Netflix and Chills Line-Up Revealed As We Creep Into Halloween Soon!

The month of September has some amazing releases on the various digital platform. To make October also more intriguing, Netflix has revealed its Netflix and Chills list for both months. In this list, they’ve told the viewers about the creepy and horror releases to enjoy to get the pre-Halloween and Halloween feel in October.

From shows to movies, the Netflix and Chills lineup has everything. Not everything has a ghost in it, but the characters who feature in these stories are no less evil. So take a look at the spooky list.

Netflix and Chills list for September and October 2021:

September 8: Into the Night Season 2

September 10: Lucifer Final Season, Prey

September 15: Nightbooks

September 17: Squid Game

September 22: Intrusion

September 24: Midnight Mass

September 29: The Chestnut Man, No One Gets Out Alive

October 1: Scaredy Cats

October 5: Escape the Undertaker

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October 6: There’s Someone Inside Your House

October 8: A Tale Dark & Grimm

October 13: Fever Dream

October 15: Sharkdog’s Fintastic Halloween, You Season 3

October 20: Night Teeth

October 27: Hypnotic

Other October releases: Locke & Key Season 2, Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight Part 2

Apart from the Netflix and Chills lineup mentioned above, the streaming platform already has many terrific horror movies and shows available.

Netflix and Chills line-up revealed
Netflix and Chills line-up

Which series/movie from the list above are you excited to watch? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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