Once again Roku viewers has a reason to smile as they will get to see some wonderful and fantastic premieres on Roku channels this April. Don’t know about this. Don’t worry. Read the article and know about these premieres.
If you are looking for a reason to procrastinate spring cleaning like everyone do. But you will be happy to know that there are 16 must see premieres this April and don’t forget all the good stuff from last month. Your spring streaming queue in April includes some very good performances, music and wonderful story lineups. Here are list of the must premieres on Roku Tv that will entertain you in this month:
Call the Midwife (next day on PBS) April 2
The season 6 of this series takes us to 1962. But times are changing with new policies and leaderships at Nonnatus house.
iZombie (Free the next day on The CW) April 4
In the season 3 of this series Liv Moore discovers that there are more zombies living in Seattle than she previously believed.
The Real Housewives of New York City (Bravo Now, Sling TV or PlayStation Vue) April 5
There is never a dull moment with Bethenny, Ramona, Carol, Sonja, Dorinda, and rest of the women of The Rest Housewives of New York City as they balance their personal, business and social lives.
First Dates (NBC plus Sling TV and PlayStation Vue in selected markets) April 7
The executive producers Drew Barrymore and Ellen DeGeneres take on the variety of real first dates, where hopeful singles seek a chance at true love.
The Get Down (Netflix) April 7
The show is back for the season two. The Get Down follows the talented and soulful youth of the South Bronx chasing dreams and breakneck beats to transforms music history.
Better Call Saul (AMC, Sling TV or PlayStation Vue) April 10
The season two of this show left us with a Chuck and Saul cliffhanger as well as a clash between Hector and Mike. You can now look out for the return of Breaking Bad villain Gus Fring’s this season as well.
Mystery Science 3000 (Netflix) April 14
This cult hit returns on Netflix. This has been captured by mad scientists, now host Jonah survives a blitz of cheesy B movies by riffling on them with his funny root pals.
Doctor Who (BBC America via Sling TV or PlayStation Vue) April 15
This is the final season with actor Peter Capaldi as The Doctor expect The Doctor to regenerate into a new iteration of the characters for the coming seasons.
The Leftovers (HBO NOW) April 16
The season two finale of this show left us with Kevin and family together and happy. Will this happiness last in the third and final season?
Guerrilla (SHOWTIME) April 16
This six part limited series tells us the story of a couple whose relationship and values are tested when they cross over from political activism to radical militancy in London in 1970.
Veep (HBO NOW) April 16
How will post presidential life be like for Selena Meyer? It is cure to be hilarious.
Pretty Little Lies (Freeform, Sling TV or PlayStation Vue) April 18
It is almost time to say goodbye to Rosewood. For the final season they have promised to wrap up all lose ends. You can expect a big reveal at the end of each of the last ten episodes.
Fargo (FXNOW, Sling TV or PlayStation Vue) April 19
Two brothers siblings rivalty follows a twisted path that starts with pretty theft but soon leads to murder, mobsters and cut-throat competitive bridge.
Silicon Valley (HBO NOW) April 23
Will Richard quit Pied Piper? Does he have a better company idea? If Jared’s outburst in the teaser is an indication of what’s to come this season and we are totally on board.
The Handmade’s Tale (Hulu) April 26
This is an adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s drama. Elisabeth Moss stars as a woman out to locate her missing daughter.
Catastophe (Amazon Video) April 28
The season three of this show is just of six episodes and Is not like as of seasons 1 and 2.This season is a must watch for Carrie Fisher fans also as her role as Rob’s mother marks her final acting role before her tragic death.
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