New releases for your streaming pleasure: April 3-9

New releases for your streaming pleasure: April 3-9

14 new titles from Apple TV+, Netflix, HBO Go and Prime Video

New releases for your streaming pleasure: April 3-9

Looking for a title to binge-watch this weekend? Here's our pick!


Loot: Season Two

Premieres on April 3 

A year after Molly Wells settles her very public divorce from tech billionaire John Novak, we find her thriving in her role as the head of her philanthropic organisation, the Wells Foundation. Focused mainly on her charity work, Molly has sworn off any new relationships with men. Fabulously single but not particularly independent, Molly keeps her trusty assistant Nicholas by her side. He diligently caters to her every whim … and occasionally feeds her a kale smoothie spiked with gin. Sofia Salinas, the no-nonsense executive director of the Wells Foundation, continues to run things with compassionate efficiency, but her all-business ethos is thrown for a loop when she meets Molly’s charismatic architect friend Isaac. The bromance between Howard and Nicholas also continues to flourish as they support each other in their endeavours both inside and outside the workplace. Meanwhile, Arthur has moved past his feelings for Molly and has adopted a new devil-may-care attitude on life, a change encapsulated by a very lame leather bracelet. The Wells Foundation team, including Rhonda and Ainsley, must pull together as co-workers and friends as Molly strives to publicly live up to her promise of giving away all of her vast fortune.


Premieres on April 5

The eight-episode drama is a contemporary, unique take on one of the most popular and significant genres in literary, motion picture and television history: the private detective story. John Sugar, an American private investigator is on the heels of the mysterious disappearance of Olivia Siegel, the beloved granddaughter of legendary Hollywood producer Jonathan Siegel. As Sugar tries to determine what happened to Olivia, he will also unearth Siegel family secrets; some very recent, others long-buried.

Girls State

Premieres on April 5

The documentary follows 500 teenage girls from across Missouri as they gather for a week-long immersion in an elaborate laboratory of democracy. They build a government from the ground up, campaign for office and form a Supreme Court to weigh the most divisive issues of the day. The backdrop of “Girls State” is a country deep in democratic crisis, with civil discourse and electoral politics increasingly fragile under extreme political polarisation. As questions of race and gender equality in a representational democracy reach a fever pitch, these young women confront the complicated paths women must navigate to build political power. Following a distinctly female perspective and filled with teenage insecurity, biting humour and a yearning for true friendship, the young leaders of “Girls State” win hearts and minds — not just elections.


Crime Scene Berlin: Nightlife Killer

Premieres on April 3

In 2012, a string of grisly murders sent shock waves through the Berlin party scene. The killer remained at large — until one of his targets survived. 

Files Of The Unexplained 

Premieres on April 3

Eerie encounters, bizarre disappearances, haunting events and more perplexing phenomena are explored in this chilling investigative docuseries. 


Premieres on April 4

Tom Ripley, a grifter scraping by in early 1960s New York, is hired by a wealthy man to travel to Italy and convince his vagabond son to return home. Tom's acceptance of the job is the first step into a complex life of deceit, fraud and murder. The limited series drama is based on Patricia Highsmith’s bestselling Tom Ripley novels. 

The Tearsmith

Premieres on April 4

Adopted together after a tough childhood in an orphanage, Nica and Rigel realize that unexpected but irresistible feelings pull them together. 


Premieres on April 4

A priceless coin puts rival gangs across Europe at odds, forcing a retired safecracker to team up with a two-bit gangster for one last heist. 

I Woke Up A Vampire: Season 2

Premieres on April 4

Carmie starts high school, but a charming sophomore drives a wedge in her friend group. Can Carmie balance boys, school — and an ancient prophecy? 

Parasyte: The Grey

Premieres on April 5

When unidentified parasites violently take over human hosts and gain power, humanity must rise to combat the growing threat.


Premieres on April 5

Inspired by real events, this fictional dramatisation gives an insider account of how the women of Newsnight secured Prince Andrew’s infamous interview. 


Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning

Premieres on April 6

In this seventh part of the Mission: Impossible film series, Ethan Hunt and his IMF team face off against a rogue AI, “the Entity” and must track down a dangerous weapon before it falls into the wrong hands. 



Premieres on April 4

Rudy Mancuso, a charismatic but directionless young street performer from Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood, has a unique view of the world. Thanks to a rare condition called synesthesia, he experiences everyday noises — from car horns to water droplets to doors slamming — as a series of complex rhythms. He struggles to keep the music in his head at bay, but it’s not so easily accomplished. 

How To Date Billy Walsh

Premieres on April 5

Teenagers Amelia and Archie have been best friends since childhood. Archie has always been there to fight Amelia’s battles and laugh at her jokes all whilst keeping his lifelong love for her a secret. Just when he builds up the courage to declare his feelings, Amelia falls head over heels for Billy Walsh, the new American transfer student. Heartbroken Archie goes to great lengths to try and keep Amelia and Billy away from each other but ends up pushing them closer together and risks losing his best friend in the process.

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