Best New on Paramount+ in April 2023!

The announcement of a Grease TV series by Paramount+ doesn’t surprise me at all. I just thought it would have happened by now. It’s been over 15 years since Glee first aired; why did it take so long to bring back the original story of happy high school students singing about their problems?

An ostensible prequel, Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies (April 6), explores the origins of the titular girl gang, which appears to have been reworked to be more inclusive and celebratory than delinquent, rather than simply adapting the stage show/movie the small screen and stretching out the plotlines. If you don’t label it “Woke Grease,” a columnist for a Florida newspaper surely will.

Fatal Attraction, the pinnacle of highbrow ’80s sleaze, is getting a series-length makeover on April 30 with Joshua Jackson and Lizzy Caplan in place of Michael Douglas and Glenn Close. I, for one, am rooting for a more savvy, reversed-gender version of You.

Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies

A forthcoming American musical romance comedy series, Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies was developed by Annabel Oakes for Paramount+. Based on Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey’s Broadway musical of the same name, the film Grease (1978) serves as a prelude to the series.

Best New on Paramount+ in April 2023

On April 6th, 2023, it will be shown for the first time.

FBI True Season 2

Considering how long it’s been since we last heard from Dick Wolf’s FBI, I suppose it’s for the best that we finally do. And “Undisclosed” brings us back with a bang — several all aimed at Robert Cabot (Andre Blake), the current President of Armstrong University and the former Surgeon General under Obama. Cabot was killed by gunfire on campus by individuals whose identities have not been revealed.

Maggie (Missy Peregrym) and OA (Zeeko Zaki) are, as usual, investigating the situation. Luke Wagner, a freshman at Armstrong University who had been expelled and had shown up on the porch the day before, braying forcefully — a point for the newfangled video doorbells — is located with the help of Cabot’s wife.

 Wagner’s roommate indicates that he has severe personality problems and uses anti-psychotic medicine, so it’s safe to assume that he shouldn’t be trusted with a firearm. In the seventh episode of FBI Season 2, he tried to shoot himself at home after his father disclosed the specifics of his expulsion from Armstrong.

Thankfully, the pistol didn’t go off, and he was taken in for questioning, where he admitted to shadowing Cabot and being present the night he was murdered.

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South Korean megacities, the year is 2040. It’s about a man who can’t get over the death of his wife from cancer and spends his days in anguish. But one day he receives an anonymous email that compels him to leave his body behind and rejoin his wife in her new home.

Rugrats Season 2

Tom and Chuck try to picture themselves in the future. The parents of the young children decide to rent a cabin in the woods after a disastrous trip to see Santa Claus at the mall.

Best New on Paramount+ in April 2023

While Angelica tries to make things right with Phil and Lil’s toys and gifts, Chuckie is terrified of Santa and wants to stop him.

Beavis and Butt-Head Season 2

Beavis and Butt-head, two pranksters’ best friends, take off on a NASA space mission in 1998 and arrive in the year 2022.

Best New on Paramount+ in April 2023

The teenagers strive to adapt to modern life as the NSA and the U.S. government are trying to find them.

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Fatal Attraction

Life is great for Michael Douglas’s character, Dan Gallagher. He is successful at his legal practice in New York, has a wonderful marriage to Beth (Anne Archer), and has a wonderful daughter. A casual encounter with the sensuous book editor Alex (Glenn Close) alters everything, though.

 Alex’s instability grows once she is rejected by Dan, and her conduct shifts from aggressive pursuit to compulsive stalking. Dan comes to terms with the fact that protecting himself and his loved ones is more pressing than covering up his affair.

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