To watch tonight, April 1, 2020

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It’s April 1, which means a ton of new content has gone down on streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Disney +. The COVID-19 pandemic has also displaced many live events on the Web.

Every day we have gathered some of the best streaming options. Yesterday we told you about classic MLB streaming baseball games, a live Melissa Etheridge concert and how you can tour Buckingham Palace from your sofa.

Today we’ve found a whole new set of things to keep you occupied, from experimental movies to workouts you can do at home.

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Below our slideshow of today’s suggestions, you will find an overview of the many options that we have already highlighted.

Do you find something great that we haven’t written about yet? Tell us in the comments and we can present it in a future article.

Watch Battlestar Galactica: Syfy has made seasons 1-4 of Battlestar Galactica free to broadcast on its site. All episodes are free to watch without a cable connection, as are movies and mini-series. Be warned: they are all ad-supported, so be prepared to have your display cut off for a few announcements along the way.
Watch Battlestar Galactica: Syfy made Battlestar Galactica seasons 1-4 free to broadcast on his site. All episodes are free to watch without a cable connection, as are movies and mini-series. Be warned: they are all ad-supported, so be prepared to have your display cut off for a few announcements along the way.
Image: NBC Universal

Attend a Garth Brooks concert: Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood will be hosting a live concert tonight from their home studio. You can watch the performances on CBS at 8 p.m.
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Learn how to make a puppet: This one is really for tomorrow rather than for tonight, but if you’ve always wanted to make your own puppet, this is your chance. Central Park Tutors is hosting free live puppet-making workshops at 1 p.m. ET every day until April 4. The class is taught by puppet teacher Anna Lublina. Anna’s work has been presented at St. Ann’s Warehouse, Judson Church, the 14th St Y, Center for Performance Research, The Old American Can Factory, Dixon Place, The Brick, The Tank, The Pit, Vital Joint, Bread and Puppet Theater, and the Festival of municipal spaces. You can catch class on Facebook.
Image: Central Park Guardians

Try a workout: There are tons of workout options you can do at home. Fitness Blender offers an assortment of free video exercises you can do it whenever you want. On its site, you can sort the workouts by duration, how many calories you will burn, which part of the body you are training for and even what equipment you may have on hand.
Image: Fitness mixer

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