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If you were running out of stuff to watch on Prime Video, there’s no need to fret. April brings shiny releases to keep glued to the screen, including brand new shows and highly-anticipated movies.
The biggest premiere of the month has to be Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse, a spin-off of the popular Jack Ryan film series. The action thriller stars Michael B. Jordan as John Clark, one of the most popular characters in Tom Clancy’s universe.
Clark is an elite Navy SEAL who uncovers an international conspiracy while seeking justice for the murder of his wife. The movie was originally scheduled for a theatrical release but was pushed back due to the COVID-19 pandemic and is finally making its way to our screens. Mark your calendars for April 30.
Next, we highly recommend you check out Made For Love, a sci-fi comedy series with an absurd (or is it?) premise. Cristin Milioti stars as Hazel, a woman on the run after a suffocating marriage with a controlling tech billionaire who has implanted a monitoring device in her brain. Because he loves her so much, of course, not because he wants to track her every move. By the looks of the trailer, this one is shaping up to be a whole lot of fun.
April also marks the arrival of the final season of Younger, the light-hearted show about Liza, a 40-something woman pretending to be a 20-something woman to advance her career. Last time we saw Liza, she was once again torn between the two men in her life, so it will be interesting to see if she finally makes a definite choice as the series draws to a close.
Other notable April releases on Prime Video include Them, an original horror anthology that explores terror in America; and Frank of Ireland, a show about a man’s hapless search for respect as he struggles to get his life together. You might also be interested in Stowaway, a sci-fi thriller about a mission to Mars that goes awry due to an unplanned passenger. The movie stars Anna Kendrick, Shamier Anderson, Toni Collette and Daniel Dae Kim.
Check out the full list of streaming titles coming to Prime Video Canada in April below. You can stream all of them using Prime Video’s 30-day free trial. After the list of new titles for April you’ll also find what shows and movies are leaving the service.
|LOL: Last One Laughing Italy S1 (Amazon Original)||1 April|
|Kamen Rider Amazons S1||1 April|
|The Spongebob Movie: Sponge On The Run||2 April|
|The War With Grandpa||2 April|
|Pandora S2||5 April|
|The Priest||7 April|
|10 Horas Para O Natal||8 April|
|Carlinhos & Carlão||8 April|
|No Gogó Do Paulinho||8 April|
|A Gruta||8 April|
|Them S1 (Amazon Original)||9 April|
|Rahul Subramanian 2||14 April|
|Frank Of Ireland S1 (Amazon Original)||16 April|
|Mr. Mercedes S1-S3||16 April|
|Made For Love S1 (Exclusive Content)||16 April|
|Shiva 143||16 April|
|The Souvenir||16 April|
|Younger Season 7||21 April|
|Nos4a2 S2||21 April|
|Stowaway (Exclusive Content)||22 April|
|Jathi Ratnalu||24 April|
|Without Remorse (Amazon Original)||30 April|
While it’s yet to be completely confirmed we’re going to take a pretty strong estimated guess that we know where some of the titles leaving Prime Video will end up. Desperate Housewives, Lost and Castle should all be headed for Disney+.
The trio are all apart of the Star tile elsewhere around the globe. However, they were all missing from launch when Canada’s Disney+ Star library dropped in February. You can sign up to Disney+ here, there’s no longer a free trial on offer.
|Cold Pursuit||1 April|
|Law & Order||1 April|
|LEGO DC Super Heroes: Batman Beleaguered||1 April|
|LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Guardians Of The Galaxy||1 April|
|LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Avengers Reassemble||1 April|
|Amazing Grace||2 April|
|High Life||3 April|
|Desperate Housewives||21 April|
|Happy Endings||21 April|
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