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The Best Movies And TV Shows Coming To Netflix In April 2018

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From Sundance indie gems to Netflix Original sci-fi series, here you’ll find the best movies and TV shows coming to Netflix throughout the month of April 2018. Whether you’re into epic sports stories or gritty emotional dramas, this month is packed full of great selections for everyone.

6 Balloons

This month’s standout will quite possibly be 6 Balloons, starring Abbi Jacobson and Dave Franco. The film chronicles the struggle of a woman attempting to get her heroin-addicted brother into detox. As she struggles to ride the line between enabling and helping him, she must also figure out how best to save his young daughter. The drama continues in the next selection as a pastor struggles with a unique crisis of faith.

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Come Sunday

Come Sunday is based on the remarkable true story of a renowned evangelical pastor named Reverend Carlton Pearson (Chiwetel Ejiofor). Pearson’s parishioners, who regularly number over 5,000 each Sunday, find themselves rocked by scandal when their reverend experiences a change of heart and no longer believes in Hell. This indie Sundance selection promises a rare, honest look at the nature of faith in America.

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Kodachrome

Ed Harris, Jason Sudeikis, and Elizabeth Olsen form the all-star cast of Kodachrome, which takes its name from the classic photographic film stock. The story revolves around a man who reunites with his estranged, terminally-ill, father (Harris) on a road trip to the last remaining lab that can develop four rolls of recently rediscovered Kodachrome film. Though Netflix is bringing tons of great movies this month, they’re also releasing some new great series, as you’ll see in the next slide.

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Lost In Space: Season 1

This upcoming Netflix Original Series is a reboot of the 1960’s original series of the same name. The show follows the adventures of the space colonizing Robinson family, who accidentally end up, you guessed it, lost in space. After their spaceship veers light years off course, they must face the many dangers of an alien planet in their epic struggle to survive. Next up, you’ll see the drama unfold right here on Earth with the tale of a young basketball prodigy.

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Amateur

Michael Rainey Jr. stars as Terron, a 14-year old basketball phenomenon who discovers the shady side of sports recruiting early on in life. After transferring to an elite prep school, he struggles to fit in with his new team, navigate under-the-table recruiting politics, and remain true to his love of the game.

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Shocking New Discoveries In ‘Making A Murderer’ Case Have Us All On The Edge of Our Seats

Since 2015, both seasons of Netflix hit series, Making a Murderer, has taken viewers for a suspenseful ride. The show documents the 2005 murder case of Teresa Halbach and convicted suspect, Steven Avery. Halbach was last seen on the Avery Salvage Yard compound photographing a minivan to be listed for sale. Avery's nephew, Brendan Dassey, was also sentenced to life in...

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Rami Malek In Final Talks To Portray ‘Bond 25’ Villain

For James Bond fans, the forthcoming Bond 25 has been pinned on their calendar. As the 25th film in the Bond franchise, they can expect some mindblowing things to occur. When it comes to the film's bad guy, one Oscar winner may land the role. Shaken Not Stirred Rami Malek is currently negotiating with MGM to portray the main villain in Bond...

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Happily Married Celebrity Couples That Live Separate Lives

Many married people enjoy coming home to their spouse every day. For celebrities, this tends to change over time. With new work opportunities, they don't get to spend as much time together. We take a look at some married couples that still love each other while doing their own thing. Surf's Up, Dude For over 15 years, Julia Roberts and...

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