Look Forward to These Shows and Movies Coming on Netflix in April 2022

Look Forward to These Shows and Movies Coming on Netflix in April 2022

Netflix already has an exhaustive library, but the streamer plans to add more in April 2022! This coming month, the digital streaming giant has a string of exciting content lined up for the binge-watchers. March was all about true crime shows and big-budget sci-fi movies like The Adam Project. For April, the streaming giant hopes to bring more comedies to the platform. Additionally, there are also quite a number of teen shows that were missing from the March lineup.

Shows coming to Netflix in April 2022. 

Apart from Ozark part 2 arriving next month, here is what else that is coming to Netflix in April 2022. 

April 1

  • A Cinderella Story
  • Abby Hatcher (season 2)
  • Any Given Sunday
  • Argo
  • Blade
  • Blade II
  • Blade: Trinity
  • The Blind Side
  • Blow
  • Bonnie and Clyde (1967)
  • Catch and Release
  • CoComelon (season 5)
  • Delta Farce
  • Eagle Eye
  • Four Brothers
  • Full Metal Jacket
  • Grown Ups
  • Heartland (season 14)
  • Her
  • How to Train Your Dragon
  • Inception
  • Love Actually
  • Molly’s Game
  • Monster-in-Law
  • New York Minute
  • The Nut Job
  • Polly Pocket (season 4-  Part 1: Summer of Fun)
  • Puss in Boots
  • The Rental
  • The Ring
  • Rumor Has It…
  • Saving Private Ryan
  • Sherlock Holmes
  • Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
  • Shrek Forever After
  • Something’s Gotta Give
  • We The Animals
  • Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood
  • Battle: Freestyle: This is a sequel to the Norwegian dance movie, Battle. The movie has been adapted from Maja Lunde’s novel. it follows Amalie and Mikael, two dancers who are elated when they find out their dance team has made it to a dance battle.

  • The Bubble: A group of actors and are actresses are shooting a sequel to an action film inside a hotel during a pandemic. As an April fool’s prank, Netflix first promoted the movie as Cliff Beasts 6: Battle. The film stars Maria Bakalova, Iris Apatow, Fred Armisen, Keegan-Michael Key, Pedro Rascal, and Karen Gillian. 

  • Captain Nova
  • Celeb Five: Behind the Curtain
  • Forever Out of My League 
  • Get Organized with The Home Edit: Season 2
  • The Last Bus
  • Tomorrow 
  • Trivia Quest

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April 4

  • Better Call Saul: The series returns for its fifth season. This season might finally coincide with The Breaking Bad storyline. We will view the transformation of Jimmy McGill into Saul Goodman. Apart from this, there will be a lot of changes. Lalo Salamanca will inherit the family business after Hector’s stroke. 

April 5

  • Ronny Chieng: Speakeasy

April 6

  • Furioza 
  • Green Mother’s Club 
  • Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story 
  • Michela Girand: the Truth, I Swear!
  • The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On: Six different couples test swap partners and test their marriage in this new reality show from Love is Blind creators. Couple, Vanessa, and Nick Lachey will be hosting the show. The couples will test marriages with different partners and will decide to either break their engagement or get married. 

April 7

  • Queen of the South  (Season 5)
  • Return to Space
  • Senzo: Murder of a Soccer Star

April 8

  • Barbie It Takes Two
  • Dancing on Glass 
  • Dirty Lines 
  • Elite: The provocative Spanish teen drama returns for the fifth season with a new mystery. We will follow Isadora and Ivan’s journey this season. Additionally, Guzman may finally have to face the consequences of killing off Ari’s predator. There is still a big question about Ander and Omar’s relationship. 

  • Green Eggs and Ham: Season 2
  • Metal Lords
  • Tiger & Bunny 2 
  • Yaksha: Ruthless Operations: A Korean espionage drama involving a prosecutor and a Black Ops team, set in Shenyang, China. Squid Game’s Park Hae-soo stars in as the prosecutor who comes to Shenyang, the land of spies to monitor the NIS team. But he and the Korean agents find them in a larger conspiracy. The two have to team up together to find a way out. 

April 9

  • My Liberation Notes
  • Our Blues

April 10

  • The Call
  • Nightcrawler

April 12

  • Hard Cell 
  • The Creature Cases 

April 13

  • Almost Happy: Season 2 
  • Our Great National Parks 
  • Smother-in-Law 
  • Today We Fix the World 
  • The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On 

April 14

  • Ultraman: Season 2

April 15

  • One Piece Film Z
  • Strawberry Shortcake Berry in the Big City (season 1)
  • Anatomy of a Scandal:  A political thriller set in Winchester, London. It is based on Sarah Vaughan’s novel of the same name. The drama follows a minister in Parliament, James Whitehouse. He finds his reputation in tatters when he is accused of rape. Soon more tantalizing stories of his personal life come to light. 

  • Choose or Die 
  • Heirs to the Land
  • Mai

April 16

  • LEGO Friends: Girls on a Mission (seasons 1-4)
  • Ouija: Origin of Evil
  • Van Helsing (season 5)
  • Man of God

April 19

  • Battle Kitty
  • Pacific Rim: The Black: Season 2 
  • White Hot: The Rise & Fall of Abercrombie & Fitch

April 20

  • The Marked Heart 
  • Russian Doll: Season 2: Nadia and Alan are in for another time-traveling adventure in this quirky dramedy. Four years after the events of the first season, Nadia and Alan may not have to go through an exasperating time loop again. This time they might go on a time travel adventure. 

  • The Turning Point
  • Yakamoz S-245

April 21

  • All About Gila 
  • He’s Expecting

April 22

  • Along for the Ride: A coming age movie about two insomniacs, Auden and Eli from All The Boys I’ve Loved Before creators. Auden is reserved and academically focused. But a trip to Colby beach may show her what she has missed all her teenage years. So she embarks on this new journey with Eli and embraces a new side of herself. 

  • Heartstopper: Based on the webtoon of the same name, Charlie and Nick find friendship and love. The mega-popular graphic novel about two gay teenagers is finally coming to the screen. This is a classic tale of opposites attracts but is one heartwarming story of bonding during the confusing adolescence years. 

  • Selling Sunset: Season 5: The reality show about real estate agents makes a comeback with a new face. This show has always been more than just showing and selling beautiful homes. After it was revealed that Christine Quinn and Emma Hernan’s ex were the same, fans are eagerly anticipating season 5 to arrive on April 2022 on Netflix.

  • The Seven Lives of Lea 

April 25

  • Big Eyes

April 26

  • David Spade: Nothing Personal 

April 27

  • Bullsh*t The Game Show 
  • The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes:  Marilyn Monroe is still a name that resonates with many. Considered as Hollywood’s diva, her death is shrouded in mystery. Some claim she was murdered, although her death was due to a drug overdose. A documentary exploring the mysteries surrounding the diva’s death using footage and tapes.

  • Silverton Siege

April 28

  • Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles
  • Bubble 

April 29

  • Grace and Frankie: Season 7: Oscar-winner Jane Fonda and Emmy winner Lily Tomlin star in this Netflix sitcom. The two ladies bond over their breakups with their longtime husbands. It focuses on the emotional bond of the characters. After a total of 94 episodes, the series is finally coming to an end.

  • Ozark: Season 4 Part 2: Helen is out of the picture, but now Marty and Wendy have a new adversary in Ruth. Ruth Langmore has been plotting revenge ever since Wendy killed her lover, Ben. But now she means to take over the Byrdes empire as well after her cousin Wyatt is killed. Can the Byrdes make it out time or will it be their end? 

  • Rumspringa

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