What’s Coming to Netflix in April
It’s time for the good ole’ “out with the old, in with the new” for Netflix titles. But don’t worry, because there are going to be some awesome new selections for everyone’s favorite video streaming site. So when a long day of hiking or surfing warrants a much needed evening of binge-watching, we’ve got you covered. So, without further ado, here are some of the best titles coming to Netflix in the month of April.
This animated family favorite features the most lovable robot to ever grace the screen. It tells the tale of a boy who finds a crash landed robot from outer space and eventually forms an unlikely friendship with the misunderstood machine. The film combines traditional and computer animation that is sure to make its way to the top of your favorites. Iron Giant will be available April 1.
Friday Night Lights
This 2004 classic sports film ranks up there as one of the greatest football movies of all time. Based on the book by H.G. Bissinger, this sports drama follows the lives of a Texas high school football team as they make a run for the championship. Friday Night Lights will be available April 1.
A Netflix original film starring Dave Franco and Abbi Jacobson of “Broad City”, 6 Balloons depicts the lives of an addict and his family coping with the illness. Dave Franco plays a heroin addict that continuously struggles with addiction, while his sister (Abbi Jacobson) deals with the cycles of anger and heartbreak of seeing a loved one succumbing to drugs. 6 Balloons will be available April 6.
Lost in Space
A reboot of the classic 1965 series, Lost in Space follows the journeys of the Robinson family as they adventure across the vast expanse of space. This Netflix produced series begins after the space-faring family crash lands on an alien planet and are forced to survive against unknown dangers. For all you sci-fi lovers, you’ll want to check this out, especially if you were a fan of the original series or the film. Lost in Space will be available April 13.
Chef’s Table: Pastry
Who said you needed The Food Network to get your foodie show fix? This new pastry-themed mini-season of the hit Netflix series Chef’s Table is produced by filmmaker David Gelb, as he follows four acclaimed chefs across three continents. You’ll get to witness the skill and craft of some of the top pastry chefs in the world and maybe be inspired to whip up some of your own sweet treats. Chef’s Table: Pastry will be available April 13.
Spy Kids: Mission Critical
This is a new animated series starring the same characters, Juni and Carmen Cortez from the original Spy Kids movies. It follows the siblings’ journey throughout the spy academy, and their mission to save the world from the evil forces of S.W.A.M.P. Great for kids of all ages and guaranteed to bring out your inner spy. Spy Kids: Mission Critical will be available April 20.