A new month is here, and that means a whole new lineup of shows coming to Netflix. Let's check out what April has to offer!


Thunder Force

Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer star in Thunder Force, the story of two childhood best friends who reunite as a crime-fighting duo when one of them discovers the secret to acquiring superhuman powers.

Dad Stop Embarrassing Me!

Jamie Foxx stars in his very own sitcom, Dad Stop Embarrassing Me, a Netflix original. The show centers around the trials of Foxx as a father figure trying to run his own household.

The Stand-In

The 2020 film starring Drew Barrymore (am I warm enough for ya?) and Lena Dunham is finding a home on Netflix this month!

Concrete Cowboy

Stranger Things star Caleb McLaughlin and Idris Elba team up for a Western drama centered around horse riding culture in Philadelphia.

This film was originally set to premiere at Telluride last year, but the COVID-19 pandemic pushed its release date back nearly a year. It will finally be released as a Netflix original this month.

Shadow and Bone

This new fantasy drama follows sinister magic and an ever wrapping world of deceit.

Things Heard and Seen

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Amanda Seyfried and Natalia Dyer star in this horror drama about a young artist who moves to a new town. But is her house...haunted? Probably.

Luis Miguel - The Series

Check out season two of the biographical series on the Mexican singer whose career was filled with more drama than you can even imagine.

The Serpent

The Serpent follows the real story of serial killer Charles Sobhraj on his 1975-1976 murder spree. This series was originally available on the BBC around New Years, but now it's making a home on Netflix for American audiences.

Zero

He's not really a superhero; he's a manga artist. But when he acquires the power to be invisible, he realizes his obligation to his community.

Stowaway

A three person mission to Mars is faced with the unthinkable when an unforeseen passenger puts all their lives in jeopardy.

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