Netflix releases April 2021 , what to watch in late spring? From classic TV series to brand new movies that have found their way into the platform’s premieres, this month is packed with top-notch documentaries and comedies. But there are some who have been able to stand out.
Netflix knows how to give you the best content on the market. The originals Thunder Force and The Appearance of Things are among the highlights of the film section. Among the series stand out Zero and Dad, do not embarrass me! But there is much more to discover. Browse the catalog and enjoy your favorite shows!
Netflix releases April 2021: TV series
While the dominance of superhero movie franchises can be annoying (but not!), It’s interesting that Italy has its own too. Zero is a homegrown TV series that tells of a young man who has to overcome his shyness to save his neighborhood when he acquires the power to become invisible.
In Papa, don’t embarrass me! A single father and owner of a cosmetics brand discovers paternity when his teenage daughter moves into his home. Created by Jamie Foxx and starred by her real daughter, Corinne Foxx, the series is based on their dynamic relationship. It’s an eight-episode sitcom and is set to be a smash hit!
- 01 April 2021
Prank Encounters – Thrilling jokes
Clothes tell (season 1)
- 02 April 2021
The Serpent (miniserie)
- 07 April 2021
Fast Cash (Station 1)
- April 14, 2021
Dad, don’t embarrass me! (season 1)
- April 18, 2021
Luis Miguel (season 2)
- April 21, 2021
Zero (season 1)
- April 23, 2021
Darkness and Bones (season 1)
- April 28, 2021
Sexify (season 1)
- April 30, 2021
Suburbia Killer (stagione 1)
Films coming out on Netflix in April 2021
In a world terrified of crime, a woman developed the process of giving superpowers to ordinary people. But when scientist Emily Stanton accidentally gave her best friend Lydia incredible skills, the two women are suddenly forced to become the world’s first superhero team. Now it’s up to Thunder Force to fight off the super-powerful criminals and save Chicago from The King’s clutches. This star-studded comedy (Octavia Spencer, Melissa McCarthy and Bobby Cannavale) is an absolute must for the month of April.
In The Appearance of Things , Catherine Clare (Amanda Seyfried) reluctantly trades her life in 1980s Manhattan for a remote home in the tiny New York village of Chosen after her husband, George (James Norton) gets a job as an art history teacher. Although she does her best to turn the old dairy into a place where young daughter Franny can be happy, Catherine finds herself increasingly isolated and alone. She soon comes to sense a certain darkness lurking, both within the walls of the dilapidated property and within her marriage to George.
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