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What’s New On Netflix This Week: A Vampire Movie, A New Goop Series, & More

There’s something for everyone hitting the streaming service.

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WARSAW FILM FESTIVAL

Meeting Point (Kimya)

After premiering at the 2021 Warsaw Film Festival, Meeting Point arrives on Netflix. The Turkish film follows two very different people who meet by chance one night and form an unlikely bond.

Coming Oct. 18

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Theo Von: Regular People

In his brand new stand-up special, the comedian and podcaster reflects on his favorite childhood moments, his lazy adult life, and everything in-between.

Coming Oct. 19

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Stuck Together

This series follows several Parisian families, all stuck in the same apartment complex during the pandemic. Inevitably, shenanigans ensue.

Coming Oct. 20

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Night Teeth

Jorge Lendeborg Jr. stars as Benny, a college student moonlighting as a chauffeur to earn extra cash. One night, he picks up two women who can’t wait to sink their teeth into him — literally.

Coming Oct. 20

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Found

STEP director Amanda Lipitz’s new documentary follows three teenage girls, all of whom were adopted at birth, as they travel to China to discover their lost family histories.

Coming Oct. 20

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Life’s a Glitch with Julien Bam

YouTuber Julien Bam stars in this four-episode series about accidentally waking up in a parallel universe.

Coming Oct. 21

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Sex, Love, & Goop

Gwyneth Paltrow, the mastermind behind the wellness brand Goop, helps couples with the lulls in their relationships. (Note: no vagina candles were harmed in the making of this series.)

Coming Oct. 21

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Cowboy Bebop (Season 1)

Those excited for Netflix’s live-action reboot of Cowboy Bebop (premiering on Nov. 19) can tide themselves over with the original anime series.

Coming Oct. 21

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Flip a Coin

This documentary film follows the Japanese rock band ONE OK ROCK as they prepare for their first livestream concert.

Coming Oct. 21

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Inside Job

This new animated comedy satirizes the government’s seedy underbelly, asking the question on conspiracy theorists’ minds: What exactly are they hiding?

Coming Oct. 22