Get ready Netflix lovers; new content is being added in June! It’s time to binge-watch some new series, final series, films, and docu-series that are becoming vastly popular with the Netflix-watching population.
It’s time to say goodbye to the Tanner family in the final season of Fuller House. And if you like the concept of groundhog days, you’ll be happy to learn Before I Fall making its way onto the platform. Keep scrolling; there’s sure to be some content worth your while on this list.
The Help Has An All-Star Cast
Emma Stone, Viola Davis, and Octavia Spencer star in the critically acclaimed film The Help. Set in 1960s Mississippi, the film follows the story of a recent college graduate, Skeeter, who has dreams of becoming a writer.
For her first project, she decides to interview the African-American housekeepers who work for prominent white families. No one ever expected the secrets and different stories that came to light during the interviews. This is one movie you won’t want to miss.
The Politician Is Back For A Second Season Of Drama
Ryan Murphy’s comedy-drama The Politician is coming back for a politics-driven second season. Interestingly, the show is going to fast-forward a few years, so viewers aren’t going to see Payton Hobart in high school anymore.
Rather, the main character is going to be running for an actual office. It’s going to be interesting to see the grown-up versions of some fan-favorite characters. But, don’t worry, Murphy is sure to add all of the melodramatic plot twists he is known for!
Watch Maggie Q Hunt Vampires In Priest
June is going to take us back to the vampire fad of the early 2000s with the horror film Priest. Trust us when we say this is one movie you’re not going to want to overlook. The story follows a legendary warrior priest who comes out of retirement when vampires kidnap his niece.
With the help of his niece’s boyfriend and a supernatural fighting high priestess, the priest sets out to hunt the vampires who took his family.
Get Your Plastic Spoons Ready, The Disaster Artist Is Coming To Netflix
If your a fan of Tommy Wiseau’s dark comedy and cult classic The Room, then you’re going to be happy to know the biopic The Disaster Artist is coming to Netflix in June. Starring James and Dave Franco, the film follows the story of filmmaker Tommy and actor Greg Sestero as they create a movie in the hopes of becoming Hollywood stars.
If you know anything about the man Tommy Wiseau, then you can imagine how ridiculous watching a fictionalized making of The Room can be.
The Show Is A Different Kind Of Reality TV
If you’re in the market for a good satire movie, then you’re going to be thrilled to learn that The Show is coming to Netflix’s catalog in June. The drama follows the story of a greedy network executive and television host who launches a new reality game show.
The draw of the show is that it showcases peoples’ deaths. Of course, there are some ethical issues associated with the show, and drama ensues at every turn!
The Stolen Is A Different Type Of Western
Western fans gather around because the 2017 film The Stolen is joining Netflix. Get ready to enter the wild terrain of New Zealand with Charlotte Lockton as she searches for her baby son, who was kidnapped.
Set in 1860, Charlotte joins a hoard of ex-convicts, hustlers, ladies of the night, and even a native Maori warrior as they travel to the mining community of Gold Town. There, she finds the answers she is looking for, but at what cost?
The Final Season Of Fuller House
Once again, viewers are going to say goodbye to the Tanner family. The fifth and final season of Fuller House is going to air on Netflix come June. It’s time to join the family for a final hurrah as the sitcom comes to a close.
If you haven’t tuned into the sequel to the hit 90s show Full House, then you have a little bit of time to binge-watch the four seasons that are currently on the streaming platform.
The Healer Is Truly Magical
The faith-based dramedy The Healer is coming to Netflix in June. The story follows Alec, a repairman who isn’t having the best luck in the world. But when he goes to live with his distant uncle, things begin to change.
See, Alec’s uncle is certain he inherited the family’s mysterious healing abilities. Now, Alec is a reluctant miracle-worker! What do you think Alec is going to do with his gift? Only one way to find out; watch the movie when it’s released to the streaming platform!
Lady Bird Is A Film You’re Not Going To Want To Miss
If you missed out on watching the Oscar-nominated film Lady Bird, then you’re going to be happy to learn that the 2017 film is making it’s way to Netflix’s catalog in June. It’s time to follow the story of 17-year-old Christine “Lady Bird” McPherson as she navigates her teenage life in California.
The coming of age film showcases the strong bond that can form between mother and daughter while maintaining a very “true life” story. You can’t help but resonate with the characters.
Killing Gunther Is The Comedic Relief You’ve Been Waiting For
Get ready to see Arnold Schwarzenegger as you’ve never seen him before, as world-class accomplished hitman Gunther. But, as the title of the movie suggests, Gunther has a big target on his back.
