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Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of Oct. 12, 2020

A man embraces a laughing woman as they sit on a couch.

When it comes to a wide range of programming, Netflix isn’t disappointing this week. The streaming service is bringing everything from documentaries to political biopics and family-friendly Halloween content. Regardless of your favorite genre or how long your to-watch list already is, there’s probably something coming to Netflix this week for you to check out.

  • Oct. 12
    • Kipo and the Age of the Wonderbeasts: Season 3: The Dreamworks animated series about a girl whose underground home is attacked by mutants gets a third season.

  • Oct. 13
    • The Cabin with Bert Kreischer: Comedian Bert Kreischer heads to a cabin for some self care and invites his famous (and funny) friends.
    • Octonauts & the Great Barrier Reef: The adorable Octonauts have to protect the Great Barrier Reef from coral-eating starfish in this kid-friendly feature.
  • Oct. 14
    • Alice Junior: This film tells the story of a trans teenager’s coming of age.
    • BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky: K-pop fans are in for a treat with this documentary about the internationally popular group BlackPink.
    • Moneyball: Brad Pitt stars in this baseball film.

  • Oct. 15
    • A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting: A babysitter battles the Boogeyman in this kid’s film.
    • Batman: The Killing Joke: Batman and the Joker are at odds in this animated version of the comic.
    • Half & Half: Two half-sisters who didn’t grow up together become neighbors in this series.
    • Love Like the Falling Rain: A man watches his best friend fall for someone else in this film.
    • One On One: A sportscaster has to give up his bachelor life when his daughter moves in.
    • Power Rangers Beast Morphers: The Power Rangers are taking on a computer virus.
    • Rooting for Roona: This documentary tells the story of a girl look to get surgery for hydrocephalus.
    • Social Distance: Celebrities come together to create eight different stories about families, partners, and friends who are social distancing.

  • Oct. 16
    • Dream Home Makeover: Studio McGee’s makeover show comes to streaming.
    • La Révolution: This show features a reimagined French revolution where the nobles have been infected with a virus.
    • Grand Army: High schoolers struggling with coming of age in this drama.
    • In a Valley of Violence: An outsider is bullied and gets involved with the local marshall.
    • Someone Has to Die: A man brings home his ballerino partner to his conservative family.
    • The Last Kids on Earth: Book 3: The kids are back to survive the monster apocalypse.
    • The Trial of the Chicago 7: This legal drama follows the story of counterprotesters charged by the federal government.
    • Unfriended: Teens are stalked by a killer after their bullying killed a classmate.
  • Oct. 18
    • Paranorman: Norman, who sees ghosts, must help stop a witch’s curse in this animated film.
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