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April is finally here and that means there’s plenty of great content coming your way over on Peacock. This month, the NBCUniversal streaming service is releasing a comedy news series from Snoop Dogg and Kevin Hart as well as a new sitcom starring Craig Robinson.
New seasons of family favorites are hitting the streaming service this month too. Keep your eyes peeled for season seven of Madagascar: A Little Wild and The Croods: Family Tree season two. Plus, April is bringing plenty of great movies, new and old alike, to the platform.
How much does Peacock cost?
Plenty of great ad-supported shows and movies are available to watch on Peacock completely free, but if you want access to Peacock's premium content you have two subscription options. For $5/month you can get ad-supported access to premium content, or go ad-free for $10/month.
If you're still struggling to find new shows and movies to stream (as opposed to rewatching your favorites again and again), then be sure to check out the rest of ET’s streaming guides to find out what’s new on Prime Video, Disney+, Hulu and more. Keep reading to check out all the new and exciting titles Peacock has to offer in April 2022.
Killing It (April 14)
The Craig Robinson-led comedy is described as a show about "class, capitalism and one man’s quest to achieve the American dream. And also about hunting really big snakes." The series stars Claudia O’Doherty, Rell Battle, Scott MacArthur, Stephanie Nogueras, Wyatt Walter and Jet Miller.
Snoop Dogg and Kevin Hart have teamed up for a comedy news show about criminals. Little else is known about the Peacock Original series other than the rapper and the comedian will host all eight episodes. You'll just have to tune in!
Season two of the Irish drama is dropping this month. Val Ahern (Dervla Kirwan) is still grieving the loss of her husband Denis when her world is rocked yet again. This time, a stranger named Finn (Dean Fagan) shows up at her door claiming to be Denis’ estranged son.