Welcome to the second quarter of 2018, let's see what you can watch online in April.
Westworld season 2, episode one arrives on HBO streaming service on April 22nd.
There are already [UNKNOWN] based on the posters.
If you haven't see Westworld yet, go watch all of season one a couple of times and then come back for season 2.
HBO also has the series premiere of Wyatt Cenac Problem Areas.
You might know Cenac from The Daily Show.
This new show looks like it will try to find solutions to both serious and some not so serious problems facing society.
Problem Areas debuts on April 13.
Over on Hulu, the second season premiere of the Handmaid's Tale arrives on April 25.
The first season racked up lots and lots of awards, including the Emmy For outstanding drama series.
Hulu also has the complete second season of Preacher, starting on April tenth.
Preacher is one of my favorite comic book series of all time.
The television version departs from the books a bit, but the show is really fun if you've got a weird sense of humor.
Let's see what Netflix has.
On April sixth Catch the next episode of my next guest needs no introduction with David Letterman.
This time, the guest is Jay Z. Letterman.
Jay Z. You need another reason to watch?
Seth Rogan comedy special is coming to Netflix.
It's called Hilarity for Charity.
The line up includes Tiffany Haddish, Nick Crawl, Sarah Silverman, and the Muppets.
Catch Hilarity for Charity on April 6th.
Netlfix's reboot of Lost in Space starts streaming on the 13th of April.
The show looks like a serious SiFi drama instead of camp.
Let's go back to HBO again.
A two part Elvis documentary called Elvis Presley the Searcher arrives on the 14th of April.
HBO had another new documentary in April called Andre the Giant.
unsurprisingly, it's about legendary wrestler Andre the Giant.
It streams on April 10th.
Anybody want a peanut?
And lastly, WrestleMania streams on April 8th.
Yeah it's got Brock Lesnar taking on Roman Reigns, and Shinsuke Nakamura taking on AJ Styles, but the biggest thing to watch is the in-ring return of Daniel Bryan.
For more information on what's coming and going online, check out cnet.com/netpicks.
I'm Iyaz Akhtar and I'll see you online.