New on Amazon Prime Video in October 2021

I Know What You Did Last Summer series, Blumhouse films, and more streaming releases are headed to Amazon Prime Video in October.

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Spooky season is in full effect on Amazon Prime Video in October, with four new Blumhouse horror releases hitting the streaming service on Oct. 1 — Bingo Hell and Black as Night — and Oct. 8 — In the Manor and In Madres. Other films headed to Prime in October include the documentaries My Name Is Pauli Murray, about the civil rights activist, and Justin Bieber: Our World, about the singer mounting his first concert in three years.

In Halloween-appropriate TV news, the I Know What You Did Last Summer series launches with four episodes on Oct. 15 (and weekly episodes after that).

Keep reading to find out what else is new on Amazon Prime Video and sister streaming service IMDbTV in October, with some highlights noted at the top.

Description: Fifteen years before Rosa Parks refused to surrender her bus seat, a full decade before the U.S. Supreme Court overturned separate-but-equal legislation, Pauli Murray was already knee-deep fighting for social justice. A pioneering attorney, activist, priest and dedicated memoirist, Murray shaped landmark litigation—and consciousness—around race and gender equity. Told largely in Pauli’s own words, My Name Is Pauli Murray is a candid recounting of that unique and extraordinary journey.

Critics Consensus: My Name Is Pauli Murray educates and uplifts in equal measure while paying stirring tribute to a largely unsung — yet hugely important — individual.

Premiere Date: October 1, 2021

Description: From award-winning filmmaker Michael D. Ratner, Justin Bieber: Our World takes viewers backstage, onstage and into the private world of the global superstar as he delivers his first full concert in three years, set on a Beverly Hills rooftop on New Year’s Eve 2020.

Premiere Date: October 8, 2021

Description: Written and executive produced by Sara Goodman, I Know What You Did Last Summer is based on Lois Duncan’s 1973 novel, which was also the basis of the iconic 1997 film. One year after the fatal car accident that haunted their graduation night, a group of teenagers find themselves bound together by a dark secret and stalked by a brutal killer. As they try to piece together who’s after them, they reveal the dark side of their seemingly perfect town — and themselves. Everyone is hiding something, and uncovering the wrong secret could be deadly.

Premiere Date: October 15, 2021

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Available 10/1


Dear Christmas (2020)

Little Women (IMDbTV)
Lockout (IMDbTV)
Metro (IMDbTV)
Shooter (IMDbTV)
Wild (IMDbTV)
Wings (IMDbTV)


1 Channels sampling: the first season of these subscription-channel series are available to Prime members this month.

All or Nothing: Toronto Maple Leafs – Amazon Original Series: Season 1*
Do, Re & Mi: Halloween Harmony – Amazon Original Special*

American Masters: Raul Julia: The World’s a Stage (PBS Living)1
Bad Hombres (Showtime)1
Beau Sejour: Season 1 (Topic)1
Cities of the Underworld: Season 1 (HISTORY Vault)1
Killer Kids: Season 1 (A&E Crime Central)1
Latino Americans: Season 1 (PBS Documentaries)1
NOVA: The Planets: Season 1 (PBS Documentaries)1
Pompon Little Bear: Season 1 (Kidstream)1
Roadkill Garage: Season 1 (MotorTrend)1
Side by Side with Malika & Khadijah: Season 1 (UP Faith & Family)1
The Hunter (il Cacciatore): Season 1 (PBS Masterpiece)1
The Undertaker: Season 1 (MHz Choice)1
When Hope Calls: Season 1 (Hallmark Movies Now)1

Available 10/3

Available 10/8

Jessey and Nessy – Amazon Original Series: New Episodes*
Pan y Circo – Amazon Original Series: New Special Episodes*

Available 10/14

Available 10/15

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie – Amazon Original Series: New Episodes*

Available 10/16

Available 10/20

The Walk (IMDbTV)

Available 10/23

Available 10/29

Maradona: Blessed Dream – Amazon Original Series: Season 1*

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