A mountain of worthwhile content is coming to Paramount+ this October, from Paramount+ original series to classic movies and TV shows including the first four “Scream” films and a brand new season of “Inside Amy Schumer.” Plus, there’s, so if you haven’t subscribed yet, now is your chance to score a deal. Keep reading to check out everything landing on the streaming platform in October 2022.
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Paramount+ has two subscriber tiers available — the $5 per month “Essential Plan,” a budget-minded tier with ads, and the $10 per month “Premium Plan,” which costs more but is ad-free.
Paramount+ also offers a one-week free-trial period, so if you were thinking of trying the platform, you can watch all these new September titles and more, risk-free.
Best Halloween movies on Paramount Plus
The first four “Scream” movies, a new live-action “Monster High” andare all available to watch this season on Paramount+.
This beloved slasher series follows Sidney Prescott as she faces off, sequel after sequel, against the bloodthirsty maniac Ghostface. The frightening franchise stars Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette. The first four “Scream” films are now available to watch on Paramount+.
Despite their differences in popularity, Jennifer and Needy are best friends. That is, until Jennifer becomes possessed by an evil, murderous force. Now, Needy is the only thing standing between her bloodthirsty BFF and the entirety of their high school’s male population. Megan Fox and Amanda Seyfried star in this cult classic horror film, now available to stream on Paramount+.
‘Monster High: The Movie’
Inspired by the, this live-action musical movie follows Clawdeen Wolf, a half-human, half-werewolf teen who struggles to keep her true identity a secret while attending Monster High. Miia Harris, Ceci Balagot, Nayah Damasen, Case Walker and Kyle Selig star in this family-friendly film, “Monster High: The Movie.”
Here are our top picks for what else is new on Paramount Plus in October 2022
New episodes of “Star Trek: Prodigy,” a new season of “Inside Amy Schumer” and more great shows and movies arriving this month.
‘Inside Amy Schumer’ (Oct. 20)
After a six-year hiatus, Amy Schumer’s Emmy-winning series is back for a brand new season of sketch comedy. “Inside Amy Schumer” Season 5 will consist of just five episodes, two of which will premiere Oct. 20, exclusively on Paramount+.
‘Star Trek: Prodigy’ (Oct. 27)
“Star Trek: Prodigy” follows young aliens who, upon discovering an abandoned Starfleet vessel, head out to explore the universe and search for adventure. The U.S.S. Protostar’s alien crew returns for new episodes on Oct. 27, 2022.
Tattoo artists from across the country compete in technical and creative challenges for a $250,000 cash prize and an editorial feature in Inked Magazine. This season, competitors from years past return to the show to compete for the title of “Ink Master.”
This unique reality competition series is back with new episodes this fall, exclusively on Paramount+.
Here’s what else is coming to Paramount Plus this October:
I Know What You Did Last Summer
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
Monster High: 13 Wishes
Monster High: Best of the Ghouls – Volume 1
Monster High: Best of the Ghouls – Volume 2
Monster High: Boo York, Boo York
Monster High: Escape From Skull Shores
Monster High: Freaky Fusion
Monster High: Friday Night Frights
Monster High: Fright On!
Monster High: Frights, Camera, Action!
Monster High: Ghouls Rule
Monster High: Great Scarrier Reef
Monster High: Haunted
Monster High: New Ghoul at School
Monster High: Scaremester Collection
Monster High: Scaris City of Frights
Monster High: Welcome to Monster High
Monster High: Why Do Ghouls Fall in Love
Tales From the Darkside: The Movie
The Addams Family
The Devil Inside
The Last Exorcism Part II
The Woman in Black
V for Vengeance
East New York, series premiere
The Equalizer, season-three premiere
The Daily Show With Trevor Noah, season-28 premiere
7 Days to Vegas
A Christmas Solo
A.I. Artificial Intelligence
Ace the Case: Manhattan Mystery
Amy and Peter Are Getting Divorced
Bridge and Tunnel
Catch Me If You Can
Christmas Crime Story (aka Christmas Eve)
Colors of Heaven
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star
Desperately Seeking Susan
End of Sentence
Enemy at the Gates
Fiddler’s Journey to the Big Screen
Fire in The Sky
Fist of Fury
Going to Brazil
Gunfight at the O.K. Corral
Hearts and Bones
Hit By Lightning
Hustle & Flow
Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Love Dot Com: The Social Experiment
Mags and Julie Go on a Road Trip
Murder Bury Win
My True Fairytale
Shuttlecock: Director’s Cut
Something’s Gotta Give
The Divorce Party
The Harimaya Bridge
The Manchurian Candidate
The Monster Squad
The Purple Rose of Cairo
The Woman in Red
Two for Joy
Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning
Universal Soldier: The Return
Vincent and Theo
What’s Love Got to Do With It
Without a Paddle: Nature’s Calling
You’re in Charge
Are You Afraid of the Dark (2019), season two
Blue’s Clues & You!, season two, ten episodes
The Real Love Boat, series premiere
Monster High: The Movie, premiere
Significant Other, premiere
Blue Bloods, season-13 premiere
Fire Country, series premiere
S.W.A.T., season-six premiere
NCIS: Los Angeles, season-14 premiere
Never Seen Again, season-three premiere
Where the Scary Things Are
Beavis and Butt-Head Classic, seasons five and seven
YO! MTV Maps, premiere
Drunk History, seasons one through six
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012), season two
PAW Patrol: Mighty Pups
Inside Amy Schumer, season-five premiere
16 and Pregnant, season six
Star Trek: Prodigy
More shows and movies to stream this week
Still searching for the right show or movie to stream this weekend? Be sure to check out our guides on, and all . Plus, we’ve got , recommendations for and a round-up of .
