It’s almost the end of the TV season, so there are lots of shows to catch up on! Netflix is here to help you in that regard. And once you’re all caught up, you can find new shows and movies, too. Here are the newest titles to stream on Netflix.
Available April 10
Legit: Season 1
Comic Jim Jefferies plays a version of himself, a fun-loving, irresponsible stand-up sensation whose mother plots to get him to go legit. But how many times can one woman fake a fatal illness before she gives up and lets Jim lead his own life?
Available April 11
Average guy Wade Walker wants to marry his beautiful, successful girlfriend, Grace Peeples. Having never met her upper-crust family, Wade crashes their annual reunion and finds himself in a face-off with her disapproving dad, Judge Peeples.
Film geeks Matt and Owen make a movie about getting revenge on “the Dirties,” a group of bullies who target them at school. Then Matt decides to take things a step further, stockpiling weapons for a sequel in which they’ll open fire on their enemies.
Available April 12
When shy Tanner is outed as a school’s only openly gay student, popular girls Fawcett, Caprice and ‘Shley engage in an epic catfight to acquire him as their “Gay Best Friend.” Tanner soon finds himself torn between popularity and old friendships.
G.I. Joe: Retaliation
In this action-packed sequel to G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, the elite anti-terrorist team finds itself ambushed and framed for treason by global mercenary Zartan. Driven into hiding, the warriors devise a desperate plan to defeat Zartan’s forces.
Available April 13
The Bible: The Epic Mini Series
Re-creating the Bible’s vision of human and divine history for contemporary audiences, this sweeping miniseries incorporates key biblical stories and parables, vividly dramatizing the ancient tales–from Adam and Eve to the revelation of St. John.
Available April 15
Alon Gold: Chosen and Taken
Elon Gold unleashes his sharp, biting humor in his brand new comedy special Chosen & Taken. His manic wit transcends race and religion to celebrate the absurd things people get away with.
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown: Seasons 1 & 2
CNN proposes to send Bourdain around the globe to sample local cuisines in a variety of cities.
Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Season 2
Smart-mouthed fast-food superheroes Master Shake, Meatwad and Frylock take on monsters, aliens and their neighbor, Carl.
The Boondocks: Season 2
Based on the comic strip by Aaron McGruder, this satirical animated series follows the socially conscious misadventures of Huey Freeman, a preternaturally smart 10-year-old who relocates from inner-city Chicago to the suburbs.
Interior. Leather Bar
Reimagining the 40 minutes of explicit gay S&M footage rumored to have been cut from the 1980 film Cruising, this fascinating film explores the normalization of gay culture and the boundaries of sexual and creative freedom.
R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour
Children’s horror writer R.L. Stine presents a collection of bizarre and terrifying tales designed to make kids and parents shiver in their sofas. Witches, aliens and assorted malign spirits abound in the world of Stine’s dark imagination.
Available April 16
While visiting friends in London, American journalism student Jade Spence beats out Britain’s top reporters by exposing a story involving murder and magic. But just as the story heats up, so do things between Jade and a hunky aristocrat.
Haunted by the disappearance of his father, who vanished with the Roman Ninth Legion on an expedition into the north of Britain, centurion Marcus Aquila sets out to unravel the mystery and recover the legion’s eagle standard.
The Manzonis, an infamous mob family, are relocated to Normandy, France, by the witness protection program, where they have some difficulty fitting in. When local problems arise, they respond the only way they know how: mafia style.
What TV shows are you loving these days? What is your favorite movie you’ve seen in 2014 so far? Which movie on this list do you want to see first? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine.