Premiering on Wednesday, October 6, is the Netflix original film There’s Someone Inside Your House directed by Patrick Brice and starring Sydney Park, Théodore Pellerin, Dale Whibley, Asjha Cooper, Diego Josef, Jesse LaTourette, Burkely Duffield, William MacDonald, Sarah Dugdale, Andrew Dunbar and Markian Tarasiuk. The movie’s original music is composed by Zachary Dawes (Big Time Adolescence, The Peanut Butter Falcon, Deep Murder, Generation). The horror thriller, which follows a teenager and her friends at Osborne High School as they try to identify and stop a masked killer who’s targeting students and exposing their biggest secrets, will be available to stream exclusively on Netflix.

Also premiering on Wednesday is the Disney+ docuseries Among the Stars directed by Ben Turner and executive producer by himself, Gabe Turner, Leo Pearlman, Will Gluck and Richard Schwartz. Colin Stetson (HereditaryColor Out of Space, Mayday, The First, Barkskins, Blue Caprice) has composed the show’s original music. The Fulwell 73 production presented by Disney Branded Television follows Captain Chris Cassidy on a quest to get back in his spacesuit for one last mission that risks life, limb and reputation for the greater good of humankind. This 6-part series will be available to stream on Disney+.

Premiering on Thursday, October 7 is the CBS comedy Ghosts developed by Joe Port & Joe Wiseman based on the BBC series of the same name and starring Rose McIver, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Richie Moriarty, Brandon Scott Jones, Danielle Pinnock, Román Zaragoza, Asher Grodman, Sheila Carrasco, Rebecca Wisocky and Devan Chandler Long. The show’s original music is composed by Jeff Cardoni (Silicon Valley, The Kominsky Method, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, Heels, Turner & Hooch). Check out our scoring assignment announcement to learn more about the series, which will air every Thursday night on CBS and will also be available to stream on Paramount+.

Also premiering on Thursday is the Peacock original series One of Us Is Lying based on the best-selling novel by Karen M. McManus and starring Annalisa Cochrane, Chibuikem Uche, Barrett Carnahan, Marianly Tejada, Cooper van Grootel, Melissa Collazo, Mark McKenna and Jessica McLeod. Ian Hultquist (Assassination Nation, Dickinson, Good Girls, I Know What You Did Last Summer, AnimalsMy Blind Brother, Die in a Gunfight, A.X.L) has composed the show’s original music. Check out our previous news article for more information about the mystery drama, which will be available to stream on Peacock.

Premiering on Friday are two new titles in Amazon’s Welcome to the Blumhouse series, including the horror movie The Manor written and directed by Axelle Carolyn and starring Barbara Hershey, Jill Larson, Bruce Davison, Shelley Robertson, Nicholas Alexander and Fran Bennett. The film’s original music is composed by Christopher Drake (TuskYoga Hosers, The Reckoning, Batman: Arkham OriginsBatman: Year One). The Blumhouse production, which centers on a woman who – after suffering a mild stroke – reluctantly moves into a historic nursing home where she becomes convinced a supernatural force is killing the residents, will be available to stream exclusively on Amazon Prime.

The other new Welcome to the Blumhouse movie is Madres directed by Ryan Zaragoza and starring Ariana Guerra, Tenoch Huerta, Joseph Garcia, Robert Larriviere, Elpidia Carrillo and Kerry Cahill. Isabelle Engman-Bredvik (Murder in the Woods, One Under the Sun) and Gerardo Garcia Jr. have composed the film’s original music. The thriller, which revolves around a Mexican-American couple who move to a migrant farming community in 1970’s California where strange symptoms and terrifying visions threaten their new family, will also be available to stream on Amazon Prime.