New on Netflix: All the Movies and TV Coming in June

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New on Netflix: All the Movies and TV Coming in June

Every month is a massive one in terms of additions to the big red streaming service named Netflix, but June boasts a particularly impressive set of incoming feature films and TV shows. It’s only fitting that, the hotter it gets outside, the more excuses we streamers all have to stay indoors—read on for our breakdown of the best Netflix has to offer next month.

As you may have guessed from the delightful image above, there are a couple of super movies headed to Netflix in June, arguably none of which are more exciting than Taika Waititi’s Thor: Ragnarok. The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s 17th entry (and Paste’s 17th-ranked film of last year), featuring the brawny Chris Hemsworth in its title role, is undeniably one of its most fun—our own Michael Burgin deemed it “the liveliest, funniest and ‘loosest’ film of the bunch” in his review, highlighting Waititi’s contributions in particular. While Thor: Ragnarok streams on Netflix starting on June 5, another enormous addition waits in the wings until June 26: Rian Johnson’s polarizing Star Wars: The Last Jedi, another one of Paste’s top film picks of 2017. The eighth episode in Star Wars’ central Skywalker saga, The Last Jedi divided fans of the franchise, but delighted the majority of critics, including Paste’s Will Leitch, who lauded the film’s boldness in “[going] places no Star Wars film has ever dreamed of going.” That dynamic duo is only the start of Netflix’s June slate, which also features Martin Scorsese’s Oscar-winning crime epic The Departed (June 1), acclaimed Cate Blanchette-led drama Blue Jasmine (June 1), animated classic Disney’s 101 Dalmatians (June 1), dumb-fun Nicolas Cage-led adventure National Treasure (June 1), Best Picture-winning historical drama The King’s Speech (June 2), Heath Ledger’s final film The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (June 15), Martin McDonagh’s Oscar-nominated 2008 crime dramedy In Bruges (June 16) and Disney’s Oscar-winning animated take on Tarzan (June 23), among others. And as ever, there’s a slew of Netflix original films inbound, including Love, Simon/Superbad hybrid Alex Strangelove on June 8, corporate rom-com Set It Up on June 15 and Chloë Grace Moretz-led psychological drama Brain on Fire on June 22.

Netflix’s June TV slate doesn’t exactly pale in comparison, either, as two acclaimed original shows will both return to the streamer for their second seasons, a much-anticipated new series will get rolling and a beloved fan favorite will conclude its run. We’re referring, of course, to: Marvel superhero series Luke Cage and Alison Brie-led ‘80s wrestling comedy GLOW, debuting their sophomore seasons on June 22 and 29, respectively; new topical comedy series The Break with Michelle Wolf, in which the Daily Show and Late Night with Seth Meyers alum unapologetically pokes fun at everyone and everything—which will sound familiar to those who caught her White House Correspondents’ Dinner performance in late April—streaming every Sunday starting on May 27, with another new episode on June 3; and Sense8, which will air its sweeping series finale on June 8 (natch) after a passionate fan push earned the canceled series one last hurrah. Other notable Netflix original series on the way in June include Nailed It! (June 29) and The Ranch (June 15), among others, while the streamer’s stand-out licensed TV additions are Portlandia season eight (June 10), Grey’s Anatomy season 14 (June 16) and season five of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on June 17. Don’t miss Netflix’s original comedy specials, either, including Hannah Gadsby: Nanette (June 19), in which Australian comic Gadsby rejects boilerplate stand-up by pairing punchlines with personal revelations, and W. Kamau Bell: Private School Negro (June 26), in which activist and comedian Bell contemplates parenting in the Trump era, “free speech” conflicts, woke children’s TV and his fear of going off the grid.

Last and saddest is the list of titles leaving Netflix next month, though you can take comfort in knowing they’ll likely turn up on one of the many other streaming services soon, if they aren’t there already. Titles shuffling off the Netflix coil in June include Clint Eastwood-helmed J. Edgar Hoover biopic J. Edgar, sci-fi franchise flick Men in Black and Denzel Washington’s Oscar-winning career highlight Training Day on June 1, followed by the 2013 Bonnie & Clyde remake on June 10, Baz Luhrmann’s glitzy The Great Gatsby on June 15, Sin City sequel A Dame to Kill For on June 22 and unofficial Avengers movie Captain America: Civil War on June 25.

