Here’s Everything Coming To UK Netflix In October

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It’s a strange time of year. The summer gave out a limp blast of heat and now we’re fully in the throes of autumn. Amid navigating a tricky transitional wardrobe (Google searches include: how am I cold and sweaty at the same time?) and lamenting rising energy bills due to the darker days, we’ve resigned ourselves to spending the month ahead on the sofa.

Thankfully, Netflix has been at our service to ease our reluctant bodies out of the summer months with lots of incredible content. Sex Education returned with a bang for its third season, sensitively tackling themes of sexual assault and identity. Hard-hitting documentary Turning Point: 9/11 and the War on Terror observed the enduring legacy of the terror attacks in the US, 20 years later. For those struggling to fill the Love Island void, dating reality series Too Hot To Handle Latino headed to a new, drama-filled tropical paradise.

As we head into October, Netflix has packed our schedules out. Whether you’re after the return of a certain psychological thriller series, royal family musicals or incisive documentaries, here is everything coming to the platform this month...

<strong><em>Turning Point: 9/11 and the War on Terror </em></strong><br><br>Twenty years after the event, a new five-part docuseries is examining the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center in New York. Giving personal perspectives on the history-defining moment, the series chronicles the actions leading up to the attacks, offering a new look at an event that changed America – and the world. <br><br>Available 1st September<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Turning Point: 9/11 and the War on Terror

Twenty years after the event, a new five-part docuseries is examining the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center in New York. Giving personal perspectives on the history-defining moment, the series chronicles the actions leading up to the attacks, offering a new look at an event that changed America – and the world.

Available 1st SeptemberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>How To Be A Cowboy</em></strong><br><br>In case you missed it, the <a href="https://www.refinery29.com/en-gb/2021/06/10546452/the-harder-they-fall-netflix-black-western" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:yeehaw agenda" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">yeehaw agenda</a> on Netflix is strong right now. Between <em>Concrete Cowboy </em>and the much-anticipated <em>The Harder They Fall</em>, the streaming platform has put westerns back on the map. Now, a new series charts one man’s pursuit to keep cowboy traditions alive IRL, showing the world the wonders of the Wild West. <br><br>Available 1st September<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
How To Be A Cowboy

In case you missed it, the yeehaw agenda on Netflix is strong right now. Between Concrete Cowboy and the much-anticipated The Harder They Fall, the streaming platform has put westerns back on the map. Now, a new series charts one man’s pursuit to keep cowboy traditions alive IRL, showing the world the wonders of the Wild West.

Available 1st SeptemberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Afterlife Of The Party </em></strong><br><br>For the <a href="https://www.refinery29.com/en-gb/generation-zillennial" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:zillennials" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">zillennials</a> who miss <em>Victorious</em>, this film is about to give you all the nostalgic '00s vibes you could ask for. Starring Nickelodeon’s own Victoria Justice, the movie follows a party girl who meets her demise during her birthday celebrations. She’s given a chance to right her wrongs when she meets her guardian angel, who allows her to make up for her past mistakes down on Earth.<br><br>Available 2nd September<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Afterlife Of The Party

For the zillennials who miss Victorious, this film is about to give you all the nostalgic '00s vibes you could ask for. Starring Nickelodeon’s own Victoria Justice, the movie follows a party girl who meets her demise during her birthday celebrations. She’s given a chance to right her wrongs when she meets her guardian angel, who allows her to make up for her past mistakes down on Earth.

Available 2nd SeptemberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Money Heist (Season 5) </em></strong><br><br>The fifth instalment of the groundbreaking Spanish series is back, with the first of two volumes airing this September. We pick up with the gang locked in the Bank of Spain, reckoning with the aftermath of losing one of their own. With no escape plan and a looming enemy at the scene, what started as a robbery has the potential to escalate into a war. <br><br>Available 3rd September<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Money Heist (Season 5)

The fifth instalment of the groundbreaking Spanish series is back, with the first of two volumes airing this September. We pick up with the gang locked in the Bank of Spain, reckoning with the aftermath of losing one of their own. With no escape plan and a looming enemy at the scene, what started as a robbery has the potential to escalate into a war.

