Amy Poehler And Paul Rudd's "They Came Together" And More That's New On Netflix This April

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Apr. 1 2015, Updated 3:34 p.m. ET

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It might be April Fool's Day but we're not kidding—there's a lot of new shows and movies you'll want to add to your queue this month. Here's a glimpse at what's New On Netflix in April.

They Came Together. Available April 17. If you couldn't tell by the absurd title, this is a spoof of romantic comedies starring Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler. Tons of other stars make cameos, too, including Cobie Smulders,  Max Greenfield, Ed Helms, Bill Hader, and more.

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Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber

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Chris D'Elia: Incorrigible. Available April 17. Justin Bieber's favorite comedian did a pretty decent job at his roast, but now see what the Biebs' hype is about with this stand-up special.

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Baby Daddy season 4. Available April 17. And the comedy continues with season 4 of this ABC Family sitcom, which is actually airing as we speak and has already been picked up for a fifth season. Better catch up!

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Noah. Available April 18. Russell Crowe plays Noah, as in that guy from the bible, who tries to save the world before an apocalyptic flood ruins everything. Emma Watson, Jennifer Connelly and Logan Lerman also star.

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Sons of Anarchy season 7. Available April 25. The drama aired its final episode in December, but now relive the entire last season, which follows Jax in jail and Gemma as she copes with what she did in season 6 (no spoilers).

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As for what will be taken off of Netflix this month? It's your last call for classics like Coneheads, Mystic Pizza and the original Annie. Get crackin'!

What do you plan on streaming this month on Netflix? Tweet us @OKMagazine.


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