New on Amazon and free TV on iTunes for April 2015Amazon Prime Instant Video pumped up its catalog and the Star Wars saga hits digital stores for the first time.
Free stuff on Itunes, new stuff on Amazon and Star Wars goes digital. All that and more on Net Picks. [MUSIC] Welcome to Net Picks where we cover the new stuffs streaming online. Big news. Disney's bringing Star Wars to the digital world on April 10. The entire 6 movie saga hits lots of stores including Amazon, Apple, Itunes, Google Play and Vudu. Oddly Episode IV won't available on Disney's own Disney Movies Anywhere service, but the other five will be. Each movie costs around 20 bucks. Some sites are offering a slight discount if you buy all six. On to Amazon Prime Instant Video. Just added on the 1st of April, Leprechaun 2, 3, and 5. The first Leprechaun movie arrives on the 15th. The first also brought Star Trek the motion picture, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, Star Trek IV is not on Amazon prime. Sons of Anarchy Season Seven arrived on APril 25th. What about Netflix? Well April 10th brings season one of Marvel's Daredevil to Netflix. All the episodes, one day. Good luck Matt Murdock. On iTunes you can download the first episode of the Foo Fighters documentary series Sonic Highways for free starting April 6th. Starting that same date you can also download the first episode of NBC's American Odyssey, an international spy drama starring Anna Frio. iTunes also has some first run movies arriving on the same day that they do in the theaters. Cut Bank stars John Malkovich, Billy Bob Thornton, and Thor's brother, I mean Liam, not Loki. It hits iTunes on the 3rd of April. Beyond the Reach, a movie where Michael Douglas hunts a young man. Arrives for download on April 17th. And over on Hulu Plus, you can watch 317 episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, as 14 seasons of the show arrived on April 7th. That does it for us. For a complete list of what's coming and going online, check out Cnet.com/netpicks. I'm Iyaz. Stop watching this and start watching that.