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Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of Oct. 25, 2020

Luke Bracey and Emma Roberts in a scene from "Holidate."

Good news, Netflix fans! This week marks the start of a new month, which means the streaming service is getting a smorgasbord of new offerings. From Netflix’s first holiday rom-com to the iconic Dawson’s Creek, there’s a lot happening!

Ready to plan your to-watch list? Below is everything coming to Netflix the week of Oct. 25:

  • Oct. 27:
    • Blood of Zeus: A demigod must help save Earth in this anime.
    • Chico Bon Bon: Monkey with a Tool Belt: Season 4: The handy monkey is back with more adventures in season four.
    • Guillermo Vilas: Settling the Score: This documentary explores the quest to reevaluate the tennis ranking for player Guillermo Vilas.

  • Oct. 28:
    • Holidate: Netflix’s first original holiday rom-com stars Emma Roberts, who makes a pact with a stranger (Luke Bracey) to be each other’s plus-ones all year.
    • Metallica Through the Never: A roadie goes on a surreal adventure against a deadly horseman to get iconic metal band Metallica’s equipment to them.
    • Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight: Teenagers cut off from technology face a killer in the woods.
    • Secrets of the Saqqara Tomb: This Netflix original documentary explores the discovery of the Saqqara tomb.
  • Oct. 30:
    • Bronx: This French film is about gangs in Marseilles, France.
    • His House: This film follows a couple from Sudan living in an English village with a scary underbelly.
    • The Day of the Lord: A priest is haunted in this horror film.
    • Somebody Feed Phil: Season 4: The creator of Everybody Loves Raymond continues his food journey all over the world.
    • Suburra: Season 3:  The third season of this Italian shows follows the battle over a real estate near Rome.

  • Oct. 31:
    • The 12th Man: A man flees to Scandinavia to get away from the Gestapo in this film.
  • Nov. 1:
    • Can You Hear Me? Season 2: This French-Canadian series follows three people’s everyday lives and struggles.
    • 60 Days In: Another season of the series about going to prison debuts.
    • A Clockwork Orange: Stanley Kubrick’s famous film about violence and repercussions.
    • Boyz n the Hood: This famous John Singleton film features stories about men living in Central Los Angeles.
    • Casper: A girl’s new home is haunted by a friendly ghost.
    • Christmas Break-In: A little girl must save her school’s custodian when three men break in during a snowstorm.
    • Dawson’s Creek: All six seasons of the classic TV show, which debuted in the late ’90s.

  • Nov. 1 (continued):
    • Easy A: A girl fakes being “experienced” to help a closeted classmate, and then becomes the target of bullies.
    • Elf Pets: A Fox Cub’s Christmas Tale; Elf Pets: Santa’s Reindeer Rescue: The Elf on the Shelf pets unite for adventures in these two Christmas specials.
    • Forged in Fire: The show about blacksmiths who make swords returns.
    • Jumping the Broom:  A couple’s wedding is nearly derailed by their feuding families.
    • Knock Knock: Two women have murderous intentions in this thriller.
    • Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath: Seasons 1-3: Actress Remini (a former member) looks behind the scenes of Scientology.
    • Little Monsters: A boy befriends the friendly monster under his bed.
    • Mile 22: A team must attempt to extract a man from Southeast Asia in this film.
    • Ocean’s Eleven: A group of ex-cons join forces to rob a casino in this heist film.
    • Paul Blart: Mall Cop:  A mall cop becomes a hero in this heartwarming film.

  • Nov. 1 (continued):
    • Piercing: A man attempts to pull off the perfect murder in this film.
    • Platoon: The classic film about the Vietnam War.
    • School Daze: This Spike Lee classic follows life on a college campus.
    • Snowden: This biopic is the story of whistleblower Edward Snowden.
    • The Garfield Show: The famous cat who loves lasagna is back in this series.
    • The ImpossibleBased on a true story, this film tells the tale of a family during the 2004 Southeast Asia tsunami.
    • The Indian in the Cupboard: A boy discovers his toys come to life in a magical cupboard.
    • The Next Karate Kid: Hilary Swank stars in this fourth installment of The Karate Kid franchise.
    • Wheels of Fortune: A man must travel cross-country to claim a fortune.
    • Yes Man: Jim Carrey stars in this film about a man who says yes to everything.
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