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October on Paramount+

October on Paramount+ – Paramount+ highlights for the month of October include I Kissed a Boy, Five More Minutes, Spongebob Squarepants, The Really Loud House, Monster High, Deer Squad, Bargain, Lous Tomlinson: All of Those Voices, Monster High The Movie 2, A Really Haunted Loud House, Pet Sematary: Bloodlines, Anything for Fame, Frasier, Girl in the Basement, The Burning Girls, Milli Vanilli, Scream VI, The Challenge: Battle for a New Champion and Fellow Travelers.

October on Paramount+

Football In October



It’s a feast of local and international football action in October on Paramount+.

The AFC Champions League kicks the month off on Paramount+ with matches from Monday, 2 October, as Melbourne City fly the flag for Australia in the premier Asian club competition.

The Subway Socceroos go up against the ‘old enemy’ as they tackle England live at the iconic Wembley Stadium on Saturday, 14 October, before taking on Trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand for the ‘Soccer Ashes’ on Wednesday, 18 October.

Ready to re-ignite the nation, the Liberty A-League Women’s season gets underway from Saturday, 14 October, followed by the exciting return of the IsuzuUTE A-League Men’s season on Friday, October 20. These opening rounds are not to be missed!

It will then be time for the AFC Olympic Qualifiers on Thursday, 26 October, where our beloved CommBank Matildas take on Iran. But that’s not all, as they will then come up against the Philippines on Sunday, October 29.

Now, let’s play some football!

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I Kissed A Boy



Pop goddess Dannii Minogue plays Cupid in the UK’s first ever gay dating show I Kissed A Boy. No small talk, no swiping – it’s all about the first kiss.

In I Kissed A Boy, ten single men head to Europe, where romance will start with a kiss. Before they arrive, they will be paired up with the man best suited to them and as soon as they meet, they have to share a kiss to see if sparks fly.

Of course, along the way there will be dramatic decisions, wandering eyes and preconceptions to be challenged. But will any of them find their true love?

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Five More Minutes



Five more minutes. That’s all young Chicago-based public-school art teacher Clara Bingham wants of her grandpa’s time.

Now, years later, Clara (Nikki DeLoach) is all grown up and she and her mother prepare for their first year since her grandpa died. As they navigate the season without him, Clara works in her grandpa’s shop all in the hopes of organising the mess that is his filing system. But her temporary seasonal hire manages to take care of much of the mess leaving Clara to unexpectedly reunite with Logan (David Haydn-Jones), the man who once broke her heart.

Now a successful rank in the military, Logan is in the reserves and running a business. During her trip home, Clara discovers a journal her grandfather kept with secrets no one knew. It’s a story that captures both Clara and Logan.

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Spongebob SquarePants (Season 13)



Take a deep dive to down to Bikini Bottom for more nautical nonsense with our favourite sea sponge – SpongeBob SquarePants.

SpongeBob SquarePants Season 13 reunites original voice cast members Tom Kenny (SpongeBob SquarePants), Bill Fagerbakke (Patrick Star), Rodger Bumpass (Squidward), Clancy Brown (Mr. Krabs), Carolyn Lawrence (Sandy Cheeks) and Mr. Lawrence (Plankton), and show runners Vince Waller and Marc Ceccarelli.

In the first episode, when customers bring pets into the Krusty Krab, Mr. Krabs soon realises pets are more profitable than owners.

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The Really Loud House (Season 1)



The Really Loud House follows 12-year-old Lincoln Loud (Wolfgang Schaeffer) as he goes on new adventures in the town of Royal Woods with his best friend Clyde McBride (Jahzir Bruno), while also navigating the chaos of living in a family with ten sisters.

In the premiere episode, The Macho Man with the Plan, Lincoln is excited to stay up late with his best friend Clyde to watch the RIP Hardcore Midnight Marathon, but his plans are ruined when his dad institutes an early curfew. They come up with the idea to use the Loud sisters to get Dad out of the house to celebrate his half-birthday, but just as they think their plan worked, Lisa’s robot Todd malfunctions and Lincoln must decide what being a good man is really about.

The cast playing the real-life versions of the beloved Loud family are: Brian Stepanek, as Lynn Loud Sr.; Jolie Jenkins, as Rita Loud; Eva Carlton, as Leni Loud; Sophia Woodward, as Luna Loud; Catherine Ashmore Bradley, as

Luan Loud; Annaka Fourneret, as Lynn Loud; Aubin Bradley, as Lucy Loud; Ella Allan, as Lola Loud; Mia Allan, as Lana Loud; Lexi Janicek, as Lisa Loud; Lexi DiBenedetto, as Lori Loud; and August Michael Peterson, as Lily Loud.

