We all struggle to find things to watch when it comes to searching. So today we will show what’s new on Netflix in October 2019.

Everybody likes to binge watch Movies & TV Shows on Netflix, but you can run out of things to watch pretty fast. In October 2019 we see Netflix bringing lot’s of new content to keep you entertained. Although all the Movies/TV Shows may not be for you, there is a long list of releases for October 2019 to keep you entertained.

Tuesday 1st October

The Big Bang Theory season 12 The final season of the sitcom about a bunch of nerdy housemates who strike up a friendship with an actress who lives across the hall. Watch on Netflix

The NeverEnding Story Stranger Things 3 brought this 1980s classic fantasy back during the summer – and now Netflix has acquired the rights to stream it. Watch on Netflix

Nikki Glaser: Bangin’ A stand-up comedy set about sex. Watch on Netflix


Wednesday 2nd October

Living Undocumented Selena Gomez executive produces this documentary about a group of undocumented families in the US facing deportation. Watch on Netflix


Friday 4th October

Big Mouth season 3 The animated comedy series about the trials and tribulations of puberty returns, with a guest appearance from the cast of Queer Eye. Watch on Netflix

In the Tall Grass Horror film based on Stephen King’s novella of the same name about two siblings who get trapped in a field in Kansas. Watch on Netflix

My Country: the New Age A Korean Original series set during the transitional period between the late Goryeo dynasty and the early Joseon dynasty in the late 14th century. Watch on Netflix

Raising Dion Sci-fi series about a single mother raising a young son with super powers after the death of her husband (played by Michael B Jordan). Watch on Netflix

Rotten season 2 More hard-to-swallow truths about the food industry. Watch on Netflix


Wednesday 9th October

Rhythm + Flow Chance The Rapper and Cardi B lead a hip-hop talent show in the vein of The X Factor, with episodes dropping weekly. Watch on Netflix


Thursday 10th October

Riverdale season 4 Archie and the gang are back for more melodramatic and supernatural hijinks. Watch on Netflix


Friday 11th October

El Camino: a Breaking Bad Movie Aaron Paul leads this hotly anticipated spin-off film from the beloved TV series

The Forest of Love Japanese original film from Sion Sono described as “An examination of the darkness of human behaviour”

Fractured A new horror film which finds a father (Sam Worthington) on the hunt for his wife and daughter, who disappear after a visit to a mysterious hospital

Haunted season 2 Real people share true scary stories, which are re-created on screen

Insatiable season 2 The return of the controversial teen comedy about a newly thin teen who seeks revenge on those who fat-shamed her in the past

Shrek Mike Myers voices the big green ogre in fairytale land in this beloved animated comedy


Wednesday 16th October

Ghosts of Sugar Land A group of Muslim teens from Texas ponder why their friend joined ISIS in this documentary


Friday 18th October

Baby season 2 Italian drama about two teenage girls who are drawn into Rome’s underworld

Eli Stranger Things star Sadie Sink features in the story of a gravely ill boy whose treatments leave him plagued by nightmarish experiences

The Laundromat Meryl Streep leads Steven Soderbergh’s latest film as a woman who accidentally uncovers a conspiracy, which sees rich people across the globe exploiting offshore tax havens

Living with Yourself Paul Rudd stars as a man and his clone in this dark comedy which takes its title very literally

Tell Me Who I Am Documentary about an 18-year-old who wakes up from a coma with amnesia after a motorcycle incident


Saturday 19th October

Daddy’s Home 2 Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg host their fathers, played by John Lithgow and Mel Gibson

Kong: Skull Island Brie Larson, Tom Hiddleston and Samuel L Jackson take on King Kong


Tuesday 22nd October

Jenny Slate: Stage Fright The comedy actress lands her first Netflix stand-up special


Wednesday 23rd October

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner David Chang (host of Ugly Delicious) explores world cuisines with his celebrity friends


Thursday 24th October

Daybreak A darkly comic coming-of-age series set during the apocalypse, featuring Matthew Broderick


Wednesday 25th October

Dolemite Is My Name Eddie Murphy-led biopic about film-maker Rudy Ray Moore


Friday 25th October

The Kominsky Method season 2 Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin are back for more gags about men in their seventies who can’t pee

Prank Encounters Stranger Things star Gaten Matarazzo hosts this hidden camera show

Rattlesnake A mother is asked to kill a stranger to repay a mysterious woman for saving her daughter’s life in this Netflix Original film


Tuesday 29th October

Arsenio Hall: Smart & Classy The American talk show host makes his Netflix comedy special debut


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How To Watch USA Netflix From The UK

It’s confirmed that the USA Netflix offers much more content than the UK Netflix. There is a way to connect to different Netflix regions and unlock a lot more content.

This can be done by using a VPN. It allows you to connect to a USA server so Netflix thinks you are in that region. Then when connecting it will load the USA Netflix, it’s that simple.

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