New TV Shows to Watch Out on Netflix April 3rd Week

Are you looking for some binge-worthy TV shows to watch on Netflix this week? Well, look no further! I have rounded up some of the best new shows that have just been released on Netflix, guaranteed to keep you glued to your screen.

  1. Obsession (Limited Series)

Genre: Thriller

Number of Episodes: 4

If you’re in the mood for a thrilling forbidden romance, “Obsession” is the perfect series for you. Starring Richard Armitage and Charlie Murphy, this limited series tells the story of a respected London surgeon who falls for his son’s fiancĂ©e, leading to an erotic infatuation that threatens to upend their lives forever.

2. Florida Man (Limited Series) Genre: Crime, Thriller Episodes: 7

First up, we have “Florida Man,” a limited series that follows the story of a struggling ex-cop who is forced to return to his hometown in Florida to find a mobster’s missing girlfriend. What starts off as a simple task soon turns into a wild journey of buried family secrets and a desperate attempt to do the right thing in a place where everything seems wrong.

3. Running for my Truth: Alex Schwazer (Limited Series)

Genre: Crime,

Number of Episodes: 4

Get ready to lace up your running shoes and join Olympic medalist racewalker Alex Schwazer in his incredible journey of redemption with the limited series, Running for my Truth. This thrilling docuseries chronicles Schwazer’s ban from competition for doping and his incredible quest to make a comeback. But he can’t do it alone, and he enlists the help of one of his accusers to help him rise above the scandal and regain his status as one of the greatest athletes of all time. With its gripping story and inspiring message, Running for my Truth will have you on the edge of your seat until the very end.

4. American Manhunt: The Boston Marathon Bombing (Limited Series)

Genre: Docuseries

Number of Episodes: 3

For those who enjoy true crime documentaries, “American Manhunt: The Boston Marathon Bombing” takes an in-depth look at one of the most tragic events in American history through archived footage, chilling reenactments, and exclusive interviews.

5. Queenmaker (Season 1)

Genre: Drama, Political

Number of Episodes: 12 (Released Weekly)

If you’re a fan of K-dramas, “Queenmaker” is a must-watch. This new political drama follows two women, Hwang Do Hee and Oh Seung Sook, as they join forces to make Seung Sook the mayor of Seoul. With a cast including Kim Hee-ae and Moon So-ri, we have high hopes that this will be one of the biggest K-dramas on Netflix this spring.

Overall, these new TV shows on Netflix are sure to provide viewers with a diverse range of entertainment options, from crime thrillers to political dramas and docuseries. With talented actors and intriguing plotlines, these shows are bound to capture the attention of audiences looking for something fresh to watch. So grab some popcorn, settle into your favorite spot on the couch, and get ready to dive into the exciting world of these new Netflix shows.

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