Here's Everything Coming To Netflix In October

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In case you haven't heard, fall is upon us, and we're headed for longer, darker nights. And while some might mourn the loss of light-filled summer evenings, we're looking forward to those extra hours of guilt-free Netflix viewing. So sit back with your pumpkin spice latte and enjoy one of these treats from the litany of new Netflix offerings coming this month.

In the mood for a classic '90s comedy? There's Boogie Nights and American Pie. A home renovation show binge session? Line up Design On A Dime or House Hunters Renovation. How about some supernatural teen primetime hits? Try Vampire Diaries or, uh, you know, Supernatural. Big fan of superhero action dramas? They've got Arrow and The Flash. How about a Frank Sinatra classic? Try On The Town or Pal Joey. And don't forget about the show you never knew you needed until right now: The Vanilla Ice Project (seasons 1-4, yes!) Happy viewing!
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A Christmas Carol (1938)
Visit the Ghost of Cinema Past with this 77-year-old take on Charles Dickens’ holiday classic.

Available October 1
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About Alex (2014)
Seven former college friends reunite for a vice fueled, three-day weekend in the wake of friend Alex’s (Jason Ritter) suicide attempt.

Available October 1
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Alexander: Theatrical Cut (2004)
Did you know their are four separate cuts of Oliver Stone’s epic available? If you only have 175 minutes to set aside, go for this one.

Available October 1
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Uncle Grandpa: Season 1 (more episodes, 2013)
An amorphous family member trots the globe, lending a hand to kids in a pinch.

Available October 1
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Boogie Nights (1997)
In case you’ve been missing Dirk Diggler every day for the past 18 years.

Available October 1
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Reign: Season 2 (2014)
This historical drama rivals Game of Thrones for its scandalous story lines, both sexual and political.

Available October 2
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
Revisit Tim Burton’s revamp of the classic, a.k.a., a Johnny Depp movie that doesn’t totally bite.

Available October 1
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Dark Was the Night (2014)
Surprisingly, this film about a logging company destroying a small town is not a pro-environmental parable, but a supernatural thriller.

Available October 1
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The Great Food Truck Race: Collection 1 (2010)
Gourmet food truck owners compete for $50k while touring the U.S. with their street fare. Where were we when this was filming?!

Available October 1
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Design on a Dime: Collection 1
Looking for ways to spruce up your pad on the cheap? Get off Pinterest and binge this.

Available October 1
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On the Town (1949)
This Oscar-winning musical comedy features Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra in their sailor whites. The music’s okay, too.

Available October 1
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El Tiempo Entre Costuras (2013)
As Spain inches toward civil war, a young dressmaker treks from Madrid to Morocco in pursuit of love. Instead, she finds herself working with the Allies.

Available October 1
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American Pie (1999)
Before he became Piper Chapman’s abandoned love, Jason Biggs was America’s favorite, painfully awkward teenager.

Available October 1
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Fixer Upper: Season 1 (2013)
Husband-and-wife renovation geniuses Chip and Joanna revamp homes in Texas.

Available October 1
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Glass Chin (2014)
If you miss Corey Stoll garnering your sympathy on House of Cards, watch him here as a down-on-his-luck boxer who gets mixed up with the wrong crowd.

Available October 1
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House Hunters Renovation: Collection 1 (2012)
What really happens when you buy a crumbling cottage in Tuscany? To make your dreams of doing so that much more accurate.

Available October 1
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Million Dollar Baby (2004)
There’s a reason this boxing drama swept the Oscars in 2005, winning Best Picture, Best Director (Clint Eastwood), Best Actress (Hilary Swank), and Best Supporting Actor (Morgan Freeman).

Available October 1
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Million Dollar Rooms: Collection 1 (2011)
Tour around the ridiculously opulent spaces you’ll never see in person.

Available October 1
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Genevieve’s Renovation: Season 1 (2014)
Things get messy when designer Genevieve Gorder combines her NYC apartment with the neighboring unit. Yes, it’s a palace.

Available October 1
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Extreme Homes: Collection 1
The world’s weirdest houses will make you wonder: Why?

Available October 1
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The Vanilla Ice Project: Seasons 1-4 (2010-2014)
Yes, yes you do need four seasons’ worth of rapper-cum-home improvement pro Vanilla Ice in your life.

Available October 1
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Barefoot Contessa: Back to Basics: Collection 1
Get out the drool bucket: Ina Garten cooks up a storm.

Available October 1
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Batman Begins (2005)
The first installment in Christopher Nolan’s relaunch of the franchise, starring Christian Bale, is a decade old already.

Available October 1
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Monkey Thieves: Seasons 1-3 (2011)
This primate documentary series is at least as entertaining as The Real Housewives of Orange County. Also, the talent is not in cages.

Available October 1
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Pal Joey (1957)
This lively adaptation of the Broadway musical stars silver-screen icons Rita Hayworth, Frank Sinatra, and Kim Novak.

Available October 1
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Pepe (1960)
A ranch hand named Pepe trails his beloved horse all the way from Mexico to Hollywood.

