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The Best TV Shows coming to Netflix UK in April


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Another month is upon us and, as always, that means new stuff on Netflix!

From exciting new series to some old favourites, there's plenty of procrastination-worthy picks to binge-watch this April. Revising? With all this on the telly? Not on your nelly. 

The Great British Bake Off (Series 1-7) - Now

In case you missed it, all seven seasons of the original Bake Off are now available to watch on Netflix. That's right: you can relive Baked Alaska gate over and over again as you wander back to the good old days with Mel, Sue and Mary Berry. It's an Easter Miracle!

Bates Motel (Season 5) - 11th April

The final season of the Psycho prequel series is coming to the streaming service this month. Starring Freddie Highmore as the iconic Norman Bates, the fifth season is set two years after the death of Norman's dear, demented mother. 

Lost in Space (Season 1) - 13th April

This month's big Netflix original is a revival of a 60s sci-fi classic. With the Earth in crisis, the Robinson family head into space to write a new chapter in human history, but danger soon finds them when they are unexpectedly pulled off course. 

Monty Python's Flying Circus - 15th April

We mean it this time. As was previously announced (and then mysteriously detracted) in February, ALL of Monty Python's most iconic work is coming to the streaming service. As well as classic films like Life of Brian and The Meaning of Life, the Pythons' original TV series is also joining the Netflix vaults, meaning that you can watch your favourite sketches over and over again! 

The Alienist (Season 1) - 19th April

New York, 1986. Dr. Laszlo Kreizler joins reporter John Moore, police clerk Sara Howard and forensics experts the Isaacsons to catch a serial killer in this entriguing new series starring Daniel Bruhl, Luke Evans and Dakota Fanning.

Happy! (Season 1) - 26th April

A drunken ex-cop turned hit man thinks he’s losing his mind when a cartoon unicorn only he can see urges him to rescue a little girl kidnapped by a crooked Santa. As you do. 

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