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Monster High (Season One)



Monster High follows Clawdeen Wolf, Draculaura, Frankie Stein and Deuce Gorgon, as they discover who they are, embrace their differences, and learn to be fierce and fearless at the one place they all belong: Monster High.

The stellar voice cast behind the fashionable monsters include: Gabrielle Nevaeh Green as Clawdeen Wolf, Courtney Lin as Draculaura, Iris Menas as Frankie Stein, Tony Revolori as Deuce Gorgon, Kausar Mohammed as Cleo De Nile, Valeria Rodriguez as Lagoona Blue, Alexa Kahn as Torelei Stripe, Alexander Polinsky as Heath Burns, and Debra Wilson as Headmistress Bloodgood.

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Deer Squad (Season Three)



Kai, Lola, Bobbi, and Rammy are back!

Together they are the Deer Squad – four deer who use their Planet Powers to help the humans and animals of Platinum City. The four loveable, enthusiastic and heroic young friends live in Central Forest. When there’s trouble, the deer transform into a team that is capable of solving problems using their Planet Powers of Water (Kai), Wood (Lola), Earth (Bobbi) and Sun (Rammy).

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In festival-award-winning South Korean dystopian thriller series Bargain, men are lured to a remote hotel under the guise of sexual encounters only to be caught in a trafficking ring where their organs are auctioned off to the highest bidder. After a catastrophic earthquake, the victims, traffickers and buyers all are trapped inside the crumbling building. Cut off from the outside world, they must fight to survive the aftermath at any cost.

Bargain stars actors Jin Sun-kyu (Extreme Job), Jun Jong-seo (Money Heist: Korea) and Chang Ryul (My Name) and is an adaptation of director Lee Chung-hyun’s award-winning short film of the same name that was released in 2015. Director and writer Jeon Woo-sung, who was part of the production team of the original short film, picked up the story and developed it into a six-part series. The series is co-written by Choi Byeong-yun and Kwak Jae-min and executive produced by showrunner and creator Byun Seungmin and Bang Jin Ho.

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Louis Tomlinson- All Of Those Voices



Louis Tomlinson: All Of Those Voices takes a refreshingly raw and real look at Louis Tomlinson’s musical journey and gives audiences an intimate and unvarnished view of his life and career. Through never-before-seen home videos, including unseen footage from Tomlinson’s time in One Direction and behind-the-scenes access to his sold out 2022 World Tour, the film offers a unique perspective on what it’s like to be a musician in today’s fast-paced world.

From the highs of superstardom to the lows of personal tragedy, Tomlinson’s story is one of resilience and determination. The film explores his journey from a member of One Direction to a solo artist, capturing the challenges and triumphs that defined his path. Since the acclaimed release of his debut album, Walls and documenting the creation of his chart-topping 2022 album, Faith In The Future, the film shows a side of Tomlinson that fans never have seen before as he grapples with the pressures of fame and the weight of his own voice.

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Monster High 2



Monster High 2 follows Clawdeen Wolf (Miia Harris), Draculaura (Nayah Damasen) and Frankie Stein (Ceci Balagot) as they enter sophomore year at Monster High. The power of three is put to the test as they face even bigger challenges this year—new students, new powers, evolving friendships, and an even bigger threat that could not only tear their friendship apart but could change the world forever. The movie will also introduce new character Toralei (Salena Qureshi), a feisty British were-cat, back after a year abroad in Scaris, France.

Monster High 2 also stars: Case Walker (The Other Two) as Deuce Gorgon; Marci T. House (Day of the Dead) as Headmistress Bloodgood; Scotch Ellis Loring (Firehouse Dog) as Clawdeen’s dad, Apollo; Steve Valentine (Mom) as Draculaura’s dad, Dracula; Jy Prishkulnik (Just Beyond) as Cleo de Nile; Lina Lecompte (Death Pursuit) as Lagoona; Justin Derickson (When the Streetlights Go On) as Heath Burns; Lilah Fitzgerald (Honey Girls) as Ghoulia; Nasiv Sall (Descendants 2) as Abbey Bominable; Bonale Fambrini (Kevin Can Wait) as Ellis; Kyra Leroux (Riverdale) as Demi Boovais; and Ana Ortiz (Love, Victor) as Zamara Prue. Additional fan-favorite characters from the Monster High universe will also be seen throughout the movie.

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A Really Haunted Loud House



In celebration of the spookiest season, the Louds return with their annual Halloween Spooktacular filled with frightful tricks, delightful treats, spellbinding costumes and original music.

In A Really Haunted Loud House, Lincoln Loud and his best friend Clyde skip the Loud family’s Halloween Spooktacular to attend an over-the-top party hosted by the new cool kid at school, Xander, leaving his sisters to plan the annual event and grandiose neighbourhood performance, while Dad fights his own demons and avoids being captured by teenage werewolf hunters.

