Every notable new title on Disney Plus, Crave and other streaming services in April

We’ve rounded up new and noteworthy titles from Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV Plus, CBC Gem, Crave and Disney Plus in Canada for the next few weeks. (And, if that’s not enough, here’s our list of every new title coming to Netflix this month.)

Without Remorse

In this big-budget action thriller—a spin-off of Tom Clancy’s best-selling Jack Ryan series—internet boyfriend Michael B. Jordan plays a Navy SEAL looking for revenge after his pregnant wife is murdered by foreign agents in a targeted home invasion. He teams up with the CIA to find her killers, but also uncovers a covert plot to ignite a war between the U.S. and Russia that just might kickstart World War III. April 30

Also coming to Amazon Prime Video
Them (April 9) Made for Love (April 16) Younger (April 15) Stowaway (April 22)



This buzzy slice-of-life drama, from director Chloé Zhao and starring Frances McDormand, is a must-watch front runner to get Oscar pool-ready. It follows a middle-aged woman who moves into a van while searching for work when she’s laid off from her factory job in the aftermath of the Great Recession. While traveling across the American west through picturesque vistas, she develops bonds with her fellow out-of-work nomads, forgotten by a faulty system. April 9

Also coming to Disney Plus
Big Shot (April 16) Earth Moods (April 16) Secrets of the Whales (April 22)



Mare of Easttown

This small-town whodunit drama starring Kate Winslet is perfect for fans who couldn’t get enough of Amy Adams’s turn in Sharp Objects. When a pink bicycle and body are recovered from a creek near a small town in Pennsylvania, it’s up to the local detective—an anxiety-ridden former town basketball champion nicknamed Ladyhawk—to solve the the mystery.  April 18

Also coming to Crave
The Nevers (April 11) Confronting a Serial Killer (April 18) Barb and Star go to Vista Del Mar (April 30)


The Mosquito Coast

Justin Theroux stars in this new Apple TV Plus drama series, based on the famed novel of the same name by his uncle, Paul. It follows a man who uproots his family to a coastal South American town on a whim, after growing exasperated with the widespread consumerism in the U.S. April 30



Something Undone

Funded by a Covid-related creative relief fund, this one-person thriller series follows a woman staying at her estranged mother’s home, just outside of Toronto, while settling her estate. There, she unravels the extent of her mother’s schizophrenia and and grows increasingly weary while isolated in an empty house. Sound familiar? March 26

Also coming to CBC Gem First Day (March 31) Farm Crime: Season 2 (April 1) Call the Midwife: Season 5 (April 23)


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