Netflix has updated its roster of TV shows and movies to stream.
Here are the highlights:
'Big Eyes' (Oct. 25)
Margaret's (Amy Adams) husband Walter (Christopher Waltz) has been taking the credit for her famous wide-eyed portraits -- but a nasty divorce will reveal the harsh truth behind the popular artwork. From director Tim Burton. Begins streaming Oct. 25. (Credit: TNS / Leah Gallo)
'Kung Fu Panda 3' (Oct. 26)
In the third series of the popular animated film, Po's challenge is to transition from the role of student to teacher. It's up to him to train a group of clumsy pandas into martial-arts fighters like himself. Begins streaming Oct. 26. (Credit: DreamWorks Animation)
'Chewing Gum' (Season 1) (Oct. 31)
Beyoncé-obsessed 24-year-old Tracey Gordon has spent her life living with her strictly religious mother. She decides to branch out in her adult-life by doing all of the things she was never allowed to do. The first season of "Chewing Gum" begins streaming on Netflix on Oct. 31. (Credit: Netflix)
'Glitch' (Season 1)
All sorts of spooky things are in store for a police officer and a doctor when they encounter six local residents who returned from the dead in peak physical condition. (Credit: Netflix)
'Haters Back Off' (Season 1)
This new Netflix Original series centers around Miranda Sings -- the viral YouTube character created by Colleen Ballinger -- and her confident, strange and comically untalented life. (Credit: Netflix / Carol Segal)
'The Flash' (Seasons 1-2)
When we left off on the first season of "The Flash," Barry Allen, a forensic scientist and the fastest man alive, finally defeated his arch-nemesis, Eobard Thawne. But, his work isn't over. In the second season, he tries to save his city from an impending dark matter storm. Will he be able to do it in time? (Credit: The CW / Cate Cameron)
'American Horror Story: Hotel' (Season 5)
The fifth season of "American Horror Story" (starring Lady Gaga) focuses on a haunted 90-year-old hotel that's filled with a strange mix of guests that you probably wouldn't want to room next to. (Credit: Suzanne Tenner)
'Supernatural' (Season 1-11)
In season 10, the Winchesters were in for a wild ride when Dean was turned into a monster and brother Sam had to figure out a way to help him. The ride continues into season 11 when the brothers will have to fight off new enemies. (Credit: The CW / Michael Courtney)
'The Vampire Diaries' (Seasons 1-7)
The seventh season includes more thrills and some romance, and is that widely talked about season where we say goodbye to Elena Gilbert (Nina Dobrev) and Stefan and Caroline's love story unfolds. Jam-packed with special guests like Tim Kang, Elizabeth Blackmore and Scarlett Byrne. (Credit: The CW Network)
'The Originals' (Seasons 1-3)
"The Vampire Diaries" spinoff fills its third season with twists and turns including Klaus' new baby daughter, learning how to adjust to life with a long-lost sister and the introduction of a new vampire character. (Credit: The CW)
'DC's Legends of Tomorrow'
Beloved characters from "The Flash" and "Arrow" meet new heroes from the DC universe in season 1 of the superhero spinoff. With impending catastrophe threatening the planet, will they be able to stop the danger? (Credit: The CW / Jeff Weddell)
'The Blacklist' (Seasons 1-3)
FBI profiler Liz (Megan Boone) is on the run after murdering an attorney. Now she must learn to protect herself, her relationship and her work with Red (James Spader, pictured). (Credit: NBC / Sandro)
'Portlandia' (Seasons 1-6)
Season 6 continues to make fun of Portland, Ore., because comedy sketches involving a laid-back town never get old. (Credit: IFC / Augusta Quirk)
'Dazed and Confused'
A crazy high school party complete with kegs, bullies and seniors hazing the freshman -- "Dazed and Confused" is sure to trigger the nostalgia. (Credit: Paramount Pictures/Annapurna Pictures / Van Redin)
'How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days'
Want to know what not to do in a relationship? Watch "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days." (Credit: BPI / Michael Gibson)
'Breakfast at Tiffany's'
A beautiful and charming woman (Audrey Hepburn) is living the life in NYC -- what could she really be missing? The perfect man. (Credit: Paramount Pictures)
