Out with the old and in the with new! That’s the motto Netflix is living by for the month of October. While the streaming site has a ton of content disappearing at the end of September, the service is also offering new TV shows and movies for you to binge watch starting Wednesday, Oct. 1.

Curious what programs will be available for you to cozy up to as the weather gets colder? Well, one of the most anticipated TV shows coming to Netflix is long running series “Gilmore Girls,” which starred Lauren Graham as Lorelai Gilmore and Alexis Bledel as her daughter Rory.

The program, which made its series debut on the WB in 2000, told the story of a single mother raising her daughter in the fictional town of Stars Hollow, Connecticut. The show, which was canceled in 2007, was best known for its fast-paced dialog, jam-packed with pop-culture references. “Gilmore Girls” also won several nominations, including an Emmy Award, and was listed as one of Time magazine’s “All-TIME 100 TV Shows” in 2007.

But “Gilmore Girls” isn’t the only critically acclaimed drama set to appear on the “Recently Added” category of Netflix. The Baz Luhrmann directed and Oscar nominated film “Romeo + Juliet,” which starred Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes in 1996, will also become available for viewers to watch over and over again come October.

Check out the full list of movies and TV shows being added to Netflix starting Oct. 1, and let us know in the comment section which installments you plan on binge watching throughout autumn. Hey, that’s what the cold months are meant for anyway!

Movies available for streaming starting Oct. 1 (in alphabetical order):

"Annie"

"Annie: A Royal Adventure"

"Bad Johnson"

"Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle"

"Chicken Run"

"Domestic Disturbance"

"Ernest Saves Christmas"

"Finding Forrester"

"Galaxy Quest"

"Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius"

"My Father The Hero"

"Paths Of Glory"

"Please Subscribe: A Documentary About YouTubers"

"Rescue Dawn"

"Romeo + Juliet"

"Shadow Of The Vampire
"

"Sleepless In Seattle"

"Shivers"

"The Phantom Of The Opera"

"Team America: World Police"

"Three Fugitives"

"Tombstone"

"The Wedding Planner"


Streaming Starting Oct. 2

"Carrie"

"Under The Electric Sky: EDC 2013"

Streaming Starting Oct. 3

"The Boxcar Children"

Streaming Starting Oct. 6

"Little Man"

Streaming Starting Oct. 7

"In A World"

Streaming Starting Oct. 8

"Jay Mohr: Funny For A Girl"

Streaming Starting Oct. 9

"A Long Way Down"

Streaming Starting Oct. 10

"Chelsea Handler: Uganda Be Kidding Me”

Streaming Starting Oct. 11

"Breathe In"

"Heatstroke"

"Swelter"

"Why Stop Now"

Streaming Starting Oct. 14

"Stay"

"Witching & Bitching”

Streaming Starting Oct. 15

"Tim Minchin And The Heritage Orchestra Live"

Streaming Starting Oct. 16

"Cowgirls n' Angels"


Streaming Starting Oct. 18

"Kramer vs. Kramer"


"Liberal Arts"

Streaming Starting Oct. 21

"Wyatt Cenac: Brooklyn"

Streaming Starting Oct. 22

"E-Team" "Hit!"


"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire"

Streaming Starting Oct. 23

"Django Unchained"

Streaming Starting Oct. 28

"Bound By Flesh"

Streaming Starting Oct. 31

"Before I Go To Sleep"

"Rain Man"

TV shows available for streaming starting Oct. 1 (in alphabetical order):

"Gilmore Girls," 
Season 1 – 7

"Hostages," Season 1


Streaming Starting Oct. 2

"The Vampire Diaries," Season 5

"Reign," Season 1

Streaming Starting Oct. 3

"The Originals," Season 1

Streaming Starting Oct. 7

"The Following," Season 2

"Hart Of Dixie," Season 3

"Raising Hope," Season 4

"Supernatural," Season 9

Streaming Starting Oct. 8

"Arrow," Season 2

Streaming Starting Oct. 9

"The Tomorrow People," Season 1

Streaming Starting Oct. 18

"Last Man Standing," Season 3

Streaming Starting Oct. 22

"The 100," Season 1"

Streaming Starting Oct. 23

"The Carrie Diaries," Season 2

"Freakshow," Season 2

Streaming Starting Oct. 25

"Sons Of Anarchy," Season 6