Published Mar 31, 2016Sure, we all get plenty of use out of our Netflix accounts, but that's no longer the only option for streaming TV and movies in Canada. There are currently two other services battling out for our undivided attention: Shomi and Crave TV. Here's what's coming to Crave TV in the month of April.
There are a handful of excellent choices for music fans, most notably Colin Hanks' Tower Records documentary All Things Must Pass, which lands on April 1.
There's also the Frank Sinatra mini-series All or Nothing at All and the Eric Clapton documentary Planes, Trains and Eric, both of which arrive on April 8. To diversify the music spread even further, you can also enjoy Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg in the 2000 tour doc The Up in Smoke Tour, which arrives, fittingly, on April 20.
Comedy fans will have plenty to dig into as well, as the first (and only) season of Hannibal Buress's Why? will land on April 8. There are also a pair of comedy specials, with T.J. Miller's No Real Reason landing on April 15 and Amy Schumer's Live at the Apollo coming on April 29.
Other interesting choices include the short-guy documentary S&M: Short & Male (April 1), the Evel Knievel doc Being Evel (April 8) and Amy Berg's Mormon exposé Prophet's Prey (April 22).
Finally, there's a great deal of TV hitting the service, including season 1 of Casual (April 1), season 3 of Gold Rush (April 8), seasons 1 and 2 of Looking (April 15), season 3 of Deadbeat (April 20), season 10 of The X-Files, season 1 of Killjoys (April 29) and seasons 1 and 2 of The Comeback (April 29).