Netflix’s October 1 – 25 lineup of the top 5 films and TV shows, including release dates
The Netflix audience is eagerly anticipating the latest releases, which are more thrilling than ever. Among the numerous movies and shows set to debut this month, here are the top five selections for viewers:
– This documentary, directed by Fisher Stevens, delves into the life of football legend David Beckham, exploring his journey to stardom and illustrious career. “Beckham” is a four-part series scheduled for release on October 4. It offers football enthusiasts an unfiltered glimpse into the life of this global icon, who remains the most celebrated football player of all time.
2. “Lupin” Season 3:
– The captivating French series about the gentleman thief Lupin is making a thrilling comeback on October 5 with its third season. Starring Omar Sy as Assane Diop, the protagonist seeking justice for his falsely accused father, “Lupin” takes viewers on a suspenseful journey. In season 3, Assane is forced to hide in the shadows as his face becomes synonymous with a wanted man throughout the city. The show returns after a two-year hiatus following the last season’s release.
3. “Elite” Season 7:
– Announced by Netflix in October 2022, just days before the premiere of its sixth season in November the same year, the seventh season of the explicit teen saga “Elite” is set to drop on October 20. This series revolves around the lives of privileged high school students and the mysteries surrounding them. Often described as a blend of “Gossip Girl” and “Riverdale,” it promises the return of certain original cast members, including Omar Ayuso as Omar Shanaa.
4. “Pain Hustlers”:
– Starring A-list actors Chris Evans and Emily Blunt, “Pain Hustlers” is scheduled for release on October 27. Emily portrays the role of Liza Drake, a blue-collar single mother who joins forces with pharma sales representative Pete Brenner, played by Chris Evans. However, their collaboration takes a dark turn as it becomes entangled in a racketeering scheme involving counterfeit prescriptions. The drama’s plot is inspired by real-life events covered by New York Times journalist Evan Hughes in 2018.
5. “The Fall of the House of Usher”:
– Created by the director of the Haunting miniseries, “The Fall of the House of Usher” draws inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe’s classic work and is set to premiere on October 12. Netflix initially released a brief 16-second teaser on September 12, which left much to the imagination but generated significant anticipation among viewers. A subsequent trailer revealed the eerie dynamics of the Usher family and unfolded a haunting tale of familial betrayal. The cast includes many familiar faces from the Haunting series, such as Carla Gugino, Kate Siegel, and Henry Thomas.