Whether you're shopping for a new binge-worthy series or just need a flick for a night in, here's a look at what's coming to streaming providers Netflix, Amazon and Hulu in April. 

Available April 1 on Netflix: "The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale"
New episodes of the weekly half-hour topical series are streaming every Sunday.

Available April 1 on Netflix: “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest”
Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) will sail into your streaming queue this month.

Available April 1 on Netflix: “Scarface”
Don't miss the Al Pacino drug cartel classic when it arrives on streaming this month.

Available April 1 on Amazon Prime: "The Karate Kid"
Now is as good a time as any to revisit the family flick about a bullied teen (Ralph Macchio) who trains with a martial arts master.

Available April 1 on Amazon Prime: "Steel Magnolias"
This heart-wrenching beauty shop drama, starring Sally Field, Dolly Parton, and Julia Roberts is a tearjerker.

Available April 1 on Amazon Prime and Hulu: "Paranormal Activity"
A couple fights a demonic presence in their home in this creepy movie, which launched a chilling franchise.

Available April 1 on Amazon Prime and Hulu: "Carrie"
Sissy Spacek is a bullied teen with terrifying powers in Stephen King's classic horror tale.

Available April 1 on Hulu: "Jane Eyre"
The romantic tension between Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender is palpable in this adaptation of the Charlotte Brontë novel.

Available April 2 on Hulu: "Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert"
Stream the special concert staging of Andrew Lloyd Webber's iconic rock opera a day after it airs on NBC. John Legend, Sara Bareilles, and Alice Cooper round out the star-studded cast.

Available April 6 on Amazon Prime: "The Florida Project"
The critically acclaimed drama earned actor Willem Dafoe best supporting actor nominations at the 2018 Academy Awards, Golden Globes, SAG Awards, and BAFTA Awards.

Available April 6 on Netflix: "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman: JAY-Z"
Next up on his Netflix original interview series, the former late-night host sits down with hip-hop legend Jay-Z for a lesson in flow, music history, and the criminal justice system.

Available April 6 on Netflix: “The Boss Baby: Back in Business” Season 1
The series adaptation of the Oscar-nominated animated film premieres on Netflix this month.

Available April 6 on Netflix: “6 Balloons”
Dave Franco and "Broad City" star Abbi Jacobson are siblings in this Netflix original film about a sister trying to find a heroin detox center for her addict brother.

Available April 6 on Netflix: “Fastest Car” Season 1
Can a 2011 Pontiac minivan leave a Porsche GT3 in its dust? Each hour-long episode of this new series follows three souped-up "sleeper cars" as they go head-to-head with supercars.

Available April 6 on Netflix: "Ram Dass, Going Home"
Psychedelic pioneer and "Be Here Now" author Ram Dass is the focus of this Netflix original documentary on death and deepening spiritual practice.

Available April 6 on Netflix: “Amateur”
A teenage basketball phenom navigates the under-the-table world of amateur athletics in this Netflix original flick.

Available April 11 on Hulu: "New Girl" Season 7 Premiere
It's the beginning of the end. The final season of Zooey Deschanel's quirky, cute sitcom is here.

Available April 13 on Netflix: “Lost in Space” Season 1
The latest classic series to get the reboot treatment, this modern reimagining of the 1960s sci-fi series makes its Netflix debut this month.

Available April 13 on Netflix: “Come Sunday”
Martin Sheen, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Danny Glover star in this Netflix original film. Ejiofor takes on renowned pastor Carlton Pearson as he faces a crisis of faith.

Available April 13 on Netflix: “Chef's Table: Pastry”
Foodies will gobble up this four-part documentary series on the most renowned pastry chefs in the world.

Available April 13 on Amazon Prime: "Bosch" Season 4
"Lost" actor Titus Welliver is homicide Detective Harry Bosch in this Emmy-nominated Amazon Prime original series, which returns with new episodes this month.

Available April 13 on Netflix: "The Magic School Bus Rides Again" Season 2
Take your little ones on some scientific adventures with the help of this family-friendly animated show.

Available April 17 on Netflix: "The Honeymoon Stand Up Special: Collection"
Comedy couple Natasha Leggero and Moshe Kasher crack jokes about family, relationships and more as they prepare for parenthood in this trio of stand-up specials.

Available April 20 on Netflix: “Kodachrome”
A dying photographer and his estranged son reunite for a road trip in this Netflix original film featuring Ed Harris, Jason Sudeikis, and Elizabeth Olsen.

Available April 20 on Netflix: “Spy Kids: Mission Critical” Season 1
Children who can't get enough of the "Spy Kids" film franchise will be happy to hear it's now an animated Netflix series.

Available April 20 on Netflix: "Mercury 13"
This Netflix original documentary reveals the remarkable story of women who were tested for spaceflight by NASA in 1961 but didn't make the cut because of their gender.

Available April 24 on Netflix: "Kevin James: Never Don't Give Up"
The "Kevin Can Wait" actor delivers the laughs in his first stand-up comedy special in 17 years.

Available April 25 on Hulu: "The Handmaid’s Tale" Season 2 Premiere
Hulu's Emmy-winning drama series is back. Offred (Elisabeth Moss) is pregnant and fights to free her future child from the horrors of Gilead.

Available April 27 on Netflix: “The Week Of”
Celebrate wedding season with this new comedy centering around a middle-class father (Adam Sandler) who wants to pay for his daughter's wedding despite prodding from the groom's much-wealthier dad (Chris Rock).

Available April 27 on Netflix: “Bobby Kennedy for President”
History buffs will want to stream this four-part docuseries about the late politician, featuring rare and never-before-seen archival footage.

Available April 27 on Amazon Prime: "All or Nothing: Dallas Cowboys" Season 3
Missing football season? This Amazon original series profiles the Dallas Cowboys' 2017 season.

Available April 27 on Hulu: "Tiny Shoulders: Rethinking Barbie"
This Hulu original documentary dives into the evolution of this iconic toy over the past six decades.