New to Netflix in June

Original Series

Flaked: Season 2 (2/6/2017)

Confronted with the results of his fabrications and deceptions, Chip suffers painful losses but discovers the redemptive power of honesty.

Orange Is the New Black: Season 5 (9/6/2017)

The power dynamics at Litchfield shift dramatically as the inmates react to a tragedy in an explosive new season.

My Only Love Song: Season 1 (9/6/2017)

A conceited celebrity who only sees people for their wealth travels back in time and meets an ambitious man who loves nothing more than money.

You Me Her: Season 2 (15/6/2017)

As their unconventional relationship evolves, Emma, Jack and Izzy become closer to one another but face new challenges

The Ranch: Part 3 (16/6/2017)

Colt copes with challenges in his romantic life while Beau and Maggie continue to navigate their own complicated relationship.

El Chapo: Season 1 (16/6/2017)

This gripping drama series chronicles the true story of the rise, capture and escape of notorious drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán.

GLOW: Season 1 (23/6/2017)

Big hair. Body slams. Its 1980s Los Angeles in this comedy series, and an unemployed actress keeps her dream alive by portraying a female wrestler.

Gypsy: Season 1 (30/6/2017)

A thrilling new series follows Jean Holloway, a therapist who develops dangerous and intimate relationships with the people in her patients’ lives.

Original Film

Lucid Dream (2/6/2017)

After searching for his abducted son for three years, a devastated father attempts to track down his missing child through lucid dreams.

Shimmer Lake (9/6/2017)

Unfolding in reverse time, this darkly comic crime thriller follows a local sheriff hunting three bank robbery suspects, one of whom is his brother.

You Get Me (23/6/2017)

After a one-night stand, Holly develops a dangerous obsession with Tyler and transfers to his high school, desperate to keep their “romance” alive.

Okja (28/6/2017)

Tilda Swinton, Jake Gyllenhaal and Paul Dano star in this drama about a girl who must keep a powerful company from abducting her pal, a gentle beast.

Original Comedy

Chelsea: Season 2 (streaming every Friday)

Exciting guests, timely topics, global destinations. Chelsea returns with a fresh new format, bringing her bold perspective to a changed world.
Guests: Elizabeth Moss, Don Lemon, Salma Hayek, Janet Mock, Senator Al Franken, Jimmy Carr, Mike Tyson, Lilly Singh, Cecile Richards

Oh, Hello On Broadway (13/6/2017)

Comics Nick Kroll and John Mulaney star in this stage show as two oddly inseparable New York geriatrics with curious pasts and a fondness for tuna.

Marco Luque: Tamo Junto (15/6/2017)

Comedian and “CQC” host Marco Luque presents his long-running stand-up show, which he’s performed for hundreds of thousands of fans in Brazil.

Rory Scovel Tries Stand-Up For The First Time (20/6/2017)

Rory Scovel performs stand-up in Atlanta, where he shares his deepest thoughts about relationships, religion, politics and the “Thong Song.”

Chris D’Elia: Man on Fire (27/6/2017)

Comic Chris D’Elia hits the stage in Vancouver and shares personal stories about marriage, not having kids, buying pants for your friends and more.

Original Documentary

Counterpunch (16/6/2017)

Follows three promising amateur boxers as they pursue success in a sport that has experienced a steady decline in popularity.

Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press (23/6/2017)

Hulk Hogan’s court case against Gawker Media turns into an examination of how the wealthy can thwart freedom of the press to silence their critics.

Original Children’s Series

World of Winx: Season 2 (16/6/2017)

Armed with evolved powers, the Winx fairies fight monsters and dark magic to defeat the evil Queen and return Peter Pan spirit to the World of Dreams.

Free Rein: Season 1 (23/6/2017)

After befriending a mysterious horse during a summer in the English countryside, 15-year-old Zoe finds the strength to deal with issues she faces.

Little Witch Academia: Season 1 (30/6/2017)

The enthusiastic but somewhat under-talented Akko, along with friends Lotte and Sucy, trains to be a witch at Luna Nova Magical Academy.

TV Highlights

The Originals: Season 3 (25/6/2017)

Zoo: Season 2 (30/6/2017)

Inspector Gadget: Season 2 (1/6/2017)

RuPaul Roast (weekly episodes)

Movie Highlights

Pulp Fiction (1/6/2017)

Kardashian: The Man Who Saved OJ Simpson (1/6/2017)

The Man in the Iron Mask (1/6/2017)

Of Mice and Men (1/6/2017)

Theatre of Life (1/6/2017)

Life in a Day (1/6/2017)

Catfight (1/6/2017)

School of Rock (1/6/2017)

Little Boxes (1/6/2017)

Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat (1/6/2017)

Saving Banksy (2/6/2017)

The Lovely Bones (2/6/2017)

The Flintstones (2/6/2017)

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (4/6/2017)

The Intern (3/6/2017).

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (5/6/2017)

Eye for an Eye (9/6/2017)

Gimme the Loot (15/6/2017)

Enemy at the Gates (16/6/2017) .

Ricky Gervais – Science (16/6/2017)

Black Mass (17/6/2017)

Ninja Assassin (18/6/2017)

New Year’s Eve (18/6/2017)

Under Suspicion (21/6/2017)

The Gift (21/6/2017)

Bokeh (22/6/2017)

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (23/6/2017)

Vanilla Sky (23/6/2017)

The Last Samurai (25/6/2017)

Edgar (25/6/2017)

A Hologram for the King (25/6/2017)

Disney’s Oz the Great and Powerful (28/6/2017)

Munich (30/6/2017)

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4 Responses to “New to Netflix in June”

  1. Yay, season 2 of Zoo but BOO having to wait until the end of June 🙂

  2. It’d be waiting on the premiere of season 3, which is also at the end of June. I’m sure the distributor will have made the dates coincident. BTW, I wasnt as enamoured with S2 of Zoo as S1. Whether I come back for S3 remains to be seen.

  3. Oh well, I’m still looking forward to season 2 of Zoo. I wonder if Netflix will ever screen Timeless? I hear it’s a really good show 🙂

  4. Did S2 of Zoo ever make it to Prime? Btw, S3 of Zoo has been dropped from The Zone to The Box. Indicative of its sophomore year storyline IMHO. And I see that Timeless went from cancelled to renewed for S2 in just a few days. Isn’t Timeless a Sony product? What’s the status of Sony and Netflix for productions?

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