Chewing Gum (Season 2)
Michaela Coel’s award-winning quirky comedy returns to Netflix this month with Tracey Gordon learning more about a world she barely understands
The African Doctor
A feel-good French film about a Congolese doctor and his family who move to a village in northern France that has never seen African people before and explores the subjects of exclusion and perseverance.
Yelling to the Sky
A 2012 SxSW film starring Zoë Kravitz and Gabourey Sidibe, that tells the story of Sweetness O’Hara’s coming of age in a tough neighborhood riddled with fights, instability, and a seedy under culture.
Two 20-something female protagonists fight demons and ghouls in this British series. It’s been described as “Broad City meets Supernatural”
The Oprah Winfrey Network TV show premiered season two last month, but you can still catch up with the first season available on Netflix today. The drama series ighlights the tale of the Greenleafs, a Memphis family that runs a megachurch riddled with scandals, secrets, and adulterous rivalries
French drama film about a group girls coming of age and defining the meaning of relationships, friendships, and conflicts on the banlieues of Paris.
British TV psychological drama starring Idris Elba who works as a murder detective but continuously gets mentally caught between the duty of his job and his criminal interests
The Get Down (Part II)
The second part to the first season of the musical Netflix drama returns this time in the Fall of 1977, digging in and exploring the early roots of hip hop and the music scene in New York.
Some additional titles coming to Netflix this month:
Sandy Wexler (April 14)
Disney’s Queen of Katwe (April 25)
Dear White People (April 28)
Rodney King (April 28)
Murder in the Park (April 28)
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