April finds a number of your favorite shows airing their current seasons’ finales. While shows like “11.22.63,” “Shades of Blue” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” may be airing their final episodes, Hulu is adding more movies — “Bad Boys II,” “Donnie Brasco” and “Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear,” to name a few — along with brand new episodes of both “The Mindy Project” and Hulu original, “Deadbeat.”

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On top of that, there are roughly 40 new titles being added to Hulu that are only available to subscribers who have added the Showtime subscription for $8.99/month. These titles are listed separately at the bottom and include, “It Follows,” “E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial” and “Ferris Beuller’s Day Off.”

March 31

“Curious George,” Complete Seasons 1 – 9

April 1

“Shades of Blue,” Season 1 Finale
“You, Me & the Apocalypse,” Season 1 Finale
“And You Thought Your Parents Were Weird!”
“The Arrival”
“Bad Boys II”
“Brighton Rock”
“Chelsea Walls”
“Count Yorga, Vampire”
“Cube 2: Hypercube”
“Cube Zero”
“Dead Heat”
“The Dead Zone”
“Death Wish”
“Deuces Wild”
“Donnie Brasco”
“Dream Lover”
“Gang Related”
“The Incredible Two-Headed Transplant”
“Into The Blue”
“Lars and The Real Girl”
“Liberty Stands Still”
“Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane”
“Maximum Overdrive”
“Music from Another Room”
“My Best Friend’s Wedding”
“My Five Wives”
“Naked Gun 2&1/2: The Smell of Fear”
“The Peacemaker”
“Pootie Tang”
“Rare Birds”
“Rescue Dawn”
“Scream, Blacula, Scream”
“Second Arrival”
“Simon Says”
“Skipped Parts”
“Solo con Tu Pareja”
“Step Into Liquid”
“Swimming With Sharks”
“Teen Wolf Too”
“Zombies of Mass Destruction”

April 3

“Life or Debt,” series premiere

April 4

“11.22.63,” series finale
“Teen Mom,” Season 5 finale 

April 5

“Faking It,” Season 3 premiere 

April 6

“American Idol, American Dreams”
“Family Therapy,” series premiere
“Mob Wives,” Season 6 finale
“Teachers,” Season 1 finale  

April 7

“Idiotsitter,” Season 1 finale
“Workaholics,” Season 6 finale

April 8

“American Idol,” series finale
“Game of Silence,” series premiere 

April 9

“My Mad Fat Diary,” complete series
“Siblings,” Seasons 1 & 2
“Sleepy Hollow,” Season 3 finale
“Sliding Doors”

April 10

“Braquo,” Season 3 

April 11

“Love & Hip Hop,” Season 6 finale
“The Story of God,” series premiere 

April 12

“The Mindy Project” 
“It’s a Mann’s World,” Season 2 finale
“iZombie,” Season 2 finale 

April 14

“Strong,” series premiere

April 15

“American Grit,” series premiere
“Primal Survivor,” series premiere
“Before the Fall”
“The Whistleblower”
“Girl on the Edge”

April 18

“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” Season 1 finale 

April 19

“Containment,” series premiere
“Hard Candy”

April 20

“Deadbeat,” Season 3 premiere 
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” Season 3 finale 

April 25


April 26

“Lucifer,” Season 1 finale 

April 27

“Frente al Mismo Rostro,” Season 1

April 28

“The Yard,” Season 1

April 29

“Pasióny Poder.” series finale
“The Selfish Giant”

April 30

“Hell’s Kitchen,” Season 15 finale
“Life Below Zero,” Season 7 

April 1, with Showtime  

“American Loser”
“Arctic Tale”
“Away From Her”
“Barbershop,” Season 1
“Basic Instinct 2”
“The Bear”
“Bloodsucking Bastards”
“Cinema Paradiso”
“Dead Man”
“Dr. T. and the Women”
“Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story”
“E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial”
“Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”
“From Dusk Till Dawn”
“The Last Survivors”
“The Grifters”
“Lucky Number Slevin”
“The Manchurian Candidate”
“A Mighty Heart”
“Murder in the Dark”
“Open Your Eyes”
“The Package”
“The Riot Club”
“SCB30: Chavez vs. Haugen”
“SCB30: Fight of the Year: Castillo vs. Corrales I”
“SCB30: Fight of the Year: Castro vs. Jackson”
“SCB30: Fight of the Year: Matthysse vs. Molina”
“Submission of Emma Marx 2: Boundaries”
“Tyler Perry’s Daddy’s Little Girls”
“The Wicked Within”
“The Wraith”

April 2, with Showtime

“The Duff”

April 8, with Showtime

“All Things Must Pass”

Available April 16, with Showtime

“ShoBox: The New Generation”

Available April 17, with Showtime

“Showtime Championship Boxing: Russell Jr. vs. Hyland”

Available April 21, with Showtime

“Sweet Micky for President”

Available April 23, with Showtime

“It Follows”

April 29, with Showtime

“W. Kamau Bell: Semi-Prominent Negro”

Posted by:Aaron Pruner

When he was a child, Aaron memorized the entire television lineup, just for fun. He once played Charlize Theron’s boyfriend in a Japanese car commercial. Aaron’s a lover of burritos and a hater of clowns. TV words to live by: "Strippers do nothing for me, but I will take a free breakfast buffet any time, any place."