What’s Worth Streaming: Here’s everything coming to Netflix in April 2020 — and what’s leaving

Most of the country will likely be holed up at home and self-isolating for much of April amid the coronavirus outbreak. Luckily, Netflix Inc. has a bunch of new stuff on tap to keep your eyeballs busy.

Among the highlights from the streaming service: Season 4 of “La Casa de Papel” (“Money Heist”) (April 3), a ridiculously fun and suspenseful crime drama about a gang of crooks robbing the Bank of Spain; Season 2 of the fascinating sports docu-series “Sunderland Til I Die” (April 1), about a once-proud soccer team and its passionate fanbase as they try to crawl out of England’s third-tier league; Season 4 of the baking-disaster reality competition “Nailed It” (April 1); Season 3 of the tense Israeli espionage drama “Fauda” (April 16); “#blackAF” (April 17), a new family sitcom from “Black-ish creator Kenya Barris; and “Never Have I Ever” (April 27), a coming-of-age comedy series about an Indian American teenage girl, inspired by producer Mindy Kaling’s childhood.