Netflix is coming to three additional European markets in October, kicking off in Spain on October 20, followed by Portugal (October 21), and then Italy a day after that.

Back in June, the video-streaming giant did reveal that this triumvirate of European Union (E.U.) nations would be receiving Netflix in October, but now we have official dates and a price — €8 per month, which equates to around $9 (USD).

Netflix is already available in more than 50 markets, across the Americas, Australia, New Zealand, and much of Europe — the three new soon-to-launch European markets were glaring omissions for Netflix. With Spain, Portugal, and Italy now on board, this means that half of the E.U.’s 28 territories still won’t have Netflix, including Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Greece, Poland, Hungary, and Romania.

Netflix also recently launched in Japan, its first Asian market, while Iceland and the Czech Republic are expected to be included in the near future. The California-based company has previously stated that it plans to be available globally, in more than 200 countries, by the end of 2016.