Fresh week, fresh content! These Netflix new arrivals include a good mix of throwbacks and brand new series to keep you entertained for days. It looks like the streaming platform is upping the comedy flicks to give us a good laugh.\nAs we transition into the month of April, there are tons of movies and TV shows in store that will be dropping almost every day.\nWhatever your interest, whether it's docuseries, true crime, or even shows with multiple seasons, Netflix has everything you could possibly want.\nJust keep in mind that the streaming service is slightly reducing its quality since so many people are watching at once lately. But you'll still be able to enjoy the content you paid for.\nThese 11 new arrivals should definitely be added to your must-watch list for a night in with your cuddle buddy or to stream on Netflix Party with your pals!\nMarch 31\nStep Brothers (2008)\nRating: 55% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThe infamous step brothers played by Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly will be available to stream as much as you please. They play a pair of middle-aged men who both still live with their parents and are forced to move in together after their mom and dad marry each other.\nPineapple Express (2008)\nRating: 68% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAnother pair of familiar faces are Seth Rogen and James Franco who star in this hilarious comedy about two friends that love to get high together but accidentally get themselves involved in a violent drug gang.\nApril 1\nHow to Fix a Drug Scandal (2020)\nRating: N/A\nThis brand new docuseries follows a drug lab chemist who got caught tampering with evidence and using the drugs that she was meant to be analyzing.\nThe Iliza Shlesinger Sketch Show (2020)\nRating: N/A\nComedian Iliza Shlesinger delivers the new series of sketch shows that will keep you laughing for hours on end. She tackles relevant topics including pop culture and social issues, all while using different hilarious characters.\nNailed It!: Season 4 (2018)\nRating: 97% on Rotten Tomatoes\n"To bake or not to bake?" To bake, of course! Season four of the reality competition following home bakers is premiering on Netflix so soon.\nCommunity: Season 1-6 (2009)\nRating: 88% on Rotten Tomatoes\nWith the six seasons of this comedy dropping this week, you should have enough content to keep you entertained for days. Follow a group of adults who meet while attending community college and don't exactly have the perfect experience together.\nAce Ventura: Pet Detective (1993)\nRating: 47% on Rotten Tomatoes\nJim Carrey's classic '90s flick follows character Ace Ventura who specializes in helping owners find their lost animals. He gets assigned the task to look for a missing mascot and discovers way more missing people than expected.\nMagic Mike (2012)\nRating: 80% on Rotten Tomatoes\nYou can relive the excitement of watching Channing Tatum and Matthew McConaughey wow viewers as they play male strippers with a naughty lifestyle of women, partying, and money.\nWhite Chicks (2004)\nRating: 15% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThe Wayans brothers play a pair of FBI agents who go undercover as "white chicks" in a scheme to catch a kidnapper and protect the two sisters that he's lusting after.\nMaid in Manhattan (2002)\nRating: 39% on Rotten Tomatoes\nJennifer Lopez stars in this rom-com from the early 2000s as a maid who gets mistaken for a high-class socialite while trying on a dress for fun. She gets caught by a wealthy man who ends up falling for her while thinking she's in the same social class as him.\nApril 3\nCoffee & Kareem (2020)\nRating: N/A\nLater this week we'll be getting a brand new action-comedy that was actually filmed in Vancouver! The plot follows a young boy who hires a criminal to scare off his mom's new boyfriend. But in a turn of events, they end up working together to save themselves when the plan gets spoiled.