1. This is Us Season 6 (April 8)
This is Us is a family-themed series that also has comedic elements in each episode. This Hollywood series focuses on the life story of the Pearson family over the decades. Starting from Jack and Rebecca who became parents in the 1980s to when their three children grew up and searched for the meaning of life in a modern era.
The series will start releasing on April 8 with season 6 which is also the last season. With the family theme, This is Us is certainly suitable as a spectacle that you can watch while hanging out with your family.
2. Death on the Nile (April 6)
After being released in a number of Indonesian cinemas some time ago, Death on the Nile is finally available on the Disney+ Hotstar service starting April 6th. Death on the Nile really must be included in the movie recommendation watch list for those of you who like the mystery genre. You see, this film is an adaptation of a novel by Agatha Christie and also a sequel to the film Murder on the Orient Express (2017).
Death on the Nile shows Hercule Poirot (Kenneth Branagh) who is currently on vacation in Egypt. While on vacation, Poirot meets his friend who also appeared in the first film, Bouc, who introduces him to the newlyweds.
The newlyweds took Poirot to enjoy the beauty of the Nile on a luxury boat. However, it turns out that a mysterious murder occurred when the ship was already sailing.
3. Love All Play (20 April)
In 2021, we were entertained with the Korean drama Racket Boys, which carried the theme of the lives of badminton athletes. Well, in April 2022 we will also have a Korean drama with a fairly similar theme. The drama is Love All Play which involves Chae Jong-hyeop and Park Ju-hyun as the main characters.
This drama tells the story of Park Tae-yang (Park Ju-hyun), a badminton athlete who really dedicates his life to the sport. Meanwhile, there is also an athlete named Park Tae-joon (Chae Jong-hyeop) who only sees badminton as a profession. The two then met in a badminton team as a mixed doubles pair.
The biggest difference between Love All Play and Racket Boys probably lies in the romance genre, which feels much thicker in this drakor. The Korean drama Love All Play will have a total of 16 episodes that you can watch starting April 20.