Netflix UK is gearing up to deliver another month of wall-to-wall bangers this April, starting with hotly anticipated comedy drama series Beef. Ali Wong and Steven Yeun star as two strangers involved in a road rage incident who simply refuse to let it go, their ever-escalating feud threatening to unravel their entire lives.
Continuing on the TV front, Community’s Gillian Jacobs leads the line-up for timely war series Transatlantic, which is based on the true story of an American heiress who risked her life to help refugees flee France for the US during WWII.
Elsewhere, Political thriller The Diplomat sees another strong woman in a dangerous situation as Keri Russell plays Kate Wyler, a - you guessed it! - diplomat whose marriage and career are thrown into turmoil when she unexpectedly becomes the US Ambassador to the UK.
Read more: New on Prime Video in April
Read more: New on Disney+ in April
Read more: New on Sky Cinema/NOW in April
Read more: New on Paramount+ in April
DC Comics adaptation Sweet Tooth’s hotly anticipated second series also finally lands this month. This follow up promises more poignant fantasy adventuring with human-deer hybrid Gus (Christian Convery) as he finds himself imprisoned by villainous General Abbot (Neil Sandilands) and forced to dig deeper into his own origins as he looks for a way out.
Read more: Everything leaving Netflix in April
Last but not least for your televisual viewing pleasure there’s nostalgic treat Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & Always. Marking 30 years of the fan favourite Mighty Morphin era, the original cast are back in action as they travel through time to thwart old foe Rita Repulsa’s (Barbara Goodson) efforts to change history. “Once a Ranger, always a Ranger!”
Watch a trailer for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & Always
For your film fix, April brings us creature feature Chupa which, despite its unfortunately translated title, looks to be a heartwarming found family fantasy. The film, produced by legendary Harry Potter filmmaker Chris Columbus, sees shy teen Alex (Evan Whitten) discover a baby chupacabra — the mythic beast of Mexican legend — underneath his grandfather’s shed, only to end up having to protect it from Christian Slater’s nefarious scientist Richard Quinn.
Later in the month, historical epic The Last Kingdom: Seven Kings Must Die, the feature length continuation of the massively popular Bernard Cornwell adapted series, arrives on our screens. As does A Tourist’s Guide to Love, a Vietnam set rom-com starring 90s fave Rachael Leigh Cook of She’s All That fame.
With thanks to What's On Netflix, here's everything we know is heading to Netflix UK this month..
New movies on Netflix UK in April 2023
Colors of Love (2021)
Lewis Capaldi: How I’m Feeling Now (2023, Original)
Monster Hunter (2020)
Chupa (2023, Original)
Hunger (2023, Original)
Operation: Nation (2023, Original)
The Last Kingdom: Seven Kings Must Die (2023, Original)
One More Time (2023, Original)
A Tourist’s Guide to Love (2023, Original)
New TV shows on Netflix UK in April 2023
Beyblade Burst Quad Drive (S1)
War Sailor (S1, Original)
My Name Is Mo’Nique (2023, Original, Stand Up Special)
The Signing (S1, Original)
Beef (S1, Original)
Watch a trailer for Beef
IRL – In Real Love (S1, Original)
The Nutty Boy (S2, Original)
Oh Belinda (S1, Original)
Thicker Than Water (S1, Original)
Transatlantic (Limited Series, Original)
CoComelon (S8, Original)
American Manhunt: The Boston Marathon Bombing (S1, Original)
Florida Man (S1, Original)
The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib (S2, Original)
Queenmaker (S1, Original)
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & Always (Limited Series, Original)
Ex-Addicts Club (S1, Original)
Rough Diamonds (S1, Original)
Firefly Lane (S2 Part 2, Original)
The Nurse (S1, Original)
Sweet Tooth (S2, Original)