As always, Netflix is getting ready to welcome a healthy dose of new originals this month. Not only is it going to be home to a Meryl Streep film, but it’s also going to premiere a limited series starring not one, but two Paul Rudds with Living with Yourself.
Of course, there is a price to pay for so much joy, and that’s all the movies and TV leaving Netflix in October. Among the particularly heart-breaking titles leaving the streaming site are Frances Ha, Julie & Julia, and the iconic Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (1 and 2).
To prepare yourself for the inevitable changes coming, here are 15 titles coming to Netflix in October that you should look forward to.
One Direction: This Is Us’
One Direction is back sort of. The boy band’s 2013 documentary, One Direction: This Is Us, will make it feel like they’ve returned, if only for a few hours on your Netflix night in. What better way to enjoy fall than to spend it remembering the glory days of Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson, Harry Styles, Zayn Malik, and Liam Payne.
Take a beat and reconnect with your 2000s icons, Natalie (Cameron Diaz), Dylan (Drew Barrymore), and Alex (Lucy Liu). Charlie’s Angels will be available to stream on Netflix starting Oct. 1, as will the sequel, Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle. It’s the perfect way to catch up before the new big-screen reboot, also named Charlie’s Angels, hits theatres on Nov. 15.
‘El Camino: The Breaking Bad Movie’
The story of Breaking Bad will continue with an original movie, El Camino. Unfortunately for fans, based on the trailer, it seems like the movie will pick up after the events of the series, which means Walter White probably won’t be making an appearance. Instead, the film will follow Jesse (Aaron Paul) as he embarks on the next chapter of his life.
As if the high school couldn’t get any worse for some, now it’s also the apocalypse. In Daybreak, teens in Glendale, California, are thrust into a post-apocalyptic world after a nuclear blast hits on Homecoming night.