See what’s streaming in April


You can once again keep up with the Kardashians, as they have apparently missed the reality-show life. The family is returning to the small screen with a new Hulu docuseries. It’s part of what’s streaming in April.


Updated 2:32 PM ET, Thu March 31, 2022

You can once again keep up with the Kardashians, as they have apparently missed the reality-show life. The family is returning to the small screen with a new Hulu docuseries. It’s part of what’s streaming in April.


A look at some of the shows and movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and Disney+ in April.

“Better Nate Than Ever”: Teen Nate longs to star on Broadway, but when he isn’t cast in the school play, he and his best friend Libby sneak off for an adventure in the Big Apple. (Disney+)

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“Ozark” Season 4 part II – It’s time to bid goodbye to the Byrde family. The final episodes should (hopefully) reveal whether or not they get away with their many dastardly deeds. (Netflix)

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“Hardy Boys”: When a Bridgeport classmate mysteriously disappears, the young Hardy boys drop their new normal routine and get back to detective work. (Hulu)

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“Heartstopper”: When gentle Charlie and rugby-loving Nick meet at secondary school, they quickly discover that their unlikely friendship is blossoming into something more. (Netflix)

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“Scrat Tales”: This series of six all-new animated shorts star Scrat, the hapless saber-toothed squirrel from “Ice Age,” as he experiences the ups and downs of fatherhood. (Disney+)


“Polar Bear”: Narrated by two-time Academy Award nominee Catherine Keener, this film tells the story of a new mother trying to navigate the increasingly challenging world that polar bears face today. (Disney+)

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“Laura Pausini – Pleased to Meet You”: One of the most highly regarded Italian artists in the world makes her cinematic debut on a film that revolves around her personal story. (Prime)

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“Along for the Ride”: Based on a novel by novel Sarah Dessen, a young woman spending the summer with her father and her new family, makes friends with a fellow insomniac who helps her explore the town. (Netflix)

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“Do Re Mi: Birdie Bowl Sing-Along”: Dance and sing along with best birdie friends Do, Re and Mi and their friends in this music concert celebration. (Prime)

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“Russian Doll” Season 2: Natasha Lyonne stars as Nadia Vulvokov in the new season set four years as she continues to explore existential thematics through an often humorous and sci-fi lens. (Netflix)


“Balthazar” Season 4: Seven months after the tragic events at the end of Season 3, everything has changed for Paris forensic pathologist Raphaël Balthazar (Tomer Sisley). His police officer partner, friend, and soul mate, Hélène Bach is gone, his wife is in prison awaiting trial and he is partying harder than ever. (Acorn TV)

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“The Bubble”: Flying dinosaurs and shenanigans factor into this comedy about a group of actors stuck inside a pandemic bubble at a hotel attempting to complete a sequel to an action franchise film. (Netflix)

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“Hard Cell”: This documentary-style comedy, set in a fictional female prison, features creator and writer Catherine Tate playing multiple characters. (Netflix)


“Grace and Frankie” Season 7: Lily Tomlin is back as Frankie and Jane Fonda as Grace in the final season of this comedy series about two women who form an unusual bond after their husbands leave them for each other. (Netflix)

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“Sketchbook”: This docuseries takes audiences onto the desks and into the lives of talented artists and animators. Each episode focuses on a single artist providing instruction on how to draw a single iconic character from a Walt Disney Animation Studios film. (Disney+)

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“Woke” Season 2: Cartoonist Keef Knight is now a popular activist on the rise, but he’s facing a world where “woke” has become big business. But can he and his friends bring about real change or just the money? (Hulu)

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“The Croods: Family Tree”: Come and frolic with the Croods in this family-friendly fare, focused on beloved characters. (Hulu)


“A Very British Scandal”: From the creators of “A Very English Scandal,” this series focuses on the divorce of the Duke and Duchess of Argyll, one of the most famous legal cases of the 20th Century. (Prime)

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“Anatomy of a Scandal”: A combination psychological thriller and courtroom drama, this series centers around Britain’s elite caught up in scandal. (Netflix)

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“Luxe Listings Sydney” Season 2: This series follows four elite agents as they negotiate multi-million-dollar deals in in the extremely competitive market of Sydney, Australia.(Prime)

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“Verdict”: A renowned criminal attorney takes on a shocking case that places her in the middle of a trap that involves the leader of the largest criminal faction of Brazil. (Prime)

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“The Outlaws”: A group of strangers begin community service sentences, renovating a rundown building. But a criminal mistake will unite them in ways they hadn’t thought possible. (Prime)

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“Bang Bang Baby”: Set in Milan in the 1980s, this series revolves around a shy teen who finds herself in a very different life when she discovers her father isn’t actually dead, but a crime boss. (Prime)

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