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BURO TV Guide April 2023: 12 Films and TV shows to binge now

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By Marissa Chin

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BURO TV Guide April 2023: 12 Films and TV shows to binge now

This April, get ready to go full-on couch potato mode as this month’s small-screen offerings will keep you glued to your seat! From a psychological thriller about an aspiring chef and an action-packed spy film starring Chris Evans and Ana de Armas to a tale of road rage gone wrong, here’s what you need to watch in April.


Lewis Capaldi: How I’m Feeling Now 

When and where: 5 April 2023 on Netflix 

Watch if: You’re a big fat sexy jungle cat (yes, that’s what the fandom is called)

Starring: Lewis Capaldi

While Lewis Capaldi is known for his sorrowful vocals and comedic personality, there’s more to the artist than meets the eye. In this tell-all documentary, viewers will be able to follow the singer’s journey from an ambitious teen that went viral online to a Grammy-nominated pop star. 

Watch on Netflix.



When and where: 6 April 2023 on Netflix 

Watch if: You’re a road rager 

Starring: Steven Yeun, Ali Wong, Joseph Lee

Admit it, you’ve let out a curse word or feral scream once or twice while on the road. In this relatable comedy-drama, two people who have enough problems of their own collide in a road rage incident that will spark a feud like no other. Maybe next time, you’ll think twice about flipping someone off…

Watch on Netflix.


World’s Most Secret Hotels

When and where: 6 April 2023 on UnifiTV channel 512 and Astro channel 717 

Watch if: You’re in a travelling mood 

If your wanderlust is taking over, this travel show will let you in on some of the most beautiful yet hidden hotels around the world that you can visit for yourself! From Cambodia to Iceland, you’ll find hotels with breathtaking scenery, stunning interiors and behind-the-scenes secrets that will bring your luxury escape up several notches. 

Watch on BBC Player.



When and where: 8 April 2023 on Netflix

Watch if: You love the heat of the kitchen

Starring: Chutimon Chuengcharoensukying, Nopachai Jayanama, Gunn Svasti

If you think Gordon Ramsay was tough, think again. In Netflix’s upcoming Thai drama series, a talented young street food cook pushes herself to the limit after accepting an invitation to train under a ruthless and notorious chef. Will she be able to rise above the challenge or crumble under the pressure?

Watch on Netflix


The Last Thing He Told Me

When and where: 14 April 2023 on Apple TV+

Watch if: You want to play detective

Starring: Jennifer Garner, Angourie Rice, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, John Harlan Kim, Geoff Stults

Based on the best-selling mystery-thriller novel by Laura Dave of the same name, The Last Thing He Told Me tells the story of how a woman must forge a relationship with her estranged stepdaughter to uncover the reason behind her husband’s mysterious disappearance. 

Watch on Apple TV+.


Family: The Unbreakable Bond

When and where: 17 April 2023 on Disney+

Watch if: You’re all about unconventional family dynamics 

Starring: Jang Hyuk, Chang Nara, Chae Jungan

Fans of Mr and Mrs Smith and Spy Family, you’re going to love this! In this upcoming South Korean spy comedy series, an unassuming family man fools his family and friends into believing he’s nothing but an employee at a local trading company when in reality, he’s a highly accomplished National Intelligence Service (NIS) agent. He keeps up this charade but little does he know, his wife has an explosive secret of her own…

Watch on Disney+.



When and where: 21 April 2023 on Apple TV+

Watch if: You just want to see whatever Chris Evans is in 

Starring: Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Adrien Brody, Mike Moh, Amy Sedaris, Tate Donovan

We all have either been ghosted or have done the ghosting. But how many of us would fly halfway across the world for someone we only met once? Romantic or not, Cole certainly did that to track down Sadie—only to make the shocking discovery that she’s a secret agent. No time for second dates though, as both of them are quickly swept away on an international adventure to save the world. 

Watch on Apple TV+.


The Last 10 Years

When and where: 21 April 2023 on HBO

Watch if: You’re ready to cry your heart out

Starring: Nana Komatsu, Kentaro Sakaguchi

In this heart-rending film, 20-year-old Matsuri Takabayashi learns that she only has 10 years to live after being diagnosed with an incurable disease. Not dwelling too much on life, she promises herself not to fall in love, but meets Kazuto Manabe at a school reunion. And so begins a touching love story.

Watch on HBO Go.


Gordon, Gino and Fred: Unseen Bits

When and where: 24 April 2023 on UnifiTV channel 512 and Astro channel 717

Watch if: You love best friend shenanigans 

Starring: Gordon Ramsay, Gino D’Acampo, Fred Sirieix

Watch close friends Gordon, Gino and Fred take a trip down memory lane as they relive their favourite memories from the epic road trips across Mexico, USA and Morocco. Featuring the funniest unseen bits and bloopers that didn’t make it on TV, this series bares it all.

Watch on BBC Player.


Love & Death

When and where: 27 April 2023 on HBO Go

Watch if: You’re in the mood for a spicy, illicit affair

Starring: Elizabeth Olsen, Jesse Plemons, Krysten Ritter, Lily Rabe, Patrick Fugit

This saucy upcoming drama series tells the true story of Candy and Pat Montgomery and Betty and Allan Gore—two churchgoing couples enjoying their small-town Texas life…until an extramarital affair leads somebody to pick up an axe. There’s love, there’s death and there’s also plenty of mystery and intrigue in between.

Watch on HBO Go.


Sweet Tooth Season Two

When and where: 27 April 2023 on Netflix

Watch if: You missed the hybrids

Starring: Nonso Anozie, Christian Convery, Adeel Akhtar

Based on the DC Comic book series by Jeff Lemire, Sweet Tooth returns for a second season and expands on its postapocalyptic universe as Gus and his friends uncover the origins of The Great Crumble. The series tells the story of children who are half-human and half-animal who emerge after a virus takes over the world.

Watch on Netflix.


Peter Pan & Wendy

When and where: 28 April 2023 on Disney+

Watch if: This is your favourite Disney story

Starring: Jude Law, Alexander Molony, Ever Anderson, Yara Shahidi, Alyssa Wapanatâhk, Joshua Pickering, Jacobi Jupe, Molly Parker, Alan Tudyk, Jim Gaffigan

Featuring the beloved characters we all know and love, tune in to Disney’s live-action reimagining of Peter Pan, Wendy Darling, Captain Hook, Tinkerbell and more in this timeless adventure into Neverland. The film follows Wendy and her brothers who journey into a magical land and encounter a boy who refuses to grow up (don’t we all?).

Watch on Disney+.


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