Other assassins of the world want to be the one to win the title of the person who was able to take Gunther out. Of course, Killing Gunther is actually a comedic film, so there’s bound to be some ridiculous assassination attempts.
The Last Days of American Crime Is Sure To Be Intense
Netflix is releasing the crime thriller The Last Days of American Crime to the streaming platform in June. The film is based on a graphic novel of the same name and is set in the not-so-distant future.
As a final solution to end terrorism, the American government releases a signal that will make it so no one can get away with committing a crime. It’s sure to be an intense film that will have you on the edge of your seat.
The Fourth And Final Season Of 13 Reasons Why
Based on the novel of the same name, 13 Reasons Why‘s fourth and final chapter is coming to Netflix in June. If you’re a fan of the series, then you know there has been a fair share of ridiculous teenage drama.
But don’t worry; the characters aren’t quite finished with one another. Get ready for your questions to be answered in June with the wrap-up of the popular television series.
The Night Clerk Is An Intense Murder Mystery
For those of you who enjoy a good murder mystery, then you’re going to want to watch The Night Clerk when it’s added to Netflix’s catalog in June. The film follows the investigation of a young hotel clerk, Bart Bromley, who is suspect number one in a murder case, solely because he was the one on duty when it happened.
But everything changes when he starts to have feelings with one of the guests. So, Bart starts an investigation of his own, to find the real murderer.
Before I Fall Is A YA Version Of Groundhog Day
The film adaptation of Lauren Oliver’s Before I Fall is coming to Netflix in June. Pretty much a young adult groundhog day, the film follows popular Samantha Kingston as she dies in a car crash, only to wake up and relive the same day over and over again.
For Samantha, it’s a race against time to unravel the mystery of her death, and some of the secrets those closet to her have been hiding.
Lenox Hill Gets Real About Hospital Life
The new docu-series Lenox Hill brings views inside the famous New York hospital. Following four doctors, an emergency room physician, Chief Resident OBGYN, and two brain surgeons, the views are exposed to the highs and lows of working in such a high-stress and fast-paced environment.
Get ready; this documentary is sure to bring smiles, tears, and a whole lot of anxiety to whoever is brave enough to watch the high-stakes docu-series.
Father Soldier Son Is An Emotional Story
With the growing popularity of docu-series comes another Netflix original, Father Soldier Son. The series follows one military family over ten years. But when their father, Sgt. First Class Brian Eisch, is critically wounded in Afganistan, the family has to embark on an entirely new journey.
The docu-series is a great reminder of the love of one’s family, how to cope when you lose something dear, and how to move forward.
The Woods Is Sure To Keep You On The Edge Of Your Seat
Set in 1994 and then 2019, The Woods follows the harrowing story of Warsaw prosecutor, Paweł Kopiński. After 25 years, the main character is still grieving over the disappearance of his sister, who went into the woods at camp and never came out.
But when new evidence comes into the picture, Kopiński has a newfound hope that his sister is still alive. What he didn’t anticipate was dangerous family secrets coming into the picture.
Ash Ketchum and Pikachu embark on a whole new adventure in the series Pokémon: Journeys. Leaving the region of Alola behind, the two are on a mission to see the world. Along for the ride is Ash’s new friend Goh, a boy who is determined to catch one of every Pokémon.
So, while Goh is off searching for the mythical Mew, Ash is still on a mission to become the very best Pokémon master out there.
Juwanna Mann…You’re Just Going To Have To Watch It
If you’re in the mood for an epic rom-com, look no further than Juwanna Mann when it’s added to Netflix’s catalog in June. After a ridiculous on-court stunt, Jamal Jeffries is kicked off his NBA team. The thing is, he’s not ready to give up the sport.
Taking measures into his oversized hands, Jamal decides to dress in drag and become the star player on a woman’s team. But things get complicated when he falls for the team captain; go figure.
My Shy Boss Is A Cute Rom-Com Series
The South Korean television series My Shy Boss is coming to Netflix in June. Following the story of shy and introverted Brian and public relations CEO Eun Hwan Ki, viewers watch as one employee makes it her mission to expose the real Eun Hwan Ki.
Chae Ro Woon is the energetic new employee who makes it her mission at the office to have others see the CEO for who he is and not the cold and prickly man they believe him to be. Did we mention its a comedy? So get ready to laugh a whole lot!