It's almost April, so that means more Netflix arrivals and departures to binge-watch. This month, we're excited to plop down in front of the television to scream Kubo and the Two Strings, Kevin Hart: What Now, and the much-anticipated return of Mr. Bill Nye in Bill Nye Saves the World. Check out what's leaving Netflix in April as well.
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