From Beautician and the Beast to National Treasure and everything in between, Netflix has a little something for everyone lined up for their subscribers in April. That includes the arrival Marvel's anticipated small screen take on Daredevil, the final season of Sons of Anarchy and Darren Aronofsky's Noah.
Here's what Netflix has set to join their streaming lineup in April. (Dates and titles are subject to change.)
Week of April 1
The Beautician and the Beast - April 1
Life Partners - April 2
All Hail King Julien (Season 1, 5 new eps) - April 3
Derek (Special) - April 3
Starry Eyes - April 3
The Quiet Ones - April 3
Delta Farce - April 4
Week of April 5
Wilfred (Season 4) - April 7
Crank - April 9
Halt and Catch Fire (Season 1) - April 8
Pioneer - April 9
Marvel's Daredevil - April 10
October 1 - April 10
Finding Mercy - April 10
Confusion Na Wa - April 10
Onye Ozi - April 10
Week of April 12
Video Game High School (Season 3) - April 13
Goodbye To Language - April 14
Hot Fuzz - April 16
They Came Together - April 17
Baby Daddy (Season 4) - April 17
Chris D'Elia: Incorrigible - April 17
Noah - April 18
Week of April 19
A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night - April 21
Sons of Anarchy (Season 7) - April 25
Week of April 26
The Nutty Professor 2: Facing the Fear - April 26
National Treasure - April 27
Among the originals joining Netflix in April are new episodes of Dreamworks series All Hail King Julien, Ricky Gervais' Derek special, and of course, Marvel's Daredevil, which is being brought to us by Spartacus mastermind Steven S. DeKnight. Those who want to get a taste of DeKnight's work should definitely check out Spartacus, which is available in its entirety to stream on Netflix. But if you're too busy tapping your foot, waiting to be introduced to Matt Murdock, you can head on over to Netflix and add the show to your list while you count down to April 10.
On the movie front, there's Beautician and the Beast, Noah, National Treasure and Edgar Wright's Hot Fuzz. Or you can fall in love with Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd in David Wain and Michael Showalter's They Came Together, and get seriously creeped out watching Jennifer Kent's psychological horror film The Babadook.
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