Netflix gets 'Batman Begins,' 'Million Dollar Baby' and more in OctoberOctober is a big month for Netflix because it's gaining lots of movies and TV shows. Find out what's coming and going at Netflix right here.
Batman Begins, Million Dollar Baby, The Flash, and more coming up. [MUSIC] Hey everyone and welcome to NetPicks, this is your resource to finding out what to watch online. We just found out what's going on at Netflix for October so let's get to it. First up is a Netflix original movie, Beasts of No Nation starring Idris Elba. This movie's about a boy who becomes a child soldier in west Africa. It'll hit some theaters and Netflix on October 16. On a much lighter note, Netflix's The Mr. Peabody and Sherman Show, Season One, arrives on October 9. It's a late night comedy show that's supposed to be shot in front of a live studio audience. On October 1st, catch Batman Begins, the first of the Chris Nolan, Christian Bale trilogy. Can you believe that movie is ten years old? On that same day, the Bourne Supremacy streams on Netflix. The 2005 Academy Award winner for best motion picture, actor, supporting actor, and directing, Million Dollar Baby hits Netflix also on October first. TV fans Catch The Flash, season 1, October 6. If that's not enough comic book TV for you, Arrow, season 3 arrives on Netflix on October 7. American Horror Story: Freak Show arrives on Netflix October 6, while Jane the Virgin. season 1 shows up on October 12. Okay but what's leaving Netflix in October. Leaving October 1st, A Nightmare On Elm Street, The Exorcist, Analyze This, Analyze that. The Big Lebowski, Interview With The Vampire, Twilight and Twins. The lesson here, Netflix doesn't like horror, Robert DiNero, the dude, or vampires. October 9th say goodbye to Crank, lots of Sesame street titles leaving on October 15th including Sesame Street classics, volumes one and two. The on October 16th say bye bye to Bruno. Here's everything arriving on Netflix this October, and here's everything leaving Netflix. That does it for us. Remember you can subscribe to Netpicks on YouTube or iTunes. I'm Iyaz Zaktar and we'll see you later. I [BLEEP] up. The first [BLEEP] up take. Whenever you're ready