Every month there are Netflix premieres. Here’s what new movies and series the streaming platform is bringing in October.
What Netflix premieres are we seeing in October?
Prepare the popcorn and baked pumpkin-flavored snacks, because this month comes to Netflix with numerous movies and series that are only good to watch under the blanket, with your loved ones.
You can start with: Lupin: Part 3, a new season in which France’s most wanted gentleman returns, but the ghosts of the past are never too far away and an unexpected event throws all his plans upside down. Pain Hustlers is also a film that looks through a sharp but revealing lens at what some people do out of desperation and others out of greed, directed by David Yates and starring Emily Blunt and Chris Evans.
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Furthermore, BECKHAM is a four-part documentary that tells the unseen story of a football star turned cultural landmark. BECKHAM, a four-part documentary, tells the unseen story of a football star who became a cultural landmark. Although David Beckham’s name is one of the most famous on the planet, few people really know him. From humble beginnings in a working-class family in East London, his perseverance and drive to win, and his struggle to balance ambition, love and family, David’s story is one of rising and falling from dizzying heights. The series takes you through this whole merry-go-round, revealing the surprising, intimate and revelatory story of one of the most well-known and scrutinized athletes of all time.
New movies and series
In the documentary BECKHAM, Academy Award-winning Fisher Stevens (Palmer, And We Go Green, The Cove) alongside Oscar-winning producer John Battsek (One Day in September, Searching for Sugar Man, Winter on Fire: Ukraine’s Struggle for Freedom Academy Award and Emmy Award winners, capture David, his wife Victoria, his family, friends and teammates as never seen before. The result is an intimate portrait of David Beckham the man, but also a chronicle of contemporary sport and celebrity culture.
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In addition to these, we also meet: The Fall of the Usher House, where Mike Flanagan signs this sinister horror series, based on the works of Edgar Allan Poe; Fair Play, a thrilling relationship thriller written and directed by Chloe Domont, starring Phoebe Dynevor and Alden Ehrenreich; Pluto, a new anime production based on the original comic series of the same name and signed by Naoki Urasawa and Osamu Tezuka.
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In addition, all seven seasons of True Blood, as well as the films Little Women, Mean Girls, The Lost City and Step Up are coming to the platform, so don’t forget to add them to your list!