New to Netflix in October

Netflix Original Series
The Ranch Season 1: Part 2 (07/10/16)

The Bennett men ponder the future of the ranch as Colt and Beau wrestle with conflicted feelings about the women in their lives.

Haters Back Off! (14/10/16)

Based on the character created by Colleen Ballinger-Evans, Haters Back Off delves into the oddball family life of Miranda Sings, an incredibly confident, totally untalented star on the rise who continues to fail upward by the power of her belief that she was born famous, it’s just no one knows it yet.

Midnight Diner – Tokyo Stories (21/10/16)

Humorous and sometimes wistful episodes of human drama that feed both the belly and the soul, set in a back alley eatery called Meshiya, referred to by its patrons as the Midnight Diner. 

Black Mirror: Season 3 (21/10/2016)

New episodes of the anthology series that taps into our collective unease with the modern world and explores themes of contemporary techno-paranoia. 

Trailer Park Boys: Out of the Park Europe Special (28/10/16)

Canadian comedy television series featuring Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay and Mike Smith on a unique mission in a different city, interacting with locals and experiencing their unique cultures.

Netflix Original Film
The Siege of Jadotville (07/10/16)

True story of a 150-member Irish UN battalion defending a Congolese mining town against an assault by 3,000 soldiers and mercenaries.

Mascots (13/10/16)

A group of “unusual” big-headed and furry-suited men and women compete to be crowned Best Mascot in the World in Christopher Guest’s newt movie.

7 años (28/10/16)

Drama centred around four friends and business partners who in one evening are forced to find a way to save their company and themselves. The impossible decision they face is agreeing on who will sacrifice their freedom to save the others from personal and financial demise. 

Netflix Original Documentaries
13th (07/10/16)

Ava DuVernay’s extraordinary and galvanising documentary lays out the progression from the 13th Amendment to the Constitution — “neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States” — to the horrors of mass criminalisation and the sprawling American prison industry.

Sky Ladder: The Art of Cai Gui-Qiang (14/10/16)

Traces Cai’s meteoric rise from childhood in Mao’s China to pre-eminent global artist,from his seminal 1993 work that extended the Great Wall of China with six miles of gunpowder fuse, to the daytime coloured fireworks that ripped through the deserts of Doha, to the astonishing opening and closing ceremonies of the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Into the Inferno (28/10/16)

Werner Herzog and volcanologist Clive Oppenheimer embark upon a global journey exploring some of the world’s most mythical volcanoes in Indonesia, Ethiopia, Iceland and North Korea.

Netflix Original Comedies
Russell Peters: Almost Famous (07/10/16) 

Russell Peters is back and as fearless as ever in front of a sold out audience in Toronto, focusing on his two favourite subjects: family and race.

Joe Rogan: Triggered (21/10/16)

Joe Rogan takes to the stage to unleash his inquisitive and intense comedic style at the historic Fillmore in San Francisco where he explores everything from raising kids and Santa Claus to pot gummies and talking to dolphins.

Netflix Kids Originals 

DinoTrux: Season 3 (07/10/16)

Watch the crew that’s half dinosaur, half construction truck and all awesome crush it in battles and builds bigger than ever before. 

Project Mc2: Season 3 (14/10/16)

McKeyla’s aunt gives the girls an all-new assignment, but first they’ve got to figure out if a trusted ally has gone rogue.

World Party (21/10/16)

A vocabulary building show that follows four adorable baby animals as they sing, dance and play using a proprietary technology from Jim Henson’s Creature Shop that allows puppeteers to perform digitally animated characters in real time.

Mr Peabody and Mr Sherman Show: Season 3 (21/10/16)

Opens with Peabody and Sherman teaming up with alter-ego versions of themselves to defeat an evil cyborg version of Mrs. Hughes and fix the course of history!

Skylanders Academy: Season 1 (28/10/16)

Animated action-comedy about the heroic adventures of a ragtag group of heroes with unique elemental skills who travel the vast Skylands universe, protecting it from evil-doers.

Highlights: TV
Top Gear: Series 21 (1/10/16)

Chewin’ the Fat: Season 1 (1/10/16)

Under Arrest: Season 2-3 (5/10/16)

Homeland: Season 5 (5/10/2016)

American Horror Story: Hotel (8/10/2016)

Downton Abbey: Series 6 (15/10/16)

Power Rangers Dino Super Charge: Season 1 (15/10/16)

Redfern Now: Promise Me (15/10/16)

The American Dream Project: Season 1 (21/10/16)

Ricky and Morton: Season 2 (26/10/16)

Highlights: Film
The Hangover (1/10/16)

Yes Man (1/10/16)

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (1/10/16)

Jiro Dreams of Sushi (1/10/16)

The Cabin in the Woods (1/10/16)

Red State (1/10/16)

Facing Ali (1/10/16)

Marley (1/10/16)

Dennis the Menace (1/10/16)

Interstellar (8/10/2016)

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (10/10/16)

Queen Mimi (12/10/16)

Being George Clooney (15/10/16)

A Family Affair (16/10/16)

Soul Surfer (19/10/16)

Under the Sun (20/10/16)

Horrible Bosses 2 (22/10/16)

The Sixth Sense (26/10/16)

A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (31/10/16).

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5 Responses to “New to Netflix in October”

  1. BOO still no season 2 of Gotham :(

  2. Season 2 is airing on Duke, not HD I know, though it is within a day.

  3. That’s actually season 3 on Duke at the moment, season 2 has been out for a while. In fact, it’s already on DVD/Blu-ray overseas :)

  4. My bad, what I mean’t to say was that Season 2 was on TV 2 and the new one was on Duke. Sorry.

  5. It’s OK Darren, just hope Netflix has season 2 soon :) I have been watching season 1 of Zoo on Netflix, I love it :)

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