From mayors to mutants, your new fall TV and streaming obsessions are right here.
Streaming highlights from the October calendars of major streaming and cable on-demand services:
30 Rock (Hulu): Did you say “blergh!” when you heard the Tina Fey comedy was leaving Netflix at the end of September? Calm your mind grapes — now you can find Liz Lemon, Jack Donaghy and Co. at Hulu. (Subscription required.)
SuperMansion: Drag Me to Halloween (Crackle): In the Halloween special of the stop-motion animated series, Titanium Rex (voice of Bryan Cranston) has to endure his least-favorite night of the year.
The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson(Netflix): Oscar-nominated documentarian David France (How to Survive a Plague) probes the mysterious 1992 death of the transgender activist, a key figure in the Stonewall riots of 1969.
Christina P.: Mother Inferior (Netflix): In this stand-up comedy special, Christina Pazsitzky tackles taboo motherhood topics such as hormonal rage, and offers her theory on how Generation X survived adolescence without selfies.
Baby Driver (OnDemand): This well-reviewed action film stars Ansel Elgort (The Fault in Our Stars) as a getaway driver. Kevin Spacey co-stars as the crime boss who employs him.
Chance (Hulu): Hugh Laurie returns as neuropsychiatrist Eldon Chance, who’s now embraced vigilante justice on behalf of his abused patients.
Mindhunter (Netflix): Tony nominee Jonathan Groff (Hamilton) headlines director David Finch’s drama about the inner workings of the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit, which tries to get inside the heads of killers.
Lore (Amazon): The popular podcast comes to TV in this horror anthology from Amazon Studios.
Patton Oswalt: Annihilation (Netflix): In his latest stand-up special, Oswalt explains how he used comedy to process the pain of losing his wife, Michelle McNamara, in 2016.
Spider-Man: Homecoming (OnDemand): The newest inhabitant of the spidey suit, Tom Holland, comes to OnDemand the same day as DVD.
Broken (BritBox): Navigating the political viper’s nest on Game of Thrones may turn out to be a cakewalk compared with…