Netflix October 2021: What to Expect for New Coming
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October is coming, and Netflix is coming with new movies and shows, including some of the best movies that were ever made, which will satisfy your needs for a bing- watch and relaxation in the weekend.
Plus, if you're looking for something with absolutely killer vibes to get you ready for Halloween, the long-awaited third season of You drops on October 15. We can only imagine what kind of trouble Joe gets up to in the ’burbs.
Full List of What’s Coming to Netflix in October 2021
What’s Coming to Netflix on October 1st
- 27 Steps of May (2018) – Award-winning Indonesian drama about a woman discovering a world beyond her traumatic past.
- A Sinister Sect: Colonia Dignidad (Season 1) N – Historical documentary about a religious leader establishing a base in Chile.
- Diana: The Musical (2021) N – A taping of the Broadway play Diana: The Musical which is based on the Princess of Wales. Was filmed during the height of the pandemic.
- Eagle Eye (2008) – Shia LaBeouf headlines this mystery thriller about two strangers who are paired together and facing challenges and if they don’t comply, they’ll lose everything.
- Eternal Summer (2006) – Taiwanese LGBTQ romance drama.
- Forever Rich (2021) N – Dutch comedy about a rapper who maintains a tough-guy persona which is under threat after a violent robbery.
- Live by Night (2016) – Ben Affleck stars in this crime drama about a group of gangsters from Boston who set up shop down in Florida.
- Maid (Limited Series) N – Adapting a New York Times best-selling memoir you’ll join a single mother who is struggling to keep ends meet after taking up a housekeeping job.
- Oats Studio – Volume 1 (Season 1) – A collection of CG short films from director Neill Blomkamp.
- Our Brand is Crisis (2015) – Comedy starring Sandra Bullock and Billy Bob Thornton. The movie sees an American consultant recruited to help re-elect a relatively useless and controversial president in Bolivia.
- Paik’s Spirit (Season 1) N – Korean talk show.
- Project X (2012) – Todd Phillips produces this late-night comedy about three high school seniors throwing a birthday party to make a name for themselves. Things get out of hand and fast.
- Scaredy Cats (Season 1) N – Kids live-action series based on three young witches.
- Seinfeld (Seasons 1-9) – Winner of 10 Primetime Emmys, all 180 episodes of Seinfeld will come to Netflix exclusively around the world on October 1st. Starring Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Michael Richards.
- Swallow (2021) N – Nollywood movie based on the 2010 novel.
- The Cave (2005) – Horror movie where a group of divers become trapped in a cave full of blood-thirsty creatures.
- The DUFF (2015) – High school comedy about a senior who seeks to disrupt the social order after being called a DUFF (Designated Ugly Fat Friend)
- The Guilty (2021) N – Jake Gyllenhaal and Ethan Hawke star in this thriller about a police officer who has been moved to dispatch duty.
- The Seven Deadly Sins: Cursed by Light (2021) N – The second feature film in the anime franchise.
What’s Coming to Netflix on October 4th
- On My Block (Season 4) N – The conclusion season (but not the end) of the teen comedy-drama that is set two years after the event of season 3.
What’s Coming to Netflix on October 5th
- Escape the Undertaker (2021) N – Interactive WWE special.
- Remember You (Season 1) – Thai crime romance series about a young detective pulled in to help aid his failing memory.
- Bad Sport (Volume 1) N – New sports docu-series looking into when crime and sport intersect.
- Baking Impossible (Season 1) N – A brand new baking competition show where engineers and bakers are teamed up together. Hosted by Justin Willman.
- Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things (2019) – Music documentary on the female musician who was known for being the biggest female artist for half a century.
- Love is Blind: Brazil (Season 1) N – A new international spin-off of the Netflix dating show.
- The Blacklist (Season 8) – The latest season of the NBC series headlined by James Spader.
- The Five Juanas (Season 1) N – Telenova about five women who are linked after they discover the have the same birthmark.
- There’s Someone Inside Your House (2021) N – Horror thriller ahead of Halloween from producer Shawn Levy. The movie follows a group of young outsiders who are hoping to stop a serial killer.
- The Billion Dollar Code (Season 1) N – New limited series based on the true story of two German computer pioneers heading to court to sue Google.
- The Ingenuity of the Househusband (Season 1) N – Japanese short-form comedy series.
- The Way of the Househusband (Part 2) N – Second batch of episodes of the anime series.
- A Tale of Dark & Grimm (Season 1) N – New animated kids series based on the classic Hansel and Gretel tale.
- Angeliena (2021) – South African movie from Uga Carlini about a parking attendant who sets out to travel the world.
- Family Business (Season 3) N – The French comedy series about a family in the business of growing and selling pot comes to a conclusion.
