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Netflix will release 67 new original movies and shows in October 2019 – here’s the full list

Ho… ly… smokes! After a somewhat slow month in September with only 41 new original movies and shows set to be released, Netflix is really cranking up the volume in October. Before we get to the whopping 67 new Netflix original movies, shows, and specials set to debut next month, however, we need to make sure you don’t miss anything important this month. There might only be 41 new original titles debuting in September, but some of them are hotly anticipated and you can check out the full September release schedule to make sure you don’t miss anything big like The SpyUnbelievable, or the dark comedy The Politician.

Once October rolls around, Netflix subscribers really have their work cut out for them. The Netflix original releases blast off right out of the gate with a new season of Carmen Sandiego and a new Nikki Glaser stand-up comedy special both premiering on October 1st, followed by 12 more releases during the first week of October alone. The star of the show that week is of course Peaky Blinders season 5, which will be released in its entirety on Friday, October 4th.

The rest of October is jam-packed with new Netflix originals including new movies, new seasons of fan-favorite shows, premieres of new shows, and even an Arsenio Hall stand-up special toward the end of the month. Of course, there’s one title we’re looking forward to more than anything else, and it has been the talk of the internet for quite some time now. That’s right, we’re talking about El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, the Breaking Bad prequel film that’s set to hit Netflix on Friday, October 11th.

Want to see what else is in store? You’ll find the entire schedule of Netflix original releases for the month of October below, complete

Article source: https://bgr.com/2019/09/19/netflix-october-2019-releases-list-original-movies-shows/

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