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30 Mar

Movies and TV Shows You Have to Watch Now

April is across the corner. A recent month means spring is officially here, the season is blooming and a recent set of films and TV shows shall be released on Netflix. From documentary series to comedy specials, the streaming service has something for everybody.

WWD has rounded up what to observe on Netflix in April.

“Mo’Nique: My Name Is Mo’Nique”

Stream April 4

Oscar winner and comedy star Mo’Nique is here to deliver laughs on this Netflix original stand-up special. The comedian spills all her life dirt on this special, from staring down a racist teacher to her grandmother’s sex advice. No topic is off-limits.

Mo’Nique in “My Name Is Mo’Nique.”


“The Signing”

Stream April 4

On this reality competition series, young artists must impress Latin music legends in hopes of receiving a record deal. The panel of judges includes Rauw Alejandro, Nicki Nicole and Yandel.

“Lewis Capaldi: How I’m Feeling Now”

Stream April 5

Singer Lewis Capaldi has had a whirlwind profession featuring chart-topping singles and five headline tours. The documentary follows the singer as he tries to grapple with normalcy and fame while returning to his roots in his family home of Scotland. Fans will get an inside have a look at the singer’s life.

The Poster for “Lewis Capaldi: How I’m Feeling Now.”


Stream April 6

Ali Wong and Steven Yeun come together on this comedy-drama series produced by A24. The show chronicles two strangers who get right into a road rage incident and cause a giant response. Lee Sung Jin created and executive-produced the series. He credits a driver who yelled at him in traffic three years ago for uplifting the script.


Stream April 7

For fans of biopics, Gillian Jacobs and Cory Michael Smith star on this series based on a journalist who organizes the secure passage out of France to the U.S. for hundreds of refugees in peril of losing their lives. Stills from the film show loads of interesting period costumes sure to catch the attention of fashion lovers.

“Florida Man”

Stream April 13

Édgar Ramírez, known for enjoying Gianni Versace in “American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace,” has found a recent role as an ex-cop dragged into one other case. Ramírez plays Mike Valentine on this limited series.

“The Last Kingdom: Seven Kings Must Die”

Stream April 14

A movie sequel to the flagship historical drama series is arriving on Netflix. Within the wake of King Edward’s death, Uhtred of Bebbanburg and his comrades adventure across a fractured kingdom in an try and unite England.

“Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & At all times”

Stream April 19

For the ‘90s kids who grew up with the long-running Power Rangers franchise, the unique actors from “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” reunite for this thirtieth anniversary special. David Yost, who played the unique Blue Ranger, and Walter Emanuel Jones, who played the unique Black Ranger, are set to return together with other former solid members.

“A Tourist’s Guide to Love”

Stream April 27

Director Steven Tsuchida takes a distinct approach to the rom-com genre with this recent film. A travel executive suffers a breakup and goes undercover to learn in regards to the tourist industry in Vietnam. She finally ends up finding a romantic spark along with her Vietnamese tour guide.

Scott Ly as Sinh and Rachael Leigh Cook as Amanda in “A Tourist’s Guide to Love.”

Sasidis Sasisakulporn/Netflix

“Firefly Lane”

Stream April 27

Part two of season two of the drama series based on the novel of the identical name finally debuts this April. After part one debuted in December, fans eagerly anticipated how the ultimate season of the show will end. Katherine Heigl, Sarah Chalke, Ben Lawson and Jon-Michael Ecker return to conclude the show.

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