Netflix: April’s Newest Arrivals
Netflix, the world’s leading entertainment service, has just announced a number of TV shows and movies that are coming to Netflix in April 2019. Unfortunately, there are also shows that have either been cancelled or are just getting taken off of the program.
With a monthly subscription to Netflix, you are able to watch hundreds of popular shows and movies such as Stranger Things, Queer Eye, The Kissing Booth, etc.
This year, they announced they are adding brand new movies and shows to their website. This year’s announcement includes adding new movies and shows—some well-known and loved by many, and some brand new Netflix Originals. These originals include: The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: PT2, The Perfect Date, and You vs. Wild. There will also be many more included.
On October 26, 2019, Netflix added The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina; the adaptation of the former Sabrina the Teenage Witch television series. It is a dark coming-of-age series that appeals to horror and occult junkies. Fans have been dying for a sequel to the series, and it is finally going to happen on April 5, 2019 (slow clap).
“It is very exciting,” said Madison Costa, a junior at LIM College. “The first part of the show was extremely intense, and I can’t wait to see what other twists they incorporate in the second season.”
Noah Centineo, heart-throb star of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, is going to be featured in the new Netflix movie The Perfect Date. In this drama, Centineo plays a high school student who needs to find not only an extracurricular activity to participate in, but also the money to get him into the Ivy League school of his dreams. Laura Marano and Camila Mendes are also set to be featured in the upcoming film.
“I loved Noah in the movies To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and Sierra Burgess is a Loser,” said former LIM College student Zandrea Deritis. “I’m very excited to see what he has to offer in The Perfect Date.”
Personally, I am definitely looking forward to watching all of the new content coming to Netflix. I’ve had my subscription for many years now. It’s something I don’t see myself getting rid of anytime soon because of the service’s consistency, and the fresh, new originals that they bring to the table.