It’s March 31 and that, of course, means we are only one day away from getting a new batch of TV shows and movies on Netflix.
Here’s a look some old classics, original shows and recent blockbusters hitting the streaming platform in April.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return
It’s been 20 years the classic comedy series first went off the air, but the premise—comedians watching terrible B-movies and providing live commentary—remains as fresh as every.
Documentary Now!: Season 2
Documentary Now remains one of TV’s weirdest and funniest shows. In each episode, Fred Armisen and Bill Hader parody a documentary or docuseries (like this clip sending up Chef’s Table) in the most absurd ways possible.
Bill Nye Saves the World: Season 1
Bill Nye’s new show promises to “tackle a topic from a scientific point of view, dispelling myths, and refuting anti-scientific claims that may be espoused by politicians, religious leaders or titans of industry.” It should be controversial and a lot of fun.
It’s not Christopher Nolan’s best well-known film, but if you’re fan of the revolutionary filmmaker, it’s still a twisting, mind-bending, visually-stunning epic.
Queen of Katwe
Based on the true story of a real-life missionary and a chess prodigy, Queen of Katwe is an inspiring look at faith, hard work and hope.
Steven Spielberg’s classic WWII drama remains one of the great historical epics ever created.
Dear White People: Season 1
Based on the breakout film, the show offers a funny, biting look at race in America. (Warning, the trailer contains some strong language.)
OK, so it’s not exactly a classic, but if you’re looking for a dose of ’90s nostalgia, look no further than the sports comedy starring John Candy.
The Get Down Part II
The epic look at the history of hip-hop returns.
Kubo and the Two Strings
Even if it’s only to experience the jaw-dropping animation, Kubo and the Two Strings is worth the watch.