12 Netflix releases we’re looking forward to in April




March 31, 2021

We’ve waded through the list of releases set to arrive on the streaming platform in April to let you know which ones you should be adding to your watch list.

Concrete Cowboy

We’re huge fans of Idris Elba’s work, so we’re looking forward to seeing this modern Western which also stars Stranger Things actor Caleb McLaughlin.


Does it make you feel old to learn that Shrek was released 20 years ago? It’s stood the test of time, and is guaranteed to deliver laughs for both kids and adults.

The Big Lebowski

It’s hard to go wrong with a film by the Coen Brothers, and The Big Lebowski is widely considered to be one of their best.


This creepy horror-thriller starring Sarah Paulson is coming to Netflix after first being released on Hulu, where it became the platform’s most successful original film release to date.

Dolly Parton: A MusiCares Tribute

Who doesn’t love a bit of Dolly? We can’t wait to see the iconic country singer honoured in this star-studded concert special.

Downton Abbey

If you loved the series but haven’t seen the film yet, here’s your chance. The Downton Abbey movie is a must-watch for fans of the period drama.

This is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist

One for the art fanatics – this docuseries investigates the 1990 Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum theft, during which 13 pieces by some of the world’s most famous painters were stolen.


Sci-fi thriller Stowaway, starring Anna Kendrick and Toni Collette, looks like it will have us on the edge of our seats.

The Green Mile

This moving adaptation of the Stephen King book by the same name is a must-watch.

The Social Network

More than 10 years after this depiction of the founding of Facebook was released, The Social Network has been called more relevant than ever.

Straight Outta Compton

If you’re a hip hop fan, you’ll enjoy this award-winning film following the rise and fall of rap group N.W.A.

Like in Colour with David Attenborough

Everybody’s favourite naturalist David Attenborough takes us on a journey to discover the ways in which animals use colour to mate and survive.

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