- Grudge / Kin (2021) N – Turkish thriller about a police chief becoming embroiled in a case that keeps unravelling.
- House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths (Season 1) N – True-crime docuseries that looks into the deaths of 11 members of a Dehli family.
- My Brother, My Sister (2021) N – Italian drama.
- Pokemon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle (2021) N – A new animated Pokemon movie about Koko who meets Ash and Pikachu and must team up to save his home.
- Pretty Smart (Season 1) N – LGBTQ sitcom about a young girl named Chelsea who moves in with her sister and her three roommates.
- Blue Period (Season 1 – New Episodes Weekly) N – Anime series about a young boy who is bored of school and expresses himself using art.
- A Sinister Sect: Colonia Dignidad (Season 1) N – Docuseries on a colony of Germans who established themselves in Chile.
- The Baby-Sitters Club (Season 2) N – The Tween comedy series from Rachel Shukert returns for a second season.
- The King’s Affection (Season 1 – New Episodes Weekly) N – Korean period drama about a prince’s twin sister taking over the duties of the throne.
- Bright: Samurai Soul (2021) N – An anime feature film that serves as a spin-off to the 2017 Will Smith movie that’s set in the early years of Japan’s Meiji Restoration.
- Convergence: Courage in a Crisis (2021) N – Orlando von Einsiedel directed documentary focusing on the unsung heroes of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Making Malinche: A Documentary by Nacho Cano (2021) N – Music documentary.
- Mighty Express (Season 5) N – Kids animated series.
- Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It (2021) – Documentary on the Puerto Rican actress who made waves and starred in Netflix’s One Day at a Time.
- Sivaji (2007) – Indian action thriller.
- The Movies That Made Us (Season 3) N – More behind-the-scenes looks at your favorite movies with this season covering Aliens, Robocop, Halloween, Coming to America, and more.
- Fever Dream (2021) N – American-Chilean-Spanish co-production drama based on the novel by Samantha Schweblin.
- Operation Hyacinth (2021) N – Set in Poland 1985, this sees a young officer take a case into his own hands to discover the truth.
- Violet Evergarden The Movie (2021) N – Anime feature film set after the main series.
- Ghost Hunting (2017) – Documentary about a group of Palestinian men who talk about their capture and torture.
- One Night in Paris (2021) N – French stand-up special.
- Another World (Season 2) N – Niko and her crew witness the annihilation of a planet in the second season of Netflix’s sci-fi thriller series.
- Karma’s World (Season 1) N – Animated kids series produced and starring Ludacris about a young girl with a musical talent.
- Little Things (Season 4) N – Indian romantic comedy series returns.
- My Name (Season 1) N – Korean series also known as Undercover Nemesis about a woman who joins a gang to avenge her father.
- Sharkdog’s Fintastic Halloween (2021) N – Animated special for the new CG-kids series.
- The Forgotten Battle (2021) N – Dutch war drama.
- The Four of Us / Du Sie Er & Wir (2021) N – German comedy directed by Florian Gottschick about two couples set after a four-week partner swap.
- You (Season 3) N – Netflix’s creepy serial killer series based on the books sees Joe face a new challenge, his first-born child.
- Misfit: The Series (Season 1) N – Teen comedy about a group known as The Misfits prepping a school musical.
- Victoria & Abdul (2017) – Judi Dench stars in this historical drama which sees Queen Victoria strike up a friendship with a young Indian clerk.
- Meeting Point / Kimya (2021) – Turkish arthouse movie about two strangers’ paths crossing. Directed by Umut Evirgen.
- Gabby’s Dollhouse (Season 3) N – Dreamworks educational series returns
- Found (2021) N – Adoption documentary from Amanda Lipitz.
- Night Teeth (2021) N – A college student picks up seemingly innocent girls who are heading on a night out however they turn out to be extremely dangerous.
- Stuck Together (2021) N – Dany Boon directs this comedy set in Paris during the pandemic and sees families try to get along while confined to their shared apartments.
- Flip a Coin -ONE OK ROCK Documentary- (2021) N – Musical documentary on the Japanese band, ONE OK ROCK.
- Insiders (Season 1) N – Spanish reality series.
- Life’s a Glitch with Julien Bam (Season 1) N – German series starring German YouTube star Julien Bam.
- Sex, Love, and goop (Season 1) N – Gwyneth Paltrow along with team goop look into how to enhance your relationship for deeper intimacy.
- Adventure Beast (Season 1) N – Animated adult comedy series about a brave zoologist and his assistant saving wild beasts.
- Inside Job (Season 1) N – Alex Hirsch and Shion Takeuchi team together on this brand new animated series set in the underground HQ of the Deep State.
