Lionsgate Play Brings the Heat This April with Exciting New Titles!

Lionsgate Play is bringing the heat this April with a binge-worthy mix of new titles on the platform. There’s something for everyone, whether you’re craving a good laugh, in the mood for a scare, or looking for heroes to save the day. So, escape the heat of the summer sun, settle indoors, and press play on these films and series hitting your screens this month.

Top picks this April

Greenland (Film) – April 5

As a giant comet races toward Earth, estranged couple John Garrity (Gerard Butler) and Allison (Morena Baccarin) must put aside their differences for their diabetic son, Nathan (Roger Dale Floyd). Their only hope: a rumored safe haven in Greenland. The desperate journey tests their limits as they navigate the crumbling world, encountering both the best and worst of humanity. With the clock ticking, the Garritys must rely on their courage and each other to survive the physical and emotional challenges on their path to survival. 

Hightown S3 (Series) – April 12

Hightown’s final season once again finds Massachusetts State Trooper Jackie Quiñones (Monica Raymund) investigating the dark underbelly of scenic Cape Cod for a killer on the loose. This time, she’s dealing with murdered individuals and missing sex workers. But getting to the bottom of the mysteries gets harder since Jackie is back to her old partying lifestyle. Meanwhile, her former colleagues, Ray Abruzzo (James Badge Dale) and Alan Saintille (Dohn Norwood) battle the never-ending flow of drugs plaguing the community.

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Con Man S1 & S2 (Series) – April 5

Con Man is a hilarious comedy that follows Wray Nerely (Alan Tudyk), a has-been actor who once commanded spaceships on the cult classic sci-fi show Spectrum. Season 1 finds Wray navigating the often-strange world of comic conventions a decade after the show’s cancellation. He wrestles with fading fame while his former co-star, Jack Moore (Nathan Fillion), rockets to Hollywood stardom. In Season 2, Jack attempts to make a Spectrum movie, but Wray is unsure if he wants to join the mission. Through both seasons, Con Man explores the comedic struggles of a sci-fi celebrity and the surprising value of a dedicated fan community, no matter how quirky they may be.

Johnny English (Film) – April 19

Mediocre spy Johnny English (Rowan Atkinson) is thrust into action after cunning villain Pascal Sauvage (John Malkovich) eliminates Britain’s top undercover agents. Bumbling yet overconfident, the goofy agent sets on recovering the stolen Crown Jewels with the help of his quick-thinking sidekick Bough (Ben Miller). They eventually team up with Interpol agent Lorna Campbell (Natalie Imbruglia), and the trio head off to save the day.

Bridget Jones’s Diary (Film) – April 26

Female leads can’t get more relatable than 32-year-old Bridget Jones (Renee Zellweger), who decided to turn her life around at the start of the New Year and record her attempts in a diary. Her life gets more exciting and complicated when two men capture her attention: the charming but unreliable Daniel Cleaver (Hugh Grant) and a grumpy childhood acquaintance, Mark Darcy (Colin Firth). Bridget Jones’s Diary is a hilarious exploration of love and self-acceptance and navigating the dating scene.


Demonic (Film) – April 12

In Louisiana, Detective Mark Lewis (Frank Grillo) investigates a messy crime scene with three brutally murdered college students. A traumatized survivor, John (Dustin Milligan), claims that a séance gone wrong unleashed demonic forces and killed his friends. He also claims that two others survived but have now gone missing. As crime psychologist Dr. Elizabeth Klein (Maria Bello) interviews John, Lewis and his team find hard disks with footage from the house. Through recovered footage, they delve deeper into the horrific events, blurring the lines between the supernatural and the psychological. 

Rosemary’s Baby S1 (Season 1) – April 19

Rosemary’s Baby is a 4-hour mini-series adaptation of the classic novel by Ira Levin. Zoe Saldana stars as Rosemary Woodhouse, a young woman who, after a miscarriage, moved to Paris with her husband for a fresh start. There, Rosemary and Guy (Patrick J. Adams) meet a seemingly perfect couple in Roman and Margaux Castevet (Jason Isaacs & Carole Bouquet). But when Rosemary gets pregnant and experiences strange occurrences, she uncovers a horrifying truth – the Castevets may be part of a satanic cult with plans for her unborn child

Mark your calendars for these titles coming to Lionsgate Play this April!

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