Attention Binge-Watchers: Here’s What’s New On Amazon Prime Video For April 2018

Whats New Amazon Prime Video April 2018

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Can you feel it? We are getting so much closer to having more warm days than cold. Before you know it, April will be here, the temperatures will rise and we will be able to binge-watch a whole bunch of new TV shows and movies on Amazon Prime Video.

What? Did you think I was go to say we will be able to leave the house and do things outside? Pffft… What world are you from?

The month of April brings us several Amazon Prime Original Series exclusively available for Prime members to stream or download.

Bosch S4: The Prime Original Series is based on Michael Connelly’s best-selling novels and stars Titus Welliver and Jamie Hector. Season four chronicles the events after an attorney is murdered on the eve of his civil rights trial against the LAPD. Detective Harry Bosch is assigned to lead a task force to solve the crime before the city erupts in a riot. Bosch season four is available in UHD on compatible HDR devices. (April 13)

All or Nothing: Dallas Cowboys S3: The Emmy-nominated, Prime Original Sports Documentary Series launched by Amazon and produced by NFL films, gives viewers access to the Dallas Cowboys 2017 season and shows footage unlike any that’s been captured on screen. (April 27)

Little Big Awesome S1A: The Prime Original Kids Series follows two inseparable buddies, Gluko and Lennon, who are in for a wonderfully strange adventure. Not only must they get a lost little bubble back home to Bubble Land, they need to make it back in time to stop a group of adorable yet naughty kittens from messing up Grandma’s house. (April 27)

In addition to those Prime Video Originals, licensed TV series coming to the service next month include season five of History’s fictional drama Vikings and season two of BBC and Starz’s co-production The Missing. Additionally, popular films like the Bill Murray classic Meatballs, The Florida Project and Friday the 13th , as well as popular titles likes Spaceballs , Troy and Uptown Girls join existing films already on Prime Video.

Next month through Amazon Channels, Prime members subscribed to CBS All Access will be able to enjoy two big events live while they happen: The Masters and the 2018 Academy of Country Music Awards. On HBO, action fans can watch the season two premiere of Westworld or check out the newest mini-series Howards End on STARZ. Drama fans looking for adventure can tune into the series two premiere of The Good Karma Hospital on Acorn TV.

Additionally, starting in April, Prime Video is bringing UFC Pay-Per-View live events to customers in the U.S. Kicking off this month is UFC 223 Ferguson vs. Khabib, which will be available on April 7th. UFC on Prime Video Pay-Per-View will be available for purchase on an event-by-event basis for $64.99, with no Prime membership required.

Check out the rest of the new additions hitting Amazon Prime Video in the month of April 2018…

AVAILABLE APRIL 1
30 Beats
52 Pick-Up
A Simple Plan
Basic Instinct
Brooklyn’s Finest
Carrie
Danny Roane: First Time Director
Desperately Seeking Susan
Drugstore Cowboy
Escape from New York
Eye for An Eye
Flashback
For a Few Dollars More
Fred 3: Camp Fred
Fred: Night of the Living Fred
Fred: The Movie
Friday the 13th
Funny About Love
Gamer
Hangman
Hellbenders 3D
Internal Affairs
Kickboxer
Ladybugs
Life Stinks
Marathon Man
Married to the Mob
Meatballs
Miami Blues
Mystery Team
Mystic River
Paranormal Activity
Philadelphia
Prancer
Project Nim
Quigley Down Under
Red State
Salsa
Shanghai Surprise
She’s Having a Baby
Sleepers
Small Soldiers
Snake Eyes
Spaceballs
Stand Up Guys
Standing in the Shadows of Motown
Steel Magnolias
Superstar
Tenderness
Texas Chainsaw Massacre II
The Big Wedding
The Conspirator
The Dogs of War
The Foot Fist Way
The Karate Kid
The King of Comedy
The Man in the Moon
The Marc Pease Experience
The Phantom
The Rage: Carrie 2
The Replacements
The Thomas Crown Affair
The Winning Season
Throw Momma from the Train
Trading Mom
Troy
Up in Smoke
Uptown Girls
Warpath
Wayne’s World 2
Wishmaster
Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies
Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell
Wishmaster 4: The Prophecy Fulfilled

AVAILABLE APRIL 2
Chavela
The Missing (season 2)

AVAILABLE APRIL 5
The Killing of a Sacred Deer

AVAILABLE APRIL 6
The Florida Project

AVAILABLE APRIL 10
Hours

AVAILABLE APRIL 12
I Can Do Bad All by Myself

AVAILABLE APRIL 13
Bosch (season 4)

AVAILABLE APRIL 15
Fame

AVAILABLE APRIL 18
Aida’s Secrets

AVAILABLE APRIL 23
Red Rock (season 3)

AVAILABLE APRIL 24
Vikings (season 5)

AVAILABLE APRIL 25
The Vanishing of Sidney Hall

AVAILABLE APRIL 27
All or Nothing: Dallas Cowboys (season 3)
Little Big Awesome (season 1A)

New TV Available for Streaming on Amazon Channels in April

AVAILABLE APRIL 2
The Good Karma Hospital (Season 2) Acorn TV

AVAILABLE APRIL 8
Howards End (Mini Series) STARZ

AVAILABLE APRIL 13
Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas – HBO
Rellik (season 1) – Cinemax

AVAILABLE APRIL 22
Westworld (season 2) – HBO

Live TV Available for Streaming on Amazon Channels in April

AVAILABLE APRIL 7
UFC 223: Ferguson vs. Khabib – UFC
The Masters – CBS All Access

AVAILABLE APRIL 8
The Masters – CBS All Access

AVAILABLE APRIL 15
ACM Awards – CBS All Access

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