FilmRise, a completely free, ad-supported channel available across Connected TV and mobile app platforms with no subscription fee requirement, today announced a new slate of April titles. Filmrise offers a range of content across genres including Drama, Comedy, Romance, Kids & Family, Thrillers, Documentaries, Lifestyle, Reality TV, and niche segments like British TV shows, World cinema, LGBTQIA movies and more. Audiences can enjoy its curated collection of premium and unique content. The FilmRise TV apps are enabled on every platform by Future Today, Inc.
Starting in April, audiences can enjoy the Academy-nominated historical fantasy-mystery The Illusionist (IMDB: 7.6/10) starring Edward Norton and Jessica Biel. Also featured is Monster, a biographical crime drama that earned Charlize Theron an Academy Award for Best Actress.
During difficult times, faith helps us get through. FilmRise celebrates Easter and the Holy Month with the critically acclaimed, Oscar-nominanted film The Passion of the Christ, starring Jim Caviezel and Monica Bellucci.
April 22 is Earth Day and FilmRise has curated the best of nature-themed documentaries. Watch Bear Grylls: Survival School, Gordon Ramsay’s Shark Bait, James Cameron’s Deep Sea Challenge, Martin Clunes in Man to Manta and Last Lemur Standing, and many more titles which explore our biodiversity, and the impact of climate change on it.
If you’re searching for bingeworthy TV programs, look no further than our collection of Food -based reality shows, including all 18 seasons of Hell’s Kitchen. Also check out Gordon Ramsay in Kitchen Nightmares and Gordon’s Great Escape.
We know that most of you are stuck home social-distancing and self-quarantining. Make laughter your best medicine with laugh riots like The Accidental Husband, Stuck in Love, Ernest in the Army, among many others available in April. Filmrise also has classic sitcoms like 3rd Rock from the Sun and The Real McCoys for binge-watching fans.
Below is the list of select highlights of curated April 2020 FilmRise movies, which you can watch for free on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Xbox, Comcast Xfinity, Android and iOS apps.