- Locke & Key (Season 2) N – The story continues with more keys and more problems. Based on the Joe Hill comic series.
- Maya and the Three (Limited Series) N – Animated fantasy series about a princess embarking on a mission to fulfill an ancient prophecy.
- Hypnotic (2021) N – Horror thriller about a young woman seeking self-improvement but the hypnotherapist she hires comes with a lot of secrets.
- Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight Part 2 (2021) N – Sequel to the Polish horror movie.
- Sintonia (Season 2) N – Portuguese teen drama.
- Luis Miguel: The Series (Season 3) N – The final season of the musical biopic series.
- Army of Thieves (2021) N – Prequel to Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead that sees Matthias Schweighofer reprise his role as Ludwig who is recruited for another heist.
- Colin in Black & White (Limited Series) N – Avu DuVernay helms this new series based on the life of the activist and sportsman, Colin Kaepernick.
- The Time It Takes (Season 1) N – Spanish romance series about a woman looking for a new career and is willing to get into some strange things to make it. Starring Nadia de Santiago and Álvaro Cervantes.
Information on some of the best Netflix original shows and movies coming in October 2021
1. Scaredy Cats – Netflix
On her 12th birthday, Willa Ward receives a purr-fect gift that unlocks a world of witchcraft, talking animals and so much more with her best friends.
Netflix is bringing family-friendly frights to the table this Halloween with a few different projects, one of which is a brand new original series titled Scaredy Cats. Part of this year’s “Netflix and Chills” lineup, Scaredy Cats will be premiering on October 1, 2021.
In the series, “On Willa Ward’s twelfth birthday, she inherits a beautiful charm necklace that belonged to her mother, who was a witch. She soon learns 2 bad witches, Wilma and Wanda are after her locket so they can have ultimate power, and she alongside her best friends Scout and Lily turn into cats to escape.
“They must learn to use the necklace and her witch powers to defeat the bad witches and save their town.”
2. The Guilty (2021) – Netflix
The Guilty is a 2021 American crime thriller film directed and produced by Antoine Fuqua, from a screenplay by Nic Pizzolatto. A remake of the 2018 Danish film of the same name, the film stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Ethan Hawke, Riley Keough, Christina Vidal, Eli Goree, Da'Vine Joy Randolph, Paul Dano, and Peter Sarsgaard.
The Guilty had its world premiere at the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival on September 11, 2021. The film is scheduled to be released in a limited release on September 24, 2021, prior to streaming on Netflix on October 1.
3. A Tale of Dark & Grimm (Season 1) – Netflix
Based on the best-selling book series by Adam Gidwitz, the animated series follows Hansel and Gretel as they run away from home to find better parents...or at least ones who won't chop off their heads! As Hansel and Gretel leave their own story and venture through other classic Grimm fairy tales, unexpected narrators' guide us through their encounters with witches, warlocks, dragons and even the devil himself. As the siblings roam a forest brimming with menacing foes, they learn the true story behind the famous tales, as well as how to take charge of their destinies and create their own happily ever after. Because once upon a time, fairy tales were awesome.
4. The Baby-Sitters Club (Season 2) – Netflix
On October 28, 2020, the Netflix Australia and New Zealand Twitter account confirmed BSC would return for season 2. The video announcement featured the show's original stars—Malia Baker (Mary Anne), Momona Tamada (Claudia), Xochitl Gomez (Dawn), Jessi (Anais Lee), Vivian Watson (Mallory), Shay Rudolph (Stacey), and Sophie Grace (Kristy) —lip-syncing to the theme song from the original HBO series, which aired in 1990.
Then, in August 2021, Netflix finally revealed first-look images and a release date: October 11. The sneak peek has us eagerly anticipating Claudia's return to the (middle school bedroom) runway.
5. You (Season 3, 2021) – Netflix
Deadline confirmed in April 2021 that following several COVID-19 related production delays, filming on You season 3 was completed and the show will premiere in Q4 of 2021. Showrunner Sera Gamble confirmed in February of 2020 that they'd started work on season three.
There's also an official Twitter account that provides updates about the writing room. Some of the best details to be revealed? That the eighth episode of the season is "batshit"...and that anal beads may or may not be involved in the season.
The new teaser welcomes Joe and Love's bundle of joy. It shows a pair of hands, presumably those of Love, making a cake for their newborn. While the hands crush eggshells and wipe drops of blood-red icing off a knife, Joe opines about having a son, at one point saying that the idea of raising a boy like him was "not without his challenges."
The trailer ends with two reveals: that the new season will premiere this October, and that Joe and Love's son will have the literary name Henry. A gender reveal has never been quite so sinister.
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