Binge-Worthy Series Coming To Netflix This April

April is in a few days, which means a lot of new and exciting shows are popping up and glueing us to our sofas. We’ve handpicked a few shows that we reckon you shouldn’t miss out on – or if you need to add to your list of  ‘to-watch’, what are you waiting for? Scroll down!

Prank Encounters: Season 2

Available 1st April 2021

Out on April Fool’s Day, host Gaten Matarazzo pulls the strings on a new season of elaborate pranks involving everything from haunted mansions to ancient burial grounds. Yikes! This is definitely some next level pranking show.

The Wedding Coach

Available 4th April 2021

Weddings are a beautiful cause for celebration, but planning one is far from a walk in the park. After barely making it down the aisle of her own wedding, comedian Jamie Lee is on a hilarious, heartwarming mission to help six engaged couples overcome the stressful real-life challenges that pop up before and on the big day.

Dad Stop Embarrassing Me!

Available 14th April 2021

Enjoy a lighthearted comedy, starring Jamie Foxx as a single dad and cosmetics brand owner who figures out fatherhood on the fly when his strong-minded teen daughter moves in with him.


Available 21st April 2021

Is being invisible your go-to answer when someone asks ‘what super-power would you have?’ Sit tight as we watch a shy teen with the extraordinary power to turn invisible joins the fight to defend his poor neighbourhood despite wanting to escape to pursue his dream.

Shadow and Bone

Available 23rd April 2021

The Shadow Fold, to destroy it, we need a miracle.

Dark forces conspire against orphan mapmaker Alina Starkov when she unleashes an extraordinary power that could change the fate of her war-torn world.


Available 27th April 2021

Fatma (35), an ordinary cleaning lady, commits an unexpected murder while searching for her missing husband, Zafer, who was just released from jail.

Zafer’s dodgy underground associates soon find out what she did, and the only way for her to survive in this man’s world is to continue killing. She gets away with it too – since no one takes her to be more than an ordinary cleaner, she becomes an invisible killer. In the end, murder becomes a release for the years of struggle and grief that she had repressed, and a new part of her identity she must confront.

The Innocent

Available 30th April 2021

An accidental killing leads a man down a dark hole of intrigue and murder. Just as he finds love and freedom, one phone call brings back the nightmare.