With what’s going on in the world, we need TV more than ever. Mostly cause we’re needed indoors now more than ever.

With plenty of time at home, it’s definitely the best time to catch up on television and streaming services are offering a hefty variety of them to go around. We don’t know when all this is going to blow over but for now, here are some new series making their way to streaming services in April.

1. “Money Heist : Part 4”


First up, “Money Heist” or as it is known in its native tongue “La casa de papel” which translates to “House of Paper”. This critically acclaimed Spanish heist crime drama is one of the most watched series on Netflix and it’s easy to see why. It’s great! If you haven’t gotten the chance to check it out, you got all the time to do so right now and if you’re a returning viewer, have fun.

“Money Heist” season 4 is scheduled to premiere on Netflix on 3rd April 2020.

2. “#blackAF”

This new mockumentary series looks like it’s gonna be pretty funny. Created by and starring Kenya Barris, the series centers on a man who takes a different and honest approach to parenting as his daughter films everything.

“#blackAF” is scheduled to premiere on Netflix on 17th April 2020.

3. “Never Have I Ever”

This new series is a coming of age comedy that will focus on the life of an Indian-American teenage girl and it’s inspired by the early life of producer Mindy Kaling… This is going to be interesting.

“Never Have I Ever” is scheduled to premiere on Netflix on 27th April 2020.


4. “Mrs. America”

Hulu is offering some pretty cool line-ups next month. One of them is the Cate Blanchett starring “Mrs. America” as part of the new “FX on Hulu” showcase. This miniseries centers around the true story of the movement to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. Set in the backdrop of the culture wars of the 1970s, Cate Blanchett plays conservative woman Phyllis Schlafy, a vocal opponent of the women’s liberation movement.

“Mrs. America” is scheduled to premiere on Hulu on 15th April 2020.

5. “What We Do In The Shadows” Season 2

Staten Island’s lamest vampires are back with a second season. This mockumentary series centering around four vampires housemates who have lived together for hundreds of years. This may very well resonate with how some people are feeling at the moment.

“What We Do In The Shadows” season 2 is scheduled to premiere on Hulu on 16th April 2020.

6. “I Know This Much Is True”

This HBO original stars Mark Ruffalo and Mark Ruffalo (And no, that’s not a typo). Ruffalo play Dominick and Thomas Birdsey in this limited series that looks like it could tug at your heart strings and earn Mark Ruffalo and Emmy.

“I Know This Much is True” is scheduled to premiere on HBO on 27th April 2020.

7. “Atlanta’s Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children”

This documentary series will tackle one of the biggest mysteries in American crime. Between 1979-1981, at least 30 African American children and young adults disappeared or were murdered in Atlanta. Although 23-year-old Raymond Williams was prosecuted for two of the crimes, the other cases were closed. This series looks like it’s gonna raise some new questions in regards to the cases and it’s going to be something to pay attention to.

“Atlanta’s Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children” is scheduled to premiere on HBO on 5th April 2020.

8. “Insecure” Season 4

This Emmy nominated comedy-drama series is returning for a fourth season to tackle what it means to be an African American female in Los Angeles. Written by Issa Rae and based on her own web series, “Awkward Black Girl”, “Insecure”‘s fourth season looks like it’s going to offer plenty of laughs and insight.

“Insecure” season 4 is scheduled to premiere on HBO on 12th April 2020.

9. “Defending Jacob”

Now, we’re moving on to Apple TV+ with “Defending Jacob”. This Chris Evans starring crime drama series based on a New York Times best-seller follows the story of a family dealing with the accusation that their 14 year old son may be a murderer. “Defending Jacob” looks like a crime drama that would keep you glued to your seat and we can’t wait to see what unfolds in the story.

“Defending Jacob” is scheduled to premiere on Apple TV+ 24th April 2020.

10. “Home Before Dark”

This mystery drama follows a precocious girl who moves to a lakeside town with her father, whose had a history with the town. While there, she unearths a cold case in which everyone in town, including her own father, tried to bury. Based on the life of young journalist Hilde Lysiak, this definitely has some “Stranger Things”, “Twin Peaks” and even some Nancy Drew vibes.

“Home Before Dark” is scheduled to premiere on Apple TV+ on 3rd April 2020.

11. “Bosch”

“Bosch” is back on Amazon Prime Video for a sixth season and cop show connoisseur’s can gleefully rejoice. Created by Michael Connelly, theseries centers on Los Angeles detective Harry Bosch and it’s everything you can expect from a cop drama. Maybe you should recommend this one to your dad.

“Bosch” is scheduled to premiere on Amazon Prime Video on 17th April 2020.

12. “Tales From The Loop”

“Tales from the Loop”, based on the eponymous art book by Simon Stålenhag looks like it could be one of the most innovative sci-fi works to come out of television. Revolving around a machine built to unlock and explore the mysteries of the universe, this one looks like a real thinker.

“Tales from the Loop” is scheduled to premiere on Amazon Prime Video on 3rd April 2020.

Source: What’s on Netflix

Here are some honorable mentions that deserve some attention.


  • “Sunderland Till I Die” is scheduled to premiere on 1st April 2020.
  • “Brews Brothers” is scheduled to premiere on 10th April 2020.
  • “The Outer Banks” is scheduled to premiere on 15th April 2020.
  • “Too Hot To Handle” is scheduled to premiere on 17th April 2020.

Apple TV+:

  • “Home” is scheduled to be released on 17th April 2020


  • “Run” is scheduled to premiere on 12th April 2020.
  • “Entre Hombre” is scheduled to premiere on 19th April 2020.
  • “Shadows” Season 3 is scheduled to premiere on 20th April 2020.
  • “We’re Here” is scheduled to premiere on 23rd April 2020.

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