Netflix released this Wednesday (23) the complete list of productions arriving in April on streaming. In addition to premieres and new seasons of series, the service will receive new films, documentaries and anime.
Among Netflix releases are new episodes of Sweet Tooth, Welcome to Eden and national comedy The mother-in-law who gave birth to you. In terms of films, the highlight of the month is the release of the 30th anniversary special of the franchise. power Rangers.
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Netflix releases in April 2023
- war sailor (April 2nd)
In the midst of World War II, two sailors face dire situations on a Norwegian ship as they struggle to survive.
- music stars (April 4)
In this reality show, young Latin artists need to impress music industry legends such as Lex Borrero, Tainy and Alejandro Rauw, to try to land a contract that will change their lives.
- bullshit (April 6th)
A traffic misunderstanding between two strangers (a bankrupt contractor and a frustrated businesswoman) starts a fight that brings dark impulses to the surface.
- The Divorce Lawyer (April 8)
After a tragedy in his personal life, a pianist becomes a family lawyer and does everything for the victory of his clients in divorce cases.
- The Mother-in-law Who Gave You – Season 2 (April 12)
Fresh out of prison, Isadir returns to his family, ready to make friends, date and find new ways to upset Carlos and Alice.
- Most Wanted: The Boston Marathon Bombing (April 12th)
Archive footage, chilling reenactments and exclusive interviews take a fresh look at the tragedy and the two brothers who shocked a town.
- queenmaker (April 14th)
Her job is to hush up the scandals of the rich and powerful. But a crisis of conscience makes her try to elect a lawyer and activist as the new mayor of Seoul.
- how to get rich (April 18th)
Do we control money or does it control us? Financial expert Ramit Sethi works with people across the US to teach them how to achieve wealth.
- The Chimpanzee Empire (April 19th)
A community of chimpanzees lives in a Ugandan forest, facing complex social politics and family dynamics, as well as territorial disputes.
- The Diplomat (April 20th)
In the midst of an international crisis, a career diplomat tries to balance her new post as ambassador to the United Kingdom and the turmoil of her marriage to a famous politician.
- supermoms – Season 7 (April 26)
In the final season, Kate and her friends seek a balance between professional success and personal fulfillment. It’s not easy, but keeping a good mood always helps.
- Sweet Tooth – Season 2 (April 27)
A very special deer boy named Gus tries to help his new hybrid friends escape the Last Men before it’s too late.
- Bem welcome to Eden – Season 2 (Coming soon)
With new threats on the island and no way to escape, the rebellion fights for freedom. Astrid puts her plans for New Eden into action.
- Lewis Capaldi: How I’m Feeling Now (April 5th)
This intimate documentary chronicles Lewis Capaldi’s journey, from his first viral video to his rise to Grammy-nominated pop star.
- My Friend Lutcha (April 7th)
While visiting family in Mexico, a lonely boy befriends a mythical creature and together they embark on a grand adventure.
- Hunger for Success (April 8)
A young cook faces her own limits after being invited to learn from a famous and insufferable chef.
- Seven Kings Must Die (April 14th)
After the death of King Edward, Uhtred of Bebbanburg and his companions venture across a divided kingdom in hopes of finally uniting England.
- Power Rangers: Now and Forever (April 19th)
Rita Repulsa is back, and only the Power Rangers can match her! But after 30 years, can they still save the world?
- Travel Guide to Love (April 21)
In Vietnam for work, a travel agent meets a fearless guide who shows her the bright side of a life of adventure.