Gather your friends and grab your popcorn, the month is filled with thrilling adventures to add to your must-watch list.

We’re back with another guide to fulfil your evenings and weekends. April seems to be a great month for Netflix, as they sure do have exciting new series and films to keep an eye out for – we’re looking forward to Snabba Cash, Zero and Love and Monsters. On the other hand, Fox movies are filled with jam-packed action, along with a pleasant walk on memory lane with everyone’s favourite duo, Bill and Ted. Scroll down below to see what you can look forward to and don’t forget to set your reminders.



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Thunder Force

Premiering on 9 April

This action-comedy starring Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer tells a tale of two childhood best friends who created a superpower formula that would change their lives.

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Concrete Cowboy

Premiering on 2 April

Based on the novel Ghetto Cowboy by G.Neris, the film takes place where a troubled teen (played by Caleb McLaughlin) is sent to spend the summer in North Philadelphia with his estranged father (Idris Elba), who later discovers a vibrant urban cowboy community. 

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Love and Monsters

Premiering on 14 April

Seven years after the monster apocalypse takes place, a helpless romantic (starring Dylan O’Brien) leaves the comfort of his underground bunker to venture out to his high school lover, after reconnecting with her over the radio. 


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Shadow and Bone

Premiering on 23 April

Fans of the fantasy book trilogy written by Leigh Bardugo are looking forward to this release. Shadow and Bone is a fantasy adventure series where an orphan, Alina Starkov has unleashed an extraordinary power that could change the fate of the war-torn world she’s living in. 

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My Love: Six Stories of True Love

Premiering on 13 April

Here’s something soothing for the soul. This six-part docuseries features six elderly couples from around the world: Brazil, India, Japan, Korea, America and Spain, where they share their lives, secrets and tales to owning the success of long-lasting love. 



Premiering on 21 April

This new Italian original series based in a Milan suburb focuses on a shy teen, who discovers that being invisible is his extraordinary superpower. However, this isn’t like any superhero tale, but a modern hero who uses his powers to save a neighbourhood he originally wanted to escape from.

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Snabba Cash

Premiering on 7 April

Set in Stockholm, the series follows tech entrepreneur, Leya (played by Evin Ahmad from The Rain), who kickstarts her business with criminal money. However, she had to find out the hard way that getting involved with the criminal world and achieving the craving for status and wealth is more brutal than she thought. 


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This Is A Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist

Premiering on 7 April

This documentary takes us back to the ‘90s where two men dressed up as cops pulled the biggest art heist by stealing 13 priceless works of art in the Boston Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

Fox Movies

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Bill & Ted Face The Music

Premiering on 3 April

If you followed the adventures of Bill & Ted (starring Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter), you should be thrilled to know that the rockstar duos are back, but this time, as two middle-aged dads. Can they save the world from collapsing by creating a great song in time? 

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Guns Akimbo 

Premiering on 24 April

Follow the thrilling adventures of video game developer; Miles (played by Daniel Radcliffe) as he becomes the next participant in a real-life match streamed virtually. And yes, he woke up with guns bolted to his hands to help him complete the goal: To kill Nix. 

Amalina Anuar
Senior Writer
A writer by day and spin instructor by night. Amalina fuels her day with anything that’s covered in chocolate and breaking a sweat in the spin studio. With fashion and music as inspiration, you can find her obsessing over her favourite artist's music videos or swaying to funky tunes at live gigs.