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What’s New On Netflix In April


It’s that time of the month where we bring you our latest picks on Netflix SA.

Here is what’s new on Netflix in April:


  • Pajanimals: From the comfort of their bedroom, the Pajanimals puppets explore a larger world through imaginary adventures, accompanied by friendships and songs. Bedtime can be lots of fun. With these adorable little guys, just use your imagination — and you’ll find lots of it!
  • StarBeam: When colorful villains come out to play, 8-year-old Zoey has the power to transform into StarBeam, a kid-sized superhero. She saves the day, every day! When the world needs saving, it’s her time to shine. This little hero’s all heart — and she’s unstoppable!
  • Spirit Riding Free: Riding Academy: A new chapter begins for Lucky and her friends as they leave Miradero behind to live and learn at the prestigious Palomino Bluffs Riding Academy. New surroundings, same fearless threesome. Join Lucky and her friends at boarding school, where all-new adventures await!


  • Pom Poko: Pushed out of their forests by human development, the wild tanuki of Tama Hills fight back with their shape-shifting powers — if they can get it right. Being human is hard. Especially if you’re a tanuki in disguise defending your forest home from the real humans.
  • Hook: Peter Pan, the boy who wasn’t supposed to grow up, did just that. But vengeful Capt. Hook kidnaps Peter’s kids, forcing him to return to Neverland. Peter Pan is all grown up and his magic is gone. Now his archenemy wants a rematch. Neverland never looked so good.
  • The Mask: A hapless bank teller discovers an ancient mask that turns him into a zany prankster who acts on his deepest desires. Mask on, he’s a wacky charmer. Mask off, he’s a timid clerk. But now the mask’s powers have greedy goons in hot pursuit.


  • Captain Phillips: Four Somali pirates hijack a cargo ship and hold the captain hostage, setting the stage for an explosive confrontation with the U.S. Navy. Taken hostage by desperate hijackers, trapped in a tense standoff, he clings to hope and faith. A gripping true story.
  • The Covenant: Four boys tap into the supernatural powers they inherited from their fathers, who escaped the Salem Witch Trials by forming a covenant of secrecy. Four friends derive superhuman skills from an ancient secret. When a fifth shows up, their rivalry becomes deadly.
  • The Departed: Two rookie Boston cops are sent deep undercover — one inside the gang of a charismatic Irish mob boss and the other double-crossing his own department. A crooked cop tries to get the life he always wanted … while an undercover cop just tries to stay alive.


  • Community: When his degree is found bogus, lawyer Jeff Winger is sent back to college, where he meets students and teachers with credentials as dubious as his. Mismatched college students form a study group that always goes off course. Bonding, pranking … but oddly no studying.
  • The Iliza Shlesinger Sketch show: From the mind of comedian Iliza Shlesinger comes a fun, irreverent mix of kooky characters, sly social commentary and pop culture gags. Tiny dogs. Wacky moments. Insightful observations about love, friendship and societal expectations. Welcome to Iliza’s comical world.
  • Kim’s Convenience S4: While running a convenience store in Toronto, members of a Korean-Canadian family deal with customers, each other and the evolving world around them. Meet the Kim family. They’ve got problems, issues, dilemmas, troubles and — most of all — each other.