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7 New Movies & TV Shows on Prime Video in April 2024

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Prime Video is quickly becoming known for having some of the most well known IPs in its content library and this upcoming month some more brilliant content will make its way into the Prime Video’s streaming library. So, today we are here to tell you the best possible movies and TV shows you should check out that will become available on Prime Video in April 2024.

Red Eye (April 1)

Before he was Oppenheimer in Christopher Nolan’s epic biographical drama film, Cillian Murphy played the role of a psychotic villain in Wes Craven’s mystery thriller Red Eye. The 2005 film follows the story of Lisa as she boards a flight to Miami where she befriends Jackson, who turns out to be a terrorist and forces her to help him assassinate the United States Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security. Red Eye stars Rachel McAdams and Murphy in the lead role with Brian Cox, Jayma Mays, Robert Yeoman, and Terry Press starring in supporting roles.

House Seasons 1-8 (April 1)

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Created by David Shore (The Good Doctor), House is one of the best medical dramas ever created. The Fox series follows the story of a misanthropic medical genius Dr. Gregory House, who is addicted to pain killers and sarcasm. We see him lead a team of brilliant diagnosticians to solve some of the most complicated medical mysteries at the fictional Princeton–Plainsboro Teaching Hospital (PPTH) in New Jersey. House stars Hugh Laurie in the lead role with Robert Sean Leonard, Lisa Edelstein, Jesse Spencer, Jennifer Morrison, Omar Epps, and Olivia Wilde starring in supporting roles.

Música (April 4)

Get ready for a musical feast from the popular YouTube content creator Rudy Manusco in his directorial debut Música. The Prime Video film follows the story of a young man suffering from synesthesia, as he juggles the uncertainity of life, love, and the future while living with his Brazilian family in Newark, New Jersey. Música stars Mancuso in the lead role with Camila Mendes, Francesca Reale, J.B. Smoove, and Bianca Comparato starring in supporting roles.

How To Date Billy Walsh (April 5)

How To Date Billy Walsh is a coming-of-age romantic comedy film directed by Alex Pillai. The upcoming Prime Video film follows the story of bestfriends Archie and Amelia, who have been friends since childhood and while they tell each other everything Archie keeps his love for Amelia a secret and just when he is getting ready to confess his feelings to Amelia, she falls for the new transfer student Billy Walsh. How To Date Billy Walsh stars Sebastian Croft, Charithra Chandran, and Tanner Buchanan in the lead roles with Daisy Jelley, Kunal Nayyar, Lucy Punch, Guz Khan, and Nick Frost starring in supporting roles.

Fallout Season 1 (April 11)

Based on a popular role-playing video game franchise of the same name, Fallout is created by Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Graham Wagner. The Prime Video series is set in an alternate future where the world has been destroyed due to ever growing nuclear technology after WWII. 219 years after the nuclear war, the survivors have been living in bunkers and we follow the story of a brave young woman who leaves the bunkers and ventures out in the very deadly post-apocalyptic United States. Fallout stars Ella Purnell in the lead role with Walton Goggins, Aaron Clifton Moten, Kyle MacLachlan, Moisés Arias, and Michael Emerson starring in supporting roles.

THEM: The Scare Season 2 (April 25)

Created by Little Martin, the horror anthology series Them is returning for Season 2 titled The Scare. The upcoming season is set in 1990s Los Angeles and it follows the story of LAPD Homicide detective Dawn Reeve as she is assigned an unbelievably gruesome murder case of a foster home mother. As Dawn digs deeper into the mystery her and her family are gripped by something malevolent. Them: The Scare stars Deborah Ayorinde in the lead role with Pam Grier, Luke James, Joshua J. Williams, and Jeremy Bobb starring in supporting roles.

The Holdovers (April 30)

Directed by Alexander Payne, the award winning Christmas comedy-drama film The Holdovers is finally coming to Prime Video on April 30. Set in 1970, in New England around Christmas time the film follows the story of a troublemaking student, a grumpy history professor, and the school head’s cook form an unlikely bond as they are left alone in the school for the holidays as they have nowhere to go. The Holdovers stars Paul Giamatti, Dominic Sessa, and Da’Vine Joy Randolph in the lead roles with Carrie Preston, Brady Hepner, Gillian Vigman, Michael Provost, Tate Donovan, Oscar Wahlberg, and Darby Lee-Stack starring in supporting roles.

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