We've all been spending far more time watching Netflix than we perhaps usually would in a world where a pandemic hasn't rendered many of us with the inability to live a normal life, and since March, we've all certainly become more accustomed to that fact. During this time, the streaming service has upped its game ten-fold with the number of new shows and films that are becoming available to watch each month. With that, we have been following along with upcoming releases to bring you: Everything coming to Netflix in October that we are excited for, below.
By the creators of Orange is The New Black, Social Distance is a sweet, heartfelt narrative filmed in isolation about the ways we navigate staying connected in a time where doing so poses great challenges.
A Netflix original reality series which spotlights a group of deaf and hard of hearing university students who are moving through life together and sharing their stories of growth as they do so.
Armie Hammer and Lily James star in the film adaption of Rebecca, a tale of a young woman who falls in love with a widower, Maxim de Winter and after a whirlwind marriage, begins to struggle settling into his mansion where his late wife's ghost still seems to haunt, and his sinister housekeeper wants her gone.
This revered period crime drama follows Sara Howard (played by Dakota Fanning) who enlists the help of Dr. Laslo Kreizler (Daniel Brühl) and John Moore (Luke Evans) to help her investigate a serial killer who is preying on homeless young boys. Extremely haunting.
Acclaimed as Euphoria 2.0, Grand Army follows a group of students who attend the largest high school in Brooklyn, and move through life as developing teenagers in America today. It deals with themes such as racial justice, sex, violence, and friendship.
More period drama madness, but this time with Milly Bobby Brown as Sherlock Holmes younger sister. As a cunning young woman, Enola ventures to London in search of her mother who has disappeared. As she uses her sleuthing skills true to the family name, she becomes wrapped up in a dangerous conspiracy around a mysterious young Lord.
Legendary presenter and RUSSH (read: worldwide) favourite David Attenborough offers up Planet Earth in a new iteration, recounting his life and career, and bringing us an important message on the impending state of our earth.
Sarah Paulson stars in the telling of the infamous Nurse Ratched's life, as she begins to work at a psychiatric hospital where her inner darkness emerges.