What To Watch On Disney+ Singapore this October
Look forward to bingeing Marvel Studios’ Werewolf by Night or dating reality show Pink Lie.
With Halloween creeping around the corner, Disney+ subscribers can expect some horror-leaning content to complement their viewing experience this October.
From monster hunters to love secrets, here are some Disney+ shows you can expect.
1. Werewolf By Night
If you’re a fan of Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, you might like its upcoming series Werewolf By Night.
Taking inspiration from the 1930s and 1940s, Werewolf By Night follows a secret group of monster hunters who gather at the Bloodstone Temple after their leader’s death.
They are thrown into a mysterious competition for a powerful relic that eventually pits them against a dangerous monster.
Werewolf By Night premieres on Oct 7 on Disney+.
2. Shadow Detective
Crime show fans can keep themselves up at night over episodes of Shadow Detective.
The series follows detective Taekrok (Lee Seongmin) as he prepares to retire from the police force when his partner gets into trouble. His rescue attempt goes awry when he suddenly passes out and awakens to find himself framed for a murder.
On the run, Taekrok is contacted by the real murderer – who identifies himself only as “Friend” – and is blackmailed into reinvestigating old cases to hopefully clear his name.
Shadow Detective premieres Oct 26 on Disney+.
3. American Horror Stories S2 Finale
A spin-off of the horror drama series Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s American Horror Story, American Horror Stories is an anthology that features a different horror story each episode.
The show’s second season spans six episodes, including the finale that will be available from Oct 19 on Disney+.
4. Pink Lie
E.L.Fs can look forward to seeing Super Junior’s Kim Heechul, alongside Lee Sunbin, Song Wonseok, and YouTube influencer Ralral as they host the reality dating show Pink Lie.
Pink Lie arms a group of contestants with one lie each. In each episode, they are required to bond and complete challenges but are not allowed to tell their potential partners their critical lie.
Along the way, select participants are given special privileges in the form of a “pink moon” which allows them to find out another participant’s lie and decide for themselves whether or not they want to continue the relationship.
Pink Lie premieres on Oct 5 on Disney+.