A great month in store on Netflix for those of you who happily while away an hour/day or so on the streaming service. Original shows are returning, new ones are kicking off and some old favourites are being added. And Frozen... for one month only!


Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
April 15th

Netflix's first original comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt proved a hit with viewers last year and we have been patiently awaiting for what seems like forever for season two.

From what we can see, Kimmy gets herself a new job in a year-round Christmas shop, which is perfect for her really. There's a couple of potential love interests, Tituss is still nailing the one-liners, while Jacqueline and Lilian are their usual crazy selves.

Written by 30 Rock's Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, this is definitely one worth checking out.

Better Call Saul
April 19th

All ten episodes of season two of this Breaking Bad spin-off will be available to watch this April. As the show originally airs on Amercan channel AMC, we have only been getting installments week to week, so if you have been waiting for your chance to binge on it, you can go for it on April 19th.

The Ranch
April 1st

That '70s Show stars Aston Kutcher and Danny Masterson reunite for this new Netflix original sitcom. Kelso and Hyde (how they'll always be known to us) are playing brothers Colt and 'Rooster', while their parents are played by Sam Elliott and Debra Winger (An Officer and a Gentleman), and former 24 star Elisha Cuthbert also pops up.

Colt returns home a failed semi-pro football player to run the family ranching business with his bro and his dad, whom he hasn’t seen in 15 years.

Queue, overly-scripted jokes and a laugh track and we've got ourselves a sitcom.

Suits - Season 4
April 1st

Two of our favourite TV lawyers land onto Netflix for series four of this must-see drama series starring Patrick J. Adams and Gabriel Macht.

Peaky Blinders - Season 2
Now Streaming

The second series of the popular British historical drama arrives on Netflix which stars our own Cillian Murphy as Birmingham-based mobster Thomas Shelby. Things have moved on a bit with the action now taking place in the Roaring Twenties where Thomas is determined to expand the family business at all costs, however a past enemy may be getting in his way. Who, in case you haven't heard, will be Murphy's Dark Knight Rises co-star Mister Tom Hardy, who will make his first appearance in the show along with that glorious beard of his.

Full House
Now streaming

Spin-off Fuller House just arrived on Netflix last month but if you fancy going back and reliving the magic of the original, all eight seasons will be available to stream this month. 



Special Correspondents
April 29th

This Netflix original film is directed, written by and starring Ricky Gervais alongside a fantastic cast including Eric Bana, America Ferrara, Vera Farmiga, Kelly Macdonald and Kevin Pollak.

The comedy sees a struggling radio journalist (Bana) and his hapless technician (Gervais) faking front line reports in Ecuador from New York, only they find themselves in a situation where they need to fake their own kidnapping and actually go to South America. And sure there's lols a-plenty by the look of the trailer.

April 20th

Brad Pitt leads an ensemble cast in this sports drama about a struggling baseball team who uses maths, statistics and a whole lorra gumption to turn their team into a powerhouse. With a screenplay co-written by Aaron Sorkin, Moneyball's much more than just sports stats and Brad Pitt looking sad, there's a lot of heart and courage to the whole thing. And yes, you don't need to know a thing about baseball.

April 9th

This sports documentary sees filmmaker Anthony Wonke examines the life and career of famed soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo. It's from the same folk behind the Oscar winning documentary 'Amy' as well as the critically acclaimed 'Senna', so this should be worth a look.

April 1st

Yes, this is really happening. Prepare for four weeks of constantly singing 'Let it Go' as Frozen arrives on Netflix for ONE MONTH ONLY.

Other cartoon favourites arriving this month are the Shrek trilogy, the Madagascar movies, and the first two Kung Fu Panda flicks, How to Train Your dragon, Monster Vs Aliens, Antz, Puss in Boots and Shark Tale, so plenty to keep little ones occupied.