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Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of April 12, 2021

A man and his daughter stand in a living room and smile at one another.
Jamie Foxx stars in Netflix’s new series Dad Stop Embarrassing Me! Netflix

Netflix has been busy—like, really busy. This week, the streaming platform is dropping a plethora of new original content (alongside some non-Netflix stuff because hey, you got to keep it fresh). From the return of hit reality show The Circle to a true-crime documentary on a mother tracking down her daughter’s killer, the platform is bringing variety.

Want to make your watch plans? Here’s everything coming to Netflix the week of April 12, 2021.

  • April 12
    • New Gods: Nezha Reborn: A delivery person rediscovers powers he must use to save his loved ones in this animated film.
    • Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn: The next season of this kids’ show about the lives of four wildly different siblings hits Netflix.
  • April 13
    • The Baker and the Beauty: Season 1: This series follows a famous starlet and a baker who fall in love.
    • Mighty Express: Season 3: This kid-friendly series follows the adventures of a team of trains.
    • My Love: Six Stories of True Love: Six elderly couples from around the world share their love stories.

  • April 14
    • The Circle: Season 2: The second season of the popular reality competition finally comes to streaming.
    • Dad Stop Embarrassing Me!: Jamie Foxx stars in this comedy series about a father’s relationship with his daughter.
    • Law School: After an accident at their school, a law professor and his students investigate what justice means.
    • The Soul: A prosecutor and his wife discover occult dealings while investigating a murder.
    • Why Did You Kill Me?: This documentary tells the story of a mother searching for her daughter’s killer.
  • April 15
    • Dark City Beneath the Beat: This musical documentary looks at the history of the city of Baltimore.
    • The Master: A man returns home only to find his former Kung Fu master missing.
    • Ride or Die: A woman and her friend flee after her abusive husband is killed.

  • April 16
    • Arlo the Alligator BoyAn alligator boy leaves his city to go find his dad.
    • Ajeeb Daastaans: This collection of four shorts explores fractured relationships.
    • Barbie & Chelsea The Lost Birthday: Chelsea and her family go on a cruise in this Barbie film, and when they cross the International Date Line, she loses her birthday.
    • Crimson Peak: This horror-thriller follows a woman who marries a down-on-his-luck aristocrat and moves to his home only to find he has dark secrets.
    • Fast and Furious Spy Racers: Season 4: Mexico: The fourth season of the Fast & the Furious animated series comes to streaming.
    • Into The Beat: A teen ballerina has to choose between her current dance career and hip-hop.
    • Rush: Two Formula 1 drivers’ rivalry comes to a head in this film.
    • Synchronic: Two paramedic best friends find a new drug circulating in the community, but it’s not the psychedelic it seems.
    • Why Are You Like This: Three 20-something best friends navigate life in Melbourne.
    • The Zookeeper’s Wife: A couple who own a zoo in 1939 Warsaw help save lives by joining the Resistance.
  • April 18
    • Luis Miguel: The Series: Season 2: This series is a fictionalized story of famous singer Luis Miguel’s rise to stardom.
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