Happy Weekend! Here Is What's New on Netflix Now

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Oct. 11 2013, Published 3:31 p.m. ET

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How was your week? Do you have any big plans for the weekend? It's quite possible that you do, but if you don't, I have some excellent news for you. There are tons of exciting new streaming options on Netflix! Check out what's new now:

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Baby Daddy: Season 2

New York bartender Ben unexpectedly becomes a parent when an ex-girlfriend drops off a baby girl for him to raise. But with lots of help from his mother and a childhood friend who secretly has a crush on him, he steps into the role of dad.

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Melissa & Joey: Season 3

Single politician Melissa has her life turned upside-down when she is made guardian of her niece, Lennox, and nephew, Ryder. She hires Joe, an unemployed stockbroker, as a live-in "manny" (male nanny) to help out, a job he hopes will be temporary.

The Fosters: Season 1

Executive-produced by Jennifer Lopez, this offbeat drama follows an interracial lesbian couple -- one a police officer, the other a school vice principal -- and their multiethnic brood of biological, adopted and foster children.

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Toddlers & Tiaras: Season 5

From "flippers" and feathers to sequins and "sexy babies," this over-the-top TLC series captures the behind-the-scenes dramas of childhood beauty pageants ... and the cringe-worthy antics of hyper-passionate stage parents.

Beauty and the Beast: Season 1

In this twist on the classic fairy tale, Catherine Chandler, a New York City homicide detective, and Vincent, a veteran turned into a beast by a military experiment gone awry, become allies after they meet by chance.

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90210: Season 5

In this spinoff of the 1990s series, aspiring actress Annie and her adopted brother, Dixon, deal with nonstop drama at their exclusive new high school, where tumultuous friendships and roller coaster romances rule.

Bones: Season 8

Socially awkward forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan teams up with intuitive FBI agent Seeley Booth to investigate crimes that have left scant evidence behind: namely, the bones of the deceased.

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Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23: Seasons 1-2

After Midwesterner June moves to Manhattan and finds her dreams of city living dashed, her hopes are punctured further when she's swindled by her roommate, Chloe. Much to Chloe's surprise, June turns the tables, and a beautiful friendship begins.

Gossip Girl: Season 6

Kristen Bell provides the voice of an anonymous blogger who narrates the action in this hit series set in an exclusive New York City boarding school. The plot centers on the day-to-day dramas of the school's most privileged students.

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Raising Hope: Season 3

Slacker Jimmy suddenly finds himself a father after a one-night stand with a murderer, but his eccentric family -- including his dim-bulb father, sarcastic mother and addled great-grandmother -- reluctantly pitches in to help with the new arrival.

The Following: Season 1

When escaped serial killer Joe Carroll goes on a new killing spree, reclusive former FBI agent Ryan Hardy is called in, having captured Carroll nine years ago. Hardy soon discovers that Carroll has a loyal following of killers ready to terrorize.

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Arrow: Season 1

This adaptation of the story of DC Comics' Green Arrow stars Stephen Amell as the titular character, an affluent playboy who becomes an archer superhero at night, saving the city from villains with his special arrows.

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Movie 43

An eye-popping cast stars in this sketch-comedy pastiche, the new millennium's take on classics such as The Kentucky Fried Movie. Stars from Kate Winslet to Justin Long to Richard Gere provide the laughs for nearly a dozen new and veteran directors.

What are you planning on watching this weekend? Anything you need to catch up on? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine.


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