April is going to be a great month for avid TV viewers as four new TV shows will be launched. These include “The White Princess,” “The Kennedys-After Camelot,” “Prison Break: Resurrection,” and “American Gods.” Let’s know more about these programs.

‘The White Princess’

The White Princess” is an upcoming historical series by Starz Elizabeth. Previously, “The White Queen,” “The Red Queen,” and “The Kingmaker's Daughter” broke the records. The Seattle Times confidently says that this new series will gross higher than the previous shows. The series will broadcast on Starz in the United States by the end of April.

Freya Mavor is returning as the young Elizabeth of York. Starz CEO Chris Albrecht claims that the network has hired Emma Frost to write the script of the project. This eight-episode series is a follow-up to the 2013 program "The White Queen."

‘The Kennedys-After Camelot’

It is one of the most anticipated TV shows of the month. The story of “The Kennedys-After Camelot” is about the Kennedy family, starring Katie Holmes as Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. In 2011, "The Kennedys" became the most successful show and “The Kennedys-After Camelot” is a follow-up to that program. The cast includes Matthew Perry, Alexander Siddig, Erica Cox, Kristin Booth, and Kristen Hager. Brett Donahue is returning as John F.

Kennedy, and Diana Hardcastle will play Rose Kennedy. It is set to air on ReelzChannel and has only four episodes.

‘Prison Break: Resurrection’

A few months ago, Wentworth Miller announced through his official Twitter account that “Prison Break: Resurrection” will be launched on Fox. Posters and trailers of the program are already out, creating excitement among fans.

Miller has teamed up with Vaun Wilmott and Mike Horowitz for this project. Previously, Vaun was in the news for “Dominion” and Mike made the headlines with the success of “Burn Notice.” Wentworth Miller says that the show will be aired on April 10.

‘American Gods’

American Gods” is an American series developed by Bryan Fuller and Michael Green.

The story is inspired by a novel of the same name. The nine-episode show will premiere on April 30. Craig Cegielski, Stefanie Berk, and Thom Beers have produced the project. The series focuses on a prisoner, played by Shadow Moon. After spending several years in jail, he is set free and tries to begin a normal life. But things suddenly change when someone kills his wife, Laura. Ricky Whittle plays the character of Shadow, and Emily Browning appears as Laura Moon. HBO has shown interest in acquiring the show rights, but Bryan Fuller says the TV series will be aired on another channel.