With a new month comes tons of new Netflix releases – and it seems the streaming giant has just the tonic for the pending April showers. We’re talking captivating documentaries and plenty of trashy reality series, alongside brand new Netflix Original movies. Read on for our picks of what’s new to Netflix this April.
The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship, TBD
Journalist Mobeen Azhar investigates Britney Spear’s controversial conservatorship, interviewing fans and even visiting the star’s hometown of Kentwood, Louisiana. While the singer’s conservatorship is now finally over, the details of her father’s control over her life remain a hot topic among fans. Streaming date is still TBC.
Get Organized with The Home Edit (S2), April 1
Fans of Mrs Hinch and Stacey Solomon will love Get Organised with the Home Edit – and it’s finally back for a second season. Entering the homes of celebrities and normal folks like ourselves who need a little bit of help with organising their homes, experts Clea and Joanna get to work on creating some of the most visually appealing organisation systems in homes just like our own (and celebrity mansions, of course). Binge-watch from April 1.
The Bubble, April 1
Funnyman Judd Apatow is back with a brand new comedy, starring the likes of Leslie Mann (Knocked Up), Karen Gillan (The Avengers: End Game), Pedro Pascal (Narcos) and Maria Bakalova (Borat Subsequent Moviefilm). The Bubble follows a group of actors filming a movie during the pandemic, as they all quarantine together in the same hotel. Watch it on April 1.
The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On, April 6
Nick and Vanessa Lachey are back (after stirring things up with Love Is Blind) with a brand new and chaotic reality show. Putting true love to the test, in this show, contestants take part with their partners, before splitting up to shack up with another suiter. Will they stick together and get hitched, or call it quits? Let’s just say, we can’t wait to find out. Binge it on April 6.
Our Great National Parks, April 13
Barack Obama narrates a scenic documentary that sheds light on some of the world’s most beautiful national parks, spanning five continents while sharing some of his beloved whit and charm with viewers. From the USA to Africa, Obama will visit the residents (both little and big!) of some of the most mesmerising national parks in the world, whilst sharing the importance of preserving these fascinating places. Watch it on April 13.
Russian Doll (S2), April 20
It’s been three years since Natasha Lyonne’s Russian Doll first graced Netflix – to fan acclaim – but after a long, long wait, it’s finally back for season two. Caught in a time loop that sees her die on her 36th birthday over and over again, Nadia works to figure out why her life has been turned upside down, while facing a new fate even worse than endless death. Binge watch it from April 20.
Selling Sunset (S5), April 22
Expect more drama, luxury and style than ever before – as Selling Sunset and the girls of Oppenheim return for season five. Expect a new face who’ll surely be shaking things up just like last season’s newbies Emma and Vanessa, as well as more juicy details on that unexpected Chrishell and Jason Oppenheim romance. Binge it from April 22.
- Metal Lords, April 8th
- Joker (2019), April 11th
- Choose or Die, April 15th
- Better Call Saul (S6), April 19th
- White Hot: The Rise & Fall of Abercrombie & Fitch
- Along For The Ride, April 22nd
- The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes, April 27th
- Ozark (S4, part 2), April 29th
- Grace & Frankie (S7), April 29th