As the month of April draws near, streaming services are preparing to welcome an exciting lineup of new titles while bidding adieu to some old favorites. Here’s a sneak peek at the most anticipated arrivals and notable departures on major platforms like Apple TV+, Netflix, and Disney+ for April 2023.
Upcoming Movies and TV Shows:
1) Ghosted (Apple TV+)
Chris Evans and Ana de Armas star in this upcoming Apple TV+ production. The film follows the story of a man who seeks to uncover the truth about his wife’s mysterious disappearance. As the plot unravels, viewers will be treated to a thrilling tale filled with suspense and intrigue.
2) Sweet Tooth (Netflix)
Netflix’s highly anticipated continuation of “Sweet Tooth” is set to premiere in April. The show, based on the comic book series by Jeff Lemire, revolves around a hybrid deer boy who embarks on an extraordinary adventure in a post-apocalyptic world.
3) Beef (Netflix)
Netflix’s new comedy-drama TV series, “Beef,” promises to deliver an engaging mix of humor and drama. The show, set in a small English town, focuses on the lives and interactions of its quirky inhabitants.
Leaving Movies and TV Shows:
1) Forrest Gump (Netflix)
As April arrives, Netflix subscribers will have to say goodbye to the heartwarming classic “Forrest Gump.” on April 1st. The movie, starring Tom Hanks, tells the incredible life story of a man with a low IQ who inadvertently influences several major historical events.
2) The King’s Speech (Prime Video)
Prime Video will bid farewell to the historical drama “The King’s Speech” on April 27th. The film, which won four Academy Awards, depicts the relationship between King George VI, played by Colin Firth, and his speech therapist, portrayed by Geoffrey Rush.
Don’t miss your chance to catch these captivating titles before they leave your favorite streaming platforms. And remember to mark your calendar for the exciting new releases that April has in store. Happy streaming!
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