From “Heartbreak High” to “Fallout” — Here’s Your Guide on What to Watch In April


Can we all just collectively exhale a big sigh of relief that March is finally over? Seriously, it felt like a never-ending rollercoaster of chaos. Well, fear not because April is here, and we’re officially declaring it the month of relaxation. Below, find what to watch in April.

Picture this: cosy blankets, your favourite snacks within arm’s reach, and a whole lineup of binge-worthy shows and movies just waiting to be devoured. Yup, that’s what we’re talking about! So, consider this your personal invitation to join us on a journey through the best of what’s streaming this April.

From heart-pounding thrillers to feel-good comedies, we’ve got something for everyone to kick back and unwind with. So, let’s press play, escape reality for a bit, and recharge those batteries. Trust us, your future self will thank you for it.

What to Watch in April

“Heartbreak High”, Season 2

Get ready to dive back into the drama-filled halls of Hartley High because “Heartbreak High” is returning with Season 2 this month. Our beloved heroes are back for term two, but don’t expect things to quiet down anytime soon. With fresh faces, including new hotties and a mysterious assailant, peace and tranquility are nowhere to be found. As if that’s not enough, the race for school captain is heating up, and dirty tactics are being deployed left and right. Are you ready for the rollercoaster ride? It’s time to see what Hartley High has in store for us this season.

Premiere date: April 11
Where to watch: Netflix

“Sullivan’s Crossing”, Season 2

Get ready for another round of heartwarming drama in Season 2 of “Sullivan’s Crossing”. Maggie’s back in her Nova Scotia hometown, caring for her dad Sully after a stroke. Meanwhile, Cal’s torn between his feelings for Maggie and worries about holding her back from Boston. With Chad Michael Murray and Morgan Kohan leading the cast, it’s bound to be a rollercoaster of emotions.

Premiere date: April 15
Where to watch: Stan


“Música” is a heartfelt coming-of-age love story written, directed, and starring musician and internet sensation Rudy Mancuso. Meet Rudy, a dreamer with big aspirations of becoming a creator, who also happens to have synesthesia, allowing him to hear music in everyday sounds. As he navigates the complexities of his future, his love life, and his cultural identity, he finds himself captivated by Isabella, a Brazilian girl played by Camilla Mendes.

While it might sound like a vanity project, “Música” promises to be a charming tale, especially since Rudy and Camilla are a real-life couple!

Premiere date: April 4
Where to watch: Prime Video


Step into the intriguing world of early 1960s New York with “Tom Ripley”. This isn’t your average tale – it’s a journey through the intricate mind of Tom Ripley, a grifter whose life takes an unexpected turn when he’s tasked with persuading a wealthy man’s son to return from Italy. But what begins as a seemingly straightforward assignment soon evolves into a tangled web of deceit, fraud, and even murder.

Based on Patricia Highsmith’s acclaimed novels, “Tom Ripley” promises to deliver a gripping narrative filled with suspense and unexpected twists.

Premiere date: April 4
Where to watch: Netflix

“Such Brave Girls”

“Such Brave Girls” is a British sitcom that’ll have you laughing out loud. Josie, Billie, and their mum Deb are in for a wild ride after their narcissistic father leaves them with a mountain of debt. But amidst the chaos, this dysfunctional family finds humour in the madness.

As Deb navigates single motherhood and dips her toes back into the dating scene, she encounters the equally quirky Dev. Meanwhile, the sisters are entangled in their own romantic misadventures. Trust me, this show delivers British self-deprecating humour at its finest.

If you’re a fan of “Derry Girls” and “This Way Up” and craving your next binge-worthy comedy fix, “Such Brave Girls” is exactly what you need.

Premiere date: April 18
Where to watch: Stan

“Loot”, Season 2

Get ready for more laughs as Maya Rudolph’s comedy returns with new adventures for Molly Wells. A year after her public divorce, Molly focuses on her thriving foundation and embarks on a wellness journey, with her assistant Nicholas by her side. But when her charismatic architect friend Isaac shows up, things take an unexpected turn. With Sofia Salinas running the foundation, get set for hilarious mishaps and unexpected romances in this comedy rollercoaster.

Premiere date: 
Where to watch: AppleTV+


Imagine a world where mutated monsters roam, hand-crafted weapons gleam, and silver-streaked power armour stands as a beacon of hope. From the intense violence to the comedic undertones, “Fallout” will transport you to a post-apocalyptic America frozen in the 1950s.

Created by the masterminds behind “Westworld”, Lisa Joy and Jonathon Nolan, along with Todd Howard from Bethesda, this adaptation promises to capture the essence of the beloved video game franchise.

Premiere date: April 11
Where to watch: Prime Video

Other Notable Things to Watch in April 2024

  • “Vanderpump Villa” — April 1, Hayu
  • “American Horror Story: Delicate” Part 2 — April 2, BINGE
  • “How to Date Billy Walsh” — April 5, Prime Video
  • “Good Times” — April 12, Netflix
  • “The Circle” season 6 — April 17, Netflix
  • “Rebel Moon – Part Two: The Scargiver” — April 19, Netflix
  • “The Big Door Prize” — April 24, Apple TV+

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