10. BLU-RAY: Truth or Dare. Suffering from Madonna overload? Go suck an Evian bottle. Shot during her 1990 Blond Ambition world tour, Alek Keshishian's documentary makes its debut on Blu-ray Apr. 4. It's "neat."
9. MUSIC: Dedicated, Wilson Phillips. Didn't Bridesmaids make you nostalgic for WP3? As a tribute to their musical heritage — Carnie and Wendy's dad is Beach Boys' Brian Wilson, and Chynna's folks are John and Michelle Phillips of the Mamas and Papas — the girls lend their sweet, sweet ’90s harmonies to songs like "California Dreamin'," "Wouldn't It Be Nice," and "God Only Knows." The album drops Apr. 3, right before the Apr. 8 series premiere of Wilson Phillips: Still Holding On on the TV Guide Network.
8. BLU-RAY: Torchwood: Miracle Day. Starring John Barrowman as omnisexual time-traveler Capt. Jack Harkness, the fourth season of Torchwood — the British sci-fi Doctor Who spin-off — explores what might go down if folks stopped dying. The Starz series is out Apr. 3 on Blu-ray.
7. MOVIE: Titanic 3D. We're psyched about the newly converted 3D version of James Cameron’s epic romance, which slams into theaters like an iceberg Apr. 4, but “It’s Kingsley Bitch” brings up some good points as he busts the blockbuster’s balls.
6. BLU-RAY: Girls Just Want to Have Fun. Gawk at SJP, Helen Hunt, and Shannen Doherty before they were stars in this life-changing ’80s comedy about a girl who schemes to get on a TV dance show. Mean girls, cute boys, etc. Get it on Blu-ray Apr. 3.
5. TV: Dance Moms: Miami. After the second season of Dance Moms ends with a 90-minute finale on Apr. 3, Lifetime introduces its Southern spin-off. Say goodbye to Abby Lee Miller and get ready for two male dance instructors, Victor Smalley and Angel Armas.
4. THEATRE: Evita. Ricky Martin, who recently discussed his lil’ swimmers and showed off the fruits of their labor, shakes his bon bon on Broadway in the new revival of Evita, which opens Apr. 5 at the Marquis Theatre with Michael Cerveris and Argentine actress Elena Roger.
3. MUSIC: Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, Nicki Minaj. If you don’t think her crazy gay male alter ego Roman Zolanski is totally obnoxious, you're probably tickled pick about Nicki's sophomore album, which drops Apr. 3. Cam’ron, Rick Ross, Nas, Drake, Young Jeezy, Chris Brown, 2 Chainz, and Beenie Man all throw down on the schizo disc, which includes "Starships," "Roman Holiday," and "Stupid Hoe."
2. BOOK: Girl Walks into a Bar…: Comedy Calamities, Dating Disasters, and a Midlife Miracle, Rachel Dratch. The quirky actress talks SNL highs, post-SNL downers, and an unexpected baby in her must-read new memoir. Also a must: Amy Poehler's new Dratch interview for The Daily Beast.
1. MOVIE: American Reunion. American Pie came out in 1999? God, we're old. The whole gang's back for American Reunion, which is out Apr. 6, and that includes hot mess Tara Reid and the dry, indestructible awesomeness that is Natasha Lyonne, whose post-addiction comeback was the focus of EW's AR coverage. This one time, at band camp...