Nothing is as it seems in this horror flick about a ghost seeking revenge on her newly engaged husband. (Credit: MCT / Kimberley French)
'Arrow' (Seasons 1-4) (Oct. 5)
Oliver Queen, aka Arrow, has finally defeated his biggest enemy and scored his longtime love interest, so he's decided to leave Starling City to start a new life. It's up to his friends and sister to continue the dangerous crusade he has started. Season 4 begins streaming Oct. 5. (Credit: The CW / Bettina Strauss)
'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' (Oct. 1)
Step one: Call in sick. Step two: "Borrow" a Ferrari. Step three: Don't get caught. That's Ferris Bueller's (Matthew Broderick) plan for a rebellious day off from high school in the classic John Hughes film. Begins streaming on Oct. 1. (Credit: Paramount Pictures)
'Titanic' (Oct. 1)
James Cameron's depiction of the 1912 sinking of the Titanic mixes action with romance as Rose (Kate Winslet) and Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) offer up a love story that makes you wonder if your heart will, indeed, go on. Begins streaming Oct. 1. (Credit: AFP)
'Marvel’s Luke Cage'
Luke isn't looking to fight, but he'll do what needs to be done to keep the neighborhood safe. (Credit: Netflix / Myles Aronowitz)
Is she innocent or guilty? This new Netflix documentary about the famous Amanda Knox case leaves it up to you to decide. (Credit: Netflix)
An otter has gone missing in "Zootopia" and it's up to a rabbit police officer and a talkative fox to set out on an adventure to crack the case. (Credit: Walt Disney Pictures)
'Bones' (Seasons 1-11)
The second-to-last season focuses on a mysterious serial killer who turns those he murders into puppets. The show's 11th season reveals who it is, and plot twists ensue. (Credit: FOX / Patrick McElhenney)
'Gotham' (Seasons 1-2)
Det. Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) and Det. Harvey Bullock (Donal Logue) must continue their fight for Gotham as more and more villains plot evil schemes against the doomed city. (Credit: FOX / Nicole Rivelli)
'The Walking Dead' (Seasons 1-6)
No one is safe in Alexandria. Rick Grimes' (Andrew Lincoln) group must fight to survive and keep their humanity in a world that has grown chaotic and inhumane in the show's sixth season. (Credit: AMC / Gene Page)
'The Finest Hours'
The Coast Guard is tasked with rescuing a war ship that was torn apart during a horrendous storm in this drama set in the '50s. (Credit: Disney / Claire Folger)
What does one do after finding out on national television that their husband has been cheating? Start a fling with Harry Connick Jr. (Credit: BPI Digital / Christine Loss)
'Longmire' (Seasons 1-5)
An investigative crime drama that mixes mystery and romance -- what more could you want from a Netflix series? The fifth season of "Longmire" picks up where the previous season's finale left us: Walt Longmire and Dr. Donna were just shot by an unknown suspect. (Credit: Netflix / John Golden)
Relationships are messy. This Netflix original follows the sexual encounters between its characters, who are each facing obstacles at different stages of their lives. The show stars well-known actors including Orlando Bloom and Emily Ratajkowski. (Credit: Netflix)
'Blue Is the Warmest Color'
In typical teenage fashion, 15-year-old Adèle (Adèle Exarchopoulos) just can't wait for her first romantic encounter. That new relationship turns out to be with an older, female student (with blue hair), who shows Adèle how to rock a new assertive confidence. (Credit: Sundance Selects)
'Zack and Miri Make a Porno'
What do two roommates do when they're struggling to pay rent? Agree to pool their money together and make an adult film, of course. It's all fun for Zack (Seth Rogen) and Miri (Elizabeth Banks) until actual feelings are added to the mix. (Credit: The Weinstein Company)
Don't have a fireplace in your apartment? You don't even need one to enjoy the relaxing crackle one brings to the holiday season. The only thing the "Yule Log" is missing is the warmth. (Credit: WPIX)
'The White Helmets'
This Netflix original will tug at the heartstrings -- and it's not even a romance flick or drama. It's a documentary that follows three brave rescue workers in Syria who risk everything to save innocent war victims. Bring the tissues. (Credit: Netflix / Amelia Franklin)
