If the thought of dusting off an old Scrabble board over the next few weeks is giving you nightmares, don't fret Netflix has your back.
During these unusual times, spending more time in the great indoors has quickly become the new norm and as we pivot towards new daily routines, keeping entertained with a wide variety of content has arguably never been more important.
Before you go digging into the archives and contemplating if you should watch the awkward cooking show your friend recommended to you over a year ago, take a look at what Netflix has in-store because as usual, the streaming heavyweight is set to deliver the goods.
April's lineup is headlined by the Ricky Gervais lead Afterlife. In the follow up to the acclaimed first season, we see Tony and the town deal with the looming threat of the local newspaper being shut down.
Other Netflix Original highlights include weekly episodes of Riverdale, the second season of El Dragón: Return of a Warrior and Brews Brothers, which follows two rival brothers as they attempt to work together in order to keep their brewery in business.
For fans of True Crime, look out for The Innocence Files. The show takes an in-depth look at why the journey to justice can be so difficult, shining a light on the untold stories of eight wrongful convictions that nonprofit organisation the 'Innocence Project' have uncovered and worked to overturn.