Welcome to your daily look at what’s new on Netflix and today, Netflix has four new releases for subscribers in the United States. Below, we’ll take a look at them in more depth and hopefully, you’ll find something new to watch on Netflix.
Don’t forget today is the last chance to watch The Carrie Diaries from The CW and A Question of Faith also leaves Netflix tomorrow.
Daybreak (Season 1) Netflix Original
Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Mystery
Cast: Matthew Broderick, Austin Crute, Colin Ford, Jeanté Godlock
Runtime: 60 min
Looking for a zombie series fused with the likes of Riverdale or The Society? Then you’ve got it with Daybreak. The series sees how teenagers deal with life in the apocalypse with a Mad Max-esque style color palette.
Personally, the future of this series looks bleak. Netflix typically releases its B-tier content on Thursday and given the fact this series is rated TV-MA despite having a genre of TV-MA it seems like it’s struggling with identity.
Echo in the Canyon (2018)
Genre: Documentary, Music
Director: Andrew Slater
Cast: Lou Adler, Fiona Apple, The Beach Boys, Beck
Runtime: 82 min
Without a doubt, our highlight of the day is Echo in the Canyon. The list of special guests that feature in this documentary alone is worth the price of admission.
The musical doc takes us to Los Angeles where we look at the historic grassroots movement that took place in L.A’s Laurel Canyon.
It scored well with critics when it released last September and now is your chance to catch it on Netflix.
Full List of New Releases on Netflix for October 24th
2 New Movies Added Today
- Echo in the Canyon (2018)
- Revenge of the Pontianak (2019)
2 New TV Series Added Today
- Booba (Season 3)
- Daybreak (Season 1) Netflix Original
See an expanded list of new releases on Netflix on our what’s new on Netflix hub.
Rewinding the clock, Netflix only has one previous release on October 24th with that being the release of the documentary E-Team.
Here's what it's about:
"The courageous investigators of Human Rights Watch's Emergencies Team risk their lives to document unlawful attacks on civilians by brutal dictators." https://t.co/7Bq9WJ5BTr
— What's on Netflix (@whatonnetflix) October 24, 2019