When Xander and his mob of followers decide to play tricks and attack the Loud house, Lincoln, his sisters and Clyde must work together to save Halloween, leading to an epic standoff in the town’s junkyard.

The cast of The Really Loud House season one will reprise their roles as members of the beloved Loud family in the movie and season two of the series: Wolfgang Schaeffer as Lincoln Loud, Brian Stepanek as Lynn Loud Sr., Jolie Jenkins as Rita Loud, Eva Carlton as Leni Loud, Sophia Woodward as Luna Loud, Catherine Bradley as Luan Loud, Annaka Fourneret as Lynn Loud, Aubin Bradley as Lucy Loud, Ella Allan as Lola Loud, Mia Allan as Lana Loud, Lexi Janicek as Lisa Loud, Lexi DiBenedetto as Lori Loud, and August Michael Peterson as Lily Loud. Jahzir Bruno plays Lincoln’s best friend, Clyde McBride. Martin Fajardo (Now and Then) plays Xander.

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Pet Sematary: Bloodlines



In 1969, a young Jud Crandall has dreams of leaving his hometown of Ludlow, Maine behind, but soon discovers sinister secrets buried within and is forced to confront a dark family history that will forever keep him connected to Ludlow. Banding together, Jud and his childhood friends must fight an ancient evil that has gripped Ludlow since its founding, and once unearthed has the power to destroy everything in its path. Based on the untold chapter from Pet Sematary, Stephen King’s chilling novel, PET SEMATARY: BLOODLINES is a terrifying prequel and the untold story of why sometimes dead is better…

Spine-chilling prequel, Pet Sematary: Bloodlines stars Jackson White (Tell Me Lies, Mrs. Fletcher) Forrest Goodluck (Lawmen: Bass Reeves, The Revenant), Jack Mulhern (The Boys in the Boat, Mare of Easttown), Henry Thomas (The Fall of the House of Usher, Gangs of New York), Natalie Alyn Lind (The Goldbergs, The Gifted) and Isabella Star LaBlanc (True Detective: Night Country, Long Slow Exhale), with Pam Grier (Cinnamon, Jackie Brown) and David Duchovny (Bucky F*cking Dent, Californication).

October on Paramount+

Anything For Fame



In the ruthless attention economy of the Internet, young influencers gamble everything for fame and fortune. A startling and timely study of contemporary celebrity.

Ava slips into the airplane bathroom, adjusts her phone settings — and licks the toilet seat. Her Tiktok explodes. By the time she’s landed, she’s getting interview requests from international media to comment on her viral video.

As the Internet upends traditional notions of celebrity, Anything For Fame journeys into the virtual Wild West to profile an ambitious and reckless new breed of content creator. Hungry for notoriety, they venture to unprecedented highs and lows in pursuit of that white-hot commodity: clout.

Our creators find themselves dodging multiple pitfalls and moral dilemmas as they navigate the ruthless ‘attention’ economy where likes and views become intoxicating currency. Only the lucky few will become rich. For the others, online fame can exact a devastating price. While stars rise with meteoric and disorienting speed, they plummet just as fast – and often with heartbreaking results.

At a time when the Internet is radically reshaping global culture and economics, Anything For Fame examines the phenomenon of online celebrity with empathy, insight and its own arresting sense of style.

October on Paramount+

Frasier (Reboot)



Filmed in front of a live studio audience at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles, the new series follows Frasier Crane (Grammer) in the next chapter of his life as he returns to Boston with new challenges to face, new relationships to forge and an old dream or two to finally fulfill. Frasier has re-entered the building!

In addition to Grammer, the new series stars Jack Cutmore-Scott as Frasier’s son Freddy, Nicholas Lyndhurst as Frasier’s old college buddy turned university professor Alan, Toks Olagundoye as Olivia, Alan’s colleague and head of the university’s psychology department, Jess Salgueiro as Freddy’s roommate Eve, and Anders Keith as Frasier’s nephew David.

Frasier comes from writers Chris Harris (How I Met Your Mother) and Joe Cristalli (Life in Pieces), who executive produce with Kelsey Grammer, Tom Russo and Jordan McMahon. The series is produced by CBS Studios, in association with Grammer’s Grammnet NH Productions. The first two episodes of the new series are directed by legendary director and television creator James Burrows, who is best known for his work as co-creator, executive producer and director of the critically acclaimed series Cheers, as well as the original series Frasier, Will & Grace and Dear John.

This fall marks 30 years since the original Frasier first premiered on television, which still holds the record for most Emmy wins for a comedy series with 37 wins and 107 nominations.

