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Now a doctor who is Sandra Bullock, all that and more on Netpicks. Welcome to Netpicks, where we let you know what's coming and going online. First up, let's take a look at some new releases at Netflix. On April 15th, it's time to watch Hot Fuzz. Hot Fuzz staring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. The action-comedy is flat out fun to watch. Probably more enjoyable if you've watched Point Break and Bad Boys II before watching Hot Fuzz. April 17th brings the Netflix original comedy special by Chris D'Elia. You've seen him on NBC's Whitney. Don't hold that against him, he's funny. Noah starting Russell Crowe and Jennifer Connelly will arrive on both Netflix and Amazon Prime on the 18th of April. April 22nd, watch Night with the Stars, The Science of Doctor Who, hosted by physicist Brian Cox, who explores the real possibility of time travel. That's on Netflix. Let's take a look at some movies expiring on Crackle soon. That's right, not Netflix but Crackle. You've got the rest of April to watch The Net starring Sandra Bullock because it disappears from Crackle on May 1st. And a move that's a cross between Blade and Taken, Priest goes offline at Crackle on the first of May and you guessed it, it's vampire western about a warrior priest who tracks down a band of renegade vampires who have kidnapped his niece. Yeah, really. I'm not making it up. Other potentially higher quality movies that are leaving on Crack on May 1st. On that date, say goodbye to Taxi Driver, Drive, and Donnie Brasco. All of those movies seen for free, but with that. Anime fans mark April 17th on your calendar because the full dubbed and subtitled series of Cowboy Bebop makes its way to Hulu Plus. That does it for us. For a full look at everything that's coming and going online, check out CNET.com/netpicks. I'm Iyaz. Stop watching this, and start watching that.