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What's New on Netflix: Movies and Shows Added October 2019

It's time to get your Netflix on

Lily Rose
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Sit down and stream these titles this month...

From new series to classic flicks (and classic boy-band singers), October is bringing loads of TV shows and movies to binge on Netflix.

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Available Oct. 1: Carmen Sandiego: Season 2

Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego in Season 2? You and the kids will have to watch and find out.

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Available Oct. 1: Bad Boys

You'll laugh out loud watching Will Smith and Martin Lawrence star in this classic cop buddy comedy.

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Available Oct. 1: The Time Traveler's Wife

Girls' night in just got even better.

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Available Oct. 1: Trainspotting

Your favorite mid-'90s indie drug flick is hitting Netflix in October.

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Available Oct. 25: Dolemite Is My Name

This 1970s-set film is about comedy and rap legend Rudy Ray Moore, and stars Eddie Murphy, Craig Robinson and Wesley Snipes.

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Available Oct. 18: Living with Yourself

See Paul Rudd -- and Paul Rudd -- in the new Netflix comedy.

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Available Oct. 1: Nikki Glaser: Bangin'

You have to watch Bangin' , Nikki Glaser's first hour-long Netflix original comedy special.

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Available Oct. 1: Charlie's Angels

Get your girl power on by watching Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu and Drew Barrymore kick major bad-guy butt as Charlie's Angels.

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Available Oct. 1: Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle

Make it a double feature. See the iconic Charlie's Angels remake sequel and enjoy even more outfit changes.

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Available Oct. 1: Crash

You have to see how all these strangers connect in this heartbreaking, Oscar-winning movie.

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Available Oct. 11: El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie

Starting Oct. 11, you can watch the all-new Breaking Bad movie, which follows Jesse Pinkman (played by Aaron Paul) and Skinny Pete (played by Charles Baker, pictured) post-series.

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Available Oct. 1: Good Burger

Laugh your buns off watching Keenan and Kel in the feel-good Nickelodeon flick.

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Available Oct. 1: One Direction: This Is Us

Even though they've broken up (RIP) re-live the magic of One Direction's glory days with their movie.

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Available Oct. 1: The Pursuit of Happyness

If you've never seen The Pursuit of Happyness, grab a box of tissues and settle in. This tearjerker of a movie will be available to stream on Netflix Oct. 1.

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Available Oct. 2: Living Undocumented

This Netflix original (produced by former Disney darling Selena Gomez) follows eight undocumented immigrant families living in America.

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Available Oct. 4: Peaky Blinders: Season 5

The fifth season of your favorite binge-able period drama will be ready to stream Oct. 4.

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Available Oct. 10: Schitt's Creek: Season 5

Ew, David! Mark your calendars, Netflix has Season 5 of Schitt's Creek streaming this month.

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Available Oct. 18: The Laundromat

This new Netflix original about insurance fraud stars Meryl Streep -- as if we needed any more convincing to add it to our watch list!

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Available Oct. 22: Jenny Slate: Stage Fright

Jenny Slate shares personal clips of her childhood and interviews with her family in her new Netflix special.

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Available Oct. 25: The Kominsky Method: Season 2

Watch Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin in their second season, starting Oct. 25.

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Available Oct. 29: Arsenio Hall: Smart & Classy

You're going to want to see Arsenio Hall's first Netflix comedy special when it hits the site in October

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Available Sept. 1: American Psycho

See Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) live out his twisted double life in American Psycho when it comes to Netflix.

24 of 48 ABC

Available Sept. 1: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 6

The sixth season of the Marvel series is headed to Netflix Sept. 1.

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Available Sept. 1: Stripes

Bill Murray and Harold Ramis are military misfits in this adventure comedy film you definitely need to add to your Netflix list of things to watch.

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Available Sept. 1: Superbad

Chicka, chicka yeahhh! Your favorite coming-of-age film starring Michael Cera, Jonah Hill and Christopher Mintz-Plasse is coming to Netflix.

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Available Sept. 1: The Lake House

See Keanu in his dreamiest role yet opposite Sandra Bullock in The Lake House, when it comes to Netflix.

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Available Sept. 1: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

If you've never seen the final The Lord of the Rings film, you can when it hits Netflix in September.

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Available Sept. 1: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

Follow Frodo and Sam on their quest through the sequel of The Lord of the Rings -- The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.

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Available Sept. 1: The Walking Dead: Season 9

Binge all the crazy zombie drama starting Sept. 1 when the ninth season of The Walking Dead starts streaming on Netflix.

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Available Sept. 1: You Don't Mess with the Zohan

You've never seen a hairdresser like this before. Start streaming this Adam Sandler flick in September.

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Available Sept. 6: Elite: Season 2

This Spanish prep school series is like Gossip Girl, but with murder. Check out the second season when it comes to Netflix.

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Available Sept. 6: Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father: Season 3

There's nothing more hilarious than an insanely posh man experiencing today's trendy activities for the first time. Stream the third season of Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father Sept. 6 and laugh until your belly aches.

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Available Sept. 6: The Spy

Sacha Baron Cohen takes the lead in The Spy, a drama about Israel's most prominent spook.

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Available Sept. 10: Bill Burr: Paper Tiger

Stay in for the night and share a laugh with Bill Burr in his new Netflix special when it hits the streaming site Sept. 10.

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Available Sept. 10: Eat Pray Love

Travel across the world with Julia Roberts and have a relationship with your pizza once Eat Pray Love comes to Netflix.

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Available Sept. 10: Shameless: Season 9

Gallaghers never quit, which is exactly why you have to stream the ninth season of this series about a tough, South-Side Chicago family when it drops on Netflix.

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Available Sept. 10: Terrace House: Tokyo

If you've never seen cult-favorite Netflix series Terrace House, it's kind of like Big Brother meets The Real World.

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Available Sept. 13: The Chef Show: Volume 2

Your favorite series to snuggle up and watch with a bowl of pasta is coming back to the streaming site for Volume 2, this September.

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Available Sept. 13: Hello, Privilege. It's Me, Chelsea

See comedian Chelsea Handler discover the true meaning of privilege in this Netflix special.

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Available Sept. 13: The Ranch: Part 7

The highly anticipated seventh part of Netflix's The Ranch will be streamable Sept. 13.

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Available Sept. 13: Unbelievable

This gripping Netflix miniseries, based on a true story about a sexual assault case, will start streaming in September.

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Available Sept. 15: Surviving R. Kelly: Season 1

Educate yourself on what's been happening with R.Kelly (because you keep seeing his name in the news) and watch part 1 of Surviving R. Kelly when it starts streaming on the site.

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Available Sept. 20: Between Two Ferns: The Movie

Your favorite comedy YouTube series has been turned into a movie that you can watch starting Sept. 20.

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Available Sept. 24: American Horror Story: Apocalypse

Netflix is adding the eighth season of Ryan Murphy's creepy and scary anthology, American Horror Story, to its service.

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Available Sept. 24: Jeff Dunham: Beside Himself

Laugh along with the live audience that Jeff Dunham and his various puppets perform for during his Jeff Dunham: Beside Himself special for Netflix.

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Available Sept. 27: The Politician

This Netflix original dark comedy, about an election for student body president, stars Ben Platt and Gwyneth Paltrow.

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Available Sept. 30: Gotham: Season 5

Your favorite series about Gotham before Batman is bringing its fifth season to Netflix.