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Combining A&E, Animal Planet, Discovery Channel, Food Network, HGTV, TLC and Travel Channel with all-new original programming, Discovery+ is living up to its claim to have the “largest-ever content offering of any new streaming service.” In addition to being home to Chip and Joanna Gaines’ return to TV with the Magnolia Network, the streaming platform features originals hosted by the likes of Amy Schumer, Ludacris, Maureen McCormick and Zak Bagans.
Coming in April are new installments of the 90 Day and Deadliest Catch franchises, a documentary produced by Jason Momoa and plenty of true-crime sagas to keep audiences up at night.
What to Watch
Future People: The Family of Donor 5114 (April 10)
Executive produced by Jason Momoa and filmed over eight years, director Michael Rothman follows a group of adolescents who discover that they were conceived from the same sperm donor, forming an unlikely family of familiar strangers. There are presently 37 half-siblings and counting. Future People explores the complexities of alternative conception while defining a new realm of modern family.
Fueled by the chance discovery of Phil Harris' old Hawaiian charts, Josh Harris is on a mission to find out about his father's secret dream by using the maps to pick up where he left off and follow in his dad's footsteps fishing in Hawaii.
New marriages, frosty separations and more are in store in season 6 as audiences get the chance to catch up with past 90 Day franchise couples from where they left off and follow as they move forward in the next chapter of their relationships. This season follows 90 Day Fiancé season 6 couple Kalani and Asuelu and season 5 couple Elizabeth and Andrei; as well as 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way couple Tiffany and Ronald and couple Angela and Michael.
Expedition Deep Ocean (April 1) First to the Top of the World (April 8) Future People: The Family of Donor 5114 (April 10) The Swim (April 24)
Restaurant Recovery (April 15) Chopped 420 (April 20) Duff’s Happy Fun Bake Time (April 29)
The Fog of Murder (April 20) The Grim Sleeper: Mind of a Monster (April 23) When Philip Met Missy (April 27)
Love and Relationships
Passport to Love (April 3) 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? (April 25)
Life Under Renovation (April 28)
Adventure and Exploration
Deadliest Catch: Bloodline (April 20)
Paranormal and Unexplained
Ed Gein: The Real Psycho (April 9) Ghost Brothers: Lights Out (April 17)
How to Watch
Since Discovery+ first launched in January 2021, the platform has delivered on its promise to be the destination for all things adventure, food and home, lifestyle, nature, paranormal, science and true-crime programming. It’s the only place viewers can get their 90 Day fix alongside an endless vault of House Hunters episodes or fill up on plenty of new offerings from the Gaines’ Magnolia Network and watch Ludacris learn how to cook.
In the U.S., the platform is widely available across multiple devices, with subscriptions starting at $4.99 per month. (For more information about signing up and a look at ET’s exclusive previews of shows, read more about Discovery+ here.)