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Everything coming to and leaving Netflix in October

The chilly weather is blowing in some spooky offerings on Netflix in October. Those who want to get into the Halloween spirit will have an array of choices this month including ‘The Haunting of Bly Manor, ‘Hubie Halloween,’ and more!
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Why do we keep watching Carole Baskin?

Carole Baskin fame rose to a spot on ABC’s hit show ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ leading to social media buzz and attention. Netflix documented the 59-year-old’s exploits during the popular mini-series ‘Tiger King.’
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‘Stranger Things’ star David Harbour says he hated lying about Hopper’s 'death'

The third season of “Stranger Things” left fans wondering if David Harbour’s character Hopper was dead. Harbour said he hated lying about the character’s fate.
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A Documentary on Woodstock ’99 Is Coming To Netflix

Netflix is creating a docuseries centered on the infamous Woodstock ’99 festival that produced images of rioting, looting, fire and Limp Bizkit as a headliner.
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Netflix's 'Enola Holmes' Trailer Introduces Millie Bobby Brown as Sherlock Holmes' Younger Sister

It’s time to get to know the youngest Holmes sibling – Enola Holmes. Millie Bobby Brown stars as the sleuthing detective on a mission in the upcoming Netflix film. Watch the trailer.
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Everything Coming to and Leaving Netflix in September

As the seasons change, so do the offerings on your favorite streaming services. September is going to be a big month for Netflix, so you may want to clear out your cue and make room for these new titles. Read more now.
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Would You Watch a Karaoke Competition Show Hosted by Tituss Burgess? Yes, a Hundred Times Yes

Tituss Burgess is set to host Netflix’s next obsession, an eight-episode singing competition show where contestants will face-off to see who can most accurately sing their chosen popular hits.
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The 10 Best Music Documentaries and Where You Can Watch Them

We look at the ten best music documentaries now available on Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and Prime Video. Here’s what they are, and here’s where you can watch them.
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‘Game of Thrones’ Star Jonathan Pryce to Play Prince Philip on ‘The Crown’

“The Crown” has found its latest royal family member. The Netflix series has cast Jonathan Pryce in the role of Prince Philip for the show’s final two seasons.
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Everything Coming to and Leaving Netflix in August 2020

With summer in full swing, Netflix has an array of new content including family-friendly classics that are perfect for a backyard movie night. Find out what’s coming to the streaming service now!
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