Premiering on Thursday, April 1, is the HBO Max original series Made for Love based on Alissa Nutting’s novel of the same name and starring Cristin Milioti, Billy Magnussen, Dan Bakkedahl,  Noma Dumezweni, Augusto Aguilera  and Ray Romano. The show’s original music is composed by Keefus Ciancia (Killing EveLondon Spy, As Above, So BelowThe FallNashvilleStrangerland, DianaThe Motel Life). Check out our previous news article to learn more about the comedy, which will be available to stream exclusively on HBO Max.

Premiering in the U.S. on Friday, April 2, is the British limited series The Serpent developed by Tom Shankland & Richard Warlow and starring Tahar Ramin, Jenna Coleman, Billy Howle, Ellie Bamber, Mathilde Warnier, Alice Englert, Sahajak Boonthanakit, Gregoire Isvarine and Fabien Franke. Dominik Scherrer (The Missing, Ripper StreetThe Widow, Primeval, Requiem) has composed the show’s original music. Dubois Records has released a soundtrack album featuring the composer’s music earlier this year when the drama premiered in the UK. Click here for the full album details an for more information about the 8-parter, which will debut in the U.S. on Netflix.

Also premiering on Friday is the Hulu original documentary WeWork: Or the Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn directed by Jed Rothstein about the rise and fall of one of the biggest corporate flameouts and venture capitalist bubbles in recent years. The film’s original music is composed by Jeremy Turner (Five Came Back, Ode to Joy, Come As You Are, Trophy, Family). The movie premiered earlier this month at the 2021 SXSW Film Festival and will be available to stream exclusively on Hulu.

Also premiering on Friday is the drama Concrete Cowboy co-written and directed by Ricky Staub and starring Idris Elba, Caleb McLaughlin, Jharrel Jerome, Byron Bowers, Lorraine Toussaint and Method Man. Kevin Matley (Kifaru) has composed the film’s original music. The moviw, which follows a rebellious teen who is sent to live with his estranged father for the summer and finds kinship in a tight-knit Philadelphia community of Black cowboys, premiered at last year’s Toronto Film Festival and will be available to stream exclusively on Netflix.