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With October coming to a close, comes the return of some iconic shows.


First, it's the same judge you know and love on a new platform. That's right Judy Sheindlin is back in Judy Justice. After over 6,000 episodes on network television, Judy is making the transition to streaming.

The spinoff of the iconic courtroom show Judge Judy comes after a high profile battle with the show's producers. Judy had this to say about the transition:

"Judy Justice is a really exciting new adventure that gives me an opportunity to come into streaming while producing a whole different kind of court show."

Plus, it's a family affair, with Judy recruiting her granddaughter Sarah as her law clerk for the new series. Judy Justice premieres Monday, November 1st on IMDb TV.

But Judge Judy isn't the only television icon returning to our screens. On Halloween, it's the beginning of the end for Jodie Whittaker who is back as the 13th Doctor in Doctor Who: Flux. This will be the thirteenth season of the Doctor Who and the third and final season for Whittaker who has played The Doctor since 2018. This season will be different from its predecessors as it is set to tell one continuous story over the course of six episodes. Doctor Who: Flux premieres Sunday October 31st on BBC.

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Also coming this weekend, music fans are in for a treat with this iconic ceremony. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is inducting 13 new members this year. This inductee class includes such icons as Tina Turner, Carole King, The Go-Go's, Foo Fighters, Jay-Z and more. The inductees will be welcomed in by some of the best and brightest in music. The star-studded lineup of guests includes Angela Bassett, Taylor Swift, Drew Barrymore, and Paul McCartney, who will be doing the honors of inducting the aforementioned inductees, respectively.

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony will will take place on Saturday, October 30, 2021 at 8:00pm ET.

As far as new movies go, there are a batch of new releases that are coming to theaters and streaming services this weekend as well.

First, Army of Thieves tells the story of what happened before the events of Army of the Dead. The prequel to the hit action movie is streaming now on Netflix.

Next, from the mind behind Baby Driver comes a new movie starring Anya Taylor-Joy. Last Night in Soho follows a girl who finds herself transported back in time and living the life of a 1960s singer. The psychological thriller is in theaters now.

Finally, also hitting theaters this weekend is Antlers. The horror movie follows a brother and sister duo played by Keri Russell and Jesse Plemons as they find out about a student who is keeping a creature with antlers as a pet. Antlers is also in theaters now.

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