October is fast approaching, which means we have a slew of new Netflix shows to look forward to! From highly-anticipated rom-coms to gothic horror series, here are seven shows dropping on the streaming platform next month:
1. Emily In Paris (October 2)
Lily Collins stars as Emily, a twentysomething American who makes the big move to Paris for a social media marketing job. She gets caught up in many misadventures—from co-workers who are less than impressed with her "American ways" to super-hot Parisian men who are more complicated than they seem to be.
2. Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol (October 7)
Previously slated for release in August, Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol is finally making its Netflix premiere. The rom-com stars Go Ara as Gu Ra Ra, a cheery and lovable pianist who suddenly hits rock bottom. She then crosses paths with the carefree and mysterious freelancer, Sun Woo Jun (Lee Jae Wook).
3. Private Lives (October 7)
A group of con artists tries to uncover a huge secret about Korea's data privacy. The thrilling drama stars Go Kyung Pyo as Lee Jung Hwang, a seemingly normal employee at a major corporation who actually has secrets of his own.
4. The Haunting Of Bly Manor (October 9)
The Haunting Of Hill House fans, this ~creeper~ is for you. The Haunting Of Bly Manor is the next chapter in The Haunting anthology series. Set in 1980s England, residents of Bly Manor hire an American nanny after the tragic death of the family's au pair. Dark secrets are then slowly revealed about the family and the manor.
5. When My Love Blooms (October 15)
When My Love Blooms starts out as a college romance between Han Jae Hyun (Jinyoung) and Yoon Ji Soo (Jeon So Nee) and is set in the 1990s. They eventually part ways but reunite decades later in present-day Seoul. Will their love ~reignite~ now that they're in their 40s, or will their past issues continue to linger on?
6. The Queen's Gambit (October 23)
Orphaned at a young age in 1950s Kentucky, Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy) discovers her talent for chess but early on develops an addiction to narcotics. She then grows up struggling with her traumatic past and her obsessive tendencies while trying to make it big in the male-dominated world of competitive chess.
7. Start-Up (October 17)
Set in South Korea's fictional version of Silicon Valley, called Sandbox, Start-Up tells the story of "young entrepreneurs aspiring to launch virtual dreams into reality." The drama stars Suzy as the hardworking and determined Seo Da Mi, and Nam Joo Hyuk as Nam Do San, a math genius who reaches early success.
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