Here Are Our Top April TV Shows And Movies To Stream
As the sun comes out, a new era of content is coming to our screens to match the energy and vibes we all have planned for the spring and summertime. Whether it’s watching Mo’Nique take back her power or entering a new semester at Bringston University. We’re all ready to escape our everyday lives and get invested in the stories from these April projects coming to our screens.
My Name Is Mo’Nique (April 4)
Mo’Nique is back with a comedy special ready to address who she is as a performer and a person. After the drama and mayhem, she removes the mask and lets her fans into every aspect of her life.
Air (April 5)
Air Jordans have always been intertwined in subcultures of hip-hop, fashion and business for decades. Ben Affleck is making his directorial debut, spotlighting the behind-the-scenes process of the sneakers that shifted business and popular culture. The film has a heavyweight cast, including Chris Tucker, Matt Damon and Viola Davis.
The Super Mario Bros. Movie (April 5)
We all remember playing Mario Kart with our Nintendos back in the day, and now our favorite characters are coming to the big screen. Based on the Mario games, the film takes the audience on a nostalgic journey with our memorable heroes and villains in the Mario franchise.
All American: Homecoming Season 2 (April 11)
For those who prefer to binge their favorite shows, Netflix has you covered. The CW original show hits the streaming to experience the whole season simultaneously as we watch Damon and Simone maneuver another semester at Bringston.
Evil Dead Rise (April 21)
Although the official spooky season is in October, it’s never too early to watch a good scary movie. Evil Dead Rise is a part of the new wave of classic scary movie installments, and this film is the new reimagined take on the Sam Raimi film back in the 1980s.
About Kenyatta: Clark Atlanta University and Medill School alumna Kenyatta Victoria is the Girls United writer covering everything from news, pop culture, lifestyle, and investigative stories. When not reporting, she’s diving deep into her curated playlists or binging her favorite comfort shows.