Since most of us are stuck at home during the COVID-19 quarantine or social distancing, we all know how easy it is to get bored. As a result, there’s no doubt that most of us have resorted to binge-watching everything there is on Netflix. If you’ve exhausted all your options for interesting shows and movies to watch, don’t worry — there’s good news! And no, this is not an April Fool’s joke. Netflix is releasing a whole new batch of movies and TV shows this month.
Here is a list of all the content available for streaming this April:
- Community (All 6 Seasons) – An American comedy series set in a community college.
- God’s Not Dead (2014) – A college student must prove the existence of God to his philosophy professor in order to avoid failing.
- Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988) – A comet crashes outside of a small town bringing murderous aliens that look like creepy clowns.
- Lethal Weapon (1-4) – Series of action-thrillers following partners Murtaugh and Riggs as they fight crime and navigate everyday life.
- Minority Report (2002) – An action-thriller set in the future and starring Tom Cruise, where a psychic technology is used to convict murderers before they commit their crimes.
- Nailed It! (Season 4) – Amateur bakers must compete to recreate professional desserts for a prize of $10,000.
- Taxi Driver (1976) – An insomniac takes a job driving an NYC taxi and becomes obsessed with saving the world and more detached from reality.
- The Girl With All The Gifts (2016) – A thriller set in a time when fungal disease eliminated free will and turned people into cannibals. However, an immune child who escapes the safety of a school guides humanity to survival.
- The Hangover (2009) – Four guys head to Las Vegas for a bachelor party, but then wake up the next morning with no memory of what happened the night before. They must piece everything together, find the missing groom and get him back to Los Angeles for his wedding.
- The Iliza Schlesinger Sketch Show (Season 1) – Satires of a reality TV series led by the popular Netflix comedian.
- The Matrix Trilogy – Sci-fi movie franchise that follows Neo who’s trying to find the truth about the Matrix. He risks his life to save mankind from a danger they don’t know exists.
- The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012) – A drama set in 1992, which follows Charlie — a teenager who suffers from depression and dreams of becoming a writer. He is sad when his friends leave for college, and his inner sadness threatens to take over his life.
- The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017) – A psychological thriller based on the story Iphigenia at Aulis by Euripides. A bizarre and metaphorical film that will leave you with the lingering question — what does it all mean?
- Despicable Me (2010) – Super villain Gru’s plan to steal the moon complicates itself as three orphan girls want him to be their dad.
- The Willoughbys (2020) – In Netflix’s newest original animation, The Willoughby children hatch a plan to send their parents on vacation. In the meantime, they venture out into the world and discover the true meaning of family.
- Never Have I Ever (Season 1) – A coming-of-age comedy about an Indian American teenage girl. What’s more, it’s based on Mindy Kaling’s own childhood.
Hopefully, this list will help you cure your boredom during this difficult time. Whatever you decide to watch, Netflix will always be there to help you.
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