Faced with the coronavirus, Netflix will not lower its guard and will present these premieres to make April a more bearable month. Perhaps life out there will slow down with the cessation of activities, but in the digital world activity is thriving. Read Huawei launches its new P40, this will cost in Mexico
In the fourth season of ‘La Casa de Papel’, more than one life is in danger. The Professor’s plan begins to crumble, and the thieves face enemies both inside and outside the Bank of Spain.
If you’re going to stay home, these are the Netflix releases in April. Photo: Pixabay
Nailed It !, season 4
From Sunderland to Death, season 2
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The Paper House, season 4
The Walking Dead: Season 9
The Dragon: The Return of a Warrior, season 2
The Midnight Gospel
The Secret Ingredient: Cannabis
The House of Flowers, season 3
After Life: Beyond My Woman
Three meters over the sky
In ‘Rescue Mission’, Chris Hemsworth plays a seasoned mercenary who turns his target into an introspective survival career when he is sent to Bangladesh to rescue the son of a drug lord.
A Lady On Wheels
War of the Worlds
Live at night
In Live Meat
The Paper House: The Phenomenon
Coffe and Kareem
Love, Wedding, Chance
Do you know Joe Black?
The club of five
Children and family
Stuart Litte 2: The Adventure Continues, Spirit: Riding Free, and The Willoughby Brothers are some of the premieres to entertain the little ones in the home.
Spirit: Free Riding, Riding Academy
Little Foot: In Search of the Enchanted Valley
Stuart Little 2: The Adventure Continues
The Heroes of the Apocalypse: Book 2
Barbie Dreamhouse Adventures: Come on, Team Roberts !, Season 1
Specials and documentaries
After teen Cyntoia Brown’s life sentence, a series of questions about her past, her physiology, and the law cast doubt on her guilt. This in the premiere of April 29.
The Iliza Shlesinger Sketch Show
Mauricio Meirelles: The Path of Chaos
Condemnation and Redemption: The Case of Cyntoia Brown