Coming to Netflix This Weekend - Friday, October 29th
Previews and trailers of all the new releases coming to Netflix this weekend of Friday, October 29th
Some big releases coming to Netflix this weekend headlined by the limited series: 'Colin In Black and White' about former football star turned controversial activist Colin Kaepernick, and Zack Snyder's prequel to 'Army of the Dead' called 'Army of Thieves'.
Some people play the game. Others change it. From Colin Kaepernick and Ava DuVernay, follow the path of one ordinary high school kid who became extraordinary. Jaden Michael stars as young Colin Kaepernick in Colin in Black & White.
Burned out and taken for granted, a working mom suspects her partner is cheating, so to win back his attentions, she feigns a medical diagnosis.
Watch Aahana Kumra, Ayush Mehra, Rajat Kapoor and Soni Razdan traverse the messy jungle that is Bollywood.
When their relationship ends, Lina needs to stop thinking about Nico and their memories together to focus on herself. During the 10 episodes of the series she will be thinking a minute less about the past and will be a minute more in the present, giving it a new perspective to the expression “time heals all the wounds."
In this prequel to Zack Snyder's Army of the Dead, small-town bank teller Dieter gets drawn into the adventure of a lifetime when a mysterious woman recruits him to join a crew of Interpol’s most wanted criminals, attempting to heist a sequence of legendary, impossible-to-crack safes across Europe.
This animated children's series follows the adventures of Thomas, a cheerful blue tank engine who lives on the island of Sodor.
Set free on Earth, fairies with magical powers begin influencing people's emotions. Now, it's up to a princess from a faraway kingdom to stop them!
Years after a brutal assault, a horror author reunites with her mother and sister at the house where it occurred. Then the nightmare really begins.
Coached by former pro players, star athletes from various sports form an amateur soccer club with one goal: to win the national championship.