Available 3rd SeptemberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Untold: Breaking Point</em></strong><br><br>If you were a fan of <em>The Last Dance</em>, this sports docuseries is set to be the next big thing on your watch list. Shedding fresh light on some of the biggest sporting events, the five-part series speaks to those who lived through the sports world's most defining moments, exploring what happened behind the scenes and what it took to get there<br><br>Available 7th September<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Untold: Breaking Point

If you were a fan of The Last Dance, this sports docuseries is set to be the next big thing on your watch list. Shedding fresh light on some of the biggest sporting events, the five-part series speaks to those who lived through the sports world's most defining moments, exploring what happened behind the scenes and what it took to get there

Available 7th SeptemberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>JJ + E </em></strong><br><br>Based on the award-winning book by Mats Wahl, <em>JJ + E</em> is Netflix’s latest indie teen romance. Set in modern-day Stockholm, the film follows Elisabeth and John-John as they navigate their growing feelings for each other despite a large class and cultural divide. When the pair end up in the same high school class, their lives change forever. <br><br>Available 8th September<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
JJ + E

Based on the award-winning book by Mats Wahl, JJ + E is Netflix’s latest indie teen romance. Set in modern-day Stockholm, the film follows Elisabeth and John-John as they navigate their growing feelings for each other despite a large class and cultural divide. When the pair end up in the same high school class, their lives change forever.

Available 8th SeptemberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Blood Brothers: Malcolm X and Muhammad</em></strong> <em><strong>Ali </strong></em><br><br>For those who enjoyed Regina King’s <em>One Night In Miami</em>, this documentary explores the real-life friendship between boxing champion Muhammad Ali and civil rights activist Malcolm X. Featuring never-before-seen footage, the documentary tells the story behind the <em><a href="https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B06XC75ZQ1/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Blood Brothers" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Blood Brothers</a></em><a href="https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B06XC75ZQ1/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:book" class="link rapid-noclick-resp"> book</a>, discussing the pair's famous relationship and their shared spiritual beliefs.<br><br>Available 9th September<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Blood Brothers: Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali

For those who enjoyed Regina King’s One Night In Miami, this documentary explores the real-life friendship between boxing champion Muhammad Ali and civil rights activist Malcolm X. Featuring never-before-seen footage, the documentary tells the story behind the Blood Brothers book, discussing the pair's famous relationship and their shared spiritual beliefs.

Available 9th SeptemberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<em><strong>Prey </strong></em><br><br>Why is it that stag dos in films always go so wrong? <em>Prey</em> takes things one step further than <em>The Hangover </em>when a bachelor party heads out on a hiking trip before the wedding. Hearing gunshots, they realise that they've got caught up in a mystery shootout and must do everything they can to survive.<br><br>Available 10th September<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Prey

Why is it that stag dos in films always go so wrong? Prey takes things one step further than The Hangover when a bachelor party heads out on a hiking trip before the wedding. Hearing gunshots, they realise that they've got caught up in a mystery shootout and must do everything they can to survive.

Available 10th SeptemberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<em><strong>Lucifer (Season 6)</strong></em><br><br>It’s truly the end of an era. After five seasons, the series is back with 10 final episodes to close out the story. Following Lucifer as he struggles with a new world with no God, the series asks what the devil wants for humanity while tying up the show’s loose ends. Here’s hoping fans get the conclusion they’re wishing for. <br><br>Available 10th September<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Lucifer (Season 6)

It’s truly the end of an era. After five seasons, the series is back with 10 final episodes to close out the story. Following Lucifer as he struggles with a new world with no God, the series asks what the devil wants for humanity while tying up the show’s loose ends. Here’s hoping fans get the conclusion they’re wishing for.

