- Star Trek: Picard Season 3 (ongoing)
- School Spirits Season 1 (Continuing)
- Rabbit Hole Season 1 (ongoing)
- Grease: The Rise of the Pink Ladies Series premiere (April 6)
- Rugrats Season 2 Premiere (April 14)
- Mike Judge’s Beavis and Butt-Head Season 2 Premiere (April 20)
- Fatal Attraction Series premiere (April 30)
After an enjoyable assortment of detectives, spies, and spin-offs in March, Paramount+ will have a wide variety of original series in April, including a final mission by France’s most famous star in uncharted space paired with a high school murder-drama in the afterlife, and the origin of the Pink Lady. Pledge and Rugrats return with our favorite dumb teens, all coming in April.
Throughout the month of April, we have a variety of shows, some of them continuing from the last month, such as the third and final of the season Star Trek: Picardas Captain Picard encounters a new enemy, reunites with the crew of the USS Enterprise for one last mission, and the first season of School spirits where A teen awakens in the afterlife trying to figure out why she fell into a limbo that looks like her school, with the premiere season of… rabbit holein which a spy must clear his name of murder and at the same time save democracy against forces he does not know, everything new has been going on since last month.
Now the new april will begin may 6th with the premiere of Grease: The Rise of the Pink Ladies. Where we will go back to Grandma’s high school in the 1950s and see how the social misfits started the first high school clique. On the fourteenth, we’ll see our favorite Rugrats For the premiere of the second season. Then we’ll see some of the older teen ragrats return for the first season 2 premiere of Mike Judge’s Beavis and Butt-head Day 20. And finally, on the 30th, we’ll see what happens to marriage after an affair in the series premiere of a reshoot Fatal attraction. Here’s everything we know about this upcoming series Paramount + in April 2023.
Star Trek: Picard Season 3 (ongoing)
Classic leader of a classic series, Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) continues in the final season of Star Trek: Picard. Captain Kirk doesn’t even have his own show (yet) because our favorite Captain of the Enterprise still has one last mystery to solve. Already reunited with the former command staff of the USS Enterprise, Picard must defeat Captain Vadic (Amanda Plummer), find out who she is, how she knows so much about the old crew, and what she wants before we say goodbye to our favorite Star Voyager next month.
School Spirits Season 1 (Continuing)
School spirits is a murder mystery, with the twist that the person who was killed will also be the one trying to solve the murder. Sixteen-year-old Maddie (Peyton List) wakes up at her high school to discover that she has died, stuck in limbo along with everyone else who died in a school over the past century. Like the rest, she has unfinished business to settle before she can move on to the afterlife. After discovering she was murdered, Maddie searches for the killer, hoping to break free from oblivion. But Maddie knows it won’t be so easy, as the truth turns out to be more complicated than even high school life, and nothing is what it seems.
Rabbit Hole Season 1 (ongoing)
John Wier (Kiefer Sutherland) is a regular spy for the company until he is accused of murder in it rabbit hole. Based on many real-life conspiracy theories about a secret organization that pulls all the strings around the world, rabbit slot We will delve into the framework of power in the digital age, where modern technology allows surveillance to be so ubiquitous that only one person can see, hear and know everything that is happening around the world and direct it all from one room. Against an unknown enemy, omnipotent and omnipresent, making deception a reality, Ware will have to fight everything to clear his name and save democracy.
Grease: The Rise of the Pink Ladies Series premiere (April 6)
We’ll be traveling all the way back to 1954 on April 6th Grease: The Rise of the Pink Ladies (Four years before the events of fat), returning to the crazy music and ambiguous poetry of high school life in 1950s America, we will follow the four tired-out Rydal High School misfits together to rule the school and form the Pink Ladies, the first campus clique and change high school. School life forever. With plenty of song and dance performances to satisfy fans of the classic cultural sensation, The rise of the pink ladies It will take you back to the old times with new songs and a lot of fun.
Rugrats Season 2 Premiere (April 14)
Powers of ’90s nostalgia and (mildly disturbing CGI) bring back our favorite little kids with many of the original cast on April 14th in Rugrats Premiere of the second season. Tommy, Chucky, Phil, Lil, Susie, and Angelica continue to get into mischief while exploring the world from their pint-sized, highly creative point of view. Rugrats It will delve deeper into the secret lives of children and their unsuspecting parents while still highlighting key themes of friendship and family.
Mike Judge’s Beavis and Butt-Head Season 2 Premiere (April 20)
Some older Rugrats will return soon after on April 20 (of course) in the season 2 premiere of Mike Judge’s third revival of Beavis and Butt-head, following the titular teens Beavis and Butt-head, (both voiced by Judge), a pair of slackers characterized by apathy, a general lack of intelligence, low-key humor, and a love of rock and heavy metal. Season 2 is described succinctly as the triumphant return of “two guys who like the cool stuff and don’t like the bad stuff,” so they may share the same brain cell. Look at your danger.
Fatal Attraction Series premiere (April 30)
Last but not least, at the end of the month on April 30th, we’ll see a deep reshoot of the classic ’80s movie as a series in Fatal attraction. The premise remains the same, with the relationship taking a volatile turn when Beth (Amanda Peet) refuses to allow her husband Dan (Joshua Jackson) to end his affair with Alex (Lizzy Caplan), which started in an elevator. deadly gravity It will explore marriage and infidelity through the lens of modern attitudes toward powerful women, personality disorders, and coercive control.
Paramount+ has a very diverse portfolio to offer us next month, with all of this and more due in April.