And just like that, we’re finally entering Q4 2022. This October, Netflix brings in a number of shows and films for the month.

It is October, after all, so expect more titles in the suspense and horror genres. If that’s not you, they do have other options.

Personally, I enjoy fantasy and sci-fi shows, so one title I have my eye on is The School for Good and Evil. This one is based on a fantasy fairytale series of six books of the same name by Soman Chainani. It tells the story of two friends who find themselves on opposing sides between two factions. The show could end up good, but it could also end the other way so we’ll see.

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Admittedly, this month’s roster doesn’t look as compelling as the September list, but there’s definitely something here for everyone.

Check out the full list of films and shows from Netflix this October, complete with a short synopsis for each title.

Netflix PH October

  • Mr. Harrigan’s Phone (Film) – October 5
    A boy and an aging billionaire bond over books — and their first iPhones. But when the older man passes, their mysterious connection refuses to die.
  • Bling Empire: Season 3 (Series) – October 5
    Unfinished business and big opportunities stir up tension in the group, but nothing will stop them from living their flashiest and most fabulous lives.
  • Doll House (Film) – October 7
    A troubled lead singer of a rock band sets out to rekindle the relationship he never had with his long-lost daughter.
  • Old People (Film) – October 7
    A woman who’s returned home with her two kids to attend her sister’s wedding must suddenly defend their lives against older people on a killing spree.
  • The Midnight Club (Series) – October 7
    Inside a hospice for terminally ill teens, members of an exclusive club make a chilling pact: The first to die must send a sign from beyond the grave.
  • The Mole (Series) – October 7
    Twelve players complete challenges while trying to identify the one among them who’s sabotaging their missions in this reboot of the cult-classic series.
  • Luckiest Girl Alive (Film) – October 7
    A writer’s perfectly crafted New York City life starts to unravel when a true-crime documentary forces her to confront her harrowing high school history.
  • Glitch (Series) – October 7
    A young woman joins forces with a UFO enthusiast to investigate her boyfriend’s sudden disappearance and stumbles into a wild conspiracy.
  • Spirit Rangers (Kids & Family) – October 10
    Native American siblings Kodi, Summer,
    and Eddy have a secret: They’re “Spirit Rangers” who help protect the national park they call home!
  • Someone Borrowed (Film) – October 11
    To fulfill his mother’s dying wish and avoid being removed from her will, an inflexible bachelor hires an actress to play his fiancée.
  • Easy-Bake Battle (Series) – October 12
    Talented home cooks put their skills and creativity to the test making fast and easy dishes that are wildly delicious — and worthy of a big cash prize.
  • Sh**ting Stars: Season 1 – October 12
    Frustrations and feelings collide when a dynamic PR executive finds herself working with her irksome nemesis — who happens to be a megastar client.
  • Dead End: Paranormal Park: Season 2 (Kids & Family) – October 13
    Barney, Norma, Pugsley and friends encounter a slew of strange new creatures, from angels to evil twins to an army of deranged Pauline Phoenix dolls.
  • The Curse of Bridge Hollow (Film) – October 14
    A father (Marlon Wayans) and his teenage daughter (Priah Ferguson) are forced to team up and save their town after an ancient and mischievous spirit causes Halloween decorations to come to life and wreak havoc.
  • Take 1 (Series) – October 14
    Renowned musicians pull out all the stops to give a song of their choice the greatest live performance they can muster — and all in a single take.
  • Under the Queen’s Umbrella (Series) – October 15
    A spirited queen tries to rein in her rowdy sons in order to make one of them the next king of Joseon, while her competitors vie to snatch the throne.
  • Unsolved Mysteries: Volume 3 (Series) – October 18 (episodes 1-3), October 25 (episodes 4-6)
    The acclaimed true-crime docuseries reboot returns for a new season.
  • The School for Good and Evil (Film) – October 19
    Best friends Sophie and Agatha find their bond put to the test when they’ve whisked away to a magical school for future fairy-tale heroes and villains.
  • The Stranger (Film) – October 19
    An undercover cop forms an intense, intimate relationship with a murder suspect while trying to earn his trust and elicit a confession.
  • 28 Days Haunted (Series) – October 21
    Three teams each spend 28 days in some of America’s most haunted locations for a paranormal experiment based on the theories of Ed and Lorraine Warren.
  • From Scratch (Series) – October 21
    An artist finds romance with a chef in Italy and embarks on a life-changing journey of love, loss, resilience and hope across cultures and continents.
  • The Chalk Line (Film) – October 24
    A psychological thriller inspired by the true story of “The Monster of Amstetten.”
  • Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities (Series) – October 25
    Bizarre nightmares unfold in eight tales of terror in this visually stunning, spine-tingling horror collection curated by Guillermo del Toro.
  • The Good Nurse (Film) – October 26
    Amy, a compassionate nurse and single mother struggling with a life-threatening heart condition, is stretched to her physical and emotional limits by the hard and demanding night shifts at the ICU. But help arrives, when Charlie, a thoughtful and empathetic fellow nurse, starts at her unit. While sharing long nights at the hospital, the two develop a strong and devoted friendship, and for the first time in years, Amy truly has faith in her and her young daughter’s future. But after a series of mysterious patient deaths sets off an investigation that points to Charlie as the prime suspect, Amy is forced to risk her life and the safety of her children to uncover the truth.
  • Romantic Killer (Series) – October 27
    Living her best single life, romance is the last thing on Anzu’s mind — until a tiny match-making wizard suddenly turns her life into a clichéd romcom.
  • Daniel Spellbound (Kids & Family) – October 27
    A teen tracker follows in his late father’s footsteps to uncover a conspiracy in the magical world in this exciting supernatural adventure series.
  • The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself (Series) – October 28
    Jay Lycurgo (“Titans”) and Nadia Parkes (“Doctor Who”) star in this bloody and breathtaking fantasy series based on the “Half Bad” books by Sally Green.
  • Wendell & Wild (Film) – October 28
    Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele star in this stop-motion animation adventure about two demon brothers who escape the Underworld.
  • If Only (Series) – October 28
    Ten years into a disappointing marriage, Emma is struggling to cope — until she gets an unbelievable opportunity to live the past decade all over again.
  • Inside Man (Series) – Coming Soon
    Starring David Tennant and Stanley Tucci – an American death row prisoner with a sideline in solving mysteries helps a young British journalist search for a friend who’s suddenly disappeared.
  • 20th Century Girl (Film) – Coming Soon
    In 1999, a teen girl keeps close tabs on a boy in school on behalf of her deeply smitten best friend – then she gets swept up in a love story of her own.
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