Ready for some new things to stream? It's Monday again, which means that new shows and movies on Netflix have been added, and will continue to be released throughout the coming days. This week's lineup includes everything from 4/20-friendly reality TV to thriller films that will definitely give you all the entertainment you've been craving.\nNetflix's April lineup has been far from disappointing so far. How to Fix a Drug Scandal and The Innocence Files have won over the hearts of true crime lovers. Meanwhile, Too Hot to Handle has cured the reality TV hole that looms in our hearts, and movies like Coffee & Kareem and Love Wedding Repeat have kept us laughing all month long.\nOver the next week, you'll be able to get your fix of basketball, cartoons, and music, all from the comfort of your own home.\nIn fact, with Netflix's latest nature documentary, you'll be able to take a trip around the world without even having to leave your bedroom. There's a lot to look forward to. Happy streaming!\nCooked With Cannabis\nJust in time to celebrate 4/20 is a new reality series called Cooked With Cannabis, hosted by "Milkshake" singer Kelis. In the show, competitors will work against one another to whip up tasty weed-infused treats for judges to critique.\nThe Last Dance\nThe NBA season may still be cancelled, but you can get your basketball fix with The Last Dance. This new docuseries focuses in on the Chicago Bulls team for the 1997-98 season, which included Michael Jordan.\nThe Midnight Gospel\nIf adult cartoons are your thing, you'll want to stream The Midnight Gospel on April 20. The series follows a space caster as he navigates a series of very trippy worlds from inside his universe simulator. While exploring, he begins to ponder questions about life and death.\nNicky Jam: El Gandor\nThis new biographical series tells the story of how Los Cangris (a group made by Nicky Jam and Daddy Yankee) became one of Puerto Rico's most successful reggaeton acts.\nAbsurd Planet\nAbsurd Planet is a nature documentary narrated by Mother Nature and other quirky critters as they educate audiences about the beautiful world that we live in.\nThe Plagues of Breslau\nIn this new thriller, a Polish police officer dedicates her life to hunting down a malicious serial killer who strikes every evening at 6 p.m., claiming a new, innocent victim.\nThe Silence Of The Marsh\nYet another thriller that you'll be able to stream this week is The Silence of the Marsh. The foreign film follows a crime story writer who, while doing research for his new book, quickly realizes that reality is far more corrupt than meets the eye.\nThe Willoughbys\nThis family-friendly flick follows four young siblings who are often neglected by their parents as they venture out into the unfamiliar modern world with their new nanny.\nAfter Life (Season 2)\nAfter Life is a dark comedy series starring Ricky Gervais as Tony, who has lived a perfect life — until his wife dies, that is. The tragic event changes Tony's life dramatically, totally altering who he is as a person.\nExtraction\nIn this Chris Hemsworth-led film, a black-market mercenary is hired to rescue the kidnapped son of an imprisoned international crime lord. Unfortunately, the mission proves to be far more difficult than anticipated.\nLove 101\nThis dramedy takes place in a high school, where a group of students try to convince their favourite teacher to stay by finding her a new love.