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Here’s Everything Coming To Netflix This Week


While last week’s Netflix offerings featured some quality content, the streaming services debuted fewer new options than normal. That’s changed now. From a new Chris D’Elia comedy special to a docuseries about wrongful convictions, there’s a diverse array of new options coming to Netflix this week.

  • Apr. 14
    • A Champion Heart: A girl bonds with a wounded horse in this feel-good film.
    • Chris D’Elia: No Pain: The comedian has a new special coming to the streaming service.

  • Apr. 15
    • Fittest in Dubai: Crossfit lovers will definitely want to watch this documentary about the Crossfit Games.
    • For Love or Money: Michael J. Fox stars in this ’90s romcom.
    • Once Upon a Time in London: This film tells the story of famous English criminals the Kray Twins.
    • Outer Banks: Those who miss the heyday of teen drama will want to check out this new offering from Netflix.
    • Sprinter: This film follows the story of a man looking to become a track star in Jamaica, so he can reunite with his mother in the United States
    • The Innocence Files: This new series follows the story of several wrongful convictions in the U.S. justice system.

  • Apr.16
    • Despicable Me: Revisit Gru and his minions in the first movie of this animated series.
    • Fary: Hexagone: French comedian Fary is back in another comedy special.
    • Fauda: The third season of the series follows former Israeli Defense Force member Doron.
    • Hail, Caesar! : This star-studded musical comedy from 2016 is for fans of the famous Coen Brothers.
    • Jem and the Holograms: No, this isn’t the cartoon, but it is a film adaptation.
    • Mauricio Meirelles: Generating Chaos: This Brazilian special is yet another stand-up option for comedy fans.
    • Puerto Ricans in Paris: Two cops travel to Paris in this film.


  • Apr. 17
    • #blackAF: This Netflix sitcom follows a docuseries-style profile of writer and producer of ABC’s Blackish Kenya Barris.
    • Betonrausch: This German film follows the ups and downs of real estate moguls.
    • Earth and Blood: This French film follows a father and daughter who become entangled with drug dealers.
    • El Dragón: Return of a Warrior: A man returns to Mexico to take over a cartel in this series.
    • Hasmukh: This Indian series involves a fledging comedian and murder.
    • Rising High: A German real estate agent tries to infiltrate the Berlin market.
    • Sergio: This docudrama follows the story of UN Ambassador Sérgio Vieira de Mello.
    • The King: Eternal Monarch: This Korean drama features a parallel world and a modern-day emperor.
    • The Last Kids on Earth: The second season of this animated series takes place after monsters have invaded a town.
    • The Legacy of the Bones: The book-to-movie adaptation follows a detective investigating a murder.
    • Too Hot to Handle: This reality show puts hot people on an island and offers them $100,000 not to hook up.
  • Apr. 18
    • The Green Hornet: The 2011 adaptation of the ’60s superhero show comes to Netflix.
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