what’s Coming to Amazon Prime in April 2021: Amazon Prime Always coming with so many best content,Past few years the compustion of content on OTT platform increase.That.s OTT platform also try to give more and more content.
Here is the list of upcoming Series, shows, and movie in April 2021
|The Missing, Season 2||April 2||Amazon Prime|
|The Killing of a Sacred Deer||April 5||Amazon Prime|
|All or Nothing: The Michigan Wolverines||April 6||Amazon Prime|
|The Florida Project||April 6||Amazon Prime|
|Bosch (Prime Original), Season 4||April 13||Amazon Prime|
|Red Rock, Season 3||April 20||Amazon Prime|
|Vikings, Season 5||April 23||Amazon Prime|
|Little Big Awesome (Prime Original)||April 24||Amazon Prime|
|Pass Over||April 27||Amazon Prime|
|All or Nothing: A Season with the Dallas Cowboys||April 27||Amazon Prime|
#The Missing, Season 2 — April 2
The searing first season of The Missing told a complete tale, so the producers wisely created a new story with a new cast for the second, retaining only Tchéky Karyo as detective Julien Baptiste. David Morrissey and Keeley Hawes play the parents whose daughter goes missing in Germany.
#The Killing of a Sacred Deer — April 5
Colin Farrell stars in this psychological thriller, which won the best screenplay award at last year’s Cannes film festival. Farrell plays a surgeon whose relationship with a mysterious young man unleashes horror on his family.
#All or Nothing: The Michigan Wolverines (Prime Original) — April 6
Bosch is the upcoming prime Original series, its fourth season, “Bosch” remains as good and solid as its namesake hero.Series is series based on Michael Connelly’s novels returns for a fourth season. Titus Welliver stars as Harry Bosch, a troubled loner who is nonetheless a top-notch detective for the LAPD
#The Florida Project — April 6
One of the best reviewed movies of 2017, The Florida Project tells the story of 6-year-old Moonee, who lives with her mom in a motel in the shadow of Disney World. New York Magazine called it “a near-perfect film.”
#Bosch (Prime Original), Season 4 — April 13
It’s a football doubleheader as the college game gets the All or Nothing treatment, too. The Michigan Wolverines and their colorful coach Jim Harbaugh began the season ranked in the top 10. Could they live up to the hype?
#Pass Over (Prime Original) — April 20
The latest film from director Spike Lee has been called a modern take on Waiting for Godot. Two homeless black men pass their time on a street corner in New York dreaming of a promised land. Based on a play by Antoinette Nwandu, Pass Over offers a sharp commentary on race and poverty in America.
#Red Rock, Season 3 — April 23
Part crime drama, part soap opera, totally addictive. Red Rock, Ireland, is dominated by two feuding families: the seemingly clean-cut Hendersons and the more nefarious Kielys. But alliances shift, romances bloom and surprises arrive with dizzying regularity.
Vikings, Season 5 — April 24
Ninth century Europe comes to life in this lively series about the legendary Norse raiders. In season 5, Jonathan Rhys Meyers joins the cast as the warrior priest Heahmund. The show boasts plenty of action, but it has depth, too.
#Little Big Awesome (Prime Original) — April 27
Animation, puppetry and live action combine in this fun new kids’ series. Gluko, a big pink blob, and his best friend Lennon head out on gentle — but surrealistic — adventures involving talking bubbles and pirate kittens.
#All or Nothing: A Season with the Dallas Cowboys (Prime Original) — April 27
An entire pro football season — on the field and off — is documented in amazing detail, thanks to the unprecedented access granted the All or Nothing crew. The third season turns its eye on the Dallas Cowboys, who entered the 2017 season with high expectations. All or Nothing is a must for football fans, but even non-enthusiasts will enjoy the drama of the sidelines and locker room.