The best movies and TV shows come April on HBO, Hulu, Apple TV+ and more

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“Tokyo Vice” Season 1

Starts streaming: April 7th

This television adaptation of journalist Jake Adelstein’s memoir is a spiritual sequel to the influential 1980s series Miami Vice, which explores organized crime and its impact on a nation’s social order in the 1990s. Ansel Elgort plays Adelstein, who is struggling to be accepted as an American in the highly competitive Japanese newspaper business. He later gains respect when he begins investigating the yakuza. Created by Tony Award-winner JT Rogers (best known for “Oslo”), Tokyo Vice explores the complexities of class and race at a time when Japanese business was booming and some of the people making money didn’t want anyone – and especially not just any aspiring foreigner – to see too closely how and why.

“The Flight Attendant” Season 2

Starts streaming: April 21st

Though Season 1 of The Flight Attendant cleverly — and thoroughly — adapted Chris Bohjalian’s thriller of the same name, the series was so well received that it was bound to get a sequel. As season two begins, alcoholic flight attendant Cassie (played by Kaley Cuoco, also an executive producer on the series) is cleaning up her life after helping international law enforcement solve a murder in which she was once the prime suspect. In the new episodes, Cassie settles into her new part-time job as a spy and becomes involved in another dangerous mystery. Many of the series’ great supporting cast return, including Rosie Perez as Cassie’s friendly co-worker and Zosia Mamet as her best friend.

“Barry” Season 3

Starts streaming: April 24th

After a three-year hiatus, Bill Hader returns as hitman and aspiring actor Barry Berkman in the dark comedy “Barry,” the series he co-developed with Alec Berg. Season 2 took risks with her story, playing the inherent absurdity of a stoic killer who gets in touch with his emotions in an acting class. Borrowing from classic modern TV crime dramas like Breaking Bad, Hader and Berg ramped up the suspense as Barry ducked the mob, the law and a vengeful old co-worker played by Stephen Root. Season 3 will continue on that path while emulating the pretensions of wannabe Hollywood, including promising uninhibited Sally (Sarah Goldberg) and big-hearted acting coach Gene (Henry Winkler).

“This town is ours”

Starts streaming: April 25th

The latest Baltimore series from The Wire creator David Simon is a collaboration with his frequent writing partner, bestselling crime writer George Pelecanos. Based on crime reporter Justin Fenton’s nonfiction book of the same name, “We Own This City” stars Jon Bernthal as Sgt. Wayne Jenkins, who joins Baltimore’s Gun Trace Task Force, a well-meaning but ultimately corrupt organization trying to suppress crime, by tracking how gangs have armed themselves. Set in the years immediately after the city’s police department came under scrutiny over the death of Freddie Gray in her custody, “We Own This City” is a dark drama about how some established institutions respond to attempts at reform: by introducing new… learn laws well enough to circumvent them.

Also arrive:

4. April

“The Invisible Pilot”

April 5th

“Tony Hawk: Until the Wheels Fall Off”

April 8th

“A Black Lady Sketch Show” Season 3

April 14th

The Garcias Season 1

April 24th

“The Baby” Season 1

April 27th

“The survivor”

April 28th

“The Way Down: God, Greed, and the Cult of Gwen Shamblin”, Part 2

“Slow Horses” Season 1

Starts streaming: April 1st

Gary Oldman stars as Jackson Lamb, the grumpy overseer of a ramshackle MI5 branch called the Slough House, where disgraced agents are sent to toil in this twisted British spy drama. Jack Lowden plays River Cartwright, a young agent determined to make his way from the bottom by conducting illicit investigations into a tricky case – and ends up dragging his ill-suited cohorts into it. Based on a mystery thriller series by Mick Herron, Slow Horses features a great cast (including Olivia Cooke as Cartwright’s accomplished but cynical colleague, Jonathan Pryce as his disappointed father, and Kristin Scott Thomas as MI5’s senior boss) and a storyline , which is equally rooted in old-fashioned spy stories and the modern realities of European security.

“Roar” Season 1

Starts streaming: April 15th

The writer-producer team of Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch — co-creators of TV series GLOW — are taking the anthology route with their new project, Roar, which features slightly surreal half-hour drama and comedy about women in contention , to be seen and heard. Nicole Kidman is executive producer and also stars in one episode as an Australian who takes her increasingly senile mother (Judy Davis) on a road trip in a desperate attempt to keep her family memories alive. Other episodes portray Issa Rae as a best-selling author who travels to Hollywood and is ignored by people who want to adapt her book; Betty Gilpin as a retired model whose husband (Daniel Dae Kim) puts her on the shelf as a literal trophy wife; and Merritt Wever as a woman who falls in love with a duck.

