For many of us, the first few weeks of April will feel excruciatingly long as we wait for “Avengers: Endgame” to drop on the 24th. But no worries, here are a few great TV shows you could start binging on in the meantime.
The Twilight Zone
April 1st, 2019
Jordan Peele became one of the most talked about filmmakers on the planet after his debut “Get Out” took the world by storm in 2017. And although his new horror movie “Us” is currently doing the same, it confirms our assumptions that this will easily be one of the most enchanting series of the year. With Peele as the narrator, this new version has an impossibly packed cast of exciting performers including Kumail Nanjiani, John Cho, Zazie Beetz, Sanaa Lathan, Steven Yeun, and Rhea Seehorn for starts.
April 1st, 2019
Netflix has dedicated to variety of its subscribers with something for everyone – including anime enthusiasts. And with “Ultraman”, they’re giving new life to one of Japanese pop culture’s most iconic figures in the form of a modern 3D CG anime series. Only time will tell how diehard “Ultraman” fans will response to Netflix’s take on the character or if the series will appeal to a wider audience. But based on the footage so far, this shiny new “Ultraman” certainly promises great things.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 2
April 5th, 2019
When Netflix reintroduced us to Sabrina Spellman in 2018, they made one thing very clear. This is not the Sabrina, the teenage witch you knew in the 90s. Season 1 did a great job building a stylish atmosphere world for a magical young heroin to inhabit, populating it with a solid cast of supporting characters. In Season 2, “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” is taking everything that made you fall for this series and cranking it up. The magical conflicts are getting darker, the romantic entanglement steamier and the adventures an ever more chilling.
April 5th, 2019
Advancement in camera technology have drastically changed the way we document and relate to the world around us. In 2006, Planet Earth revolutionized nature documentary genre by using cutting-edge HD cameras to take us to some of the most remote places on the planet in high definition. Now, narrator David Attenborough and the creative team behind Planet Earth have reunited with Netflix to deliver yet another stunning documentary nature series. Exploring the beauty, fragility and wonders of this world, this series promises to make you appreciate our planet like never before.
Game of Thrones Season 8
April 14th, 2019
It’s the TV event of 2019, and maybe even the decade: the final season of “Game of Thrones” is hitting our screens this April with six episodes to tie up the “Game of Thrones” ending. Yes, very, very sadly, our time with the secret prince, the dragon queen, the fiery witch, the tree-wizard and countless other characters is coming to a close (like the lives of so many other characters we’ve long missed). With a scale so massive that it will make previous episodes look small in comparison, this final season is set to be epic. There will be tears. There will be heartbreak. And there is an end.
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