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Here Are The Best Movies And Shows Coming To Netflix In October & What's Leaving

By Sabrina the Tee...

Few things affect our social calendars quite like Netflix these days. Each month, new shows and movies come and go, and we’re morally obligated to keep up with them, since we paid so much for our subscriptions still have access to our ex-boyfriend’s former roommate’s login info. We can’t just not take advantage of all this amazing content another reason to cancel plans, so we’ve mapped out everything that’s arriving (and leaving) next month, so you can schedule Netflix and chill the fuck out, accordingly.


First, what’s leaving on October 1st, aka what you need to aggressively binge watch RN:

1. '30 Rock' Seasons 1 - 7

One of the greatest shows of all time. For those who haven’t seen it, it’s like Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, except funny.

Liz Lemon

2. 'Friday Night Lights' Seasons 1-5

Clear eyes, full five seasons in one day, can’t lose.

3. 'Love Actually'

Obviously the best (Christmas) movie ever. This better be back before December, WTF?

Love Actually

4. 'One Tree Hill' Seasons 1-9

An angsty teen classic, mostly useful for deciding whether you’re more into Nathan or Lucas on any particular day, depending on your mood.

5. 'Titanic'

In case you want to reserve three hours to weep sometime within the next week.

Titanic

And now what’s arriving in October, aka what you have to look forward to next month:

1. 'Blood Diamond'

Featuring Leo DiCaprio, this is a quality action flick that’s fast-paced and based on events that happened IRL. It’s about conflict diamonds in Sierra Leone (see also: "Diamonds From Sierra Leone" by Kanye West), so it’s not exactly a comedy, but well worth a watch if you’re down for something intense.

Blood Diamond

2. 'I Love You, Man'

Aside from the fact that Paul Rudd, in this movie and in perpetuity, is America’s spirit animal, I Love You, Man is simply an all-around good time and perfect for any Netflix occasion. The duo of Rudd and Jason Segel is beautifully awkward and v enjoyable to watch, making this a crowd favorite among betches and bros alike.

3. 'Miss Congeniality' (1 & 2)

Sandra Bullock kicks ass in this movie as an FBI agent going undercover in a beauty pageant. It’s kind of a staple of being a betch, so you def need to watch it if you haven’t already. Like, if it weren’t for Miss Rhode Island, how would we know that April 25th is the perfect date, because “it's not too hot, not too cold, all you need is a light jacket”?

Miss Congeniality

4. 'Made of Honor'

TBCH I’ve never seen this, but as a C-list rom-com featuring Patrick Dempsey, it feels like a movie I will soon be watching while extremely hungover on a rainy Sunday.

5. 'Stranger Things' Season 2

This is most definitely the highlight, in my professional opinion. It debuts on October 27, just in time for you to buy some discount Halloween candy (after you’ve already worn your slutty costume, obvi) and crush the entire season in one weekend. The ‘80s inspired thriller is gripping, funny, and heartwarming at the same time, and it's all anyone’s going to be talking about at work. We are so ready to go back to the Upside Down and to witness more Winona Ryder going full cray. 

Stranger Things

 



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