6 New Shows Coming on Netflix This Week

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Netflix is bringing us the newest content all April long, so buckle up to check out the best movies and shows streaming now. You can always let Netflix have your back to bring you unbelievable and ingenious new content like Netflix Original movies A Tourist’s Guide to Love and My Name Is Mo’Nique, in addition to Netflix Original series Beef and Transatlantic, and many more.

If you’re trying to sort through all the options and figure out what to watch on Netflix this month, you can also check out many other marvelous new Netflix Originals that you’ll adore.

Throughout the month, people have been enthusiastically waiting to see what new shows would be coming to Netflix. From old classics to brand new films having their premiere, Netflix is full of excellent movies, documentaries, and comedy specials this April. Here are 6 shows coming out this week on Netflix that you can check out.

1. My Name Is Mo’Nique:

My Name is Mo’Nique | Official Trailer | Netflix

Actress and comedian Mo’Nique is charming us all with an absolutely new stand-up special coming on Netflix early this month. My Name Is Mo’Nique will bring us the gifted performer as we have never witnessed her before, showing a whole other side of Mo’Nique as she discloses on everything from staring down a racist teacher to her grandmother’s sex admonition. Begin your month of April strong by watching Mo’Nique shredding it up in this unique, funny new comedy special.

2. A Tourist’s Guide to Love:

A Tourist's Guide to Love | Official Trailer | Netflix

Get ready to fall in love completely with A Tourist’s Guide to Love later this month, taking the watchers on a sophisticated and wondrous journey from the comforts of your home. This romantic-comedy, Netflix Original talks about travel executive Amanda Riley (Rachael Leigh Cook) who, immediately after an unforeseen breakup, opts to take on a job in Vietnam confidentially to learn the details of their tourist industry. On this journey, she comes across iconoclastic tourist guide Sinh Thach (Scott Ly), who takes her on a breathtaking adventure to discover life and love off the beaten path.

3. Beef:

One brand new release that should definitely be on your watchlist is Beef, a Netflix Original comedy-drama revolving around an episode of road rage that eventually takes over and unfolds the lives of two people indulged, unsuccessful contractor Danny Cho (Steven Yeun) and unsatisfied entrepreneur Amy Lau (Ali Wong). The 10 thirty-minute episodes first season of the series is all set to star Yeun, Wong, David Choe, Young Mazino, Joseph Lee, and Patti Yasutake, so be there this month to witness what it’s like to have a major beef with someone.

4. Transatlantic:

Transatlantic | Official Trailer | Netflix

Based on Julie Orringer’s 2019 novel The Flight Portfolio, this straight-out-of-the-oven Netflix Original history drama mini-series revolves around two Americans and their comrades as they make disorganized rescue plans in 1940 Marseilles to help artists, writers, and refugees to escape Europe during WWII. With a cast led by Gillian Jacobs, Cory Michael Smith, Deleila Piasko, Corey Stoll, Grégory Montel, Ralph Amoussou, Luke Thompson, and Amit Rahav, the thrilling new title will definitely give you an unmoving, win-or-lose adventure from the start to finish, so be there to enjoy this delicacy on Netflix early in April.

5. The Diplomat:

The Diplomat | Official Trailer | Netflix

In the middle of an international crisis, Kate Wyler, a career diplomat, falls into the claws of a high-profile job for which she isn’t suited that well, with substantial suggestions for her marital life and her political future.

6. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & Always:

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & Always | Official Trailer | Netflix

In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Power Rangers franchise, Netflix is taking us down memory lane with some original members of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers making a comeback of their classic role. The Rangers like they used to be, come in the face of impending doom from the past. In the middle of a world crisis, they are summoned once again to be the heroes that the world needs.