Here's what's new to scream online.
On April 14th, it's time.
Game of Thrones returns for it's final season.
Now maybe they'll go lot on small quiet note.
Nah, that's never gonna happen.
Some episodes are rumored to be as long.
Has 80 minutes.
The new version of Jordan Peel's Twighlight Zone, it's CBS All Access on April 1st.
Two episodes arrive that day with new installments streaming every Thursday.
Full disclosure, CBS is the corporate parent of CNET.
On April 10th, Netflix has a new interactive series called You Vs.
You get to decide what Bear Grylls does in eight episodes.
The show is not supposed to be as dark as Netflix's other big interactive title, Black Mirror Bandersnatch.
WrestleMania 35 will run live on April 7th, with replays on demand At the WWE network.
This year, features the first ever women's main event.
On Amazon Prime, season 2 of The Tick arrives on April 5th.
This season brings in more heroes who will team up to take on new threats of evil.
Also on April 5th, Netflix gets part two of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
In this part, Sabrina deals with embracing her powers, and who she will become.
A new animated version of Ultraman arrives on Netflix On the first of April.
Wyatt Cenac's Problem Areas returns for it's second season on April 2nd over at HBO Now.
It's definitely worth watching if you like deep dives into social issues.
Let's talk about Hulu.
It's got a new installment of Into the Dark on April 1st.
I don't think I'm allowed to say the title though.
On April 19, a new Hulu original comedy series arrives.
It's called Romy and it's about a first generation Egyptian American living in a very divided New Jersey neighborhood.
And on April 30, there's Anthony Jeselnik, fire in the maternity ward on Netflix.
The title of this new comedy special to be a pretty big clue on Jeselnik's sense of humor.
It runs a tiny bit dark.
Those are just some of the titles arriving online in April.
For more information check out cnet.com/netpicks.
I'm Iyaz Akhtar and I will see you online.