Netflix has been a true comfort during the pandemic providing us with great content from Tiger King to Bridgerton.
And now they’re releasing more for us to binge!
New films and series of all different kinds: thrillers, romance and documentaries.
Here are a few of our top picks that will be added on to Netflix from Wednesday, April 14. Could one of these be your new favourite go-to show?
Starting off mid-week:
The Circle USA
Coming on Wednesday April 14th with 4 new episodes. If you’ve not watched it yet, it’s about a social experiment and competition where online players flirt, befriend and catfish their way toward $100,000.
Dad STOP embarrassing me!
A comedy Netflix original series about a single working dad struggling to figure out fatherhood after his strong-minded teen daughter moves in with him. Coming Wednesday April 14th, starring Jamie Foxx.
Why Did You Kill Me?
A true crime documentary about 24-year-old Crystal Theobald, and how her family used social media to track down the people who killed her, also coming Wednesday April 14th.
Love and Monsters
Coming on Wednesday April 14th and starring Dylan O’Brien, Love and Monsters is a Netflix original teenage comedy about a boy surviving a monster apocalypse. After finally leaving his cosy underground bunker behind, O’Brien’s character sets out on a quest to reunite with his ex.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is a classic reality tv show where housewife frenemies fight, drink and show the maximum drama of Beverly Hills. Catch up on seasons 1 and 2 already available on the platform, with the next two coming Thursday April 15th.
A thriller film about love and obsession coming Thursday April 15th. After dating a charming cop who turns into an obsessive stalker, will this small-town girl be able to save herself from his deadly ways?
Why Are You Like This
Netflix original series following best friends Mia, Penny and Austin as they negotiate work, fun, hook-ups and wild nights out. A new cynical, comedy tv series out Friday April 16th on Netflix.
Into the Beat
A German teen ballerina discovers hip hop and is faced with an impossible choice: does she follow in her parents’ footsteps or her newfound passion? A teenage romance film coming Friday April 16th this week.