10 movies and TV shows to watch on Netflix in October 2019

In the Tall Grass on Netflix, photo credit: CHRISTOS KALOHORIDIS
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Shows to watch on Netflix in Oct. 2019

Raising Dion: Want more Michael B. Jordan? Who doesn’t! This time, we’ll get to see him just a tad less than we are used to, but most of his work for this movie is behind the camera as one of the producers. Raising Dion stars Ja’siah Young, who’ll portray Dion, and Alisha Wainwright, who takes on the role of Nicole, Dion’s mother. The series will follow Dion and his mother running from an organization that’s haunting her son after learning about his supernatural abilities. Raising Dion arrives to Netflix Oct. 4.

Rhythm + Flow: Everyone loves a fun and fresh reality series, and Netflix is jumping in on the game. Rhythm + Flow highlights potential stars in the industry of music in a competitive series. Think American Idol, but with a little more beat. Judging the contestants on Oct. 9 will be Cardi B, Chance the Rapper and T.I., be sure you watch!

Insatiable: The series that cause so much drama and controversy is back for more! There’s no stopping Insatiable, but with so much criticism it received during the first season, we are curious to see if season 2 will be any different. There’s really only one way to find out, tune in Oct. 11 to see!

Living with Yourself: Paul Rudd stars in anything and it’s magic, so how can we miss his Netflix comedy-drama, Living with Yourself? The series follows Miles (Rudd), a man who goes through an experimental procedure hoping to come out of it a better person and with more motivation. Instead, Miles walks out with another Miles. Watch the adventure on Oct. 18.

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Daybreak: Is The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead no long satisfying your cravings? Netflix is presenting a new zombie drama that’s packed with everything you need. Blood, guts, comedy and plenty of drama. Don’t miss Daybreak on Oct. 24.

Which series and movie are you most looking forward to this month? Did we leave out a series that needs to be included on the list? Be sure to let us know!