As the nights get colder, there’s nothing better than snuggling up on the sofa and finding something new to stream. Lots of great shows were added to Netflix in September, but October has even more in store—find out what’s being released this month.
Rhythm + Flow
Netflix’s first music competition show sees Cardi B, Chance the Rapper and T.I. on the search for a hip hop superstar in the making. With several city stops across hip hop home grounds across the USA, you can expect appearances from some of the biggest legends in the industry.
Release date: 9th October
Riverdale – Season 4
The teen drama inspired by the Archie Comics series is back again for a fourth season, as the gang start their senior year. The shocking flash-forward of last season showed Archie, Bettie and Veronica cleaning up after a murder with no sign of Jughead, leaving viewers of the show with a lot of questions! The season premiere will be a tribute to the late Luke Perry, who played the role of Archie’s dad, Fred Andrews.
Release date: 10th October
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie
Original Breaking Bad fans will rejoice as Jesse Pinkman’s (Aaron Paul) story continues from where the series ended. The film follows his time on the run from his captors and his desperate attempts to escape the past so that he can forge a future for himself.
Release date: 11th October
Living With Yourself
It’s a 2 for 1 deal with Paul Rudd in this existential comedy! The eight episode series follows Miles Elliott (Paul Rudd) as he deals with the sudden appearance of his seemingly better double after undergoing an experimental treatment to improve his life.
Release date: 18th October
Riverdale meets Borderlands in this post-apocalyptic high school drama, which stars Matthew Broderick (Ferris Bueller’s Day Off) as Glendale High School’s Principal. A nuclear blast on the night of Homecoming causes a group of survivors to come together and navigate the dangers of the world as they fight other tribes formed from traditional high school cliques.
Release date: 24th October
Let us know in the comments what you’re looking forward to watching on Netflix in October!