9 Binge-Worthy Shows & Must-See Movies You Need to Stream This April

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 2

No matter what the season is (hello, spring!), Netflix bingeing (or any kind of streaming) never goes out of style. Plus, you wouldn't want to miss out on all the great additions this April (some which we've been anxiously awaiting) just because a little nice weather is coming our way.



Sometimes searching through all those movies and TV series can be tiresome, so here's a list of the best of the best coming to Netflix and Amazon Prime

April 1

The Ranch

This is a new Netflix original with blasts from the past Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson -- as, wait for it, brothers! The comedy takes on the realness of life after things just don't go as planned.

But until then you can find them "hacking" the Netflix Insta account. As you do.

Something's Gotta Give

What happens when the guy you're dating falls for your mom? Find out in this fan-favorite flick, starring Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton, that Netflix is finally adding to its line-up. 

Erin Brockovich

We can all agree that this journey of a single mother, who sets out on an environmental take-down -- hellbent on bringing the power company responsible for California's pollution to justice -- is a must-see. Thanks, Netflix.

You've Got Mail

As they skeptically embrace the digital age, bookstore owners Kathleen (Meg Ryan) and Joe (Tom Hanks) find each other through the Internet. But, of course, there's an ironic catch. Watch this timeless throwback on Amazon Prime to relive some '90s nostalgia.

April 12

Mad Max (Amazon Prime)

Amazon Prime is queuing up this Academy Award-winning feminist flick, set in the post-apocalyptic era, in which Furiosa (Charlize Theron) has to be out for blood in order to find her way back home. Why not make like it's Oscar night and have a viewing party!

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April 15

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (season 2) 

Made of spirit and optimism (even after spending half of her life in a cult), Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) comes back to Netflix for another round at navigating the "concrete jungle" -- and is more determined than ever to live her life to the fullest. We think some Pinot by Titus is in order to celebrate the occasion.

April 16

How To Get Away With Murder (season 2)

It's like a more grown up, real-life game of Clue. Every episode is a mystery in the life of attorney and professor Annalise Keating (Viola Davis). Relive (or watch for the first time -- we're jealous!) all the twists and turns on Netflix.

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April 27

Begin Again

Gretta (Kiera Knightley) makes the mistake of following her boyfriend, who just landed a record deal (nooo, run girl!) to New York. But don't worry if you have to wait until it streams on Netflix to discover what happens -- there may or may not be an always-adorable Mark Ruffalo waiting in the wings. 

April 27

The Fosters (season 3)

Go to Netflix to watch Lena (Sherri Saum) and Stef (Teri Polo) navigate through the chaos that only comes with a house full of teenagers, each one growing into his or her own. It's the ultimate family drama.


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