What’s on Netflix Singapore this April

Highlights include new Korean spy film ‘Yaksha: Ruthless Operations’ and new documentary series ‘Return to Space’.

Muhd Zahin Ilmi

Sports enthusiast and expert overthinker.

Published: 1 April 2022, 4:28 PM

Netflix has prepared an exciting lineup of shows coming this April. From Netflix original documentaries, to new K-Dramas and family-friendly animated series, this upcoming month’s lineup is sure to have something for everyone.

Here are five shows to look forward to on Netflix this coming April.

1. Return to Space

Return to Space is a Netflix original documentary centred around Elon Musk and his team of SpaceX engineers.


Produced in the United States, Return to Space will have a run-time of 128 minutes. PHOTO CREDIT: NETFLIX SINGAPORE


The documentary will tell the historic story of Elon Musk and Space X’s mission to return NASA astronauts to the International Space Station and revolutionise space travel. 

Viewers can expect to get an inside look at the work that goes behind space travel and learn more about the science and technology behind it.

Return to Space will land on Netflix on Apr 7.

2. The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes

This new Netflix original investigative documentary will take a deep dive into the mysterious death of movie icon Marilyn Monroe.


The documentary will have a total run time of 101 minutes. PHOTO CREDIT: NETFLIX SINGAPORE


The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes will follow an investigative journalist who will reexamine the mysterious death of Marilyn Monroe, sharing his extensive audio interviews with the people who surrounded her.

Viewers will get the chance to listen to unheard interviews with her inner circle and hear from John Huston and some of Hollywood’s elite who help to piece together Marilyn Monroe’s life and untimely death in the documentary.

The new investigative documentary will premiere on Apr 27 on Netflix.

3. Battle Kitty

This new Netflix series will feature an interactive animated adventure. The series is set around a warrior kitten’s mission to be crowned a champion by navigating through Battle Island and defeating the monsters on the island.


Battle Kitty was created by Matt Layzell, the man behind the ‘Apple and Lemon’ and ‘Pinky Malinky’ animated series. PHOTO CREDIT: NETFLIX SINGAPORE


The interactive element of Battle Kitty makes it the perfect series to watch together with your family and friends, as you travel through the futuristic-medieval world of Battle Island and encounter monsters along your adventure.

The adventure begins on Apr 19.

4. Yaksha: Ruthless Operations

A new Korean spy film will be coming to Netflix in Yaksha: Ruthless Operations. 

The Netflix original film will portray the story of a prosecutor who steps into a deadly battle between spies on an assignment to inspect a Black Ops team and its notorious leader.


Yakusha: Ruthless Operations will have a run time of 125 minutes. PHOTO CREDIT: NETFLIX SINGAPORE


Viewers can expect high-speed car chase scenes, intense gunfights, huge explosions, and almost everything you would expect from a suspenseful action-adventure film.

The Korean film will feature The Merciless’s Sul-Kyung Gu and Squid Game’s Park Hae Soo.

Yaksha: Ruthless Operations will premiere on Netflix on Apr 8.

5. Our Blues

Set in South Korea’s Jeju Island, Our Blues is a new Netflix original romance K-drama series.

The series will portray the stories of multiple people who live and work on Jeju Island as they navigate through life’s ups and downs and deal with the sweet and bitter feelings from their romantic encounters.


Before episodes of Our Blues are available on Netflix, they will first be broadcast on the South Korean cable television network tvN. PHOTO CREDIT: NETFLIX SINGAPORE


Our Blues will feature some big names from recent original Korean Netflix shows, such as Lee Byung Hun from Squid Game and Shin Min Ah from Hometown Cha Cha Cha.

The new romance K-Drama premieres on Netflix on Apr 9.

You can check out the full listing of upcoming titles coming to Netflix in April here.

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