2024 movie and TV releases

April 28, 2024

Here’s a shortlist of the best films and TV series demanding our undivided attention!

2024 movie and TV releases

The Veil

Elisabeth Moss portrays a spy who encounters another fellow spy. Together, they endeavor to save lives.

Baby Reindeer

Richard Gadd portrays Donny Dunn in Baby Reindeer. The character is inspired by Gadd’s real-life experiences. Jessica Gunning plays Martha, Donny’s stalker who compels him to confront his traumas. This emotional rollercoaster drama began streaming on Netflix this April.

Road House

Jake Gyllenhaal portrays Dalton in Road House. He’s a former UFC fighter who opts to work as a bouncer in the Florida Keys. However, his life takes unexpected turns and proves to be not as glamorous as expected.

2024 movie and TV releases

Love Lies Bleeding

Kristen Stewart plays Lou, a gym manager who falls in love with Jackie, a body builder. Their love becomes entangled in violence thanks to Lou’s family.


Zendaya plays Tashi, a tennis player who sustains an injury and chooses the path of coaching. There, she encounters her husband. She trains him, and to boost his motivation, arranges a match against his old friend. The film revolves around the trio navigating their highs and lows.

Dune: Part 2

Timothée Chalamet portrays Paul Atreides, who befriends the Fremen on Arrakis, where he meets Chani, played by Zendaya. His mission is to seek justice for his family and the Fremen people who suffered under House Harkonnen.

2024 movie and TV releases

Mr. and Mrs. Smith

Donald Glover and Maya Erskine star as Mr. and Mrs. Smith in a whirlwind of emotional and action-packed episodes, keeping viewers on the edge of their seats. Plus, the surprise ending will leave you craving for more.

American Horror Story: Delicate Part 2

Emma Roberts portrays Anna Victoria Alcott in American Horror Story: Delicate Part 2. This anthology presents a chilling story of an actress striving to conceive and the frightening events she encounters on her journey. The series premiered on Hulu on April 3.

Ricky Stanicky

This comedic film follows three friends who fabricate a friend named Ricky Stanicky to avoid unwanted obligations with their wives. When they encounter a hiccup, they must hire someone to play Ricky Stanicky (John Cena) to maintain their façade.

Freaknik: The Wildest Party Never Told

This documentary delves into the origins of Freaknik in 1983, a gathering hosted by students from historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) during Spring Break in Atlanta, Georgia. The event gained massive popularity in the 80’s and 90’s, growing each year. This documentary was released on Hulu on last month.

2024 movie and TV releases

The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

This action-comedy war movie is based on the true story depicted in the book ‘Churchill’s Secret Warriors: The Explosive True Story of the Special Forces Desperadoes of WWII’. This movie features a star-studded cast including Henry Cavill, Eiza González, Alan Ritchson, Alex Pettyfer, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Babs Olusanmokun, Henry Golding and Cary Elwes.


Sydney Sweeney stars in Immaculate as an American nun who moves to Italy to continue her religious journey with a convent. However, her new path takes a dark turn as eerie occurrences begin. Immaculate was released last month.

Monkey Man

Dev Patel stars as Kid Bobby in Monkey Man, protraying a boxer in an underground ring in India. He trains there to seek revenge on Baba and Rana, powerful figures responsible for his mother’s death when he was a young boy.

Mean Girls

This 2024 adaptation of Mean Girls infuses a musical twist into the classic 2004 version. The story follows Cady Heron as she moves to a new school and forgages new friendships. Amidst hilarious mishaps, she must navigate the pressures of high school. Renee Rapp, who portrayed the iconic role of Regina George in the theatre version, fully embodies the character in the film, making it her own. 

2024 movie and TV releases