New on Netflix From March 27th, 2023, Until April 2nd, 2023!

In the coming week, Netflix will add nearly 70 new movies and TV shows to their library. We’ll detail every new title tentatively planned to launch on Netflix US and pick our three most anticipated new releases.

When we enter a new month, Netflix’s licensed collection will be updated with dozens of new movies from the last sixty years. If you’re looking for movie suggestions, we’ve selected eight of the month’s most anticipated releases for you.

Inquiring as to the complete Netflix additions for April 2023? Yesterday, we added new titles to our extensive preview that you won’t find anywhere else.

Murder Mystery 2

The Spitz family returns for the long-awaited sequel to Murder Mystery, the first installment of which was released almost four years ago.

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Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston are back, this time as the owners of a private investigation firm that is having trouble getting off the ground. A case miraculously appears in front of them, so they don’t have to wait long.

Mark Strong, Tony Goldwyn, and Annie Mumolo join Mélanie Laurent in this sequel.


Dog Gone was our first taste of Rob Lowe in 2023, but Netflix thinks you need more, so they’re releasing his new comedy series Unstable.

 In this new series, Lowe will co-star with his son John Owen as a famous father and his fed-up son battle to save their failing company.

Hatfields & McCoys

Among the new titles coming to Netflix on April 1 is the Western docudrama series Hatfields & McCoys, which is both popular and underappreciated.

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The three-part miniseries, which stars Kevin Costner as William Anderson “Devil Anse” Hatfield and Bill Paxton as Randolph “Randall” McCoy, recounts the bloody history of animosity between the two families, who reside on opposite sides of the West Virginia/Kentucky state line.

My Little Pony: Tell Your Tale

The three types of ponies (earth ponies, pegasi, and unicorns) in Equestria coexist peacefully. Princess Celestia, the ruler of Equestria and Twilight Sparkle’s mentor, encourages her to visit Ponyville and learn about friendship.

The unappreciated Western docudrama series Hatfields & McCoys is among the new additions to Netflix on April 1.

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The feud between the two families, who live on opposite sides of the West Virginia/Kentucky state line, has a terrible history, which is recounted in the three-part drama starring Kevin Costner as William Anderson “Devil Anse” Hatfield and Bill Paxton as Randolph “Randall” McCoy.


An occasional time travel adventure involving a teenage girl and a young half-demon to feudal Japan in search of a powerful jewel’s fragments.

Inuyasha’s extensive romance subplot involving its two major heroes, Inuyasha and Kagome, and two subordinate characters, Kikyo and Koga, who have romantic pasts, is one of the key characteristics of the manga that sets it different from other Shonen series.


“When human tornado Liv experiences a significant health issue, she is forced to reevaluate her ‘live fast die young’ attitude,” reads the official synopsis for Wellmania.


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The new comedy series Wellmania follows the protagonist, a lady who experiences a serious health crisis and resolves to make radical changes to her life.


Unstable, To prevent his father (Rob Lowe) from going further into a downward spiral after the death of his wife, his socially awkward son (John Owen Lowe) takes a job in his high-tech bio-research facility and learns to work with his eccentric and narcissistic-adjacent boss.

28 Days

In 28 Days, When a hard-drinking New York writer accidentally knocks over her sister’s wedding cake and crashes the bridal limousine, she ruins her reputation as the life and soul of the party.

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She first resists going to treatment for a month after the court mandates it, but she finally begins to take her drug addiction seriously.


It follows a high school senior who elopes with an orphan girl who can manipulate the weather in Tokyo. Makoto Shinkai was hired in 2018 to pen the script and helm the picture.

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