New Movies and TV Series on Disney Plus in April 2022

New on Disney Plus in April 2022: The best movies, TV series, originals, and documentaries to stream this month, the Kardashians are back on TV with a new reality series and Sofia Black-D’Elia plays an alcoholic who moves back home in Single Drunk Female.


Step Into… The Movies with Derek and Julianne Hough (1 April)
Emmy Award-winning choreographers and professional dancers Derek Hough and Julianne Hough recreate the most legendary cinematic performances.

Single Drunk Female Original (6 April)

A public flame-out at a New York media company forces 20-something alcoholic Samantha Fink to seize the only chance she has to sober up and avoid jail time: moving back home with her overbearing mother, Carol.

Terapia Alternativa Original (6 April)

Ex-lovers set out on an unusual couples’ therapy with a young and a bit unorthodox psychologist to try to put an end to their relationship, and this way stop lying to their families.

Life Bites (6 April)

A sitcom bringing a comic touch to the difficulties common to the world of young teens: relationships with brothers and sisters, parents, friends, dating, and more.

NCIS (6 April)

With liberal doses of humour, NCIS focuses on the sometimes complex and always amusing dynamics of a Naval Criminal Investigative Service team forced to work together in high-stress situations.

Harrow series 3 (6 April)

Daniel Harrow is a brilliant forensic pathologist who solves the cases others can’t. When a secret from his past threatens his career and his family, he’ll need all his wit and forensic genius to keep a crime buried together.

The Ignorant Angels Original (13 April)

Following the death of her husband in a car accident, Antonia discovers that he was having an affair with a man named Michele.

Antidisturbios Original (13 April)

Six riot police take part in an eviction that goes awry and ends up with an immigrant dying. Internal Affairs investigates the incident.

The Missing (13 April)

Tony and Emily Hughes go to France on a holiday with their five-year-old son Oliver. However, when their car breaks down one night in a small town, Tony suddenly loses sight of his son.

The Mick (13 April)

A comedy about a hard-living, foul mouthed woman who moves to affluent Greenwich, Connecticut to raise the spoiled kids of her wealthy sister who has fled the country.

The Kardashians Original (14 April)

Kris, Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall and Kylie bring the cameras back to give truth to their stories, from the intense pressures of running billion-dollar businesses to the hilarious joys of playtime.

Trust Me (20 April)

A series of gripping thrillers that expose the dark side of the people we trust to care for us – doctors. Each series features a brand new story and cast and explores a different, often unfamiliar world.

Mrs America (20 April)

As feminists from all across the American subcontinent rally to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, Phylis Schlafly, a conservative activist, opposes it.

Wicked Tuna: North vs South (27 April)

It’s the Clash of the Titans on this season of Wicked Tuna: North vs South, featuring championship boats from both Gloucester and the Outer Banks.

Dollface series 2 (27 April)

Series two follows Jules (Kat Dennings) and her girlfriends – post pandemic, post heartbreak, heading toward turning 30.

The Passage (27 April)

When Amy becomes a test subject for Project Noah, a secret initiative to find a cure for all illnesses, Brad, her government escort, decides to protect her from the scientists’ scheme.



The Reason I Jump (1 April)

Based on the bestselling book by Naoki Higashida, a non-speaking autistic Japanese boy, this film weaves Naoki’s writings around stories of non-speaking autistic people across the globe.

Operation Orangutan (1 April)

A rehabilitation centre in western Kalimantan in Borneo aims to rescue and rehabilitate injured and orphaned orangutans for release back into the wild.

Wild Australia (6 April)

Australia: kingdom of kangaroos and red rocks, continent of natural wonders. A glimpse of the wild Down Under like never before.

Africa’s Deadliest series 5 and 6 (6 April)

Africa’s Deadliest explores the deepest, darkest depths of Africa, to come face to face with the deadliest predators.

Lion Kingdom (6 April)

The saga of three lion families linked together by a strange, charmed place: a beautiful oasis on the Mwagusi River in Tanzania where there is always water.

Platiki: 12,000 Bottle Boat S (6 April)

The extraordinary journey of the Plastiki, a boat built from over 12,000 recycled plastic drinking bottles, as Adventurer David De Rothschild attempts to sail the boat across the Pacific.

Wild Way of the Vikings (8 April)

Experience the natural world through the eyes of the Vikings, from the killer whales of the North Sea to the volcanic mounts of Iceland. Ewan McGregor narrates.

Parched (13 April)

This documentary series investigates water wars from West Virginia and Michigan to Syria and India.

