves America. Rob Zombie’s House of 1,000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects will also be available. But don’t fret — if that’s too dark and depressing, Flight of the Conchords: Live in London will no doubt serve as the effervescent distraction everyone is looking for. If all you’re looking for is some old-fashioned horror classics, HBO Now has got you covered there, too. The service will feature movies like The Descent, The Silence of the Lambs, and the original Omen films — although those will be vanishing on October 31st, so subscribers will have to strike while the sacred, Antichrist-killing daggers are hot.

We’ve included the full list of titles for all three services below.

Coming to Netflix

October 1st

October 2nd

October 3rd

October 4th

October 5th

October 6th

October 8th

October 9th

October 10th

October 11th

October 12th

October 15th

October 16th

October 19th

October 21st

October 23rd

Adam Sandler 100% Fresh

October 24th

October 25th

October 26th

October 27th

October 28th

October 30th

October 31st

Leaving Netflix

October 1st

October 2nd

October 6th

October 8th

October 10th

October 13th

October 14th

October 17th

October 22nd

October 24th

October 25th

October 26th

October 28th

Coming to Amazon Prime Video

October 1st

October 2nd

October 5th

October 6th

October 11th

October 12th

October 13th

October 14th

October 16th

October 17th

October 18th

October 19th

October 20th

October 25th

October 26th

October 31st

Coming to HBO Now

October 1st

October 2nd

October 5th

October 6th

October 7th

October 8th

October 12th

October 13th

October 14th

October 15th

October 16th

October 19th

October 20th

October 22nd

October 25th

October 26th

October 27th

Leaving HBO Now

October 21st

October 31st

Update October 10th, 2:40AM ET: According to Amazon, a “title availability delay” resulted in several movies and TV shows included in this listing to not come to Amazon Prime as originally expected. The titles in question have been removed from this story.

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PLEASE SORT THE TITLES BY TITLE AND NOT BY DATE.

Netflix’s also just recently dropped a new cartoon called "Hilda" and it’s delightful, give it a spin if that’s your thing.

TERRACE HOUSE!!!!!!

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