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Everything coming to (and going from) Netflix this October

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Break out the candy corn and apple cider: it’s almost October! And Netflix has got some killer streaming headed your way.

“Already overflowing with scary movies, Netflix is premiering lots of new, spooky TV shows this month. Highly anticipated original series The Haunting of Hill House and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina are set to arrive on 10/12 and 10/26, respectively. Alongside those fictitious haunts, the IRL story of Steven Avery will continue in Making a Murderer: Part 2, streaming on October 19.

If the darker side isn’t really your thing, there’s also plenty of light fodder available for your autumnal queue. Romantic comedy Must Love Dogsbegins streaming on the 1st and Nick Kroll’s cartoon about puberty, Big Mouth, returns for a Season 2 on October 5.

Check out everything coming to and going from Netflix this October below.

Top Pick: Big Mouth, Season 2

With its freshman season still holding a 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, Big Mouth is the best cartoon about puberty since As Told By Ginger. (Remember that show? Such wisdom.)

Nick Kroll’s pre-high buddy comedy chronicles the trials and tribulations of a friend group at Bridgeton Middle School. The gang copes with everything from surprise periods to unwanted erections—topics that at first may not seem like adult comedy gold.

But, the show’s tight writing and incredible voice acting takes a been-there-done-that premise into new, hysterical, and nearly surreal territory. Think the ghost of Duke Ellington shepherding a coming out story and a Jewish penis eating a dumpster scallop. Yeah, it gets weird.

Season 1 is streaming now. Season 2 premieres October 5. You gotta get in on this. In the words of the Hormone Monstress, “Hello, my precious little ravioli.”

 Read more: https://mashable.com/article/netflix-october-2018/

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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 2 Netflix Trailer

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It’s a wicked world out there, and Sabrina is brewing up trouble. After signing her name in the Book of the Beast, Sabrina struggles to find the balance between her place in the mortal world and her new darker side. New challenges await Sabrina in Part 2, including having to choose between the familiar mortal Harvey Kinkle, and the sexy warlock Nicholas Scratch. She may have signed her name to the Dark Lord, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t willing to raise a little hell. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina continues April 5. Starring Kiernan Shipka.

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Black Summer: Season 1 Netflix Trailer

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Set in the dark, early days of a zombie apocalypse, BLACK SUMMER stars Jaime King as Rose, a mother torn from her daughter who embarks upon a harrowing journey to find her. Thrust alongside a small group of American refugees, these complete strangers must find the strength they need to fight their way back to loved ones. But in order for Rose and her team to brave this hostile new world, they will need to make brutal decisions to contend with zombies – and each other. Season 1 of Black Summer premieres April 11 on Netflix!

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From Latex Strippers to Killing Hitler: Inside Netflix’s Wildest Series

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Sex isnt included in the title of Love, Death & Robots, the new animated Netflix series from directors David Fincher and Tim Miller (premiering March 15). But that doesnt mean there isnt plenty of R-rated eroticismnot to mention myriad Hitler deaths!to be found in this 18-episode anthology of sci-fi shorts about the strange, surreal and sinister.

Created by Miller (Deadpool, the upcoming Terminator: Dark Fate), who also serves as an executive producer alongside Fincher (Fight Club, Zodiac, Netflixs Mindhunter), Love, Death & Robots is a deliberately diverse affair rife with violence, humor and a healthy dose of sensuality. No matter that its installments are all computer generatedits for adults only, peppered with full-frontal female nudity, intermittent profanity and a dark, demented view of the world, both now and in the future, which is where most of its vignettes are set. Delivering bleakness and black comedy in distilled form via stories that rarely last more than fifteen minutes, its like Black Mirror for the ADD-addled video game crowd.

Interactive games are certainly evoked by two of the six episodes that were provided to press in advance, as both boast the photorealistic environments and admirably lifelike and emotiveif still clearly artificialhuman faces and figures found in AAA title cutscenes. Theres something startlingly authentic about the way vehicles move and physical spaces are rendered in Sonnies Edge, the shows first episode, even though its grimy blacks, greens and reds define the action in somewhat familiar sci-fi terms. Thats true of its narrative as well, about a young, facially-scarred combatant preparing to compete in a fight to the death against a male opponent. The Real Steel-ish catch is that shes not the one doing the actual brawling; instead, she uses mind-meld technology to pilot a giant reptilian creature (its head stretching backwards into a deadly spiked tail) against her adversarys brutish beast………………………………………………………………………”

Read more: https://www.thedailybeast.com/netflixs-love-death-and-robots-is-a-sex-filled-sci-fi-extravaganza-featuring-latex-strippers-and-killing-hitler

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