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Everything Coming to Netflix in April 2024

For those of us who religiously watch “Sex and the City” on whatever platform it is currently streaming on (hi), April 1 is an exciting day. That’s the day the popular HBO series starring Sarah Jessica Parker is coming to Netflix — for the very first time. And TBS reruns this is not: This is the full, unedited, groundbreaking show, now just waiting for viewers new and old to do a Netflix binge. (Paging Gen Z!)

Of course, there are plenty of other exciting TV shows and movies hitting Netflix in April 2024. Movie thrills include Jessica Chastain-starring “Molly’s Game” making its way back to the streamer, as well as perennial rom-com fave “You’ve Got Mail.” On the TV side, there’s new series “Dead Boy Detectives,” from showrunner Steve Yockey, and from the same universe as “The Sandman,” based on the beloved comic series from Neil Gaiman.

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Top Pick for April 2024: “Ripley”

Could it be anything else? Andrew Scott will put his original spin on the classic character of Tom Ripley, based on the Patricia Highsmith novels. Per a press release: “Tom Ripley, a grifter scraping by in early 1960s New York, is hired by a wealthy man to travel to Italy to try to 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.”

In addition to the Hot Priest himself, “Ripley” will star Dakota Fanning, Johnny Flynn, Eliot Sumner, Maurizio Lombardi, Margherita Buy, and John Malkovich. The show hits Netflix April 4.

Here’s everything coming to Netflix in April 2024.

April 1
“American Graffiti”
“Baby Driver”
“Battleship”
“Born on the Fourth of July”
“Ender’s Game”
“Glass”
“Great Teacher Onizuka”
“Happy Gilmore”
Hotel Transylvania Collection”
“How to Be Single”
“Inside Man”
“It’s Kind of a Funny Story”
“Molly’s Game”
“Mortal Engines”
“Night Raiders”
“One Piece Film: Red”
“Role Models”
“Sex and the City” Season 1-6
“Skyscraper”
“Smokey and the Bandit”
“Split”
“Step Up: Revolution”
“Strawberry Shortcakes: Spring Spectacular”
“Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby”
“The Land Before Time”
“The Little Things”
“The Magic Prank Show wit Justin Willman” Season 1
“The Matrix Collection”
“The Theory of Everything”
“Wild Things”
“White Collar” Season 1-6
“You’ve Got Mail”

April 2
“Together: Tr3ble Winners”

April 3
“Crime Scene Berline: Nightlife Killer”
“Files of the Unexplained”
“Zero to Hero”

April 4
“100 Days to Indy”
“Crooks”
“I Woke Up a Vampire”
“Ninjago: Dragons Rising”
“Ripley”
“The Tearsmith”

April 5
“Parasyte: The Grey”
“Scoop”
The Antisocial Network: Memes to Mayhem”

April 8
“Megan Leavey”
“Spring Rangers” Season 3

April 9
Neal Brennan: Crazy Good

April 10
“Anthracite”
“The Hijacking of Flight 601” Season 1
“Unlocked: A Jail Experiment” Season 1
“What Jennifer Did”

April 11
“As the Crow Flies” Season 2
“Baby Reindeer”
“Heartbreak High’ Season 2
“Meekah” Season 2
“Midsummer Night” Season 1
“The Bricklayer”

April 12
“A Journey”
“Amar Singh Chamkila”
“Good Times” Season 1
“Love, Divided”
“Stolen”
“Strange Way of Life”
“Woody Woodpecker Goes to Camp”

April 15
“Hans Zimmer: Hollywood Rebel”
“The Fairly OddParents” Season 4 and 5

April 16
“Anna”
“Knocked Up”
“Jimmy Carr: Natural Born Killer”

April 17
“Black Sails” Season 1-4
“Don’t Hate the Player” Season 1
“Our Living World” Season 1
“The Circle” Season 6
“The Grimm Variations”

April 18
“Bros”
“The Upshaws”

April 19
“Rebel Moon: Part Two: The Scargiver”

April 21
“Duran Duran: There’s Something You Should Know”

April 22
“Ahead of the Curve”
“Cocomelon Lane” Season 2
“Fern Brady: Autistic Bikini Queen”

April 23
“Anyone But You”
“Brigands: The Quest for Gold” Season 1
“Fight for Paradise: Who Can You Trust?”

April 24
“Deliver Me” Season 1
“King Richard”
“TLC Forever”

April 25
“City Hunter”
“Dead Boy Detectives”

April 26
“Hack Your Health: The Secrets of Your Gut”
“The Asunta Case”

April 29
“Boiling Point” Season 1
“Honeymoonish”

April 30
“Fiasco”

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