What's streaming in October

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(CNN) -- October will be a busy month for TV and movie watchers wanting to catch all the new content coming to Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and HBO.

Here are some of the programs you can find streaming this month:

Stranger Things Season 2 comes to Netflix October 27
The Mist, based on the 1980 Stephen King horror novella of the same name, will come to Netflix this October
• Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill: Volume 1 will come to Hulu this month
I Love You, Man, starring Paul Rudd and Jason Segel, will come to Netflix this month
• Classic Matthew Broderick flick Ferris Bueller's Day Off will make its debut on Hulu
Donnie Darko, the psychological thriller starring Jake Gyllenhall, will take to Netflix
• The re-made Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, starring Johnny Depp, will make its Netflix debut
• Sandra Bullock's Miss Congeniality will take to Netflix this month
• Romantic comedy starring Ben Affleck Jersey Girl comes to Hulu in October
• Colleen Ballinger returns to play Miranda Sings in Haters Back Off Season 2 on Netflix
• Jon Favreau and Vince Vaughn star in Swingers, which heads to Hulu this month
• Tom Cruise returns as Jack Reacher in Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, coming to both Amazon Prime and Hulu
• Award-winning Arrival, starring Amy Adams as a linguistics professor recruited to interpret alien language, comes to both Amazon Prime and Hulu
• The movie based off the second novel in the best-selling series Fifty Shades Darker comes to HBO Now in October
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre II shows a cannibal family terrorizing a radio host when it premieres on Amazon Prime this month
• Cult classic comedy Clueless comes to both Amazon Prime and Hulu this month
• Cohen brothers classic Fargo, not to be confused with the FX television series, will come to both Amazon Prime and Hulu
• The much-anticipated return of Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 9 comes to HBO Now six years after its last season
Jackass: The Movie comes to HBO Now this month, based off its original MTV series
• Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight, starring Samuel L. Jackson and Channing Tatum, comes to HBO Now