It's officially the start of spooky season, y'all — though, the scariest thing to happen so far is this list we just received of all the beloved movies and TV shows that will be leaving Netflix in October 2022!
Queue these entertaining kids and family movies on Netflix to banish "I'm bored!" from your home. These are the best kids and family movies to watch.
When the time comes for family movie night, get the pulse pounding and the heart racing with these fun, scary movies for kids. They're not too scary, promise!
If you’ve already binge-watched Netflix hits like Virgin River, Dated and Related and Partner Track, you’re probably looking for new streaming options. Luckily, Netflix has a ton of movies and shows to choose from in its top-rated section, which ranks popular titles based on who’s watching what. The best part? The list is updated daily, making it an ideal place to find new suggestions, no matter your viewing preferences. From Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story to Cobra Kai, keep reading for Netfl
Several thrillers and biographical films are also trending on the streaming service.
The original teen queen is returning to the screen for Netflix's upcoming holiday movie, Falling for Christmas.
This brand-new movie could dethrone Last Seen Alive if it continues to grow in popularity. Introducing Mr. Harrigan’s Phone. Although the horror film just premiered on October 5, it’s already claimed the number two spot on Netflix’s list of most-watched movies. (It’s currently ranked behind Last Seen Alive but ahead of Inheritance, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Rush Hour and Robin Hood.) Nicole Rivelli/Netflix The story follows Craig (Jaeden Martell), a young boy who befriends an elderly man named Mr. Harri
When it comes to teen comedy movies, Mean Girls is (and will always be) the gold standard. Not only does it have all the makings of a brilliant coming-of-age story, but it also features unforgettable one-liners, nuanced characters and a *very* sultry take on “Jingle Bell Rock.” Simply put, not too many titles measure up to Tina Fey’s cultural masterpiece. But fortunately for us, there are quite a few that come close. In honor of Mean Girls Day (aka October 3), we're making “fetch” happen with th
Emily Ratajkowski has called out Netflix's Marilyn Monroe film Blonde in a new TikTok video, following backlash around the movie.
Learn how to properly store faux pumpkins, tabletop accessories, and other seasonal accents so you can use them for years to come.
Showrunner Maggie Friedman and Netflix head of drama Jinny Howe explain the decision to bring the Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke series to an end.