Available October 1
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Pressure (2015)
A small group of deep-sea divers gets trapped underwater in the Indian Ocean; good times ensue.

Available October 1
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Property Virgins: Collection 1 (2006)
Pick up a thing or two watching newbie homebuyers navigate the housing market.

Available October 1
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Reasonable Doubt (2014)
Sadly, this Samuel L. Jackson vehicle is not the screen adaptation of Jay Z’s debut album.

Available October 1
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Richard Pryor: Icon (2014)
Learn how the iconic African-American personality broke ground in TV and comedy.

Available October 1
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Robin Williams Remembered - A Pioneers of Television Special (2014)
This documentary special is a wonderful way to celebrate the life and work of the late actor.

Available October 1
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Some Came Running (1958)
This drama tells the story of a military vet’s (Frank Sinatra) return to his Indiana hometown, and co-stars legends Shirley MacLaine and Dean Martin.

Available October 1
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Take Me Out to the Ball Game (1949)
Grab yourself a box o’ peanuts and crackerjacks, and settle in for this classic starring Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra.

Available October 1
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The Bourne Supremacy (2004)
The second installment in the action-thriller franchise, which finds Matt Damon tackling the consequences of his former connection to the CIA.

Available October 1
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The Devil at 4 O'Clock (1961)
Three prisoners and a priest team up for a rescue mission after a volcano eruption threatens a children’s hospital on a remote island in the South Seas.

Available October 1
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The Great Food Truck Race: Collection 1 (2010)
Gourmet food truck owners compete for $50k while touring the U.S. with their street fare. Where were we when this was filming?!

Available October 1
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The Navy SEALs: Their Untold Story (2014)
This doc reveals the fascinating history of the elite squad — from D-Day to today.

Available October 1
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The Nightmare (2015)
This horrifying look at a disorder known as sleep paralysis will indeed give you nightmares.

Available October 1
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Throwdown with Bobby Flay: Collection 1 (2006)
Food Network star Bobby Flay takes on chefs across the country.

Available October 1
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Uncle Grandpa: Season 1 (more episodes, 2013)
An amorphous family member trots the globe, lending a hand to kids in a pinch.

Available October 1
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Wakfu: Season 1 (2008)
This cartoon follows a 12-year-old with magic skills looking for his real family who is not Harry Potter.

Available October 1
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White Rabbit (2013)
The most disturbing movie involving a bunny rabbit since Donnie Darko.

Available October 1
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Wild Horses (2015)
This tale of an elderly rancher (Robert Duvall), whose family life is upended when a years-old missing person case is reopened, isn’t quite as uplifting as the Rolling Stones tune — but it does co-star James Franco and Josh Hartnett!

Available October 1
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Worst Cooks in America: Collection 1 (2010)
If you’d like to feel better about your, er, limited kitchen prowess, watch this.

Available October 1
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Anjelah Johnson: Not Fancy (2015)
Raucous comedian Anjelah Johnson does impressions that are funny, not fancy.

Available October 2
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La Leyenda de la Nahuala (2007)
If you’ve never seen an animated Mexican horror-comedy before, now is your chance.

Available October 2
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The Vampire Diaries: Season 6 (2014)
Catch up on this explosive season of the supernatural teen drama before season 7 premieres on October 8.

Available October 2
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Alpha and Omega 5: Family Vacation (2015)
Alpha and Omega 2 and 3 are leaving this month, so thank the Netflix gods for this timely replacement.

Available October 3
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Team Hot Wheels: Build the Epic Race (2015)
If you remember seeing those Hot Wheels commercials as a kid in the ‘90s and thinking, Damn, that’d make a good movie, then this is for you.

Available October 5
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American Horror Story: Freak Show (Season 4, 2014)
Relive the freakiness before season 5, AHS: Hotel, premieres!

Available October 6
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iZombie: Season 1 (2015)
Season 2 begins next week, so fill up on round one of the CW show like Liv scarfs down brains.

Available October 6
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The Flash: Season 1 (2014)
This superhero hit returns October 6. So if you haven’t seen the first season, then binge these episodes in, you know, a flash.

Available October 6
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Last Man Standing: Season 4 (2014)
Watch guy’s guy Tim Allen as a bumbling dad (what else?) taking care of three girls.

Available October 6
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The Originals: Season 2 (2014)
Six seasons (and counting) of The Vampire Diaries not enough for ya? Try this half-decent spin-off show.

Available October 6
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Tremors 5: Bloodlines (2015)
Skip Tremors 2 through 4 and settle in for the fifth installment of this creepy-crawly franchise.

Available October 6
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Winter on Fire (2015)
This timely new Netflix documentary covers three months of the violent fight for life and civil rights currently being waged in Ukraine.

Available October 7
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Arrow: Season 3 (2014)
The Green Arrow continues to save lives, be a playboy in season 3.

Available October 7
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Flor Salvaje: Season 1 (2011)
Men compete for a young woman’s love in this decidedly unBachelorette-like telenovela.

Available October 7
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Legends: Season 1 (2014)
Sean Bean stars as a spy for the CIA who transforms himself for every mission.

