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    Films And Shows To Watch On Netflix, Amazon Prime, And Disney+ In April 2024

    We have officially entered the fourth month of the year and 2024 is shaping up to be a year filled with thrilling new releases, long-awaited sequels, and spin-offs across all streaming platforms. From Netflix to Amazon Prime and Disney Plus Hotstar, viewers are in for a treat with a diverse category of content blessing their screens.

    As we enter April, the choices with brand-new releases across all platforms are vast. And we wouldn’t want you to miss out on the best ones. So here’s a list of our top picks for shows to binge-watch across streaming platforms.

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    Andrew Scott in 'Ripley' (Credit: Netflix)
    Andrew Scott in ‘Ripley’ (Credit: Netflix)

    Ripley (April 4)

    Inspired by Patricia Highsmith’s thrilling novels, the show presents Andrew Scott stepping into the shoes of conman Tom Ripley. The rather infamous tale of Ripley has been told before with the 1999 movie ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’, starring Matt Damon in the lead. With Andrew Scott as the new face of the charming conman, the show also brings to screens a stellar cast including Johnny Flynn and Dakota Fanning. Steven Zaillian, popular for blockbusters like ‘Gangs of New York’ and ‘The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’, is writing and directing the show.

    Scoop (April 5)

    A true-story-based show, ‘Scoop‘ delves into the behind-the-scenes drama of the 2019 BBC interview with Prince Andrew. Starring Gillian Anderson and Rufus Sewell, the dramatization of the controversial interview will shed light on the Royal family’s ties to Jeffrey Epstein and the fallout that ensued. The show’s release interestingly comes when the Epstein scandal has recently gained limelight again with the release of some crucial documents related to the high-profile case.

    Rebel Moon — Part Two: The Scargiver (April 19)

    Directed by Zack Snyder, the ‘Rebel Moon‘ sequel promises to continue the action-packed saga introduced in the first season of the well-acclaimed show. With its first season released in December last year, the show has garnered a huge fanbase with just one season. With the second season in line, the extended version of the show is also slated for release later this summer.

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    Amazon Prime Video

    Still from 'How to Date Billy Walsh' (Credit: YouTube)
    Still from ‘How to Date Billy Walsh’ (Credit: YouTube)

    How to Date Billy Walsh (April 5)

    How to Date Billy Walshis a British romantic comedy that follows the antics of two best friends Amelia, played by Charithra Chandran, and Archie played by Sebastian Croft, as they navigate love and friendship. With secret crushes, new arrivals in school, and plenty of humor, the teenage drama promises to be a delightful watch for rom-com enthusiasts.

    Fallout (April 12)

    Set in a retrofuturistic alternate version of Los Angeles, the narrative of ‘Fallout‘ is based in a post-apocalyptic world filled with danger and intrigue. An adaptation of the popular video game franchise of the same name, people on the show live in underground bunkers to stay safe from radiation, mutants, and bandits. With a talented cast led by Ella Purnell and visionary showrunners Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan, the show promises a gripping watch.

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    Disney Plus Hotstar

    'Wish' (Credit: Disney)
    ‘Wish’ (Credit: Disney)

    Wish (April 3)

    Wish‘ is a Disney original production that follows the journey of Asha as she challenges the tyrannical rule of King Magnifico. Set in the magical kingdom of Rosas, the character faces several hurdles on her mission. But with help from a magical celestial being named Star, Asha bravely goes on the epic quest to save her home and uncover the truth.

    Chief Detective 1958 (April 19)

    Chief Detective 1958is a prequel to the beloved Korean series ‘Chief Inspector, the show transports viewers back ten years to the corrupt world of the Seoul Police Department. With intrigue and suspense as the main elements, the show promises to be a gripping watch, especially for enthusiasts of the crime and thriller genre adorned with a talented ensemble cast.

    So there you have it, the handpicked list of shows and films that we think would be worth your while to watch in April this year.Happy watching!

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    Aishwarya is a Senior Sub-Editor at First Curiosity. Working as a news writer for over 3 years, she has written on an array of things for a couple of media houses in different capacities. With writing as her outlet, she is now exploring the world of art and glamour. She has previously been associated with ETV Bharat and India Today as part of national editorial teams. With a fair share of work done covering national and international issues, she is now navigating through her abilities in the field of films and art. A movie and TV show buff, Aishwarya at First Curiosity tries to bring forth what a layman's eye might easily miss out on. Her flair for words and ability to convey what's between the lines are her biggest strengths. Her love for films and writing stems from her fondness for words and all things artsy. An avid reader and writer alike, Aishwarya likes to delve into any and all forms of art. When not tapping on her keyboard churning out articles, she can be found staring at books or screens, trying to find stories that'll help her explore the world and its portrayal through art better.

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