From new series to classic flicks (and classic boy-band singers), October is bringing loads of TV shows and movies to binge on Netflix.
Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego in Season 2? You and the kids will have to watch and find out.
You'll laugh out loud watching Will Smith and Martin Lawrence star in this classic cop buddy comedy.
Girls' night in just got even better.
Your favorite mid-'90s indie drug flick is hitting Netflix in October.
This 1970s-set film is about comedy and rap legend Rudy Ray Moore, and stars Eddie Murphy, Craig Robinson and Wesley Snipes.
See Paul Rudd -- and Paul Rudd -- in the new Netflix comedy.
You have to watch Bangin' , Nikki Glaser's first hour-long Netflix original comedy special.
Get your girl power on by watching Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu and Drew Barrymore kick major bad-guy butt as Charlie's Angels.
Make it a double feature. See the iconic Charlie's Angels remake sequel and enjoy even more outfit changes.
You have to see how all these strangers connect in this heartbreaking, Oscar-winning 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.
Laugh your buns off watching Keenan and Kel in the feel-good Nickelodeon flick.
Even though they've broken up (RIP) re-live the magic of One Direction's glory days with their movie.
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.
This Netflix original (produced by former Disney darling Selena Gomez) follows eight undocumented immigrant families living in America.
The fifth season of your favorite binge-able period drama will be ready to stream Oct. 4.
Ew, David! Mark your calendars, Netflix has Season 5 of Schitt's Creek streaming this month.
This new Netflix original about insurance fraud stars Meryl Streep -- as if we needed any more convincing to add it to our watch list!
Jenny Slate shares personal clips of her childhood and interviews with her family in her new Netflix special.
Watch Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin in their second season, starting Oct. 25.
You're going to want to see Arsenio Hall's first Netflix comedy special when it hits the site in October
See Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) live out his twisted double life in American Psycho when it comes to Netflix.
The sixth season of the Marvel series is headed to Netflix Sept. 1.
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.
Chicka, chicka yeahhh! Your favorite coming-of-age film starring Michael Cera, Jonah Hill and Christopher Mintz-Plasse is coming to Netflix.
See Keanu in his dreamiest role yet opposite Sandra Bullock in The Lake House, when it comes to Netflix.
If you've never seen the final The Lord of the Rings film, you can when it hits Netflix in September.
Follow Frodo and Sam on their quest through the sequel of The Lord of the Rings -- The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.
Binge all the crazy zombie drama starting Sept. 1 when the ninth season of The Walking Dead starts streaming on Netflix.
You've never seen a hairdresser like this before. Start streaming this Adam Sandler flick in September.
This Spanish prep school series is like Gossip Girl, but with murder. Check out the second season when it comes to Netflix.
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.
Sacha Baron Cohen takes the lead in The Spy, a drama about Israel's most prominent spook.
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.
Travel across the world with Julia Roberts and have a relationship with your pizza once Eat Pray Love comes to Netflix.
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.
If you've never seen cult-favorite Netflix series Terrace House, it's kind of like Big Brother meets The Real World.
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.
See comedian Chelsea Handler discover the true meaning of privilege in this Netflix special.
The highly anticipated seventh part of Netflix's The Ranch will be streamable Sept. 13.
This gripping Netflix miniseries, based on a true story about a sexual assault case, will start streaming in September.
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.
Your favorite comedy YouTube series has been turned into a movie that you can watch starting Sept. 20.
Netflix is adding the eighth season of Ryan Murphy's creepy and scary anthology, American Horror Story, to its service.
Laugh along with the live audience that Jeff Dunham and his various puppets perform for during his Jeff Dunham: Beside Himself special for Netflix.
This Netflix original dark comedy, about an election for student body president, stars Ben Platt and Gwyneth Paltrow.
Your favorite series about Gotham before Batman is bringing its fifth season to Netflix.