As school starts to pick up, you’ll need a few new shows and movies to de-stress, and binge-watch by yourself or with friends.

Luckily, plenty of new content is coming to Netflix this April, and it will keep you entertained while getting through the last full month of classes.

Whether you enjoy drama, comedy or documentaries, there is will be something for everyone to watch next month.

1. “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” (1 & 2) — April 1

Fans of the movie and book series will rejoice when not one, but two of these classic coming-of-age movies are released on the same day. Grab your BFFs and relive 2005 all over again with Blake Lively, America Ferrera, Alexis Bledel and Amber Tamblyn.

The movies are centered around four teenage girls during their summers apart, where they grapple with family issues, love and friendship. However, they remain connected by a magical pair of blue jeans.

2. “Kevin Hart: Irresponsible” — April 2

Fans of stand-up comedy will enjoy Kevin Hart’s debut special, which premieres on April 2. He covers topics such as parenting and marriage. He’ll even talk about his cheating scandal.

3. “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 2″ — April 5

April 5 is the day many people have been waiting for since they binge-watched the last episode of Part 1 of “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” which premiered last October. The series is a much darker adaption of the original series “Sabrina the Teenage Witch.”

Our protagonist, Sabrina Spellman, wrestles with her identity of a half-witch/half-mortal and must fight dark forces along the way. Fans can expect more dark magic and coming-of-age problems, including a love triangle, in the second installment of the series.

4. “Our Planet” — April 5

“Planet Earth” fans rejoice: Netflix is releasing a new nature documentary called “Our Planet” next month, and yes, it’s voiced by David Attenborough. The documentary is broken up into eight separate parts, each highlighting the pressing issues that nature faces today.

“Our Planet” will not only showcase the beauty of the planet, as it will inspire audiences to take action to save it.

 5. “Unicorn Store” —April 5

Brie Larson’s directorial debut “Unicorn Store” will appeal to fans of quirky comedies. The film follows a young woman named Kit, played by Brie Larson, who fails out of art school and moves back in with her parents.

While working a mindless office job, Kit receives an invitation to a place called “The Store.” A salesman played by Samuel L. Jackson offers to sell her a unicorn, but first she must prove herself worthy.

 6. “You vs. Wild”  — April 10

In December, Netflix released its first interactive film “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch,” which gave viewers a new way of watching media content. On April 10, Netflix will release another interactive series with a much different premise than “Black Mirror.”

The series “You vs. Wild” stars Bear Grylls, the survival television personality known for the series “Man vs. Wild.” The twist is that audiences will be able to choose the decisions Grylls makes (although Grylls will still be safe no matter the choice, as this series is not nearly as dark as the last interactive one).

 7. “Black Summer” —April 11

Anyone who loves zombie movies will be happy to see that Netflix is debuting a binge-worthy zombie horror series on April 11.

The series will feature everything that makes a zombie film or show great: Groups of survivors, a separated family and a strong female protagonist. “Black Summer” is the perfect series to watch before the third season of “Stranger Things” premieres in the summer.

8. “Special”  — April 12

“Special” is a new series on Netflix based on Ryan O’Connell’s memoir “I’m Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves.” O’Connell serves as the creator, producer and star of the show, which follows his life as a gay man with cerebral palsy.

The series follows the real ups and downs of O’Connell’s life, including what it is like to hide both your disability and sexuality. The episodes are less than 20 minutes each, making “Special” a quick and easy show to binge-watch.

If these eight new releases aren’t enough to keep you busy, the complete list of what’s coming to Netflix in April can be found below.

