What to stream on Netflix this weekend, April 3: Brews Brothers, Love Wedding Repeat and more

Love Wedding Repeat - Netflix movies - Credit: Riccardo Ghilardi
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Another weekend means new movies and TV shows are now streaming on Netflix! Here’s what not to miss.

With social distancing and isolation rules still in place, we need all of the new content we can get our eyes on! Lucky for us all, Netflix never fails to deliver new movies and TV shows each weekend! April 10 sees many new releases, we’ll go over our favorites, below!

Seeking thrills or drama to keep you busy (and distracted) during these tough times? Netflix is happy to provide. This weekend, April 10, will also feature plenty of laughs. Let’s check out what’s available to stream on Netflix:

Brews BrothersWilhelm and Adam are not your average brother duo. For starters, they can’t stand each other, yet the estranged brothers decide to run a brewery together. This only spells trouble, and laughs! The series stars Alan Aisenberg and Mike Castle.

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The Main Event: Here’s something everyone in the family can enjoy! The Main Event follows Leo, an 11-year-old boy who discovers a wrestlers mask that gives him super strength. Naturally, Leo puts his new-found abilities to the test in the wrestling ring! The movie stars Seth Carr, Tichina Arnold, Adam Pally, and Ken Marino.

Love Wedding Repeat: If you need something that’s more of a romcom with a twist, check out Love Wedding Repeat, starring Sam Clafin. The movie follows Jack (Clafin) a man just trying to give his little sister the wedding of her dreams. But in order for him to do this, he’ll have to relive the night until everything goes right, but will things ever be perfect?

MORE: 50 best original shows on streaming to watch right now

Need more? Here are releases from earlier this month on Netflix that you may have missed:

Next. Movies and TV shows to stream this weekend on Hulu, HBO, Disney Plus and more. dark

Which movie or series will you be streaming this weekend? Did we miss a great new show or film you believe needs to be added to the list?