The Best New Netflix Releases Coming to Stream This October

Netflix October Releases

An intriguing new crime thriller, hilarious comedies, the latest Korean drama, and new seasons of hit Netflix shows are just some of the streaming service’s releases you’ll want to add to your watchlist this October. With more exciting titles hitting Netflix over the next week, there are plenty of binge-worthy new gems coming that you won’t want to miss.

Ukraine’s Resilience Captured in Touching Doc Camp Courage

Premiering October 15th, the moving documentary Camp Courage follows young Ukrainian girl Milana as she attends a week-long camp for families affected by the war. With her grandmother Olga by her side, Milana is pushed to find bravery and hope amidst the camp’s mountainous terrain. While the conflict looms large, Camp Courage spotlights the quiet strength and resilience of those working to rebuild in the aftermath of invasion and cruelty. Director Max Lowe intended the film as a testament to the courage and spirit of all Ukrainians impacted by the unforgiving hardship of war. Additionally, you can also read about- Netflix to Remove 7 Shows and Films in October 2023

Innovative Police Procedural Bodies Spans 150 Years

For those tired of predictable cop shows, Bodies, debuting October 19th, puts an inventive spin on the genre. When a corpse appears in the same spot in London across four different timelines – 1890, 1941, 2023, and 2053 – a detective from each era investigates. As connections unfold over the decades, the four detectives realize their cases are linked, with an enigmatic leader, Elias Mannix, potentially involved. To solve the ever-expanding mystery, they must collaborate across 150 years of history. Based on a graphic novel, this cleverly crafted procedural binds time in captivating ways. If you want you can also read- The Best Netflix Series of All Time, According to Rotten Tomatoes

Top Korean Director’s New Drama Doona Stars Former K-Pop Idol

On October 20th, fans of Korean dramas can dive into Doona, the latest from Crash Landing on You director Lee Jung-hyo. The coming-of-age story stars former K-pop celebrity Bae Suzy as Lee Doona, an ex-idol adjusting to normal life. When she starts a romance with an ordinary college freshman, their communal living arrangement leads to swoon-worthy moments. With its rain-soaked bicycle rides and longing glances, Doona looks to deliver the kind of touching love story that makes Netflix’s K-dramas so addictive.

Burr’s Directorial Debut Old Dads Follows Late-in-Life Fatherhood
Comedian Bill Burr steps behind the camera for the first time in the Netflix original film Old Dads, premiering October 20th. The movie centers on three middle-aged friends becoming fathers in a modern world different from their 1980s upbringing. Burr plays a crotchety new dad struggling to fit in with younger parents and adapt to changes at work. Though challenged by generational gaps, his top priority remains supporting his family, no matter what. Burr’s first turn as director filters his blunt comedy through a story about parenthood and friendship. In addition, you can also read an article on- The 6 Most Underrated Anime Series on Netflix That You Need to Watch

Hit Shows Big Mouth and Elite Return for Season 7

Two of Netflix’s most popular series are back with new seasons October 20th. Adult animated comedy Big Mouth unveils its 7th installment, with 10 half-hour episodes focused on the nightmarish awkwardness of puberty. The seventh season of Spanish drama Elite tackles mental health as the students continue facing inner turmoil at their elite private school. Both long-running hits have more boundary-pushing stories to explore in their latest chapters.

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