Netflix March 2023 News and New Releases

Pop Culture Press is your Netflix release list source. Here are all the new releases on Netflix for April 2023.

April 1
28 Days
A League of Their Own
American Hustle
Born on the Fourth of July
Charlie Wilson’s War
Conan the Destroyer
Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat
Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax
Friday Night Lights
Hatfields & McCoys—Season 1
Hoarders—Season 12
Hotel Transylvania
How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
How to Train Your Dragon
I, Frankenstein
Inside Man
Matilda (1996)
Not Another Teen Movie
Psycho (1960)
Puss in Boots
Shark Tale
Shrek Forever After
Smokey and the Bandit
Smokey and the Bandit II
Spider-Man 2
Spider-Man 3
The Birds
The Bourne Identity
The Bourne Supremacy
The Bourne Ultimatum
The Land Before Time (1988)
The Negotiator
Thomas & Friends: The Mystery of Lookout Mountain
Weathering (Netflix original movie)

April 2
War Sailor: Limited Series (Netflix original series)

April 3
Magic Mixies—Season 1
Surviving R. Kelly Part III: The Final Chapter—Season 1

April 4
My Name Is Mo’Nique
The Signing (Netflix original series)

April 5
Lewis Capaldi: How I’m Feeling Now (Netflix original documentary)

April 6
BEEF (Netflix original series)
The Last Stand

April 7
Chupa (Netflix original movie)
Holy Spider
Kings of Mulberry Street: Let Love Reign (Netflix original movie)
Oh Belinda (Netflix original movie)
Thicker Than Water (Netflix original series)
Transatlantic (Netflix original series)

April 8
Hunger (Netflix original movie)

April 10
CoComelon—Season 8 (Netflix original series) *Family-friendly option

April 11
All American: Homecoming—Season 2
Leanne Morgan: I’m Every Woman

April 12
American Manhunt: The Boston Marathon Bombing (Netflix original documentary)
Celeste Barber: Fine, thanks
Operation: Nation (Netflix original movie)
Smother-in-Law—Season 2 (Netflix original series)

April 13
Florida Man (Netflix original series)
Obsession (Netflix original series)
The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib—Season 2 (Netflix original series) *Family-friendly option

April 14
Phenomena (Netflix original movie)
Queenmaker (Netflix original series)
Queens on the Run (Netflix original movie)
Seven Kings Must Die (Netflix original movie)

April 15
Doctor Cha (Netflix original series)
Time Trap

April 16
The Best Man Holiday
The Mustang
The Nutty Boy Part 2 (Netflix original series) *Family-friendly option

April 17
Oggy Oggy—Season 2 (Netflix original series) *Family-friendly option

April 18
Better Call Saul—Season 6
How to Get Rich (Netflix original series)
Longest Third Date (Netflix original documentary)

April 19
Chimp Empire (Netflix original documentary)
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & Always (Netflix original movie)

April 20
The Diplomat (Netflix original series)
Tooth Pari: When Love Bites (Netflix original series)

April 21
A Tourist’s Guide to Love (Netflix original movie)
Chokehold (Netflix original movie)
Indian Matchmaking—Season 3 (Netflix original series).
One More Time (Netflix original movie)
Rough Diamonds (Netflix original series)

April 22
Ada Twist, Scientist—Season 4 (Netflix original series) *Family-friendly option

April 25
John Mulaney: Baby J
The Hateful Eight
The Hateful Eight: Extended Version—Season 1

April 26
Kiss, Kiss! (Netflix original movie)
Love After Music (Netflix original series)
The Good Bad Mother (Netflix original series)
Workin’ Moms—Season 7 (Netflix original series)

April 27
Firefly Lane—Season 2, Part 2 (Netflix original series)
Sharkdog—Season 3 (Netflix original series) *Family-friendly option
Sweet Tooth—Season 2 (Netflix original series)
The Matchmaker (Netflix original movie)
The Nurse (Netflix original series)

April 28
AKA (Netflix original movie)
InuYasha—Season 6
King of Collectibles: The Goldin Touch (Netflix original series)

Netflix Is Betting Hard On Advertising

The biggest streaming service is taking more steps towards becoming an ad-based service despite subscriptions. The future is upon us as they have cozied up with Microsoft for a two-year deal in which the two are utilizing Netflix’s intrigue subscriber algorithm for advertising to its base. While Netflix’s philosophy has been to build or buy, they have made it plenty known on a January 19 earnings call, the company isn’t earning enough to carry on with its current budgeting.  Netflix has an agreement with Microsoft at present but apparently, the profits from what’s to come with working with Microsoft are tempting them to work with Google and Comcast. 

That Was Quick: Hemsworth Cancelled for Witcher?

Word is that Liam Hemsworth’s dust-up divorce with Miley Cyrus may cost him the role of  Geralt of Rivia in Witcher. Why? Netflix doesn’t like the fact he’s filed a defamation suit against his ex over her song Flowers

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