Available October 7
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Supernatural: Season 10 (2014)
Dean and Sam are back for round 10, with a new gang of paranormal beings in tow.

Available October 7
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Strangerland (2015)
Two teenagers disappear into the desert from their small hometown. (Come on guys, are we sure they didn’t just run away?)

Available October 8
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American Heist (2014)
Hayden Christensen and Adrien Brody making law-breaking brothers look damn sexy.

Available October 8
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Mighty Med: Season 2 (2014) Welcome to Mighty Med, a hospital just for superheroes.

Available October 9
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The Mr. Peabody and Sherman Show: Season 1 (2015)
Netflix introduces this reboot of the classic cartoon as a children’s variety show starring the world’s smartest dog.

Available October 9
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Lalaloopsy: Band Together (2015)
A perfectly pink animated ode to girl band power.

Available October 10
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Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me (2014)
This moving documentary follows the Alzheimer’s-stricken country star on his last tour.

Available October 11
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Jake and the Never Land Pirates: Season 3 (2014)
Disney’s Peter Pan spin-off tracks the mischievous pirates on the high seas.

Available October 11
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Jane the Virgin: Season 1 (2014)
Watch Gina Rodriguez earn her well-deserved Golden Globe in the first season of this dramedy about an unintentionally pregnant, chaste young woman.

Available October 11
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The Lazarus Effect (2015)
This is basically a modern update of 1990’s Flatliners, plus the charisma of Mark Duplass and a black-eyed Olivia Wilde.

Available October 14
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Finding Jesus: Faith. Fact. Forgery: Season 1 (2015)
Smart people look at six objects purportedly traceable to Jesus in this CNN series.

Available October 15
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Isabella Rossellini's Green Porno Live! (2015)
Film icon Rossellini mimics different animals’ mating habits in the name of sexual science. Yes, you read that correctly. No, this is not a prank.

Available October 15
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The Five People You Meet in Heaven: Part 1 / Part 2 (2004)
The TV-movie adaptation of Mitch Albom’s tearjerking best-seller co-stars Jon Voight and Ellen Burstyn.

Available October 15
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All Hail King Julien: Season 2 (2015)
This Netflix kids’ show took home an Emmy for its stories of Madagascar wildlife.

Available October 16
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Anthony Jeselnik: Thoughts and Prayers (2015)
The comic performs his newest stand-up special at San Francisco’s historic Fillmore Theatre.

Available October 16
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Beasts of No Nation (2015)
The long-awaited Idris Elba drama about civil war and child soldiers in West Africa is finally here.

Available October 16
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Circle (2015)
A light-hearted Netflix original about a bunch of strangers who have to decide which one of them deserves to live while the rest are killed.

Available October 16
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Some Assembly Required: Season 2 (2015)
A teenage boy takes the helm of a toy company. First order of business? Hiring all his friends!

Available October 16
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The Principal: Season 1 (2015)
A good-natured history teacher (Alex Dimitriades) unexpectedly becomes the principal of an infamously violent high school in Sydney, Australia.

Available October 16
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Ain't Them Bodies Saints (2013)
This beautifully shot prison romance drama stars underrated talents Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara as tragic lovers.

Available October 18
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Lego DC Comics: Batman Be-Leaguered (2014)
How is Batman supposed to save Superman when he doesn’t even have fingers?!

Available October 20
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Marvel's Avengers Assemble: Season 2 (2014)
At Iron Man’s behest, the superheroes band together to kick bad-guy ass all season long.

Available October 20
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Results (2015)
Sexy personal trainers (Guy Pearce and Cobie Smulders) whip a rich, lonely divorcée into shape in this offbeat, indie romantic comedy.

Available October 22
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Hemlock Grove: Season 3 (2015)
Welcome to the final horror-filled chapter of Hemlock Grove, the spellbinding breakout Netflix series.

Available October 23
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Jack Strong (2014)
Cold War intrigue between the KGB and CIA unfolds in this political thriller imported from Poland.

Available October 24
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Walt Disney Animation Studios Short Films Collection (2015)
This colorful collection features Disney shorts both new and old, including the return of Elsa in the never-before seen Frozen Fever.

Available October 25
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August: Osage County (2013)
Watch Julia Roberts tell Meryl Streep, “Eat the fish, bitch!” in this starry adaptation of the Tony Award-winning drama.

Available October 27
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Manson Family Vacation (2015)
This Duplass brothers production centers on an L.A. lawyer (Jay Duplass) whose life is upended when his pesky, Charles Manson-obsessed brother arrives. Everyone has one of those, right?

Available October 27
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Chasing Life: Season 2 (2015)
This American adaptation of a Mexican telenovela stars Italia Ricci as an aspiring young journalist stricken with a cancer diagnosis.

Available October 28
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The Gunman (2015)
This French-American action thriller stars Sean Penn and a gun.

Available October 28
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Return to Sender (2015)
This film about a nurse whose blind date goes very wrong will scare you off Tinder for a couple weeks, at least.

Available October 29
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Popples: Season 1 (2015)
This new Netflix original children’s show stars the too-cute Best Poppie Pals.

Available October 30
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