Look out for Joe and Love’s son in You and Nevertheless’s Yoo Na-Bi in My Name.
In light of the spooky season this October, Netflix has prepared an exciting line-up of thrillers to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Here are some highlights to look forward to on Netflix this October.
Being someone’s special someone may sound romantic, but Joe Goldberg from You takes that to an extreme.
After meeting his match Love Quinn in Season 2, they decided to move and start afresh with their newborn son.
But old habits die hard. When Love and Joe move to a new town, Joe develops a new obsession and has a new victim, causing the couple to be looped back into their vicious cycle once more.
How far would Joe go to create that ‘perfect’ family? The third season of psychological thriller series You returns with a third season on Oct 15.
First a homewrecker, then a college student, Han So-Hee takes on the role of an undercover cop in her upcoming thriller drama, My Name. Unlike her previous roles, her character in My Name joins a police force under the direction of a crime boss in order to avenge her father’s murder.
Acting alongside her is Ahn Bo-Hyun, whom you may remember from the K-dramas Itaewon Class and Her Private Life.
My Name starts screening on Netflix on Oct 15.
Fans who love the popular horror movie Scream might enjoy this upcoming release.
Developed by the producers of Stranger Things and The Conjuring universe, There’s Someone Inside Your House is a good old American slasher film perfect for a Halloween night in.
The film follows five teenagers on a quest to identify a masked killer set on exposing the darkest secrets of their school’s graduating class.
There’s Someone Inside Your House comes to Netflix on Oct 6.
Amongst the thrill and drama genres that will be coming to Netflix this October, anime fans can also look forward to more comforting shows such as Blue Period – a coming-of-age tale of a bored high-schooler who finds inspiration in the world of art.
Another anime addition is Komi Can’t Communicate, a show that tells the story of a girl who suffers from social anxiety.
Blue Period will be coming to Netflix on Oct 9 while Komi Can’t Communicate will be available on Oct 21.
The full listing for Netflix movies and series coming in October is available here.
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