This much-loved 1993 movie about the first-ever Jamaican bobsled team to compete in the Olympics will have everyone feeling nostalgic and rooting for the underdogs.
What's coming April 4: "Chewing Gum" Season 2
The British sitcom has found its home in the U.S. on Netflix. The story follows Tracey Gordon (Michaela Coel), a 24-year-old sheltered virgin who wants to have sex and break out of her shell. Coel won two BAFTA awards for her performance.
What's coming April 10: "Documentary Now!" Season 2
The IFC parody series by Fred Armisen, Bill Hader and Seth Myers returns. Each episode is shot in a different documentary style and parodies some of the most famous and beloved documentaries.
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What's coming April 11: "Kevin Hart: What Now"
There will probably be some short jokes and a golden microphone. The hour-and-a-half special features Kevin Hart's live set at the Philadelphia Lincoln Financial Field.
What's coming April 12: "DC's Legends of Tomorrow" Season 2
Fans love this show so much that the CW increased Season 2 from 13 to 17 episodes. Catch up with superheroes from the DC universe before "Justice League" hits theaters.
What's coming April 14: "Chelsea" Season 2
Chelsea Handler's Netflix Original talk show will be switching from its three, half-hour shows to one hour-long show released on Fridays. You can count on more outside-the-studio segments and more in-depth interviews.
What's coming April 19: "A Plastic Ocean"
One journalist with a love for the ocean travels the world to find out what is in them. He discovers plastic and its widespread impact on the planet.
What's coming April 21: "Bill Nye Saves the World" Season 1
Bill Nye is back and better than ever. Alongside a slew of celebrity guests, the science guy will tackle topics like sex, global warming and alternative medicine.
What's coming April 28: "Casting JonBenet"
Netflix is back at the true-crime genre with a hybrid documentary that has already received acclaim. The film will combine real-life accounts and reflections with performances to portray the tragic legacy of JonBenet Ramsay.