What’s leaving and coming to Netflix this month


Here is the full list of what is coming to and leaving Netflix this month.
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Eva Laurens, Reporter

Halloween is approaching and students are starting to watch more horror movies and TV shows as soon as spooky season started. 

Netflix has been trending lately after South Korean survival drama Squid Game was released and the whole world went crazy about it, according to The Tab.

“Critics and online reviews are all over Squid Game,” The Tab said, “and it currently sits with an impressive 100 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes.”

According to an infographic posted on Visually, nine college students out of 10 use Netflix and 68% of them binge watch movies and TV shows on this streaming platform. 

Every month, Netflix removes some TV shows and movies to make some space for the new ones. Here’s what’s being added and removed.

What’s leaving Netflix

Each of the following will be leaving Netflix on Oct. 31.

Legally Blond 

The story of a sorority girl Elle Woods who gets dumped by her boyfriend and decides to win him back by following him to Harvard Law School. 


A movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio where a thief extracts secrets from people’s dreams.

Catch Me If You Can

An FBI agent tries to stop a young man from impersonating a pilot, a doctor and a lawyer, also starring Leonardo DiCaprio.

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off 

A popular student fakes an illness to skip school to hangout with his girlfriend and his best friend will also be removed from the streaming platform. 

What’s coming to Netflix

Project X and Titanic came out on Oct. 1, but a lot more is going to come out throughout the month.

You: Season 3

Starring Penn Badgley, Victoria Pedretti and Elizabeth Lail, the new season is going to be available on Netflix on Oct. 15. This tv show tells the story of the charming but dangerous Joe Goldberg and his journey to enter in the lives of the women he is obsessed with. 

Dynasty: Season 4

On Oct. 22, The Carringtons and the Colbys will come back on the screen with a new season starring Elizabeth Gillies, Grant Show and Rafael De La Fuente.

Here are full lists of what is leaving and what is new this month on Netflix.