A new series of David Attenborough documentaries and much more.
Of course, every month is a good time to sit and watch some music, but with Game of Thrones, Avengers: Endgame, the Derry Girls finale and lots of new Netflix content to overcome, it's very likely that your ass will never go away on the sofa in the coming weeks!
Speaking of new Netflix content, here are some of the main titles that come to the streaming service in April.
ORIGINAL NETFLIX SERIES
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 2 (April 5th)
Part 2 sees Sabrina exploring her dark side, curious to learn more about her legacy, as she struggles to maintain her friendships in the mortal world.
Quicksand (April 5)
After a tragedy in a school sends the shock waves through a rich Stockholm suburb, a seemingly well-adapted teenager finds himself on trial for murder.
Tijuana (April 5)
When an important politician is murdered in cold blood, intrepid local journalists risk their lives to discover the truth.
Roman Empire: Caligula: The Mad Emperor (5 April)
Once loved by troops and people alike, Caligula upsets Rome by governing with the cruel depravity and depravity that make him infamous.
You vs. Wild (April 10th)
In this series of interactive adventures, you will make key decisions to help Bear Grylls survive, prosper and complete missions in the most difficult environments on Earth.
Black Summer (11 April)
A prequel set in the universe of Z Nation, Black Summer is a new series that introduces all the new characters of every social class. While what remains of the old world order collapses around them, a group of survivors meets the best and worst of humanity in the darkest hours of the Apocalypse Zombi.
Special (12 April)
A homosexual with a mild cerebral palsy decides to rewrite his identity as a victim of an accident and finally pursue the life he wants.
Yankee (April 26)
The story of Edgar Valdez, a young Texan who, instead of going to the university with his friends, decided to cross the Rio Grande to become one of the most bloodthirsty killers in the history of Mexican drug trafficking.
Bonding (24 April)
A university student in New York who works as a tamer as a dominatrix, asks her gay boyfriend to attend high school.
Chambers (arrival in April)
A surviving young infidel becomes consumed by the mystery surrounding the heart that saved her life.
However, the closer he comes to discovering the truth about his donor's sudden death, the more he begins to take on the characteristics of the deceased – some of which are terribly disturbing.
ORIGINAL NETFLIX FILM
Suzzanna: Buried Alive (3 April)
After a pregnant woman is killed, her spirit seeks revenge against her increasingly terrified murderers, who are determined to finally end it.
A Land Imagined (12 April)
A policeman in Singapore investigates the disappearance of a Chinese construction worker who spent sleepless nights playing a mysterious video game.
Unicorn Store (April 5)
Kit (Brie Larson), a dreamer of twenty years, receives an invitation that will satisfy his childhood dreams.
The Perfect Date (12 April)
To save college, Brooks Rattigan creates an app where anyone can pay him to play the perfect boyfriend for any occasion.
The Silence (12 April)
When the world is under attack from terrifying creatures that hunt their human prey with sound, sixteen-year-old Ally Andrews (Kiernan Shipka) – who lost her hearing at age 13 – and her family seek refuge in a remote haven . But they discover a sinister cult that is eager to exploit Ally's keen senses.
To Fortunate Man (April 19)
A gifted engineer escapes his austere roots to pursue wealth and success between the elite of Copenhagen, but the pride that drives him is likely to be his downfall.
Music teacher (April 19)
Burned by his past, a city teacher with emotional distress risks everything he has to reconnect with a formerly famous former student.
Aurora (April 25th)
A deadly shipwreck pushes an innkeeper and his sister to recover the bodies of the missing victims, until the dead come to seek shelter.
ORIGINAL NETFLIX DOCUMENTARIES
Our Planet (April 5)
Exhilarating images and extraordinary footage of rarely seen animals mix with gloomy truths about the impact of humanity on habitats and species on the planet. It seems incredible.
ReMastered: Devil at the Crossroads (April 26)
Robert Johnson was one of the most influential blues guitarists of all time. Even before his premature death, fans wondered if he had made a pact with the devil.
Brené Brown: The Call to Courage (April 19)
The best-selling author Brené Brown talks about what it takes to choose courage about comfort in a culture defined by scarcity, fear and uncertainty.
Grass is Greener (April 20)
He lit up jazz and hip-hop and lit a war on drugs full of racial injustice. Experts explore the complicated American relationship with the grass.
Street Food (April 26)
From the creators of Chef's Table, Street Food takes viewers to some of the world's most vibrant cities to explore the rich culture of street food around the world. The first season explores nine countries across Asia, from stalls of street vendors in Singapore to food carts in India.
The Jurassic Park Trilogy (April 16th)
The Incredible Hulk (April 17)
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (April 18)
The Fugitive – (April 15)
This is 40 – (17 April)
Drifting – (22 April)
The Mask of Zorro – (April 1)
This is the end – (1 April)
Cruel Intentions – (April 1)
Clic – (1 April)
War Dogs – (April 8th)
Bridget Jones & # 39; Diary – (April 17)
Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason – (April 17)
Selvaggi – (April 17th)
The Lorax by Dr. Seuss – (April 17th)
Baywatch – (April 25th)