Superstructures Engineering Marvels (13 April)

A docuseries that reveals the extraordinary feats of engineering hidden in the world’s most spectacular manmade structures.

Air Crash Investigation (13 April)

Catastrophic incidents in aviation history are meticulously re-enacted, providing insight into what went wrong and if the crashes and near-disasters could have been prevented.

Drain Alcatraz (15 April)

Through scientific expeditions and cutting-edge CGI, Drain Alcatraz drains the deadly waters that surround the world’s most infamous prison.

Drain the Bermuda Triangle (15 April)

In this one-hour special, National Geographic Channel explores the Bermuda Triangle’s ominous reputation by draining the water from it to see what exactly lies below the mythical surface.

Superstar (18 April)

Featuring rare footage and intimate details about the mavericks who shaped American culture. Travel deep inside the lives of these icons with friends and family who reveal the meteoric highs and the devastating costs of fame.

Hacking the System (20 April)

For 15 years, Brian Brushwood has made a career out of social manipulation and thinking like a criminal. Now, he’s revealing how to avoid people who cheat the system, and showing you the legal tips, tricks, and shortcuts to get ahead in life.

Wild Russia (20 April)

An in-depth look at Russia’s most natural wonders including Siberia, Kamchatka, the Artic, Caucasus, Primorye, and the Urals.

Wild Central America (20 April)

Nigel Marven explores the stunningly beautiful country of Guatemala, uncovering a wealth of wildlife, dramatic scenery and ancient Maya history along the way.

Wild Hawaii (20 April)

Seven million years ago, Hawaii rose from the sea a volcanic wasteland. How these islands transformed themselves into paradise is a story that defies the odds, and challenges our perceptions.

Captive Audience (21 April)

The story of how a story gets told, and how the media’s magnifying glass affects the characters caught in the narrative.

Polar Bear Original (22 April)

A documentary telling the story of a new mother whose memories of her own youth prepare her to navigate motherhood in the increasingly challenging world that polar bears face today.


Better Nate Than Ever Original (1 April)

Thirteen-year-old Nate Foster has big Broadway dreams. When his parents leave town, Nate and his best friend Libby sneak off to the Big Apple for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Amélie (1 April)

Amélie is an innocent and naïve girl in Paris with her own sense of justice. She decides to help those around her and, along the way, discovers love.

David Brent: Life On The Road (1 April)

A camera crew catches up with David Brent, former star of the The Office, as he now fancies himself a rock star on the road.

The Sweeney (1 April)

A hardened detective in the Flying Squad of London’s Metropolitan Police. Based on the 70s UK TV show.

Welcome to the Punch (1 April)

When a notorious criminal is forced to return to London, it gives a detective one last chance to take down the man he’s always been after.

Sex Appeal (8 April)

Avery, a teenager with a tendency towards perfectionism, enlists her friend Larson to help her prepare for her first time with her long-distance boyfriend.

A Monster Calls (8 April)

Conor, a 12-year-old boy, encounters an ancient tree monster who proceeds to help him cope with his mother’s terminal illness and being bullied in school.

Another Year (8 April)

An old married happy couple are visited by various friends and family over the course of one year and all of them are unhappy and have different problems.


Walk the Prank (1 April)

A group of children put hidden cameras in particular locations and pull off harmless pranks on people.

Disney Junior Music Lullabies (6 April)

Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Doc McStuffins, Fancy Nancy and other Disney characters welcome the nighttime with gentle lullabies.

Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked (6 April)

While on vacation aboard a luxury cruise liner, Alvin, Simon, Theodore and the Chipettes get into mischief and later wind up stranded on a remote island.

Like Mike (8 April)

When a hoop-loving 14 year old with a dream to play in the NBA finds a mysterious pair of old trainers, he makes the leap from playground hijinks to superstardom.

Ice Age: Scrat Tales Original (13 April)

Scrat experiences the ups and downs of fatherhood as he and the mischievous Baby Scrat bond with each other and battle for ownership of the highly treasured acorn.

Ghost Force (13 April)

Three secondary school students secretly fight the ghosts that haunt their city.

Alvin And The Chipmunks: The Road Chip (13 April)

The Chipmunks believe that Dave plans to propose to his new girlfriend in Miami – and dump them. They have three days to get to him and save themselves not only from losing Dave but also from gaining a terrible step-brother.

The Queen Family Singalong (18 April)

Crank up the volume and rock out for an hour of killer Queen hits, performed by musical artists the whole family knows and loves.

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