October’s Best Bets For Streaming

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“Beast,” R: Idris Elba plays a doctor on vacation in Africa trying to protect his daughters from a rogue lion. The title is generic, but the tension is gigantic in this swift-moving creature feature. (Peacock Premium)

“Confess, Fletch,” R: Jon Hamm takes over for Chevy Chase as the wisecracking would-be detective. This breezy, mellow mystery boasts a lot of big laughs. (Showtime, Oct. 28)

“Elvis,” PG-13: In a star-making turn, Austin Butler plays Elvis Presley — while Tom Hanks is his controlling manager — in this operatic, glitzy, and passionate biopic from Baz Luhrmann (“The Great Gatsby”). (HBO Max)



“Wendell & Wild,” PG-13 (Netflix, Oct. 28)

“Enola Holmes 2,” PG-13 (Netflix, Nov. 4)

“Weird: The Al Yankovic Story” PG-13 (The Roku Channel, Nov. 4)


“Werewolf by Night,” TV14 (Disney+, Oct. 7)

“Zootopia+,” TVPG (Disney+, Nov. 9)

“Tulsa King,” TVMA (Paramount+, Nov. 13)

Unless otherwise noted, films or programs are available with subscriptions to the listed streaming service. Dates subject to change.

Nick Rogers

Nick Rogers

Nick Rogers is Tipmont's Communication Manager. He joined Tipmont REMC in 2021. Nick has a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In a previous life, he covered arts & entertainment and continues to publish film reviews. He loves movies (big shocker!) as well as rooting for the Chicago Cubs and trying new restaurants. He lives in Lafayette with his wife and dogs.

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