New on Netflix, Amazon and HBO in October - from 'Night Teeth' to 'Diana: the Musical'

Succession (Season 3) - October 17 (HBO)
You (Season 3) - October 15 (Netflix)
On My Block (Season 4) - October 4 (Netflix)
Maid - October 1 (Netflix)
Diana: the Musical - October 1 (Netflix)
The Guilty - October 1 (Netflix)
Baking Impossible - October 6
Little Things (Season 4) - October 15 (Netflix)
Sexy Beast (Season 2) - October 7 (Netflix)
The Babysitters Club (Season 2) - October 11 (Netflix)
Pretty Smart - October 8 (Netflix)
The World of Karma - October 15 (Netflix)
I Know What You Did Last Summer - October 15 (Amazon)
Convergence: Courage in a Crisis - October 12 (Netflix)
Night Teeth - October 20 (Netflix)
Found - October 20 (Netflix)
Life's a Glitch, with Julien Bam - October 20 (Netflix)
Luis Miguel, the Series (Season 3) - October 28 (Netflix)
Maradona: Blessed Dream - October 29 (Amazon)
Succession (Season 3) - October 17 (HBO)

A long-awaited new season of the Emmy-winning series about an powerful media enterprise and the incredibly wealthy but dysfunctional family running it.

 

You (Season 3) - October 15 (Netflix)

This series, already in its third season, was based on the successful novel by Caroline Kepnes: 'Hidden Corpses.' At the beginning of this season, Joe (Penn Badgley) and Love (Victoria Pedretti) are married and have a baby. They move to Northern California and commit to their new roles as parents. Yet, it appears difficult for the two protagonists to tame their own dangerous impulses.

 

On My Block (Season 4) - October 4 (Netflix)

It's the fourth season already of this coming-of-age comedy about a group of friends making their way through high school in a troubled neighbourhood. At the beginning of this season, the group is scattered with each character on their own. But then a secret comes to light that shows them they cannot escape the past and have to stick together.

Maid - October 1 (Netflix)

This new series about a woman trying to keep her head above water as a domestic worker is inspired by Stephanie Land's memoir 'Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive.' The main character, Alex, is played by Margaret Qualley, a new star on the horizon and the daughter of Andie MacDowell, who also plays in the series.

 

Diana: the Musical - October 1 (Netflix)

This programme is a live recording of the Broadway musical based on the life of Diana, Princess of Wales. She is played by Jeanna de Waal.

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The Guilty - October 1 (Netflix)

This action film takes place over the course of a morning at an emergency service switchboard. Operator Joe Baylor (Gyllenhaal) tries to save a caller who seems to be in grave danger, but after a while he appears to be threatened himself.

Baking Impossible - October 6

Confectioners and engineers unite to make the most incredible, edible artefacts. A new twist on the baking competition craze, taking it to another level.

Little Things (Season 4) - October 15 (Netflix)

The Indian comedy series 'Little Things' returns for its fourth and final season. It shows how, after more than six years, Dhruv and Kavya make the difficult transition from youthful love to a more mature relationship.

 

Sexy Beast (Season 2) - October 7 (Netflix)

It's the second season of a nutty yet genius dating show. Going against the superficiality of dating apps where people are judged by their faces before anything else, this show lets couples go on blind dates wearing hideous masks. Will their personalities have a click?

 

The Babysitters Club (Season 2) - October 11 (Netflix)

Based on the book series by Ann M. Martin, 'The Babysitters Club' is a contemporary tragicomedy about the friendship and adventures of seven teenagers who decide to start their own child care business in a Connecticut town.

Pretty Smart - October 8 (Netflix)

When her boyfriend dumps her without warning, Chelsea (Emily Osment) - an intellectual Harvard graduate - has no choice but to move in with her easy-going sister Claire (Olivia Macklin) and her eccentric housemates: Grant (Gregg Sulkin), Solana (Cinthya Carmon) and Jayden (Michael Hsu Rosen). It's a clash of cultures with hilarious situations as a result.

The World of Karma - October 15 (Netflix)

This series tells the story of Karma Grant (voiced by Asia Bryant), a budding rapper and musical artist with enormous talent and an even bigger heart.

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I Know What You Did Last Summer - October 15 (Amazon)

This new series is an adaptation of the successful films from the late 90s and early 2000s. In a Hawaiian town with a mysterious past, a group of friends share a dark secret after a tragic accident. A year later, one of the friends receives a threatening message, and they come to realize that someone wants to make them pay for their actions of the previous summer. The cast includes Madison Iseman, Brianne Tju, and Ezekiel Goodman.

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Convergence: Courage in a Crisis - October 12 (Netflix)

As COVID-19 intensifies the vulnerabilities of people in several parts of the world, heroes from all levels of society come to the rescue in an attempt to make a better future.

Night Teeth - October 20 (Netflix)

A college student who works as a driver picks up two mysterious girls who are spending a night out in various corners of Los Angeles. When he discovers the bloodthirsty nature of his passengers (and the dangerous world that lurks in the shadows), he is left with no choice but to fight for his life. Debby Ryan, Lucy Fry and Megan Fox star in the film. Photo: Instagram

Found - October 20 (Netflix)

In Amanda Lipitz's documentary, three young American adoptees discover they are biological cousins. Their first video call together inspires them to go to China together and search for answers and connections to their lost history.

Life's a Glitch, with Julien Bam - October 20 (Netflix)

YouTube icon and influencer Julien Bam wakes up one morning in what appears to be his body... only everything is different. It turns out that he has travelled with his friend Joon Kim to a parallel dimension where nothing is as it seems. As he tries to get back to his normal life, he takes part an MMA fight, clinical trials, rap videos, role-playing games, and more.

Luis Miguel, the Series (Season 3) - October 28 (Netflix)

With the arrival of new characters, the third and final season of this bioseries shows the Mexican singer Luis Miguel (Diego Boneta) in two timelines. On the one hand, he tries to boost his career in the Anglophone market and, on the other, he faces new challenges that threaten everything he has built up.

(Photo: Netflix, Instagram)

Maradona: Blessed Dream - October 29 (Amazon)

A new original bioseries about the Argentine soccer star who passed away in 2020. Diego Armando Maradona is played by the Argentine actor Nazareno Casero. The series recounts his life from childhood to maturity with all the triumphs and challenges that came with it.

(Image: Amazon Prime Video, Instagram)

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