April has already brought a slew of new options, and Netflix is just getting started.
There is a healthy mix of dramatic films, family fare and sci-fi to fill your Netlfix queue up for weeks to come.
Scroll through to best TV shows and films coming to Netflix this week.
Come Sunday is religious drama poised to be a major award-contender down the road.
The film stars Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave, Dr. Strange) as a pastor with a crisis of faith as he realigns his beliefs and, in turn, alienates many of his followers.
Behind Ejiofor is a stellar cast that includes Martin Sheen, Lakeith Stanfield, Danny Glover, Jason Segal and Condola Rashad.
The latest spinoff of Netflix's popular Chef's Table series is all about pastries.
Chef's Table: Pastry will profle a different international pastry chef in each episode.
Announced chefs that will be profiled include Milk Bar's Christina Tosi (United States), Caffé Ficilia's Corrado Assenza (Italy), El Celler de Can Roca's Jordi Roca (Spain) and Room4Dessert's Will Goldfarb (Indonesia).
Netflix returns to sci-fi with Lost in Space, a modern adaptation of the beloved 1965 TV series of the same name.
The 10-episode season will follow the Robinson family getting stranded in outer space and fighting for survival.
The cast includes Toby Stephens, Molly Parker, Ignacio Serricchio and Taylor Russell.
The streaming giant's successful reboot of the Magic School Bus is come back around for a victory lap.
The animated children's show will see Kate McKinnon returning as Miss Fiona Felicity Frizzle, the young sister of the original series' wacky teacher (Lily Tomlin).
The first season came out in September, but it was only 13 episodes. Young fans of the show will be thrilled that a whole new batch of adventures is being added this week.
If you have been looking to watch a film were Samuel L. Jackson goes crazy and shoots people (and are tired of Pulp Fiction), the 2008 thriller Lakeview Terrace will be right down your alley.
Jackson plays a police officer who terrorizes his new neighbors, an interracial couple played by Kerry Washington and Patrick Wilson.
Things start as passive aggressive confrontations, but things soon go off the rails.
One of Will Smith's notable dramatic performances comes in Seven Pounds, a 2008 film coming to Netflix this week.
The film opens with Smith's character planning to commit suicide. He then says he intends to change seven people's lives for the better. Over the course of the film, we meet those seven people and learn what exactly Smith meant by his statement.
AMO: Season 1-- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Greg Davies: You Magnificent Beast -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Pickpockets -- NETFLIX FILM
Chef's Table: Pastry -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Come Sunday -- NETFLIX FILM
I Am Not An Easy Man -- NETFLIX FILM
Lost in Space: Season 1 -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Magic School Bus Rides Again: Season 2 -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Chalet: Season 1 -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Honeymoon Stand Up Special: Collection -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Charité: Season 1 -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Chasing The Dragon
Aggretsuko: Season 1 -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Dope: Season 2 -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Dude -- NETFLIX FILM
Kodachrome -- NETFLIX FILM
Mercury 13 -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Spy Kids: Mission Critical: Season 1 -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Letdown: Season 1 -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Call the Midwife: Series 6: "Christmas Special 2017"
Kevin James: Never Don't Give Up -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Bill Nye: Science Guy
Psychokinesis -- NETFLIX FILM
3%: Season 2 -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Bobby Kennedy for President -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Candy Jar -- NETFLIX FILM
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The New Legends of Monkey: Season 1 -- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Week Of -- NETFLIX FILM