EVERYTHING NEW COMING TO NETFLIX THIS WEEK, AND EVERYTHING LEAVING (WEEK OF OCT. 14)

There's really no such thing as a slow week at Netflix, which has probably become increasingly clear as we've begun sharing these weekly lists of arrivals and departures. The middle of October is no different, as sixteen Netflix originals -- from films to series to comedy specials -- are all dropping on the service this week. Two of the biggest highlights are the massively popular returning shows Daredevil and Making a Murderer. Daredevil kick...

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