Here's what is new to Sky this April.

'Scoob!' | Sky Cinema April 3

With hundreds of cases solved and adventures shared, Scooby and the gang face their biggest, most challenging mystery ever - a plot to unleash the ghost dog Cerberus upon the world. As they race to stop this global dog- pocalypse, the gang discovers that Scooby has a secret legacy and an epic destiny greater than anyone could have imagined. Perfect for your little mutts this Easter.

'National Theatre: Romeo & Juliet' | Sky Arts April 4

The National Theatre transforms its Lyttleton theatre into a film studio to present this new production of William Shakespeare’s tragic tale, starring Josh O’Connor and Jessie Buckley in the title roles. Originally planned for the stage and reconceived by director Simon Godwin in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the production also features Adrian Lester, Lloyd Hutchinson, Colin Tierney and Ella Dacres in supporting roles.

'Wellington Paranormal' | Sky Comedy April 5

There are some crimes normal cops can’t investigate… Officers Minogue and O’Leary are invited to join the new Wellington Paranormal Unit of the Police when they unwittingly bring in a young woman possessed by the demon Bazu’aal; a demon who can jump from body to body and who is literally hell-bent on opening a portal to Hades in Cuba Street’s iconic Bucket Fountain. 

'Grey’s Anatomy' Season 17 | Sky Witness April 7

The longest-running primetime medical drama in the world returns for more life and death situations in its 17th season. In the midst of the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, Grey Sloan Memorial and its surgeons' lives have been turned upside down. Picking things up one month into the pandemic, it's all-hands- on-deck as Meredith, Bailey and the rest of the Grey Sloan doctors find themselves on the frontlines of a new era. Meanwhile, an unintentionally started fire has first responders from Station 19 bringing patients into the hospital for treatment.

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'A League of Their Own Road Trip: Loch Ness to London' | Sky One April 8

'A League of Their Own: Road Trip' is back, and while travel restrictions aren’t letting the lads have their usual jolly abroad, they’re out to prove they can have just as big a laugh at home. Jamie Redknapp, Freddie Flintoff and Romesh Ranganathan are joined by ALOTO OG Jack Whitehall as they begin their odyssey of comedy at the legendary Urqhart Castle at Loch Ness.

'Cosmic Sin' | Sky Cinema April 9

Bruce Willis and Frank Grillo star in this epic sci-fi adventure set in the year 2524, four hundred years after humans started colonising the outer planets. Retired Military General James Ford (Willis) is called back into service after soldiers on a remote planet are attacked by a hostile alien fleet. The threat against the human race escalates into an inevitable interstellar war. General Ford teams up with General Eron Ryle (Grillo) and a team of elite soldiers in a race to stop the imminent attack before it is too late.

'New Order: Live from Alexandra Palace' | Sky Arts April 10

Recorded live on 9th November 2018 - their only UK show of 2018 – New Order perform in front of a sold-out crowd at London’s Alexandra Palace. Sonically and visually spectacular, the show joyously mixes New Order classics and tracks from their latest album Music Complete with Joy Division’s finest songs. Opening with Singularity from Music Complete, they follow with 1993’s Regret, to Love Vigilantes from 1985’s Low-Life, to Ultraviolence from 1983's Power, Corruption and Lies.

'Promising Young Woman' | Sky Cinema April 16

Nothing in Cassie's life is what it appears to be -- she's wickedly smart, tantalizingly cunning, and she's living a secret double life by night. Now, an unexpected encounter is about to give Cassie a chance to right the wrongs from the past. Dark comedy starring Carey Mulligan.

'An American Pickle' | Sky Cinema April 16

A crisp, tangy comedy starring Seth Rogen as Herschel Greenbaum, a struggling labourer who immigrates to America in 1919 with dreams of building a better life for his beloved family. One day, while working at his factory job, he falls into a vat of pickles and is brined for 100 years. Preserved perfectly by powerful process of pickling, he emerges in present day Brooklyn to find that he hasn’t aged a day. But when he seeks out his family, he is troubled to learn that his only surviving relative is his great-grandson Ben Greenbaum (also played by Rogen), a mild- mannered computer coder whom Herschel can’t even begin to understand.

'Mare of Easttown' | Sky Atlantic April 19

Academy Award®- winning actress Kate Winslet executive produces and stars in this mysterious seven-part crime drama following small-town Pennsylvania detective Mare Sheehan (Winslet) as she investigates a local murder at a time when her own life is crumbling around her.

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'Your Honor' | Sky Atlantic

From the executive producers of 'The Night Of' and based on the original Israeli drama Kvodo, Bryan Cranston stars in this ten-part, morally complex legal thriller that rips through all levels of New Orleans society. In his first leading role in a television series since the conclusion of 'Breaking Bad', Cranston plays a respected judge who tries to protect his son after he becomes involved in a hit-and-run, believing he can keep him safe if he tells no one.

'Bloods' | Sky One

BAF TA-nominated Samson Kayo and Golden Globe-nominated Jane Horrocks star in this six-part comedy series as paramedic partners in the South London ambulance service. When tough-acting loner Maleek is paired with over- friendly divorcee Wendy, their partnership looks dead on arrival. But before long they’re acting as each other’s life support.

