There were a few winners during this pandemic, but the streaming giant Netflix earned its way to the top. Netflix became the top choice for streaming in 2021 because of its originality in content and effortless and uninterrupted streaming. Therefore, it was no surprise when the platform received 44 Emmys this year!
Are The October’21 Netflix Releases Worth Watching?
Netflix is going to release a number of new shows this October to quench your appetite for entertainment. October is the season for all things spooky and binging on critically acclaimed releases on Netflix when it’s cold outside – sounds like a dream? Here are three shows you should definitely have on your radar:
1) You (Season 3) – 15th October
One of the most talked-about series this October would be season 3 of ‘You’ dropping on the 15th of this month. At the end of last season, we were left on the edge of our seats! The murderous character of Joe Golberg – his twisted strategies paired with his increasing obsession, made the show extremely addictive and binge-able! His intimidating personality and character-building is the highlight of ‘You’ and we can’t wait to see what he has up his sleeve this time around!
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2) Little Things (Season 4) – 15th October
Season 4 of ‘Little Things’ will arrive on Netflix on 15th October. It will be the last season of the famous romantic series and the audience is super excited for the launch of the final season. The show, as its title suggests, represents the cute moments of a young couple and the strengthening moments of a modern relationship. The story observes the individuality of both main characters as they grow through tough times. The transition from young love to a mature relationship is portrayed in a beautiful manner.
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3) Colin In Black & White – 29th October
‘Colin in Black & White’ is a mini TV Series and its first episode will be airing on October 29, 2021. This series revolves around the story of Colin Kaepernick who is a former NFL Player. The transition of the main character from High School to becoming an activist is a significant part of the story. The series highlights Colin’s fight against police brutality.
To conclude, all three shows have different storylines and for those of you who love watching thrillers and shows full of suspense, this will be a treat! So which one will you watch first?