Here's Everything Coming to Netflix Canada in October 2018

We're getting more 'Big Mouth' and 'Making a Murderer'
Here's Everything Coming to Netflix Canada in October 2018
Welp, you've spent the entire summer planning to go outside and surrounding yourselves with various screens on the couch instead. Fortunately, however, the guilt for missing out on a nice day is gone as fall has arrived — it's too cold to go outside, so you might as well keep watching Netflix. As such, we've prepped a handy guide for all of the shows and movies you can binge excessively enjoy this October.

Most notably, everyone's favourite Netflix crime show not about boners or poo is back. Yes, we're talking about Making a Murderer, the true crime series that had everyone in full-on sleuth mode when it first debuted. Part 2 of the series arrives on October 19. 

That's not the only Netflix Original set to return. Big Mouth will deliver more R-rated animation when Season 2 drops on October 5. Then there's Season 3 of Daredevil, which is set to arrive on October 19. Other shows set to premiere include Wanderlust (October 19), Bodyguard (October 24), Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (October 26) and Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj (every Sunday starting on October 28).

Netflix's original films department is also ramping up the titles. In October, the service will deliver the fictional films Operation Finale (October 3), 22 July (October 10) and The Kindergarten Teacher (October 12) as well as the documentaries Salt Fat Acid Heart (October 11) and Remastered: Who Shot the Sheriff (October 12).

If you'd like to watch some white guys tell jokes onstage, there's also plenty of that as Netflix is prepping new comedy specials from Joe Rogan (October 2), Ron White (October 16) and Adam Sandler (October 23).

As for the non-originals, Netflix will deliver The Purge: Election Year (October 1), Supergirl Season 3 (October 9), Halloween (October 20), The Secret Life of Pets (October 22), Great News Season 2 (October 25) and Collateral Beauty (October 28).

It's safe to assume that Netflix will also be removing some titles from the service, though they haven't shared that information with us this month. To be safe, you better watch everything as soon as possible. Just in case.