It's time to get excited as there are so many binge-worthy new shows on Netflix in April 2021.\nFantasy book enthusiasts, you'll finally get to see the magical Grisha universe brought to life in Shadow And Bone. Or for everyone addicted to The Circle, you'll be thrilled to know Season 2 drops this month.\nHere is everything you'll want to stream ASAP.\nEditor's Choice: Netflix Just Revealed Which Ontario Cities Were Secretly Used For 'Ginny & Georgia'\nThe Circle: Season 2\n\nRelease Date: April 14\nRating: 7/10\nWhy You Need To Watch It: After a long wait, you'll finally be able to start watching Season 2 of this addictive reality show.\nHigh Life\n\nRelease Date: April 3\nRating: 5.8/10\nWhy You Need To Watch It: If you're eagerly waiting to see Robert Pattinson star in The Batman, you can watch one of his other movies. In this thriller, he attempts to survive as one of the few survivors of a space mission.\nShadow and Bone\n\nRelease Date: April 23\nRating: N/A\nWhy You Need To Watch It: It's based upon the popular book series Shadow and Bone and Six of Crows. In this magical world, monsters lurk in an area called the Shadow Fold, and one orphan could be the key to saving everyone.\nRun\n\nRelease Date: April 2\nRating: 6.7/10\nWhy You Need To Watch It: Get ready to sit at the edge of your seat for this thriller about an isolated teenager who discovers her overprotective mother has dark secrets.\nThe Mitchells vs. The Machines\n\nRelease Date: April 30\nRating: N/A\nWhy You Need To Watch It: From the production team of the academy-award-winning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse comes this animated comedy about a family who needs to save the world from robots.\nThunder Force\n\nRelease Date: April 9\nRating: N/A\nWhy You Need To Watch It: Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer are best friends who accidentally get superpowers and team up to save Chicago from a supervillain.\nThis Is a Robbery: The World's Biggest Art Heist\n\nRating: April 7\nRating: N/A\nWhy You Need To Watch It: You can dive into this four-part series about an unsolved art heist in Boston.\nMadame Claude\n\nRelease Date: April 2\nRating: N/A\nWhy You Need To Watch It: Set in Paris in the 1960s, it's about Madame Claude's influence over politicians and criminals.\nThe Serpent\n\nRelease Date: April 2\nRating: 7.7/10\nWhy You Need To Watch It: Inspired by a true story, The Serpent is about a con man who is the chief suspect in several murders.