New Shows Alert on Netflix Philippines in October 2021

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Can you believe it? We only have ninety-four days before 2021 ends!

And with another month coming, Netflix surely has tons of newly uploaded and released titles to meet all your binge-watching needs. While the world continues to heal and move past the pandemic crisis, staying at home continues to be the best option in keeping yourself, your family, and the community healthy — and we thank Netflix for making that more enjoyable!

Curious what titles will be arriving on the streaming platform this October? Check out our list below.

What’s coming to Netflix this October 2021?

October 1: The Guilty – a 2021 American crime thriller film remake of the 2018 Danish film of the same name, following a troubled police detective who gets demoted to 911 operator duty.

Starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Ethan Hawke, Riley Keough


October 1: Diana: The Musical – a Netflix special celebrating the life of Princess Diana and her legacy.

Starring Jeanna de Waal, Roe Hartrampf, Erin Davie


October 1: Walwal (Wasted) – released in 2019, Walwal follows a group of friends who form an unbreakable friendship in high school. Now sophomores facing trouble simultaneously, the boys use their bond to get through their hardships.

Starring Elmo Magalona, Kiko Estrada, Donny Pangilinan


October 6: There’s Someone Inside Your House – based on the 2017 novel of the same name by Stephanie Perkins, the 2021 American slasher film follows a senior transfer student from Hawaii who later finds herself in the center of gruesome murder cases in her newly acquainted town.

Starring Sydney Park, Théodore Pellerin, Asjha Cooper


October 8: Pokemon The Movie: Secrets of the Jungle – a 2020 Japanese anime film based on Satoshi Tajiri’s Pokémon media franchise featuring the new Generation VIII Mythical Pokémon Zarude and a shiny Celebi.

Starring the voices of Rika Matsumoto, Ikue Otani, Megumi Hayashibara


October 11: The Baby-sitters Club (Season 2) – the second installment of the American comedy-drama series, based on the children’s novel series of the same name by Ann M. Martin. The series centers around the friendship and adventures of five middle-schoolers as they start a babysitting business.

Starring Sophie Grace, Momona Tamada, Shay Rudolph 


October 11: The King’s Affection – the first episode of the 16-part Korean drama series following the story of a Crowned Prince whose real identity must be kept secret.

Starring Park Eun-bin, Rowoon, Nam Yoon-su


October 11: The Baby-sitters Club (Season 2) – the second installment of the American comedy-drama series, based on the children’s novel series of the same name by Ann M. Martin. The series centers around the friendship and adventures of five middle-schoolers as they start a babysitting business.

Starring Sophie Grace, Momona Tamada, Shay Rudolph 


October 12: Bright: Samurai Soul – an upcoming anime film spin-off of Bright that tells the story of a Rōnin samurai and an orc who will work together to bring a young elf and the powerful wand she wields to the land of the Northern Elves.

Starring the voices of Yūki Nomura, Daisuke Kirakawa, Shion Wakayama


October 15: You (Season 3) – the third season of the American psychological thriller series, featuring the continuation of Joe Goldberg’s fraught relationship with Love, who is pregnant with his child and living in a new suburban home.

Starring Penn Badgley, Victoria Pedretti, Shalita Grant


October 15: My Name – an upcoming South Korean drama-thriller series revolving around a woman who joins a gang to avenge her father’s death and then goes undercover as a cop.

Starring Han So-hee, Park Hee-soon, Ahn Bo-hyun


October 15: Death Note – a 2006 Japanese supernatural thriller film based on the manga series with the same name. It tells about a college student who attempts to change the world into a utopian society without crime through a supernatural black notebook that kills anyone whose name is written in the pages.

Starring Masataka Kubota, Kento Yamazaki, Mio Yuki


October 20: Night Teeth – another American horror-thriller film on the list about a college student moonlighting as a chauffeur who happens to pick up two mysterious women for a night of party-hopping across Los Angeles.

Starring Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Debby Ryan, Lucy Fry


October 21: After We Fell – the third film installment based on the After series written by Anna Todd, following the chaotic love story of Hardin Scott and Tessa Young. 

Starring Josephine Langford, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Louise Lombard


October 21: Sex, Love, & Goop – a six-episode series from the “Gwyneth Paltrow and the Goop team” following a group of “courageous couples” who, with the help of experts, learn lessons and methods to “enhance their relationships through more pleasurable sex and deeper intimacy.”


October 22: Locke & Key (Season 2) – season two of the American supernatural horror-drama series based on the comic book of the same name by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez.

Starring Darby Stanchfield, Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones


October 22: Maya And The Three – an upcoming Mexican animated fantasy miniseries about a warrior princess celebrating her fifteenth birthday when suddenly the underworld god appears and announces that she must pay for her family’s misdeeds.


October 22: The Raincoat Killer – a true-crime docuseries recounting the hunt of South Korean serial killer Yoo Young-chul, who began his crimes in the early 2000s. Aside from murders, he was also known as a sex offender and self-confessed cannibal.


October 29: Army of Thieves – a heist romantic-comedy film prequel of Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead, following Ludwig Dieter in his early days of safecracking and the early stages of the zombie outbreak.

Starring Matthias Schweighöfer, Nathalie Emmanuel, Guz Khan 


October 30: Chinoy: Mano Po 7 – a 2016 Filipino film and seventh installment of the Mano Po franchise, centering around a modern Chinese-Filipino family who struggles to reunite and bond despite its wealthy status.

Starring Richard Yap, Marlo Mortel, Jean Garcia


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Note: Dates and titles are subject to change.

—(SourceNetflix Philippines)


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