This Steven Spielberg-directed classic features Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw and Richard Dreyfuss as they seek to destroy a great white shark who begins terrorizing Amity Island. (Credit: Universal)
'Shameless' (Seasons 1-6)
"Shameless," a drama based on a British series, follows the siblings of the dysfunctional Gallagher family. In its sixth season, Carl is released from juvenile detention, Debbie deals with being a teen mom and Frank struggles with his parental roles. (Credit: Showtime / Chuck Hodes)
In this classic military action film from 1986, Tom Cruise plays Lt. Pete "Maverick" Mitchell, who has a hard time finding a balance between his own life and a love affair, all while competing at the Navy's fighter-weapons school. (Credit: Paramount Pictures)
Sisters Sally (Sandra Bullock) and Gillian Owens (Nicole Kidman) are witches who find that unusual curses complicate their romantic relationships in this 1998 film. (Credit: Warner Bros. / Suzanne Tenner)
'Saving Private Ryan'
This 1998 film is set during the Invasion of Normandy in World War II and stars Tom Hanks, Matt Damon, Vin Diesel and more. In the film, eight U.S. Army rangers invade a German territory to bring home a solder whose brothers were killed in the war. (Credit: DreamWorks Pictures / Paramount Pictures / David James)
In the 1984 musical drama "Footloose," Kevin Bacon plays a teenager who moves to a small town where dancing and rock music are banned. (Credit: Paramount Pictures)
'Narcos' (Season 1-2)
This Netflix original series centers around the true story of Colombia's drug cartels. The show is set and filmed in Colombia and follows Pablo Escobar, who became a billionaire through production and distribution of cocaine. (Credit: Netflix / Juan Pablo Gutierrez)
'Final Destination 3'
This horror film picks up six years after a group of high school students faced major consequences from cheating death in the original "Final Destination." In the third film of the series, a new group of teens find themselves struggling to escape fate (and death). (Credit: New Line / Shane Harvey)
In this 1980s thriller, Debra Winger stars as a Justice Department investigator who gets into trouble after befriending another woman (Theresa Russell, left) -- a drifter she suspects marries wealthy men only to murder them for their money. (Credit: Twentieth Century Fox / Greg Gorman)
Johnny Depp and Christina Ricci co-star in the romantic horror film "Sleepy Hollow," an adaptation of the iconic Washington Irving story. In this 1999 version, Ichabod (Depp) plays a New York City detective who investigates a series of murders in the town of Sleepy Hollow. (Credit: Paramount Pictures)
'The Wedding Planner'
A classic romantic comedy, this romp follows Jennifer Lopez and Matthew McConaughey as they, you guessed it, fall for each other. This is way, way before the "McConaissance," in case you were wondering. (Credit: BPI / Ron Batzdorff)
'The Fast and the Furious'
Vin Diesel and Paul Walker star in this film about rival Los Angeles street clubs that race cars. This was the first in an eight-film franchise that made stars of both Diesel and Walker, who posthumously starred in "Furious 7." (Credit: Universal Studios)
'An Inconvenient Truth'
Al Gore's documentary about global warming is as prescient today as it was when it was released in 2006. (Credit: Paramount Classics / Eric Lee)
"St. Vincent" (filmed in Bay Ridge and other parts of Brooklyn) is an off-beat comedy that gave Bill Murray room to stretch his comedic muscles in some other directions. Murray plays an alcoholic with a smoking and gambling habit who finds himself involved in the lives of some unlikely people. Starts Aug. 10, 2016. (Credit: Atsushi Nishijima )
"No Country For Old Men"
Directed by the Coen Brothers "No Country for Old Men" is a dark Western film based on a Cormac McCarthy novel. The film is a thrilling cat-and-mouse chase set in 1980 west Texas. Starring Josh Brolin, Tommy Lee Jones, Javier Bardem. (Credit: Miramax Films / Richard Foreman)
'The Get Down'
This Netflix original series created by Baz Luhrmann is about a group of teens making music and falling in the love in the Bronx in the 1970s. The cast includes Giancarlo Esposito and Jaden Smith. Starts Aug. 12, 2016. (Credit: Netflix / Myles Aronowitz)