Get Cosy: Our Top Picks Coming To Netflix This October
When it comes to the end of a month, it’s common occurrence that you’ve exhausted everything streaming service Netflix has to offer. With the darker and colder nights well and truly on their way (and a pandemic in full-swing) we’re bracing ourselves to spend more time than ever cosying up inside this Autumn.
So, while you book that spot on the couch, you may as well be aware of all of the newness coming to Netflix next month. Below we’ve included a little round-up of all of the best bits, sure to keep you occupied in the coming weeks.
Emily In Paris (October 2nd): From Sex And The City creator Darren Star, Lily Collins stars as American girl Emily, who moves to Paris, France to work for a big marketing firm.
Unsolved Mysteries Season 2 (October 19th): With six new episodes, volume 2 of the docu-series is branching out even further than before. The series uses re-0enactments and interviews to retell the circumstances of mysteries that are, as you may have guessed it unsolved.
Rebecca (October 21st): Staring Lily James, it follows the story of a newlywed arriving at her husband’s imposing family estate on a windswept English coast and finds herself battling the shadow of his first wife, Rebecca, whose legacy lives on in the house long after her death.
Others include Line Of Duty Season 5, The Haunting Of Bly Manor, and Social Distance.
David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet (October 4th): The legendary David Attenborough’s latest offering, this moving documentary will look back on David’s 94 years on this planet. A particular emphasis will be put on the rapidly changing state of our stability here on earth, and the way we can work together to secure a safe future for us and the generations after us.
Human Nature (October 1st): A documentary looking into CRISPR, a medical breakthrough that opens the door to curing diseases.
The Addams Family Values (October 1st): Keeping in line with Spooky Season, the 1993 film is among those being added to the streaming service this autumn.
The Corpse Bride (October 1st): The family classic, Tim Burton’s animated fantasy shows Helena Bonham Carter as the voice of the Corpse Bride.
Others include Hubie Halloween, Cadaver, and Stranger Than Fiction.
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