Everything coming to Netflix in April

first_imgShare on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Sky High — Netflix FilmApril 3Escape From Planet EarthApril 4What Lies BelowApril 5Coded BiasFamily Reunion: Part 3 — Netflix FamilyApril 6The Last Kids on Earth: Happy Apocalypse to You — Netflix FamilyApril 7The Big Day: Collection 2 — Netflix OriginalDolly Parton: A MusiCares Tribute — Netflix DocumentarySnabba Cash — Netflix OriginalThis Is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist — Netflix Documentary The Anatomy of Fear Please enter your name here April 23Heroes: Silence and Rock & RollShadow and Bone — Netflix OriginalTell Me When — Netflix FilmApril 27August: Osage CountyBattle of Los AngelesFatma — Netflix OriginalGo! Go! Cory Carson: Season 4 — Netflix FamilyApril 28Sexify — Netflix OriginalHeadspace Guide to Sleep — Netflix DocumentaryApril 29Things Heard and Seen — Netflix FilmYasuke — Netflix AnimeApril 30The Innocent — Netflix OriginalThe Mitchells vs. The Machines — Netflix FamilyPet Stars — Netflix OriginalThe Unremarkable Juanquini: Season 2 — Netflix Original Here’s everything coming to Netflix in April:Date TBAThe Disciple — Netflix FilmSearching for Sheela — Netflix DocumentaryApril 1Magical Andes: Season 2 — Netflix DocumentaryPrank Encounters: Season 2 — Netflix OriginalTersanjung the Movie — Netflix FilmWorn Stories — Netflix Documentary2012Cop OutFriends with BenefitsInsidiousLegally BlondeLeprechaunThe PianistThe PossessionSecrets of Great British Castles: Season 1The Time Traveler’s WifeTyler Perry’s Madea’s Big Happy FamilyWhite BoyYes ManApril 2Concrete Cowboy — Netflix Film Just Say Yes — Netflix FilmMadame Claude — Netflix FilmThe Serpent — Netflix Original From MarketWatchNetflix is releasing an April showers-worth of new stuff next month, including the return of a reality hit and a much-anticipated new fantasy series, “Shadow and Bone”. TAGSAprilentertainmentnetflixstreaming Previous articleA Basic Handbook For a Night In With FriendsNext articleAdventHealth physician: ‘We’re at a crossroads’ as vaccines roll out, but concerns emerge as decline of hospitalizations slows Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR April 10The Stand-InApril 11Diana: The Interview That Shook the WorldApril 12New Gods: Nezha Reborn — Netflix FilmNicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn: Seasons 1-4April 13The Baker and the Beauty: Season 1Mighty Express: Season 3 — Netflix FamilyMy Love: Six Stories of True Love — Netflix Documentary Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.center_img Stowaway — Netflix Film Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate The Wedding Coach — Netflix OriginalApril 8The Way of the House Husband — Netflix AnimeApril 9Have You Ever Seen Fireflies? — Netflix FilmNight in Paradise — Netflix FilmThunder Force — Netflix Film Please enter your comment! You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here April 14The Circle: Season 2 — Netflix OriginalDad Stop Embarrassing Me! — Netflix OriginalLaw School — Netflix OriginalThe Soul — Netflix FilmWhy Did You Kill Me? — Netflix DocumentaryApril 15Dark City Beneath the BeatThe MasterRide or Die — Netflix FilmApril 16Arlo the Alligator Boy — Netflix FamilyAjeeb Daastaans — Netflix FilmBarbie & Chelsea The Lost BirthdayCrimson PeakFast and Furious Spy Racers: Season 4: Mexico — Netflix FamilyInto the Beat — Netflix FilmRushSynchronicWhy Are You Like This — Netflix OriginalThe Zookeeper’s WifeApril 18Luis Miguel: The Series: Season 2 — Netflix OriginalApril 19Miss SloanePJ Masks: Season 3April 20Izzy’s Koala World: Season 2 — Netflix FamilyApril 21Zero — Netflix OriginalApril 22Life in Color with David Attenborough — Netflix Documentary There’s also a second season of “The Circle” (April 14), and some star-studded original movies including “Concrete Cowboy”(April 2), an urban cowboy drama starring Idris Elba; “Thunder Force” (April 9), a superhero comedy staring Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer; and “Stowaway” (April 22), a sci-fi thriller starring Anna Kendrick, Toni Colette and Daniel Dae Kim.last_img


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