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Coming up on Netflix: October 2016

March 17th, 2017

Author: puretelecom

So… How good was the second season of Narcos? We’re going to go right ahead and say it: it was better than the first. Unfortunately, that means the wait until the next season (which Netflix has already confirmed will be going ahead) is going to be even more painful. But, thanks to good old Netflix and our super-fast broadband speeds, there’s plenty coming up in October to distract you from the wait – including a new movie from Moone Boy’s Chris O’Dowd.

 

The Ranch: Season 1 Part 2

Release date: Friday 7th October

The Ranch is back for part two of its first season following a fairly muted response to part one. We’re still unsure if we’re going to stick with this one, but we’re willing to give Part Deux a shot. After a failed attempt to run the family ranch, the boys are back and Colt finds himself stuck in the middle following Abby’s revelation about her future plans.

 

New movie: Mascots

Release date: Thursday 13th October

Irish favourite Chris O’Dowd is returning to our screens with this new Netflix Original comedy movie. Filmed in mockumentary format, it follows sports mascots competing for the Gold Fluffy Award in the World Mascot Association championships. Also starring are Jane Lynch (Glee), Fred Willard (Everybody Loves Raymond) and Jennifer Coolidge, aka Stiffler’s Mom.

 

 

New series: Haters Back Off

Release date: Friday 14th October

In case you didn’t know, YouTube celebrities are a thing now. They may not be your thing, but kudos to Netflix for experimenting with new concepts that so many others won’t. This is the first-ever scripted series created on the back of a YouTube celebrity and follows the story of Colleen Ballinger (known on YouTube as PsychoSoprano). In the name of originality, we’re going to give this one a whirl.

 

 

Black Mirror: Season 3

Release date: Friday 21st October

It’s the critically-acclaimed dark comedy that you’ve probably never heard of – and it’s now in its third season. Created by British satirist Charlie Brooker, the show focuses on a different story each episode, examining modern society and the consequences of technology. Trailers for the show are hard to come by, but based on the brilliance of Charlie Brooker, we’re going to take a punt and binge-watch the first two seasons before this one comes out.

 

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