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Welcome to the 46th edition of The Cord Cutter Podcast! This week we have another special episode where we'll talk all about the notable new releases coming to Netflix in April! Mick and Adrienne welcome Jeff McCobb back to the podcast so they can offer up their opinions on the biggest and best that the streaming service will have for cord cutters when we head into the new month. And, as usual, you can expect a wide variety of dramas, comedies, action films, new classics and everything in between. Not to mention a whole host of Netflix original films and TV shows.

In an effort to keep things fresh for you, we're going to do things a bit differently this time. Instead of our usual Netflix reveal question and answer format, we're going to spotlight what we think are the five biggest movie favorites coming to Netflix in April and go in depth on why you should be excited for them to hit the service. We'll also touch on some other big names, and, then, focus on four Netflix originals we're really looking forward to. And, if you want the full list, be sure to check that out right here. Ready to dive in? Great! Read on to get the lowdown on this week's podcast and then listen for yourself above!

2:03 - Big Name Releases
24:42 - Netflix Originals
44:35 - What's Leaving Netflix
46:22 - Rotten Tomatoes Rank-O-Rama

Now, get in on the fun and have a listen to The Cord Cutter Podcast #45! And, be sure to subscribe to The Cord Cutter podcast on iTunes, right here and follow us on Twitter through @CordCutterPod!

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