Here's What TV Shows and Movies Are Coming to Amazon Prime This April

Source: YouTube
Source: YouTube

Adding variety to its collection of TV series and movies, Amazon Prime will release its sophomore season of Catastrophe in April, as well as unveil its new children series Thunderbirds Are Go. Yes, the two series are vastly different from one another, but there's plenty more great options to choose from in their latest batch of streaming adds — including the original Mad Max film from 1979. 

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Without further ado, here's a full list of what you'll be able to check out on Amazon Prime in April (the asterisk denotes an Amazon Prime exclusive that isn't available on another streaming service). 

April 1: 

Amistad

Bananas

Batman (1989)

Crimes and Misdemeanors

Cube (1997)

Cube 2: Hypercube

Cube Zero

Death Wish

Dennis the Menace

Deuces Wild

Dr. T. and the Women

Dream Lover (1993)

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 (2002)

Music From Another Room

Nurse (2013)

Payback (1999)

The Peacemaker (1997)

Pootie Tang

Pumpkin

Pumpkinhead

Rare Birds

Rescue Dawn

Risky Business (1983)

Ronin

Santee

Simon Says (2006)

Skipped Parts

Step Into Liquid

Swimming With Sharks

Teen Wolf Too

The Arrival (1996)

The Big Lebowski*

The Dead Zone

The Devil's Advocate

The Holiday (2006)

The Naked Gun 2 & 1/2: The Smell of Fear

You've Got Mail

April 6:

The Transporter Refueled

April 7:

Nasty Baby

April 8:

Catastrophe season two*

Source: YouTube

April 9:

Maggie

Sliding Doors

April 12:

Mad Max (1979)

Source: YouTube

April 15:

Thunderbirds Are Go season 1*

The Whistleblower (2010)

April 18:

Home Fires season 1

The Widower season 1

April 19:

Tangerines

April 21:

Veep season 2

April 22:

Pawn Sacrifice

April 25:

Unity: The Latin Tribute to Michael Jackson

April 27:

The Great Fire season 1

April 30:

Ides of March

Source: YouTube

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