What else is on Paramount Plus
Along with everything listed above, check out these binge-worthy titles on Paramount+.
‘The Good Fight’
The first scripted original series for CBS All Access — now known as Paramount+ — is coming to a close after six seasons. A spinoff and standalone sequel to “The Good Wife,” the dramedy follows a prominent lawyer (played by Christine Baranski) struggling to piece her career back together in the wake of a financial scam that ruined her family’s reputation.
‘On the Come Up’
“In this fairy tale, my father was once a king. Now I’m chasing his dream…”
Based on the best-selling YA novel by Angie Thomas — author of “The Hate U Give” — “On The Come Up” is a film about a gifted 16-year-old rapper attempting to honor her late father’s hip hop legacy while facing controversy and possible eviction. Newcomer Jamila C. Gray stars in this Paramount original movie.
‘Orphan: First Kill’
More than 10 years since the twisted horror film “Orphan” made its chilling debut, Esther returns in a highly anticipated prequel. Rossif Sutherland and Julia Stiles star alongside Isabelle Fuhrman in “Orphan: First Kill.”
‘Star Trek: Lower Decks’
“Star Trek: Lower Decks” follows the support crew working on the USS Cerritos — one of Starfleet’s least important ships. An all new season of this beloved animated “Star Trek” spin-off series is now streaming on Paramount+.
Honor is in her senior year of high school and focused solely on getting into Harvard. When her guidance counselor suggests another student might be getting recommended for admission over her, Honor enacts a plan to sabotage her competition. Angourie Rice stars opposite “Stranger Things” actor Gaten Matarazzo in this new comedy series, streaming July 29.
‘Jerry & Marge Go Large’
Inspired by real events, “Jerry & Marge Go Large” tells the story of retired math whiz Jerry Selbee, who, with the help of his wife, uses a mathematical loophole in the lottery to win millions. Bryan Cranston, Annette Bening and Rainn Wilson star in this wacky new comedy, which premieres June 17.
Miles Teller stars alongside Juno Temple, Colin Hanks and more in this dramatic new miniseries. “The Offer” follows legendary Hollywood producer Albert S. Ruddy as he adapts author Mario Puzo’s novel, “The Godfather,” for the screen. As “The Offer” tells it, Ruddy assembles a dream team, including director Francis Ford Coppola (who co-wrote the script with Puzo) and Hollywood star Marlon Brando, only to see his production challenged by behind-the-scenes tensions — and a prominent mob boss.
‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’
“Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” finds actor Anson Mount reprising his “Discovery” role as Captain Pike. In the new series, Pike retreats to his ranch back on Earth after having caught a glimpse of the grim future that fans know awaits him in “The Original Series.” But when the Starfleet standout learns that one of his former crew members desperately needs him, Pike jumps back into the action.”Discovery” stars Rebecca Romijn and Ethan Peck return alongside Mount in this new “Star Trek” series.
Pablo Schreiber stars in this exciting new series based on the best-selling Xbox Game Studios first-person shooter game, “Halo.” The show, puts a new spin on the central storyline — about a massive war far in the future — while still bringing the original feel of the video game franchise to life. The action-packed series follows Master Chief, a super-soldier trained to battle an alien group known as the Covenant. But, when Master Chief has to confront his own humanity, everything changes.
‘Star Trek: Picard’ season 2
More than 35 years since his character’s debut in “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” Sir Patrick Stewart returns as Jean-Luc Picard for season two of “Star Trek: Picard.” The first season takes place 20 years after the events of “Star Trek: Nemesis;” Picard is retired from Starfleet and grieving the loss of Data when he receives a visit from a new synthetic being that leads him into the next chapter of his life. The second season picks up a year after events of the first, and fans will be glad to know that the show has already been renewed for season three. Stewart stars alongside Alison Pill and Michelle Hurd in season two of “Star Trek: Picard,” now streaming.
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