• Ashley Haga

New to Netflix coming in April


Netflix is always reliable on bringing a lot of movies and shows every month, and whether new or old, many people seem to always enjoy what Netflix has to offer. This April, Netflix will be adding a lot of content to its streaming service, and here are a few new titles to look forward to.

Many classic and newer scary movies will be added, including "Freddy Vs. Jason" (2013), a movie in which two iconic bad guys in horror go against normal people, then each other. There's also "Friday the 13th" (2009), a remake of the 80's classic, in which teenagers decide to go to Camp Crystal Lake for some fun, with no knowledge of the mad-man Jason Voorhees. Many more of this genre will be added, as well.

Season Two of "The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina," a Netflix series based loosely on the Archie comics, will also be released. In the new season, Sabrina will continue to amaze and grow her power, facing some new challenges and foes on her "adventures."

A new documentary, "Our Planet," will be narrated by David Attenborough, an English broadcaster and natural historian. The documentary will show many diverse creatures and climates and will also show how climate change harms many different environments.

Many older movies will also be added to the list, such as "All the Presidents Men" (1976), which focuses on two Washington Post reporters, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, who were the first men to uncover the Watergate Scandal of President Richard Nixon (1969-1974). Also being released is "Bonnie and Clyde" (1967). Many know the story of Bonnie and Clyde: they meet in Texas in 1930, and after falling deeply for each other, they also fall deeply into the life of crime and remain happy as long as they have each other. This movie tells the well-known story of the two who were together until the end.

Many of these movies will be released onto Netflix throughout the entire month of April, in no particular order.