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New and departing shows and movies

Netflix and chill has taken on a whole new meaning. 

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Americans staying at home to practice social distancing have been seeking comfort, entertainment and distraction from streaming TV shows and movies, even more than before. And although many aspects of society have radically changed as COVID-19 spreads, Netflix is swapping out TV shows and movies as usual at the end of the month. 

This April sees new offerings including movie classics like the “Lethal Weapon” and the “Matrix” series, Netflix originals including baking fail series “Nailed It!” and other great binge-worthy series like “Community,” most recently on Hulu. Titles leaving next month include “Police Academy” and “A Cinderella Story.”

Read on for the rest of Netflix’s new selection of films, series, stand-up specials, documentaries and more. (Playing catch-up? Here’s the full list of programming released in March and February.)

Mel Gibson (left) and Danny Glover are reluctant partners in the Christmas-themed action film

‘Lethal Weapon’ among April 1 titles

David Batra: Elefanten I Rummet (Netflix Comedy Special) Stand-up comedy special from Swedish comedian.

How to Fix a Drug Scandal (Netflix Documentary) Crimes committed by two lab chemists upend a state’s justice system, and the lives of inmates. 

The Iliza Shlesinger Sketch Show (Netflix Comedy Special) Six-part sketch comedy series produced and starring the comedian.   

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