Also arrive:

April 8th

Pinecone & Pony Season 1

April 22nd

“They Call Me Magic”

April 29th

“Shining Girls”

“Under the Banner of Heaven”

Starts streaming: April 28th

In Jon Krakauer’s controversial 2003 non-fiction book Under the Banner of Heaven, the author combined the true story of a heinous crime committed by a Mormon splinter group with the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints itself – and argued that the line between fringe fanaticism and mainstream religion is thinner than many realize. The TV adaptation was written by Academy Award-winning “Milk” screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, who was raised Mormon (and who also worked on the HBO series “Big Love,” about polygamous families in Utah). This miniseries focuses primarily on the murders covered in Krakauer’s book, with Andrew Garfield playing the detective investigating the case.

Also arrive:

April 1st

“Love Me” Season 1

“Night Hunter”


4. April

Madagascar: A Little Wild Season 7

April 5th

The Croods: Family Tree Season 2

“Monster Family 2: Nobody’s Perfect”

April 6th

The Hardy Boys Season 2

7th of April


April 8th

“Awakened” Season 2

9th April

“American Sicario”

10th of April

“The Hate Game”

April 14th

The Kardashians Season 1

April 21

“Captive Audience”

April 29th


“Better Nate Than Ever”

Starts streaming: April 1st

Based on Tim Federle’s YA novel, Better Nate Than Ever tells the story of enthusiastic and socially awkward middle school theater kid Nate Foster (Rueby Wood) as he boards a bus from Pittsburgh with his best friend Libby (Aria Brooks). attend the show an open audition for a Broadway musical. Federle wrote and directed this film adaptation, which retains two of the central ideas from his book: that it takes a winning personality and a lot of luck to make it in show business, and that Nate will not succeed until he is honest with himself and with his loved ones about his sexuality. Lisa Kudrow stars as Nate’s aunt Heidi, whose fading dreams of stage stardom still inspire her nephew.

Also arrive:

April 13th

“Scrat Tales” Season 1

April 22nd

“The Biggest Little Farm: The Return”

“Explorers: The Last Tepui”


April 27th

“Sketchbook” Season 1

“Killing It” Season 1

Starts streaming: April 14th

The affable comedian Craig Robinson hosts the half-hour dramedy Killing It and plays a special kind of Florida Man: a steadfast dreamer named Craig who keeps pursuing his plans to become an entrepreneur even when he keeps stumbling upon disasters. Rell Battle plays Craig’s brother Isaiah, who tries to lure him into a life of crime, while Claudia O’Doherty plays Jillian, an upbeat Australian ride-along who offers him a strange and unique business opportunity in Florida: a chance to kill a giant snake for reward money. Co-created by Brooklyn Nine-Nine writers Luke Del Tredici and Dan Goor, Killing It is a show about people who tread particularly rocky paths while chasing their versions of the American Dream.

Also arrive:

20th of April

“So Stupid It’s Criminal” Season 1

April 28th

“Smother” season 2

The outlaws season 1

Starts streaming: April 1st

Stephen Merchant is best known for co-writing the Ricky Gervais sitcoms The Office and Extras, but he’s trying something different with The Outlaws, a show halfway between broad comedy and crime drama. Merchant plays one of a handful of eclectic British citizens who have been sentenced to community service to atone for various minor offences. While shoveling garbage in a seedy neighborhood, this ragtag crew meet and learn that there is more to life than their mistakes. The scammers also include Christopher Walken as an old criminal, Darren Boyd as an uptight businessman, Eleanor Tomlinson as a celebrity influencer, Rhianne Barreto as a distinguished student who shoplifts compulsively, and Gamba Cole as a reluctant gangster who accidentally gets everyone bigger become trouble.

Also arrive:

April 8th

“All the Old Knives”

April 15th

“Outer Range” Season 1

April 29th

Undone Season 2

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/04/01/arts/television/hbo-hulu-disney-streaming.html The best movies and TV shows come April on HBO, Hulu, Apple TV+ and more

Isaiah Colbert

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