Here's What's Coming to Amazon Prime in April

In April, Amazon Prime is unleashing Catastrophe's sophomore season as well the first season of its children's series Thunderbirds Are GoHowever, the streaming network is also really beefing up its movie collection as it heads into spring. You can binge on romantic comedies like The HolidayMusic From Another Room, and You've Got Mailor you can sink your teeth into the classics Ferris Bueller's Day Off and Risky Business. If you're missing Ryan Gosling's face now that awards season is over, you can also get a double dose with Lars and the Real Girl and Ides of March.

Check out the full list of what's coming to Amazon Prime in April below.


TV


Catastrophe (Season 2), April 8
Thunderbirds Are Go (Season 1), April 15
Home Fires (Season 1), April 18
The Widower (Season 1), April 18
Veep (Season 2), April 21
The Great Fire (Season 1), April 27



MOVIES


APRIL 1

Amistad
Bananas
Batman (1989)
Crimes and Misdemeanors
Cube
Cube 2: Hypercube
Cube Zero
Death Wish
Dennis the Menace
Deuces Wild
Dr. T. and the Women
Dream Lover
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Gang Related
Gremlins
Into the Blue
Lars and the Real Girl
Liberty Stands Still
Maximum Overdrive
Men in Black II
Music from Another Room
Naked Gun 2&1/2: The Semm of Fear
Nurse
Payback
The Peacemaker
Pootie Tang
Pumpkin
Pumpkinhead
Race Birds
Rescue Dawn
Risky Business
Ronin
Santee
Simon Says
Skipped Parts
Step Into Liquid
Swimming with Sharks
Teen Wolf Too
The Arrival
The Big Lebowski
The Dead Zone
The Devil's Advocate
The Holiday
You've Got Mail


APRIL 6

The Transporter Refueled


APRIL 7

Nasty baby


APRIL 9

Maggie
Sliding Doors


APRIL 12

Mad Max (1979)


APRIL 15 

The Whistleblower


APRIL 19

Tangerines


APRIL 22

Pawn Sacrifice


APRIL 25

Unity: The Latin Tribute to Michael Jackson


APRIL 30 

Ides of March


This article originally appears on TV Guide.com.

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Mar 19, 2016
Thanks for posting.

I wonder why MIB2 is the only MIB that seems to show up on these subscription services most of the time.
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Mar 19, 2016
Alright, I can get my yearly viewing of The Big Lebowski on Prime.
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Mar 18, 2016
Thunderbirds are Go is a British show that just recently finished it's first season ... has nothing to do with Amazon (unless they're making their own version)
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Mar 19, 2016
It probably just has to do with who is releasing it in NA.
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