'Hausen' | AKY ATLANTIC

Sky Germany and Sky Studios present a ground- breaking horror-mystery in association with Lago Films. After the death of his mother, 16-year-old Juri and his father Jaschek move into a run-down housing complex on the outskirts of the city. While Jaschek tries to establish a new existence for himself and his son as caretaker of the building, Juri gradually discovers that the house has a vicious life of its own and feeds on the suffering of its inhabitants.

'SAS: Red Notice' | Sky Cinema

A visceral action thriller based on the bestselling novel by former SAS operative Andy McNab, starring Sam Heughan, Ruby Rose, Andy Serkis, Hannah John-Kamen and Tom Hopper. An off-duty SAS soldier, Tom Buckingham (Heughan), must thwart a terror attack on a train running through the Channel Tunnel.

'The Glorias' | Sky Cinema

Showing as part of Sky’s International Women’s Day celebration, Julianne Moore, Alicia Vikander, Janelle Monáe and Bette Midler star in this biopic of journalist, fighter, and feminist Gloria Steinem.

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'Six Minutes to Midnight' | Sky Cinema

Eddie Izzard and Judi Dench star in this historical drama set in a seaside town on the eve of World War II. Influential families in Nazi Germany have sent their daughters to a finishing school in an English seaside town to learn the language and be ambassadors for a future looking National Socialist. A teacher there sees what is coming and is trying to raise the alarm. But the authorities believe he is the problem.

'Antebellum' | Sky Cinema

A terrifying new thriller with a kiss of horror from the producer of the acclaimed films 'Get Out' and 'Us', starring Janelle Monáe. Successful author Veronica Henley is finishing a book tour before she returns home to her husband and daughter. But a shocking turn of events is about to upend Veronica’s existence, plunging her into a horrifying reality that forces her to confront her past, present and future - before it’s too late.

'Tina' | Sky Documentaries

'Tina', the one-off documentary about music legend Tina Turner, gives exclusive access to her story, following her path to global dominance and examining the music legend’s career to date.

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'The Blacklist' season eight

With his back against the wall, Raymond Reddington (James Spader) faces his most formidable enemy yet: Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone). Aligned with her mother, infamous Russian spy Katarina Rostova, Liz must decide how far she is willing to go to find out why Reddington has entered her life and what his endgame really is.

'Rob & Romesh Vs...' season three

'Rob & Romesh Vs' is back for a third series as Rob Beckett and Romesh dip their toe into the unknown once again. Their close friendship will be put to the test as Rob tries to convince Romesh to share his love of golf and the guys delve into the world of tennis, drag performing and art.

'ZeroZeroZero'

Based on the novel 'ZeroZeroZero' by Roberto Saviano, this fast-paced and edgy series was filmed across three continents (North America, Europe and Africa) and in six languages (English, Spanish, Italian, French, Wolof and Arabic). The eight-episode series stars Gabriel Byrne and revolves around the violent Mexican cartels, power hungry Calabrian ‘Ndrangheta and corrupt American businessmen who are all competing for supremacy over the world’s cocaine trade.

'Birds of Prey'

It’s open season on Harley Quinn when her explosive breakup with the Joker puts a big fat target on her back. Unprotected and on the run, Quinn faces the wrath of narcissistic crime boss Black Mask, his right-hand man, Victor Zsasz, and every other thug in the city. But things soon even out for Harley when she becomes unexpected allies with three deadly women - Huntress, Black Canary and Renee Montoya.

'Dragon Rider'

Based on the novel by Cornelia Funke, Dragon Rider is an animated family adventure which follows the fun-filled exploits of a silver dragon named Firedrake and his friends as they search for a mythical safe haven hidden in the Himalayas. Voiced by Felicity Jones, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Patrick Stewart and Freddie Highmore.

'Devils'

Massimo Ruggeri is the Head of Trading at one of the most important investment banks in the world, whose success has all but guaranteed his promotion to vice-CEO. However, a scandal involving his wife puts a brake on Massimo’s ambitions, leading his American CEO and mentor, Dominic Morgan (Patrick Dempsey from 'Grey’s Anatomy'), to withdraw his support.

'76 Days'

76 Days delivers a raw and intimate picture of one of the most astonishing occurrences of the last century; the Covid-19 pandemic. In January of 2020, as Covid-19 began to gather traction, two journalists picked up a camera and began filming. Capturing the first 76 days of lockdown from the beginnings of the outbreak in Wuhan to the city’s reopening in April 2020, we journey to the epicentre of the virus, taking an in-depth look at frontline medical workers in Wuhan’s hospitals.

'To Olivia'

In 1962, eccentric author Roald Dahl (Hugh Bonneville) and his Hollywood actress wife Patricia Neal (Keeley Hawes) have retreated to the English countryside to bring up their expanding young family. Tragically, their lives are turned upside down by the devastating death of their daughter Olivia, and as the couple struggle through the unimaginable loss, their shared grief becomes a source of redemption and strength which changes their lives forever.

'Dating No Filter'

A fresh and hilariously honest take on the modern dating scene for the socially savvy, right-swiping generation. Each episode, a selection of some of Britain’s most outspoken comedians serve up a play-by-play commentary on every moment, from smooth moves to “OMG NO!”, as they observe real singletons as they embark on a first date. Love may be blind, but this might make you want to cover your eyes.