See Netflix’s complete list of incoming and outgoing June titles below, beneath their sizzle reel.

Coming Soon
iZombie: Season 4
Life Sentence: Season 1
Supergirl: Season 3

Avail. 6/1/18
Assassination Games
Blue Jasmine
Busted! (Season Finale)— NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Disney’s 101 Dalmatians
George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker
He Named Me Malala
Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth
Just Friends
National Treasure
Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist
November 13: Attack on Paris— NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Outside In
Righteous Kill
Rumor Has It
Taking Lives
Terms and Conditions May Apply
The Boy
The Covenant
The Departed
The Prince & Me 4: The Elephant Adventure

Avail. 6/2/18
The King’s Speech

Avail. 6/3/18
The Break with Michelle Wolf (Streaming Every Sunday)— NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Avail. 6/5/18
Marvel Studios’ Thor: Ragnarok

Avail. 6/7/18
Hyori’s Bed & Breakfast: Season 2 (Streaming Every Thursday)
The Night Shift: Season 4

Avail. 6/8/18
Alex Strangelove— NETFLIX FILM
Ali’s Wedding— NETFLIX FILM
Marcella: Season 2— NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Sense8: The Series Finale— NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Treehouse Detectives— NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Avail. 6/9/18
Wynonna Earp: Season 2

Avail. 6/10/18
Portlandia: Season 8

Avail. 6/14/18
Cutie and the Boxer
Marlon: Season 1

Avail. 6/15/18
La Hora Final
Lust Stories— NETFLIX FILM
Step Up 2: The Streets
Sunday’s Illness— NETFLIX FILM
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
True: Magical Friends— NETFLIX ORIGINAL
True: Wonderful Wishes— NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 6— NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Avail. 6/16/18
Grey’s Anatomy: Season 14
In Bruges

Avail. 6/17/18
Club de Cuervos presenta: La balada de Hugo Sánchez— NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 5

Avail. 6/18/18

Avail. 6/19/18
Hannah Gadsby: Nanette— NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Avail. 6/22/18
Brain on Fire— NETFLIX FILM
Derren Brown: Miracle— NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Heavy Rescue: 401: Season 2— NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Marvel’s Luke Cage: Season 2— NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Avail. 6/23/18
Disney’s Tarzan

Avail. 6/24/18
To Each, Her Own (Les Goûts et les couleurs )— NETFLIX FILM

Avail. 6/25/18
Hotel Transylvania: Season 1

Avail. 6/26/18
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
W. Kamau Bell: Private School Negro— NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Avail. 6/29/18
Churchill’s Secret Agents: The New Recruits— NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Harvey Street Kids— NETFLIX ORIGINAL
La Pena Maxima
Nailed It!: Season 2— NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Paquita Salas: Season 2— NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Avail. 6/30/18
Fate/EXTRA Last Encore: Oblitus Copernican Theory— NETFLIX ORIGINAL


Leaving 6/1/18
50 First Dates
8 Mile
Gridiron Gang
J. Edgar
Men in Black
My Left Foot
Out of the Dark
Princess Kaiulani
The Angry Birds Movie
The Brothers Grimm
The Spy Next Door
The Young Victoria
Training Day
What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy
While You Were Sleeping

Leaving 6/2/18
Shark Men: Season 3

Leaving 6/8/18
Grace of Monaco

Leaving 6/918
The Trials of Muhammad Ali

Leaving 6/10/18
Bonnie & Clyde

Leaving 6/15/18
Drillbit Taylor
Naz & Maalik
The Giver
The Great Gatsby 

Leaving 6/16/18
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown: Seasons 1-8
Backstreet Boys: Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of
Curious George

Leaving 6/18/18
Cedar Cove: Seasons 1-3

Leaving 6/20/18

Leaving 6/21/18
Baby Daddy: Seasons 1-6

Leaving 6/22/18
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

Leaving 6/23/18
Curious George 3: Back to the Jungle

Leaving 6/25/18
Marvel Studios’ Captain America: Civil War

Leaving 6/26/18
Alpha and Omega

Leaving 6/29/18
Bad Grandpa .5

Leaving 6/30/18
On Golden Pond

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