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Girl In The Basement



Inspired by true events, this is the story of Sarah, a teenager imprisoned by her father in the basement of their family home for over 20 years. The father told his wife and other children that Sarah had run away to be with a boyfriend the family disapproved of.

Meanwhile, as the years went by, he would secretly visit her in the basement, raping her there while her mother and siblings continued living upstairs. Sarah gave birth alone in the basement to several children. Her father let her raise one there but brought the others upstairs, claiming to his wife that Sarah has left the grandchildren on their doorstep. When Sarah finally escapes, the family learns the devastating truth about what had been going on for years right beneath their feet. Judd Nelson, Stefanie Scott, Joely Fisher, Emily Topper.

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The Burning Girls



Set in Chapel Croft, a village haunted by a dark and turbulent history, The Burning Girls sees Reverend Jack Brooks (Samantha Morton – The Walking Dead, The Serpent Queen) and her daughter Flo (Ruby Stokes – Bridgerton, Lockwood & Co) arrive in the hope of a fresh start. They soon find a village rife with conspiracies and secrets where uncovering the truth can be deadly in a community with a bloody past.

Morton’s character Jack is a single parent haunted by a tragedy from her previous church and who bears the onus of her husband’s death, while her 15-year-old daughter Flo is a teenager who marches to the beat of her own drum.

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Milli Vanilli



Produced by MRC and Keep on Running Pictures, Milli Vanilli tells the story of Robert ‘Rob’ Pilatus and Fabrice ‘Fab’ Morvan, who became fast friends during their youth in Germany. With Rob coming from a broken home and Fab having left an abusive household, they shared a similar upbringing and future goal: to become famous superstars. In a few short years, their dreams came true.

In 1989 their first album went platinum six times in the U.S., and the hit song, Girl You Know It’s True sold more than 30 million singles worldwide. Rob and Fab, better known as Milli Vanilli, became the world’s most popular pop duo in 1990 and won the GRAMMY for Best New Artist. However, their ascension to success came with a devastating price that ultimately led to their infamous undoing.

Milli Vanilli is directed and produced by Luke Korem, and produced by Bradley Jackson, MRC and Keep On Running Pictures in partnership with MTV Entertainment Studios. Hanif Abdurraqib and Kim Marlowe serve as executive producers.

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Scream VI



Four survivors of the Ghostface murders leave Woodsboro behind for a fresh start in New York City. However, they soon find themselves in a fight for their lives when a new killer embarks on a bloody rampage.

Scream VI stars Melissa Barrera, Jenna Ortega, Jasmin Savoy Brown, Mason Gooding, Hayden Panettiere, and Courteney Cox, all reprising their roles from previous installments, with Josh Segarra, Jack Champion, Devyn Nekoda, Liana Liberato, Tony Revolori, Samara Weaving, Henry Czerny, and Dermot Mulroney joining the ensemble cast.

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The Challenge: Battle For A New Champion



The Challenge: Battle For A New Champion Season 39 pit’s 24 returning contenders, one of who will take home their first victory. In order to do so, they won’t only compete against each other but also will face 10 rotating Challenge legends in surprise eliminations each week.

Veteran’s include last season’s winners Tori Deal and Devin Walker, Cara Maria Sorbello, and five-time champion CT Tamburello, plus Australia’s very own Jessica Brody and Ciaran Stott.

In the end, only one of the contenders can take home the win.

October on Paramount+

Fellow Travelers



Created by Nyswaner and based on the novel by Thomas Mallon, Fellow Travelers is an epic love story and political thriller, chronicling the clandestine romance of two very different men who meet in McCarthy-era Washington.

Bomer plays charismatic Hawkins Fuller, who maintains a financially rewarding, behind-the scenes career in politics. Hawkins avoids emotional entanglements – until he meets Tim Laughlin (Bailey), a young man brimming with idealism and religious faith. They begin a romance just as Joseph McCarthy and Roy Cohn declare war on “subversives and sexual deviants,” initiating one of the darkest periods in 20th-century American history.

Over the course of four decades, we follow our five main characters – Hawk, Tim, Marcus (Alladin), Lucy (Williams), and Frankie (Ricketts) – as they cross paths through the Vietnam War protests of the 1960s, the drug-fuelled disco hedonism of the 1970s and the AIDS crisis of the 1980s, while facing obstacles in the world and in themselves.

Fellow Travelers is created for television by Oscar® nominee Ron Nyswaner (Philadelphia, Homeland) and stars Matt Bomer (The Normal Heart, The Boys in the Band), Jonathan Bailey (Bridgerton), Jelani Alladin (The Walking Dead: World Beyond), Allison Williams (Get Out, Girls) and Noah J. Ricketts (American Gods).

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