Available 10th SeptemberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>You vs Wild: Out Cold</em></strong><br><br>If you like to enjoy the great outdoors from the comfort of your sofa, then Bear Grylls’ new interactive movie will be right up your alley. Starting in the aftermath of a plane crash in the mountains, the film follows Bear as he navigates the harsh landscape to get to safety. Allowing the audience to make his survival decisions for him, this choose-your-own-adventure flick is perfect for the whole family. <br><br>Available 14th September<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
You vs Wild: Out Cold

If you like to enjoy the great outdoors from the comfort of your sofa, then Bear Grylls’ new interactive movie will be right up your alley. Starting in the aftermath of a plane crash in the mountains, the film follows Bear as he navigates the harsh landscape to get to safety. Allowing the audience to make his survival decisions for him, this choose-your-own-adventure flick is perfect for the whole family.

Available 14th SeptemberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<em><strong>Too Hot To Handle Latino</strong></em><br><br>If you’ve been a reality TV head for a while, you’ll know that <em>Too Hot To Handle</em> is Netflix’s wildly addictive dating show. Now the US series is heading to a new tropical paradise with contestants from Latin America and Spain in tow. Will the singles be able to stave off sexual desire in order to win the competition's $100,000 grand prize? You’ll have to tune in to find out. <br><br>Available 14th September<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Too Hot To Handle Latino

If you’ve been a reality TV head for a while, you’ll know that Too Hot To Handle is Netflix’s wildly addictive dating show. Now the US series is heading to a new tropical paradise with contestants from Latin America and Spain in tow. Will the singles be able to stave off sexual desire in order to win the competition's $100,000 grand prize? You’ll have to tune in to find out.

Available 14th SeptemberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Nailed It<br><br></em></strong>Do you enjoy spending your time watching strangers bake delectable treats? Then it's likely you’ve already come across <em>Nailed It</em>. The Emmy-nominated US series is back for a new season, with contestants having to bake a series of difficult culinary delights in order to win a $10,000 prize. <br><br>Available 15th September<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Nailed It

Do you enjoy spending your time watching strangers bake delectable treats? Then it's likely you’ve already come across Nailed It. The Emmy-nominated US series is back for a new season, with contestants having to bake a series of difficult culinary delights in order to win a $10,000 prize.

Available 15th SeptemberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Schumacher</em></strong><br><br>Made with the full support of Michael Schumacher’s family, this new documentary includes previously unseen interviews with one of Formula One’s greatest drivers. Detailing the life and career of the seven-time world champion, the doc explores who Schumacher really is and how his determination came to define motor racing. <br><br>Available 15th September<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Schumacher

Made with the full support of Michael Schumacher’s family, this new documentary includes previously unseen interviews with one of Formula One’s greatest drivers. Detailing the life and career of the seven-time world champion, the doc explores who Schumacher really is and how his determination came to define motor racing.

Available 15th SeptemberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Sex Education </em>(Season 3)</strong><br><br>The wait is over! Maeve and the gang are finally coming back to our screens. After season two's nail-biting finale, <em>Sex Education</em>’s third season looks to be even more exciting. It's a new term at Moordale and there are plenty of shake-ups, including a new headteacher, Eric and Adam being official and – who could forget – Jean having a baby. Plus, we get to find out what exactly happened with that voicemail... <br><br>Available 17th September<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Sex Education (Season 3)

The wait is over! Maeve and the gang are finally coming back to our screens. After season two's nail-biting finale, Sex Education’s third season looks to be even more exciting. It's a new term at Moordale and there are plenty of shake-ups, including a new headteacher, Eric and Adam being official and – who could forget – Jean having a baby. Plus, we get to find out what exactly happened with that voicemail...

Available 17th SeptemberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Dear White People</em> (Season 4)</strong><br><br>In its final season, <em>Dear White People</em> takes the audience on a journey through the Winchester students' last year at college. Set in a post-pandemic future, the characters are given time to reflect on their formative years, delving deeper into the ups and downs of life as a young person (with the musical numbers to match).<br><br>Available 22nd September<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Dear White People (Season 4)

In its final season, Dear White People takes the audience on a journey through the Winchester students' last year at college. Set in a post-pandemic future, the characters are given time to reflect on their formative years, delving deeper into the ups and downs of life as a young person (with the musical numbers to match).

