Everything will be available on Netflix this weekend (October 15).


Everything will be available on Netflix this weekend (October 15).

Netflix is planning to update its streaming library with even more new content after stocking a big list of new titles this week. The streaming behemoth is set to add a total of 12 new films to its content library this weekend, adding to an already remarkable list of acquisitions made this month.

Season 3 of You, the Lifetime-turned-Netflix sitcom about Joe Goldberg, who will find himself battling to fit into a suburban life with Love and their child, is perhaps the most important book heading to the library this week. The series, which premiered on Lifetime in September 2018 and was first released on Netflix in December 2018, has been a huge hit for the streaming service. South Korean drama My Name, Season 4 of Little Things, a fresh batch of Cocomelon episodes, and another popular Netflix Family title are among the new releases this weekend. Check out the streamer’s Netflix & Chills collection for more spooky flicks to help start off Halloween celebrations.

The basic plan ($8.99 per month), the standard plan ($13.99 per month), and the premium plan ($17.99 per month) are the three subscription options offered by Netflix. Netflix has just launched a “Netflix Free Section,” which allows non-subscribers to watch a selection of the streaming service’s most popular originals for free. Continue scrolling to see what’s new on Netflix this weekend, and don’t forget to take a look at what’s leaving before the end of the month.

Following the popularity of its original series Squid Game, Netflix is bringing another South Korean drama to the streaming library this week! My Name, a crime drama centered on Jiwoo, a woman who joins a drug gang and becomes a police mole to avenge her father’s death, will be added to the streamer on Friday, Oct. 15. My Name stars Han So-hee, Park Hee-soon, and Ahn Bo-hyun and is directed by Kim Jin-min.

Sharkdog and his companions are back for more wild adventures in the special Sharkdog’s Fintastic Halloween, just a month after stocking a new film in Netflix Family’s library to tremendous success. The film is a spinoff of Sharkdog, an animated series that follows 10-year-old Max and his best friend Sharkdog, who is half shark and half dog, as they go on a variety of crazy and chaotic escapades. Sharkdog’s Fintastic Halloween finds him in a situation where he needs to save trick-or-treating… Summary of Entertainment News from Brinkwire.


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