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Amazon Prime to Add 35 New Titles In April

Amazon is planning to add 35 new TV shows and movies to its Prime streaming lineup in April, including some original shows.

The new Amazon Prime lineup in April will include season three of Bosch, the Amazon original drama about a LA detective who works the dark side of town;  season one of American Playboy, a documentary about the incredible life of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner; and season three of Catastrophe, an Amazon original comedy about new parents who find that life only gets more complicated when the little one comes home.

Another notable addition: The Handmaiden, a critically-acclaimed crime drama set in 1930s Korea and Japan. RottenTomatoes.com, which tracks TV and movie reviews, gives the movie a score of 94 out of a possible 100, based on 141 reviews by movie critics.

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Below is a list of all titles that will be added to Amazon Prime in April:

April 1
Almost Famous
Chaplin
Days of Thunder
Eddie Murphy Raw
Election


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Ella Enchanted
Kiss the Girls
Mulholland Falls
Robocop
Robocop 2

Saturday Night Fever
Searching for Bobby Fisher
Sliver
The Ghost and the Darkness
There Will Be Blood

Tommy Boy
What If

April 2
Hello My Name Is Doris

April 4
Tumble Leaf  (Amazon Original)
The Last Exorcism
Precious Cargo

April 7
American Playboy, season one (Amazon original)


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April 8
Barbershop: The Next Cut

April 9
In a World
The Perfect Match

April 13
The Handmaiden (Amazon original)

April 14
Fortitude season two
The Love Witch

April 21
Bosch, season three (Amazon Original)
American Pastoral
Thirteen, season one
Thunderbirds Are Go, season three (Amazon Original)

April 27
American Honey

April 28
Catastrophe, season three (Amazon Original)

April 30
Animal Kingdom, season one.

— Phillip Swann

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