Available 22nd SeptemberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Confessions Of An Invisible Girl<br><br></em></strong>Who doesn’t love a good ol’ teen movie? This latest Netflix release follows 16-year-old Tetê as she struggles to fit in at school or home. Then her unemployed parents make the decision to move the family to Copacabana in Rio de Janeiro, in order to live with her grandparents. Faced with a new start at a new school, Tetê is determined to do whatever it takes to have a thriving social life.<br><br>Available 22nd September<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Confessions Of An Invisible Girl

Who doesn’t love a good ol’ teen movie? This latest Netflix release follows 16-year-old Tetê as she struggles to fit in at school or home. Then her unemployed parents make the decision to move the family to Copacabana in Rio de Janeiro, in order to live with her grandparents. Faced with a new start at a new school, Tetê is determined to do whatever it takes to have a thriving social life.

Available 22nd SeptemberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Maid</em></strong><br><br>Inspired by Stephanie Land’s bestselling memoir, <em><a href="https://www.amazon.co.uk/Maid-Hard-Work-Mothers-Survive/dp/0316505110" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive</a></em>, this emotional limited series sees Margaret Qualley (<em>Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood</em>) step into the shoes of Alex, a single mother who – struggling to make ends meet, escaping an abusive relationship, and in and out of homeless shelters – takes on a gruelling job housecleaning. <br><br>Available 1st October<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Maid

Inspired by Stephanie Land’s bestselling memoir, Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive, this emotional limited series sees Margaret Qualley (Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood) step into the shoes of Alex, a single mother who – struggling to make ends meet, escaping an abusive relationship, and in and out of homeless shelters – takes on a gruelling job housecleaning.

Available 1st OctoberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>The Guilty</em></strong><br><br>Lumped in with the rest of the <a href="https://www.refinery29.com/en-gb/best-way-to-wash-your-body" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:celebrities-who-don’t-wash" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">celebrities-who-don’t-wash</a> cohort, we’d nearly forgotten that Jake Gyllenhaal used to occupy our screens. Happily he’s back in a tense new thriller as Joe, a police officer working as a 911 emergency call operator one night when he gets a distressing call from a female kidnap victim. <br><br>Available 1st October<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
The Guilty

Lumped in with the rest of the celebrities-who-don’t-wash cohort, we’d nearly forgotten that Jake Gyllenhaal used to occupy our screens. Happily he’s back in a tense new thriller as Joe, a police officer working as a 911 emergency call operator one night when he gets a distressing call from a female kidnap victim.

Available 1st OctoberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>On My Block</em></strong><br><br>The teen comedy series breezed into our lives back in 2018, following four friends – Monse, Ruby, Jamal and Cesar– navigating love, life and coming of age at a high school in a rough LA neighbourhood. Now, the fourth and final season is here. It picks up two years after we last saw the gang, who find themselves unexpectedly reunited after a long lost secret is unburied. <br><br>Available 4th October<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
On My Block

The teen comedy series breezed into our lives back in 2018, following four friends – Monse, Ruby, Jamal and Cesar– navigating love, life and coming of age at a high school in a rough LA neighbourhood. Now, the fourth and final season is here. It picks up two years after we last saw the gang, who find themselves unexpectedly reunited after a long lost secret is unburied.

Available 4th OctoberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Baking Impossible</em></strong><br><br>If you’re a fan of <em><a href="https://www.refinery29.com/en-gb/2020/10/10070827/when-was-great-british-bake-off-show-filmed-2020" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Great British Bake Off" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Great British Bake Off</a></em> and its towering showstoppers (bread week!), then this new competition show – pushing the boundaries of what is scientifically possible with food manipulation – is one for you. Pairing innovative bakers with boundary-pushing engineers, expect everything from edible boats that actually float to delicious skyscrapers that have to withstand the judder of a mini simulated earthquake. <br><br>Available 6th October<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Baking Impossible

If you’re a fan of Great British Bake Off and its towering showstoppers (bread week!), then this new competition show – pushing the boundaries of what is scientifically possible with food manipulation – is one for you. Pairing innovative bakers with boundary-pushing engineers, expect everything from edible boats that actually float to delicious skyscrapers that have to withstand the judder of a mini simulated earthquake.

