Netflix: Preview of the program in April 2021 with new series and films

Netflix: Preview of the program in April 2021 with new series and films


Netflix is ​​giving an initial preview of the program in April 2021. New series and films will also start in the coming month with the video service. For a better overview, we have the individual restarts and dates available below. Note that this is a preview of the Netflix originals and that more content will be added. The full list of all new series and films for April 2021 should be submitted to Netflix in the next few days. As soon as we get more information, you will find out as usual on our website.

The restart in April 2021 includes the second season of Krasse Pranks: Host Gaten Matarazzo (Stranger Things) takes part in every episode of this horror version the hidden camera two completely strangers to each other on the horror trip of their lives. The film Madame Claude will start on April 2nd, and Night in Paradise will start on April 9th. The latter tells the story of a man who was targeted by gangsters and a woman who no longer sees any meaning in life.

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Netflix: Preview of the program in April 2021

April 1: Krasse Pranks (series)

1. April: Clothes Stories (Series)

2. April: Madame Claude

7. April: Quick Money (Series)

7. April: The wedding helper

7. April: The Greatest Art Theft in History (Series)

9. April: Night in Paradise

9. April: Thunder Force

14. April: Dad Stop Embarrassing Me! (Series)

15. April: Ride of Die

23. April: Shadow and Bone - Legends of Grisha (Series)

29. April: Yasuke (Series)

29. April: Things Heard & Seen

30. April: Anon

Data: Which 2021 Netflix Oscar-Nominated Films Were Most Watched?

“The Trial of the Chicago 7” and “Mank” might have been the only Netflix original films to secure Best Picture Oscar nominations Monday, but they weren’t the prestige titles its subscribers most watched.  

That’s according to data from FlixPatrol provided exclusively to Variety Intelligence Platform, which shows that many other Netflix originals vying for 2021 Oscar awards fared better than “Chicago 7” and “Mank” in Netflix’s top 10 U.S. movie ranking during the days following their debut. 

“Hillbilly Elegy,” which was particularly marred by critics, had the longest post-debut run in Netflix’s top 10 U.S. movie ranking (of the movies that Variety film awards editor Clayton Davis considered top- or mid-tier Oscar contenders in the Best Picture, Director, Actor, and Actress category in late February). Earning just one nomination for Glenn Close as Best Supporting Actress, “Hillbilly” charted in Netflix’s top 10 movie ranking following its debut for 13 days. 

Perhaps even more impressive than “Hillbilly” was the George Clooney-directed “Midnight Sky,” which found itself in that ranking in the 12 days following its debut, even ranking no. 1 in the first five days of that stretch. 

“Chicago 7” made it in Netflix’s top 10 U.S. movie ranking in the 10 days following its September 16 streaming debut, while “Mank” only broke into that ranking in the first day following its streaming release. 

Other films like “Malcolm & Marie” and “Pieces of a Woman” didn’t hold a post-debut top 10 ranking run as long as that of “Chicago 7,” but they held more favorable positions in that ranking than the Sacha Baron Cohen-starring film.  

“Malcolm & Marie” and “Pieces of a Woman” both ranked no. 1 during the two days following release. “Chicago 7” never reached no. 1 in Netflix’s top 10 U.S. movies ranking following its debut, and that’s why its FlixPatrol score of 58 is still comparable to that of “Malcolm & Marie” (56) and “Pieces of a Woman” (58). 

The FlixPatrol score is calculated by the position of a film in Netflix’s top 10 U.S. movies ranking following release day. This score helps quantify a film’s popularity on Netflix at a given time, rather than its inherent popularity, as it’s easier to remain among Netflix’s top 10 ranking during a period when releases are light. 

Note that Ryan Murphy’s musical “The Prom” had a FlixPatrol score comparable to that of “Chicago 7,” as the former title had a fairly high positions in Netflix’s top 10 ranking during the six days following release. 

The apparent discrepancy between what was the best film among the Academy and general public brings back to mind when the Oscars almost adopted a best “popular” film award category.  

While “Chicago 7” and “Mank” likely struck a chord with the Academy for various reasons including political commentary and technical achievement, they’re probably generally less accessible movies to the public than titles like “Midnight Sky” or “The Prom.” 

But even top 10 ranking-Oscar hopeful films like “Midnight Sky” and “The Prom” probably don’t pop on Netflix as much as the company’s top 10 ranking non-prestige films. Netflix’s “Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey,“ which debuted November 13, ranked among Netflix’s top 10 U.S. films for 17 consecutive days following release and has a FlixPatrol score of 106. 

The Oscar push has been a long-haul initiative by Netflix, which received its first Best Picture nomination for Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma” in 2019. 

Netflix will head into this year’s ceremony with an impressive 35 nominations. That’s up from 24 in 2020, the year that Netflix garnered more nominations than any other streamer or Hollywood studio.  

Oscar wins at this year’s Academy Awards ceremony will certainly help Netflix attract more prestige-film seeking consumers to its service.  

But perhaps just as importantly, Oscar wins will also help Netflix strengthen the reputation of its film studio, which could lead to more pacts struck with Hollywood A-listers. 

Talent pays attention to what goes on with streamers’ films. For example, Eddie Murphy became more comfortable with bringing “Coming 2 America” to Amazon after seeing how well “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” performed, the NYT reported in late February.

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