With temperatures steadily dropping, and pumpkins, ghost and goblins coming out of hiding — nothing says fall like plenty of new binge-worthy titles on Netflix.
From Oscar-nominated films like The Green Mile, to a can’t miss musical we’re dying to see such as Been So Long, starring Michaela Cole, Netflix has tons of great new offerings this month.
Don’t take our word for it. Check out the films and TV shows we’re adding to our schedules pronto.
Been So Long - October 26
Imagine this: Michaela Cole singing and dancing in the streets of London. If you're freaking out (in a good way, of course) like we are, don't miss Been So Long, which stars Cole as a single mother who's charmed by a stranger (Arinzé Kene) while having a night out on the town.
Blade - October 1
Remember that time Wesley Snipes was turned into a half-vampire, half-mortal? Now you can watch Snipes not only kick butt in Blade, but Blade II, available now.
Black Dynamite - October 1
Check out Michael Jai White, Tommy Davidson, and Salli Richardson in this blaxploitation parody. The film centers on a former CIA agent known as Black Dynamite (White) who is not only avenging his brother's death but trying to clean up his community from a new drug.
Season 2 of Hip-Hop Evolution - October 19
In this Netflix original series, Hip-Hop Evolution's second season will dive deeper into hip-hop's history as it creates its own subcultures in New York, the South, and the West Coast during the 80s and 90s. Canadian rapper Shad K. hosts.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina - October 26
Based on the "Archie" comic, this new Netflix series is just in time for Halloween. It follows our girl Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka) as she approaches her 16th birthday, and is forced to choose between her family's witch world and her friends. It stars Black starlet Jaz Sinclair, who we've got our eye on.
Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain - October 1
Couldn't get enough of Kevin Hart in Night School
? Not to worry: He's bringing two of his stand-up specials to Netflix this month -- Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain
and Kevin Hart: Seriously Funny
The Green Mile - October 1
In this 1999 sci-fi film, the late Michael Clarke Duncan stars as John Coffey, a prisoner on death row, who has supernatural powers. The film was well received when it hit the box office, earning four Oscar nominations.