Available 6th OctoberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>You: Season 3</em></strong><br><br>We’ve waited nearly two whole years to see what has come of psychopath Joe Goldberg now he’s swapped city stalking for the suburbs with his pregnant wife Love Quinn – who we discovered at the end of season two shares his lethal tendencies. With a new postcode inevitably come new potential obsessions and this season sees Joe with his eye on the woman next door, while juggling a baby plus judgemental neighbours in the form of mummy bloggers and tech entrepreneurs. <br><br>Available 15th October<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
You: Season 3

We’ve waited nearly two whole years to see what has come of psychopath Joe Goldberg now he’s swapped city stalking for the suburbs with his pregnant wife Love Quinn – who we discovered at the end of season two shares his lethal tendencies. With a new postcode inevitably come new potential obsessions and this season sees Joe with his eye on the woman next door, while juggling a baby plus judgemental neighbours in the form of mummy bloggers and tech entrepreneurs.

Available 15th OctoberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Amy of Thieves</em></strong><br><br>No one wants to admit they enjoyed Zack Snyder’s gore-porn zombie blockbuster <em>Army of the Dead</em>, but if you did, and are after the same big budget, take-your-brain-out action, his romantic comedy heist prequel is one to watch. It follows German safecracker Ludwig Dieter who is recruited by a mysterious woman into a crew of wanted criminals to crack three legendary safes across Europe. <br><br>Available 29th October<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Amy of Thieves

No one wants to admit they enjoyed Zack Snyder’s gore-porn zombie blockbuster Army of the Dead, but if you did, and are after the same big budget, take-your-brain-out action, his romantic comedy heist prequel is one to watch. It follows German safecracker Ludwig Dieter who is recruited by a mysterious woman into a crew of wanted criminals to crack three legendary safes across Europe.

Available 29th OctoberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Colin in Black & White</em></strong><br><br>NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick made headlines back in 2016, kneeling during the US national anthem in protest against racial inequality and police brutality – and has not played in the NFL since. Co-created by <a href="https://www.refinery29.com/en-gb/2020/09/10040546/netflix-residue-review" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Ava DuVernay" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Ava DuVernay</a>, this six-episode series tackles his inspiring story at the intersection of race, class and culture, becoming the activist and cultural icon he is today. <br><br>Available 29th October<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Colin in Black & White

NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick made headlines back in 2016, kneeling during the US national anthem in protest against racial inequality and police brutality – and has not played in the NFL since. Co-created by Ava DuVernay, this six-episode series tackles his inspiring story at the intersection of race, class and culture, becoming the activist and cultural icon he is today.

Available 29th OctoberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Convergence: Courage in a Crisis</em></strong><br><br>We’ve all partaken in our fair share of doomscrolling this past year but this moving pandemic documentary highlights the good in humanity – namely, the power of everyday community in a crisis. From a Syrian refugee fighting the UK government to a doctor dedicated to serving the Miami homeless community, it highlights nine individual stories spanning eight countries across the globe. <br><br>Available 12th October<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Convergence: Courage in a Crisis

We’ve all partaken in our fair share of doomscrolling this past year but this moving pandemic documentary highlights the good in humanity – namely, the power of everyday community in a crisis. From a Syrian refugee fighting the UK government to a doctor dedicated to serving the Miami homeless community, it highlights nine individual stories spanning eight countries across the globe.

Available 12th OctoberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Pretty Smart</em></strong><em><br></em><br>You may recognise Emily Osment’s face from her stint as sidekick Lily in Disney’s <em>Hannah Montana</em>, and the actor is now taking the lead in a brand-new comedy series. It follows a neurotic Harvard-educated woman who is forced to move in with her sister and her lovably eccentric friends when she is unceremoniously dumped by her boyfriend. Rampant <em>New Girl</em> energy.<br><br>Available 8th October<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Pretty Smart

You may recognise Emily Osment’s face from her stint as sidekick Lily in Disney’s Hannah Montana, and the actor is now taking the lead in a brand-new comedy series. It follows a neurotic Harvard-educated woman who is forced to move in with her sister and her lovably eccentric friends when she is unceremoniously dumped by her boyfriend. Rampant New Girl energy.

