What’s new on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon in April

FAN Editor
  • From classic movies to original series, these are the new, notable titles on popular streaming services.

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  • New episodes of the weekly half-hour topical series are streaming every Sunday.

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  • Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) will sail into your streaming queue this month.

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  • Now is as good a time as any to revisit the family flick about a bullied teen (Ralph Macchio) who trains with a martial arts master.

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  • A couple fights a demonic presence in their home in this creepy movie, which launched a chilling franchise.

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  • Don’t miss the Al Pacino drug cartel classic when it arrives on streaming this month.

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  • The romantic tension between Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender is palpable in this adaptation of the Charlotte Brontë novel.

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  • This heart-wrenching beauty shop drama, starring Sally Field, Dolly Parton, and Julia Roberts is a tearjerker.

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  • Sissy Spacek is a bullied teen with terrifying powers in Stephen King’s classic horror tale.

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  • Stream the special concert staging of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s iconic rock opera a day after it airs on NBC. John Legend, Sara Bareilles, and Alice Cooper round out the star-studded cast.

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  • The critically acclaimed drama earned actor Willem Dafoe best supporting actor nominations at the 2018 Academy Awards, Golden Globes, SAG Awards, and BAFTA Awards.

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  • Next up on his Netflix original interview series, the former late-night host sits down with hip-hop legend Jay-Z for a lesson in flow, music history, and the criminal justice system.

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  • The series adaptation of the Oscar-nominated animated film premieres on Netflix this month.

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  • Dave Franco and “Broad City” star Abbi Jacobson are siblings in this Netflix original film about a sister trying to find a heroin detox center for her addict brother.

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  • Can a 2011 Pontiac minivan leave a Porsche GT3 in its dust? Each hour-long episode of this new series follows three souped-up “sleeper cars” as they go head-to-head with supercars.

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  • Psychedelic pioneer and “Be Here Now” author Ram Dass is the focus of this Netflix original documentary on death and deepening spiritual practice.

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  • A teenage basketball phenom navigates the under-the-table world of amateur athletics in this Netflix original flick.

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  • It’s the beginning of the end. The final season of Zooey Deschanel’s quirky, cute sitcom is here.

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  • The latest classic series to get the reboot treatment, this modern reimagining of the 1960s sci-fi series makes its Netflix debut this month.

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  • Martin Sheen, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Danny Glover star in this Netflix original film. Ejiofor takes on renowned pastor Carlton Pearson as he faces a crisis of faith.

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  • Foodies will gobble up this four-part documentary series on the most renowned pastry chefs in the world.

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  • “Lost” actor Titus Welliver is homicide Detective Harry Bosch in this Emmy-nominated Amazon Prime original series, which returns with new episodes this month.

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  • Take your little ones on some scientific adventures with the help of this family-friendly animated show.

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  • Comedy couple Natasha Leggero and Moshe Kasher crack jokes about family, relationships and more as they prepare for parenthood in this trio of stand-up specials.

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  • A dying photographer and his estranged son reunite for a road trip in this Netflix original film featuring Ed Harris, Jason Sudeikis, and Elizabeth Olsen.

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  • Children who can’t get enough of the “Spy Kids” film franchise will be happy to hear it’s now an animated Netflix series.

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  • This Netflix original documentary reveals the remarkable story of women who were tested for spaceflight by NASA in 1961 but didn’t make the cut because of their gender.

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  • The “Kevin Can Wait” actor delivers the laughs in his first stand-up comedy special in 17 years.

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  • Hulu’s Emmy-winning drama series is back. Offred (Elisabeth Moss) is pregnant and fights to free her future child from the horrors of Gilead.

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  • Celebrate wedding season with this new comedy centering around a middle-class father (Adam Sandler) who wants to pay for his daughter’s wedding despite prodding from the groom’s much-wealthier dad (Chris Rock).

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  • History buffs will want to stream this four-part docuseries about the late politician, featuring rare and never-before-seen archival footage.

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  • Missing football season? This Amazon original series profiles the Dallas Cowboys’ 2017 season.

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  • This Hulu original documentary dives into the evolution of this iconic toy over the past six decades.

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