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What's new streaming in April

Updated 11:46 AM ET, Thu March 26, 2015
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April showers bring Marvel flowers. Netflix is premiering its original series "Marvel's Daredevil," about a superhero attorney blinded as a boy but imbued with extraordinary senses, on April 10 and fans couldn't be more ready. The month is full of streaming goodies: Marvel/Netflix
"Noah" (2014): Russell Crowe stars in this controversial retelling of the biblical story. (Netflix, Amazon Prime) Paramount Pictures
"National Treasure" (2004): Cryptology, history and action all come together in this adventure film starring Nicolas Cage. (Netflix) Walt Disney
"All Hail King Julien" (2014): One of the breakout stars of the hit animated film "Madagascar" gets his own show in this Netflix original series. (Netflix) DreamWorks Animation Television
"Delta Farce" (2007): A trio of Army reservists mistakenly believe they are liberating Iraq in this spoof. (Netflix) Sleeping Marmots Production
"Murdoch Mysteries" movies: These feature-length adaptations of Maureen Jennings's beloved novels feature Detective William Murdoch (Peter Outerbridge, right) using new forensic techniques to solve murders in crime-ridden Toronto in the 1890s. (Acorn) Courtesy Acorn TV
"VeggieTales: Dave and The Giant Pickle" (1996): The biblical story of David and Goliath is told using a cast of animated vegetables. (Hulu) Big Idea Productions
"Wilfred" season 4: A depressed man befriends a dog he sees as a person dressed in a dog suit. (Netflix and Hulu) Michael Becker/FX
"American Sniper" (2014): Bradley Cooper earned accolades and an Academy Award nomination for his role in this Clint Eastwood-directed film. (iTunes) Warner Bros.
"Crank" (2006): A poisoned hit man tries to save his own life by keeping his adrenaline pumping in this thriller. (Netflix) Lakeshore Entertainment
"Seven Years in Tibet" (1997): Brad Pitt stars in the true story of Heinrich Harrer, an Austrian mountain climber who became friends with the Dalai Lama. (Hulu) Mandalay Entertainment/Getty Images
"Sons of Anarchy" season 7: The acclaimed FX drama's final season was riveting. (Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu) PRASHANT GUPTA/FX
"Video Game High School" season 3: An elite school of the future teaches a curriculum of video games in this comedy web series. (Netflix) Video Game High School
"Louie" season 5 premiere: The revered stand-up comic is back with his self-named biting FX series. (iTunes) FX Productions
"Baby Daddy" season 4: Jean-Luc Bilodeau stars in this sitcom about a man whose one-night stand drops their baby off on his doorstep. (Netflix) ABC Family
"Donnie Brasco" (1997): Johnny Depp stars as an FBI undercover agent who infilitrates the mob in this acclaimed film. (Hulu) TriStar Pictures
"Halt and Catch Fire" season 1: This AMC period drama about the technology industry during the rise of the personal home computer in the 1980s is hot. (Netflix) AMC Studios
"A Place to Call Home" season 2: Momentous changes await indomitable nurse Sarah Adams and the wealthy Bligh family in this Australian drama. (Acorn) Seven Network
"Pioneer" (2013): A diver is obsessed with reaching the bottom of the Norwegian Sea in this thriller set during the 1980s Norwegian oil boom. (Netflix) Pandora Filmproduktion
"Goodbye to Language" (2014): This film from Jean-Luc Godard follows a couple whose relationship breaks down. It won the jury prize at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. (Netflix)
Kino Lorber Inc.
"The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course" (2002): The late crocodile hunter Steve Irwin and his wife starred in this movie about a time where they are mistaken for spies. (Netflix) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
"Sunset Strip" (2000): A group of young musicians, artists and performers see their lives change over a 24-hour period in 1972. (Netflix) Fox 2000 Pictures
"CSI" seasons 1-14: Now you can binge-watch the very popular CBS series about a group of forensic scientists. (Hulu) CBS Productions
"The Beautician and the Beast" (1997): Fran Drescher and Timothy Dalton star in this comedy about a hairstylist from Queens, New York, who ends up in an Eastern European country tutoring the three children of a stern dictator. (Netflix)
Paramount Pictures
"They Came Together" (2014): Amy Poehler stars as a mall business owner in danger of losing her business to a major corporation in this film, which co-stars Paul Rudd. (Netflix, Amazon Prime) JoJo Whilden/Lionsgate
"Life Partners" (2014): A romantic relationship threatens a co-dependent friendship between two very different young women. (Netflix) Magnolia Pictures
"Hot in Cleveland" season 6b : Betty White can thank this TV Land comedy for keeping her career red-hot. (Hulu) Hazy Mills Productions
"Underworld" (2003): A vampire falls in love with a mortal she tries to protect in this action film starring Kate Beckinsale. (Netflix) Lakeshore Entertainment
"The Soul Man" season 4: Cedric the Entertainer co-created this spinoff of "Hot in Cleveland" and co-stars with Niecy Nash. He plays a superstar R & B singer who becomes a minister after he is called to preach. (Hulu) Hazy Mills Productions
"Starship Troopers" (1997): This sci-fi about humans in a battle with giant alien bugs has become a cult classic. (Hulu) TriStar Pictures