RELEASES THAT MAKE US WISH IT WOULD BE OCTOBER ALREADY

There are less than 100 days of 2020 left but we still have tons of great releases heading our way. Now, we know it won’t be your regular October of Halloween parties or going to sports games, but we’ve pulled out some releases that we think will keep you equally entertained.

 

If you’re into a bit of true crime (and let’s face it, who isn’t?), then catch the second series of much-hyped Unsolved Mysteries, returning to Netflix on 19th October. Netflix will be also be premiering new series, Emily in Paris. The comedy drama follows Emily, played by the amazing Lily Collins, leaving Chicago for her dream job in Paris – juggling the new job, friends and romance – and entertaining us along the way no doubt.

As the sporting world continues to adapt through these unusual times, we’re happy to see that some of our favourite events will still be going ahead, even if later than originally planned… The London Marathon will be going ahead virtually on 6th October, while Gareth Southgate’s England team restarts its quest in the UEFA Nations league with a match against Denmark on the 14th.

 

If you want to get stuck into a good book, then try A Golden Fury (13th) by Samantha Cohoe. Described as a tale all about ambition, obsession and sacrifice, it should be a real page turner. Another option that would transport you to a magical world is Among the Beasts & Briars, by Ashley Posten, due for release 20th October.

“But what will we be sound tracking October with?”, I hear you ask. Well, October is treating us with projects from top artists from a range of genres. Charismatic west coast rapper YG is set to release his fifth studio album, My Life 4Hunnid, on 2nd October.  Meanwhile, iconic group Gorillaz will be dropping their latest project, Song Machine, Season One: Strange Timez, later in the month (October 23rd).

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