Available 8th OctoberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>The Baby-Sitters Club</em></strong><em>: </em><strong><em>S2</em></strong><br><br>Based on the beloved book series by Ann M. Martin, last year many of us found comfort in the surprisingly delightful Netflix adaptation, focusing on the adventures of seven friends. Season two is hitting our screens this autumn and with it come the trials and tribulations of growing demand for their business, new relationships and important life lessons. <br><br>Available 11th October<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
The Baby-Sitters Club: S2

Based on the beloved book series by Ann M. Martin, last year many of us found comfort in the surprisingly delightful Netflix adaptation, focusing on the adventures of seven friends. Season two is hitting our screens this autumn and with it come the trials and tribulations of growing demand for their business, new relationships and important life lessons.

Available 11th OctoberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>The Four of Us</em></strong><br><br>Perfect for a mindless Sunday afternoon, this comedy film follows two couples who meet up again after a four-week partner swap. Naturally, it’s not going to be smooth sailing – after all, what happens when new love eclipses the old? The couples are forced to reevaluate their feelings after what they want evolves. <br><br>Available 15th October<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
The Four of Us

Perfect for a mindless Sunday afternoon, this comedy film follows two couples who meet up again after a four-week partner swap. Naturally, it’s not going to be smooth sailing – after all, what happens when new love eclipses the old? The couples are forced to reevaluate their feelings after what they want evolves.

Available 15th OctoberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Karma’s World</em></strong><br><br>Created and executive produced by rapper and actor Ludacris, this animated children’s series is a coming-of-age story about Karma, a tenacious 10-year-old Black girl who is an aspiring musician, songwriter and rapper. Inspired by Ludacris’ actual oldest daughter, it has been over a decade in the making and explores the power of music and chasing our dreams. <br><br>Available 15th October<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Karma’s World

Created and executive produced by rapper and actor Ludacris, this animated children’s series is a coming-of-age story about Karma, a tenacious 10-year-old Black girl who is an aspiring musician, songwriter and rapper. Inspired by Ludacris’ actual oldest daughter, it has been over a decade in the making and explores the power of music and chasing our dreams.

Available 15th OctoberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Night Teeth</em></strong><br><br>It’s coming up to Spooky SZN and this horror-thriller is exactly the thing to fill that shadowy void in our lives. It follows a college student moonlighting as a chauffeur who is pulled into the dangerous underworld of two mysterious women when he picks them up for a night of party-hopping across Los Angeles. Expect blood, vampires and horny, horny college students.<br><br>Available 20th October <span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Night Teeth

It’s coming up to Spooky SZN and this horror-thriller is exactly the thing to fill that shadowy void in our lives. It follows a college student moonlighting as a chauffeur who is pulled into the dangerous underworld of two mysterious women when he picks them up for a night of party-hopping across Los Angeles. Expect blood, vampires and horny, horny college students.

Available 20th October Photo Courtesy of Netflix.
<strong><em>Inside Job </em></strong><br><br>Ever since the end of <em>BoJack Horseman</em>, we’ve been looking for a nihilistic adult animated comedy to take its place – and this could be the one. It follows antisocial tech genius Reagan Ridley, whose job involves her solving the world's conspiracies. Amid a workplace filled with reptilian shapeshifters and psychic mushrooms, see Ridley and her dysfunctional team uncover everything from complex cover-ups to secret societies and masked orgies. Just your average day in the office. <br><br>Available 22nd October<span class="copyright">Photo Courtesy of Netflix.</span>
Inside Job

Ever since the end of BoJack Horseman, we’ve been looking for a nihilistic adult animated comedy to take its place – and this could be the one. It follows antisocial tech genius Reagan Ridley, whose job involves her solving the world's conspiracies. Amid a workplace filled with reptilian shapeshifters and psychic mushrooms, see Ridley and her dysfunctional team uncover everything from complex cover-ups to secret societies and masked orgies. Just your average day in the office.

Available 22nd OctoberPhoto Courtesy of Netflix.

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