New Releases on Netflix: October 26th, 2019

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The Last Whistle is new on Netflix

Happy Saturday and we’ve got just a few new additions today including a new sports drama, kids series and a couple of weekly episodes drop we should cover. 

Let’s take a look at what’s new on Netflix for October 26th, 2019:

The Last Whistle (2016)

Genre: Drama, Sport
Director: Rob Smat
Cast: Brad Leland, Jim O’Heir, Deanne Lauvin, Les Miles
Runtime: 87 min

Here’s what the movie The Last Whistle is about:

After a star player dies during football practice, his coach’s career and reputation are on the line as he refuses to quit his win-at-all-costs style.

Reviews for this one aren’t too great at the moment although there’s very few available.

A Little Thing Called First Love (Season 1)

Genre: Teen, Chinese
Cast: Lai Kuan-lin, Zhao Jinmai, Wang Runze, Chai Wei, Wang Bowen
Language: Mandarin

A Little Thing Called First Love or as it’s known in China “Chu lian na jian xiao shi” is a new Chinese series Netflix is going to be getting weekly episodes of from here on out.

The series is about a shy college student who embarks on a journey of self-discovery while falling in love with a classmate.

New episodes of this title will be releasing every Friday.

Today we also saw our weekly episode drop of the Korean series Vagabond.

Looking back on this day in Netflix history, we saw Chilling Adventures of Sabrina debut on this day last year. Two years ago we saw Ainori Love Wagon: Asian Journey join Netflix. Also on this day last year saw the tragic cancelation of American Vandal.

Full List of New Releases for October 26th

1 New Movies Added Today

  • The Last Whistle (2019)

2 New TV Series Added Today

  • A Little Thing Called First Love (Season 1 – New Episodes Weekly)
  • ChuChu TV Kids Songs, Learning Videos & Bedtime Stories (Collection 2)

Leaving Netflix tomorrow is the 2017 movie Arsenal and the TV series Reckless.

New Releases on Netflix: October 26th, 2019

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Covering Netflix since 2013, Kasey has been tracking the comings and goings of the Netflix library for close to a decade. Resides in the United Kingdom.