Netflix is all set with its latest new releases, which will be aired this April. The online service provider will reportedly stream many classic movies and new TV shows this holiday season.
Movie Pilot reported that over 70 new movies and TV shows will be available for streaming in the next month for the Netflix users. The service provider will air many 80’s and 90’s classic films like 2001: A Space Odyssey, Mystic River, The Princess Bride and Boogie Nights.
Further, the latest new movie releases from Netflix include Dolphin Tale, The Running Man, Transporter 3, V for Vendetta, The Shawshank Redemption, Hellion, Erin Brockovich and Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine.
There are reports that the second season of the most popular series, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, will premiere on April 15. Also, other TV series like Special Correspondents, How to Get Away with Murder Season 2, Bob’s Burgers Season 5, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown Season 5, The Fosters Season 3 and Daredevil Season 2 will also be aired on the streaming platform reported The Stashed.
Besides, the streaming platform will air few new TV series like The Mouse, Property Brothers at Home and The Messengers.
IB Times reported that with the latest new releases for movies and TV series, Netflix will also air various documentaries.
“The new slate of Netflix releases for April also features a few notable documentaries,” reported Hollywood Reporter. “Dennis Rodman’s Big Bang in Pyongyang, Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer and Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine will all make their Netflix debut next month.”
Further, Netflix has also announced the list of the movies and TV series, which are leaving the streaming service platform in April 2016.
“As for content that’s leaving Netflix, now is your last chance to watch 101 Dalmatians, Hook and 2 Fast 2 Furious, as they all will go away on April 1,” reported Game Spot. “Other movies leaving in April include Mr. Bean’s Holiday on April 16, Lord of War on April 17 and Half Baked, which, funnily enough, leave on April 20.”
The rest of the collection, which will no longer be available on Netflix, starting next month, includes Around the World in 80 Days: Special Edition, The Devil at 4 o’clock, Pride & Prejudice, Remember Me, Rock Star, The Tale of Despereaux, Throwdown with Bobby Flay Collection: Collection 1, Vanilla Ice Goes Amish season 1, The Vanilla Ice Project seasons 1-4, The Wedding Date, Freakshow season 1 and A Royal Affair.