There's a grand auld stretch in the evenings but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the odd sneaky Netflix evening throughout April.
If the line-up of new releases is anything to go by then you won't be short of options as there appears to be a pile of brilliant original series as well as some great documentaries and classic movies.
An original comedy series based on the #Girlboss, the autobiography of American businesswoman Sophia Amoruso who will be played by Britt Robertson.
Amoruso is the founder of retail website 'Nasty Gal' and the series is a light-hearted look at the trials and tribulations of her foray into the the cut-throat world of running a fashion empire.
Produced by Charlize Theron, the 13-episode sounds like a must-see.
2. Dear White People
A serialised take on the 2014 film of the same name.
The series has already caused some controversy with some critics describing it as 'anti-white' and a number of people boycotting Netflix for showing it.
3. Better Call Saul
The much-loved Breaking Bad spin-off is back for a third season. Weekly episodes every Tuesday from April 11.
The third season of the critically-acclaimed comedy drama will arrive on Wednesday April 5. New episodes every Wednesday.
5. The 101-year-old Man Who Skipped Out On The Bill And Disappeared
The sequel to the 2013 Swedish black comedy the 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out Of The Window And Disappeared.
An original Netflix film, this caper finds the titular character on the run from the CIA.
6. Before I Wake
This freaky flick will appeal to fans of creepy kids in horror movies.
A couple who are devastated at the death of their son foster 8-year-old Cody who it soon turns out has nightmares which manifest themselves into reality. Spooky or wha?
7. Casting Jonbenet
This documentary about the 1996 murder of 6-year-old beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey in Colorado has been much anticipated.
The one-off special will be released on April 28. Check out the chilling trailer below:
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