Literally every new movie and TV show coming to Netflix Australia in October 2019.

October is a mere four days away, and with it comes warmer weather, and a new roster of killer Netflix titles.

From the highly anticipated Breaking Bad comeback, to an addictive science-fiction, superhero series, there’s a film and TV show to suit every kind of Netflix fan.

We debrief on their top four releases you must immediately add to your ‘to watch’ list, plus list all the other titles set to hit the streaming platform this month.

Happy bingeing!

Raising Dion

Release date: October 4, 2019.

Nicole (Alisha Wainwright) is not your normal single mum. After the death of her husband, Mark (Michael B. Jordan), Nicole must protect her son, Dion (Ja’Siah Young) from ‘government forces’, who are out to exploit him for his superhero abilities.

They’re joined by Mark’s best friend Pat (Jason Ritter), and together they attempt to discover the origin of Dion’s abilities, while evading those who want to do him harm.

The 10-part series is based of a 2015 comic book and short film of the same name.

Netflix October 2019 Raising Dion
Image: Netflix.

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie

Release date: October 11, 2019. 

Breaking Bad fans, this is the moment you've all been waiting for. Over six years from when the original series ended, Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) is back. Fresh from his escape from the Aryan Brotherhood, Jesse must evade both law enforcement and his old enemies, in order to craft a new life for himself.


Watch the trailer for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie below. Post continues.

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Living with Yourself

Release date: October 18, 2019.

Paul Rudd is starring opposite, well... himself in this comedy about a medical treatment gone wrong. Rudd plays the character of Miles, a miserable man who is struggling with his career and love life, and decides to undergo a treatment at the suspicious The Happy Spa, which promises to make him the best version of himself. Instead he wakes up from the treatment as the exact same person, and is confronted with a clone, who is indeed the more 'superior Miles'. Existential chaos ensues.

The eight-part series watches a little like a comedic Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde mixed with pangs of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, and was created and written by Emmy Award winner Timothy Greenberg (The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and The Detour).

Netflix October 2019 Living With Yourself
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Release date: October 24, 2019.

If you loved Netflix's The Society, then you'll want to binge Daybreak as soon as it hits Netflix on October 24. In the wake of a nuclear blast on the night of their Homecoming dance, various high school cliques have banded together as they attempt to survive in this new post-apocalyptic world. From jocks, to gamers, and every other clique in between, are left to their own devices, competing against themselves for dominance.

Netflix describes the series as "part samurai saga, part endearing coming-of-age story, and part Battle Royale," and we are very intrigued.

Netflix October 2019 Daybreak
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Here's the full list of all the movies, TV shows and documentaries coming to Netflix in October, 2019.

October 1

Nikki Glaser: Bangin'

October 2

Living Undocumented

October 4

Peaky Blinders: Season 5

Raising Dion


Big Mouth: Season 3


In the Tall Grass

October 7

Pitch Perfect 3

October 8

Deon Cole: Cole Hearted

October 9

Rhythm + Flow

October 10

Riverdale: Season 4

October 11

Insatiable: Season 2



The Forest of Love

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie

October 13

Da Kath & Kim Code

Kath & Kimderella

October 16

Ghosts of Sugar Land

October 17

The Big Bang Theory: Season 11

October 18

Baby: Season 2


Living with Yourself

The Laundromat

Tell Me Who I Am

October 22

Jenny Slate: Stage Fright

October 23

Breastfast, Lunch & Dinner

October 24


October 25


The Kominsky Method: Season 2

Prank Encounters


Dolemite is My Name

October 29

Arsenio Hall: Smart & Classy

What Netflix shows are you most looking forward to in October? Tell us in a comment below.