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Everything new streaming this APRIL 2024 on ABC IVIEW

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April 2024 on ABC iview heralds a captivating assortment of programs, each uniquely tailored to draw viewers into worlds of intrigue, creativity, history, and drama.

The month’s schedule is replete with both premieres and returning favorites, showcasing the breadth and diversity of content ABC iview continues to offer.

White Fever, premiering on Wednesday, 10 April, introduces audiences to Jane, a Korean-Australian adoptee grappling with accusations of ‘white fever’. This bold and innovative series delves into Jane’s attempts to recalibrate her romantic desires, embarking on a humorous yet deeply introspective journey. Her adventures, marked by cultural clashes and self-discovery, promise to engage viewers with its fresh perspective on identity and attraction.

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In Miriam Margolyes Impossibly Australian, airing on Tuesday, 9 April, the iconic and ever-entertaining Miriam Margolyes embarks on a profound exploration of Australia’s multifaceted communities. This world premiere offers a glimpse into the lives of Australians from various walks of life, highlighting their struggles, triumphs, and the shared humanity that binds us. Margolyes’ distinctive voice and curiosity illuminate the stories of those living on the margins, making for a deeply compelling and eye-opening series.

Creative Types With Virginia Trioli, launching on the same day, brings to the fore Virginia Trioli‘s passion for the arts. This six-part series sees Trioli engaging in intimate conversations with some of Australia’s most celebrated artists, writers, and performers. Through these discussions, the series explores the essence of creativity, the challenges and joys of the artistic process, and the impact of art on society. It’s a must-watch for anyone interested in the creative spirit that drives Australian art and culture.

On Sunday, 7 April, Vera returns for its thirteenth series, bringing back the formidable DCI Vera Stanhope as she tackles the mysterious death of a beloved market trader. The series remains true to its roots, blending intricate plotting with character-driven drama, and Vera’s unique approach to solving crimes ensures that viewers are in for another season of engaging and thoughtful storytelling.

Murder In Provence, premiering on Sunday, 6 April, transports viewers to the picturesque yet shadowy corners of Provence. The series follows an Investigating Judge and his partner, a Criminal Psychologist, as they unravel the complex web of murder, mystery, and intrigue that lies beneath the idyllic facade of their home. This series combines the beauty of its setting with the depth of its mysteries, making it an intriguing addition to the crime genre.

The Suspect, debuting on Saturday, 6 April, is a thrilling addition to ABC iview’s crime drama offerings. When a clinical psychologist’s past starts to catch up with him, a complex narrative unfolds, drawing viewers into a web of deceit, guilt, and psychological intrigue. The series is a masterclass in suspense, keeping audiences guessing at every turn.

For younger viewers and families, Bluey: Ghostbasket, premiering on Sunday, 7 April, marks the return of everyone’s favorite animated duo, Janet and Rita. This new installment in the beloved series promises more heartwarming adventures, laughter, and the simple yet profound explorations of family and imagination that have made Bluey a household name.

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George Clarke’s Adventures in Americana, airing on Monday, 8 April, offers a refreshing look at American architecture through the eyes of George Clarke. This series is an odyssey across the United States, uncovering the stories behind America’s most unique buildings and the people who inhabit them. Clarke’s enthusiasm and expertise make for an enlightening and entertaining journey.

Marking the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s First Folio, Shakespeare: Rise of a Genius, premiering on Tuesday, 9 April, is a docu-drama that charts the extraordinary life of William Shakespeare. From his early days in Stratford-upon-Avon to his rise as the preeminent playwright of his time, the series is a testament to Shakespeare’s enduring legacy and genius.

Bluey: The Sign, set to premiere on Sunday, 14 April, is poised to be the largest Bluey episode to date. This special episode not only features the creative talents behind Bluey but also introduces new voices to the series, enriching the Bluey universe with new characters and stories.

Call The Midwife, returning on Sunday, 14 April for its twelfth series, continues to offer poignant and heartfelt stories from the midwives and nuns of Nonnatus House. Set against the backdrop of 1960s East London, the series remains a touching exploration of life, love, and the resilience of community.

Martin Clunes Islands of Australia, premiering on Thursday, 25 April, sees Martin Clunes embarking on an adventurous journey across Australia’s islands. This series is a celebration of Australia’s natural beauty, its diverse ecosystems, and the unique stories of the people who call these islands home.

On Friday, 26 April, Silent Witness returns with its twenty-sixth series, continuing to deliver compelling crime stories through the lens of forensic pathology. Dr Nikki Alexander and her team play a crucial role in unraveling mysteries and bringing justice to light, combining science with suspenseful storytelling.

Father Brown makes a welcome return on Saturday, 27 April, for its tenth series. The series sticks to its winning formula, blending mystery, humor, and the philosophical musings of its clerical detective as he solves crimes in the idyllic English countryside.

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Finally, The Luminaries, premiering on Sunday, 28 April, is a visually stunning adaptation of the Man Booker prize-winning novel. Set in the 1860s during the New Zealand gold rush, it weaves together themes of love, betrayal, and redemption, set against a backdrop of stunning landscapes and historical intrigue.

Additionally, April sees the return of beloved series such as Long Lost Family, Brian Cox’s Adventures in Space and Time, Traces, and Upstart Crow, ensuring a rich and diverse viewing experience for audiences on ABC iview this month.

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