Check out the full list of exciting new films and TV shows coming to the platform below.
The Guilty (October 1)
Working as a 911 call operator, a demoted police detective receives a harrowing call that sends him on a tailspin to save the woman on the other end of the line. As the morning unfolds, however, he learns that nothing is as it seems.
Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal
Diana: The Musical (October 1)
Streaming on Netflix before its Broadway debut, Diana: The Musical depicts the fascinatin –and tragic–life of the People’s Princess. It will be a re-telling like no other as behind this Netflix Special is a Tony-Award-winning production team with Director Christopher Ashley at the helm, and music and lyrics by Joe Di Pietro and David Bryan.
Starring: Jeanna de Waal, Roe Hartrampf, Erin Davie, Judy Kaye
There's Someone Inside Your House (October 6)
A masked serial killer is targeting seniors at Osborne High School, and exposing the victims' darkest secrets in the process. Newcomer Makani and her friends must try to unmask and stop the murderer before they themselves become the target. FYI, this slasher flick is from the producers of Stranger Things and The Conjuring Universe.
Starring: Sydney Park, Théodore Pellerin, Asjha Cooper
Night Teeth (October 20)
Benny, a part-time chauffeur, picks up two mysterious women who are out to paint the town red, literally. As he drives them from party to party around glitzy Los Angeles, a secret vampire underworld becomes revealed to him. Not only must he fight to stay alive, he must try to save his city, too.
Starring: Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Debby Ryan, Lucy Fry
Maid (October 1)
In the wake of fleeing from an abusive relationship, Alex takes on cleaning houses to earn a living for her and her daughter. An inspiring tale of resilience, this mini-series follows the young mother as she strives to build a better life for them.
Starring: Margaret Qualley, Andie MacDowell, Nick Robinson
Paik’s Spirit (October 1)
Offering a fresh, inside look at Korean culture and his guests’ colorful lives, celebrity chef Paik Jong Won partake in riveting conversations with various K-stars, over food and drinks. Famous guests include rapper Jay Park, Hallyu leading man Lee Joon Gi, and top actress Han Ji Min.
The King’s Affection (October 11)
The crown prince’s twin sister takes her late brother’s identity in this historic drama. Sparks and complications arise when royal tutor, Jung Ji-woon, arrives in the palace and gets close to His Royal Highness, Prince Lee-hwi.
Starring: Park Eun-bin, Rowoon, Nam Yoon-su
Reflection of You (October 13)
An intriguing drama about how the seemingly ideal life of esteemed artist Jung Hee-joo is threatened to unravel with the return of Goo Hae-won, a young woman she befriended in the past.
Starring: Go Hyun Jung, Shin Hyun Been, Kim Jae Young, Choi Won Young
My Name (October 15)
Out to avenge her father’s murder, Yoon Ji-woo places her trust in crime boss, Moo-jin, and infiltrates the police under his instruction. This gripping, action noir shows off Han So Hee’s versatile acting chops as her character uncovers the truth behind the mysterious death.
Starring: Han So Hee, Ahn Bo Hyun, Park Hee Soon
You: Season 3 (October 15)
The latest season of the psychological thriller finds Joe raising a family in the suburbs. Having met a vicious match in Love, the couple attempts to put their lethal past behind, and lead a normal life–but can they?
Starring: Penn Badgley, Victoria Pedretti
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