Now that the back-to-school rush has settled down, the weather is changing and pumpkin spice is being sprinkled in the coffee rotation, let's embrace fall. We can also embrace all of the exciting new movies and TV shows coming to Netflix in October. Here, TheWrap breaks down which ones you shouldn't miss, and a few things you need to re-watch before they leave.
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Coming October 1: "I Love You, Man"
Bet you didn't realize how much you'd like to watch this movie again until we told you it's coming to Netflix next month. Starring Paul Rudd, Jason Segel and Rashida Jones, "I Love You, Man" gave us classic one-liners like "totes mcgotes" and "bro Montana."
Coming October 6: "The Life and Death of Marsha P. Johnson"
One of the 1960's biggest LGBT rights icons, Marsha P. Johnson's body was found in the Hudson River in 1992. Police ruled it a suicide and didn't investigate. David France's documentary follows trans activist Victoria Cruz in a search for the truth.
Coming October 13: "The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)"
The latest from Noah Baumbach, "The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)" features Adam Sandler and Ben Stiller alongside Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson in a dysfunctional New York family saga.
Coming October 13: "Mindhunter" Season 1
The David Fincher-produced series, set in 1979, follows two FBI agents, played by Jonathan Groff and Holt McCallany. They listen to convicted killers, trying to understand the motivation behind their brutal and senseless violence in order to prevent future murders.
Coming October 20: "The Day I Met El Chapo: The Kate Del Castillo Story"
This three-part series tells the tale of Mexican actress Kate Del Castillo's infamous meeting with one of the world's most notorious drug lords. It features never-before-seen footage and new details from Castillo's side of the story.
Coming October 27: "Stranger Things" Season 2
The Duffer Brothers' cult hit "Stranger Things" returns right in time for Halloween weekend. This season promises the return of Eleven, a deeper dive into Hopper's past and the gang looking real good in some Ghostbusters costumes.
Leaving October 1: "30 Rock"
Sadly, you read that right. Tina Fey's hit comedy "30 Rock" will be leaving Netflix at the beginning of next month. Kenneth would probably tell you not to be sad, but we know you are. We are too.