April 1

“Across The Line”

“All the President’s Men”

“Arthur”

“Deliverance”

“Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood”

“Evolution”

“Freddy vs. Jason”

“Friday the 13th

“Hong Kong West Side Stories” (Season 1)

“I Am Legend”

“Lakeview Terrace”

“JingleKids” (Season 1)

“Obsessed”

“Penelope”

“Pineapple Express”

“Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon” (Season 2)

“P.S. I Love You”

“Monster House”

“Sherlock Holmes”

“Snatch”

“Spy Kids”

“Texas Chainsaw 3D”

“The Bone Collector”

“The Fifth Element”

“The Golden Compass”

“The Legend of Michael Mishra”

“The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants”

“The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2”

“Ultraman (Season 1) Netflix Original Anime Series”

“Valkyrie”

April 2

“Kevin Hart: Irresponsible” Netflix Original Stand-up Special

April 3

“Suzzanna: Buried Alive” Netflix Original Movie

“Ricardo Quevedo: Los amargados somos más” Netflix Original Stand-up Special

April 5

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” (Season 1 – Part 2) Netflix Original Series

“Legacies” (Season 1) The CW Early Release

“Our Planet” (Season 1) Netflix Original Docuseries

“Persona: Collection” Netflix Original Anime Series

“Quicksand” (Season 1) Netflix Original Swedish Series

“Roman Empire” (Season 3) Netflix Original Series

“Spirit Riding Free” (Season 8) Netflix Original Kids Series

“Tijuana” Netflix Original Movie

“Trolls: The Beat Goes On!” (Season 6) Netflix Original Kids Series

“Unicorn Store” Netflix Original Movie

April 10

“Liss Pereira: Reteniendo líquidos” Netflix Original Stand-up Special

“New Girl” (Season 7)

“You vs. Wild” (Season 1) Netflix Original Interactive Series

April 11

“Black Summer” (Season 1) Netflix Original Series

April 12

“A Land Imagined” Netflix Original Movie

“Francesco De Carlo: Cose di questo mondo” Netflix Original Stand-up Special

“Huge in France” Netflix Original Series

“Mighty Little Bheem” (Season 1) Netflix Original Series

“The Perfect Date” Netflix Original Movie

“The Silence” Netflix Original Movie

“Who Would You Take to a Deserted Island?”  Netflix Original Spanish Movie

April 15

“Luis Miguel – The Series” (Season 1)

“No Good Nick” (Season 1) Netflix Original Kids Series

“The New Romantic”

April 16

“Super Monsters Furever Friends” Netflix Original Kids Series

April 18

“My First First Love” (Season 1) Netflix Original Series

April 19

“A Fortunate Man” Netflix Original Movie

“Brené Brown: The Call to Courage” Netflix Original Stand-up Special

“Cuckoo” (Season 5) Netflix Original Series

“I, Daniel Blake”

“Music Teacher” Netflix Original Movie

“Rilakkuma and Kaoru” (Season 1) Netflix Original Anime Series

“Samantha!” (Season 2) Netflix Original Portuguese Series

“Someone Great” Netflix Original Movie

April 20

“Grass is Greener” (Season 1) Netflix Original Series

April 22

“Pinky Malinky” (Part 2) Netflix Original Series

“Selection Day” (Part 2) Netflix Original Hindi Series

April 23

“I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson” Netflix Original

April 24

“Bonding” Netflix Original

April 25

“The Hateful Eight: Extended Version”

“The Ugly Truth”

April 26

“Otherhood” Netflix Original Movie

“Remastered: Devil at the Crossroads” Netflix Original Series

“She-Ra and the Princesses of Power” (Season 2) Netflix Original Kids Series

“Street Food” (Season 1) Netflix Original Series

“The Protector” (Season 2) Netflix Original Turkish Series

“The Sapphires”

“Yankee” (Season 1) Netflix Original Series

April 27

“American Honey”

April 28

“Señora Acero” (Season 5)

April 29

“Burning”

“The Imitation Game”

April 30

“Anthony Jeselnik: Fire in the Maternity Ward” Netflix Original Stand-up Special

“Baki” (Part 2) Netflix Original Anime Series

“Ingress: The Animation” Netflix Original Anime

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