9 Geeky Movies and TV Shows Coming to Netflix in October 2016
The Flash season 2 - October 4
After its universally acclaimed first season, The Flash had impossible standards to live up to. And while it occasionally suffered from the curse of the sophomore slump, it mostly knocked it out of the park, finishing off with a stunner of an ending that will change the entire Flarrowverse as we know it.
Black Mirror season 3 (Part 1) - October 21
Black Mirror is finally coming back for a third season, and it already looks amazing. The behind-the-scenes talent includes Atonement director Joe Wright, as well as 10 Cloverfield Lane helmer Dan Trachtenberg, while the stars include Gugu Mbatha-Raw (Star Wars: Episode VIII), Mackenzie Davis (The Martian), Bryce Dallas Howard (Jurassic World), and Alice Eve (Star Trek: Into Darkness).
Arrow season 4 - October 5
Let's face it: Arrow was pretty disappointing this season (and the season before that). But if you're a diehard DC fan, diehard Olicity fan, or you have hope that it will get better in season five and want to be caught up, then it's time to hold your nose and binge.
DC's Legends of Tomorrow season 1 - October 13
Legends of Tomorrow is a bit uneven, but worth watching for the charming cast and Flarrowverse crossovers/Easter eggs. Plus, you won't want to miss any part of that huge Supergirl/Flash/Arrow/LOT crossover this winter.
iZombie season 2 - October 6
iZombie is The CW's secret weapon, and way more people should be watching it. Lighthearted, funny, slightly campy, and featuring a standout performance from a spunky female lead, this is the best successor to Buffy since Veronica Mars.
Supernatural season 11 - October 7
No one does family angst like Supernatural, in case we haven't noticed from the last decade (that's right, A DECADE) of seasons.
Dark Matter season 2 - October 16
Syfy's original content has been on the uptick, and Dark Matter is no exception. If you're looking for a fun sci-fi adventure with strong female characters, Dark Matter should be your next binge-watch.
Robotech - October 1
Before Transformers, there was Robotech, and now the beloved sci-fi/toy franchise is getting live-action reboot. Now, we can all watch the original movie just in time for James Wan's take on the franchise to start shooting.
Millennium - October 1
I mean, you could watch this, but it has an 11% on Rotten Tomatoes. Just read the book.