Here's Everything Coming to Netflix in April 2018
And everything that's leaving, too
Published Mar 20, 2018If you can survive whatever hairbrained hijinks your friends have planned for April 1, you'll be rewarded with a full month of new streamable content on Netflix. Today, we get the full rundown on all the stuff hitting our idiot boxes next month.
On April 13, the long-awaited Lost in Space reboot will launch its first season. The show stars Toby Stephens, Molly Parker and Parker Posey. Other shows launching include Fastest Car (April 6), Part 2 of Money Heist (April 6), Troy: Fall of a City (April 6), The Alienist (April 19), Season 2 of Dope (April 20, get it?), The Letdown (April 21), Season 2 of 3% (April 27) and Superstition (April 29).
There are plenty of shows that will deliver weekly episodes on the service, including The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (April 1), Black Lightning (April 1), Season 3 of Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments (April 4), Dynasty (April 7) and Season 2 of Riverdale (April 19). Further, David Letterman's My Next Guest Needs No Introduction will drop its Jay-Z episode on April 6.
Of course, Netflix isn't just planning its world domination through TV shows. There are plenty of original films set to drop this month. They include 6 Balloons (April 6), Amateur (April 6), Orbiter 9 (April 6), The 4th Company (April 6), Pickpockets (April 12), Come Sunday (April 13), I Am Not an Easy Man (April 13), Dude (April 20), Kodachrome (April 20), Psychokinesis (April 25), Candy Jar (April 27) and Adam Sandler's The Week Of (April 27).
There are also stand-up comedy specials on the way from Fary, Greg Davies, married couple Natasha Leggero and Moshe Kasher and Kevin James. And don't forget documentaries, including Ram Dass: Going Home (April 6), Chef's Table: Pastry (April 13), Mercury 13 (April 20) and Bobby Kennedy for President (April 27).
Normally, we'd skip over the kids' section on account of our readers being overwhelmingly adult, but there's one thing we need to tell you. Brace yourselves — The Boss Baby is becoming a television series. Yes, The Boss Baby: Back in Business will release its first season on April 6. Expect to be done binging it by April 8 at the latest.
As for the non-exclusives, Netflix will drop streams of By the Sea (April 1), Ride Along 2 (April 1), Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted (April 1), The Killing of a Sacred Deer (April 5), The Florida Project (April 6), The Nice Guys (April 9) and The Conjuring 2 (April 30).
You better have a Will Smith double feature in the next few days, because both Hancock and Hitch are leaving Netflix on April 1. Other movies set to vanish on April 1 include Our Brand Is Crisis and Black Mass. All six seasons of American Dad are going bye-bye on April 17, and Tropic Thunder will disappear on April 19.