Exciting June 2024 Arrivals on Netflix

May was an action-packed month for Netflix, featuring standout premieres like “A Man in Full” and John Mulaney’s live show “Everybody’s in L.A.” The latest season of “Bridgerton” captivated audiences, and Benedict Cumberbatch’s unique new series “Eric” left viewers intrigued. Despite a minor hiccup with Jerry Seinfeld’s “Unfrosted,” Netflix maintained its status as the streaming leader.

June promises even more thrilling content as Netflix continues its streak of captivating original programming. “Bridgerton” Season 3 wraps up, “Sweet Tooth” concludes its three-season journey, and the highly-anticipated action rom-com “Hit Man” finally becomes available for streaming. Dive into Netflix’s summer lineup and explore the diverse array of shows and movies debuting this month.

Cumming in Netflix June 2024

June 1 Releases

  • Too Old for Fairy Tales 2
    Waldek embarks on an adventurous quest through the Tatra mountains to find his estranged father after his mother’s new boyfriend moves in.
  • 1917
    Experience the harrowing World War I journey of two British soldiers tasked with delivering a crucial message.
  • The Breakfast Club
    Relive the iconic coming-of-age story of five high school students spending a Saturday in detention.
  • La La Land
    Follow the romantic and artistic dreams of a jazz musician and an aspiring actress in Los Angeles.
  • The Lego Movie
    A delightful animated adventure where an ordinary Lego figure is mistaken for the hero prophesied to save the Lego universe.
  • The Conjuring Series
    Get ready for a marathon of spine-chilling horror with “The Conjuring,” “The Conjuring 2,” and “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It.”

June 3 to June 6 Highlights

  • How I Met Your Mother: Seasons 1-9 (June 3)
    Enjoy the full series of this beloved sitcom following Ted Mosby’s journey to find true love.
  • Jo Koy: Live from Brooklyn (June 4)
    Jo Koy delivers laughs with his unfiltered takes on social media, aging, and life changes in this new stand-up special.
  • Baki Hanma vs Kengan Ashura (June 6)
    Witness the ultimate martial arts showdown between the toughest fighters from two legendary anime series.

June 7 to June 11 Highlights

  • Hit Man (June 7)
    Sparks fly in this noir comedy when a fake hit man meets his potential client in Richard Linklater’s latest film.
  • Perfect Match Season 2 (June 7)
    Netflix reality show alumni test their romantic connections in a competition to find the perfect match.
  • Keith Robinson: Different Strokes (June 11)
    Comedian Keith Robinson shares hilarious and real-life experiences in this stand-up special.

Mid-June Must-Watch

  • My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman Season 5 (June 12)
    David Letterman sits down with Miley Cyrus and Charles Barkley for in-depth conversations.
  • Bridgerton Season 3, Part 2 (June 13)
    The season finale reveals secrets and surprises as debutantes compete for the spotlight.
  • Ultraman: Rising (June 14)
    A star athlete returns home to become Ultraman, defending Tokyo from giant monsters.

June 15 to June 20 Releases

  • Cold Case Files (2023): Season 3 (June 15)
    Dive into more gripping true crime stories as investigators solve long-forgotten cases.
  • Agents of Mystery (June 18)
    Follow a team of agents exploring bizarre, unexplained phenomena in this creative series.
  • Dexter: Seasons 1-8 (June 19)
    Binge-watch the complete saga of Dexter Morgan, the forensic expert leading a double life as a vigilante serial killer.

End of June Premieres

  • The Victims’ Game Season 2 (June 21)
    Detective Fang Yi-jen faces new challenges as he becomes entangled in a murder case.
  • Hoarders Season 14 (June 28)
    Return to the intense world of hoarding with new episodes showcasing extreme cases.
  • Savage Beauty Season 2 (June 28)
    The Bhengu family battles for control of their empire as the face of Bhengu Beauty goes on the run.

June 21 to June 27 Highlights

  • Trigger Warning (June 21)
    Jessica Alba stars as a Special Forces commando who takes over her father’s bar after his sudden death, soon finding herself up against a violent gang in her hometown.
  • Rising Impact (June 22)
    A pro golfer discovers a third-grader’s natural talent for the sport, setting the young boy on a journey to become the world’s best golfer.
  • Kaulitz & Kaulitz (June 25)
    Twin superstars Tom and Bill Kaulitz provide an intimate look into their private lives in this engaging reality series.
  • Worst Roommate Ever Season 2 (June 26)
    Real-life nightmares unfold as stories of con artists, criminals, and killers posing as roommates come to light.
  • That ’90s Show Part 2 (June 27)
    Leia Forman returns to her grandparents’ basement for more adventures with her Point Place friends during the summer of 1996.
  • Unicorn Academy Chapter 2 (June 27)
    Sophia races to uncover the connection between a rare constellation and her missing father on Unicorn Island.

June 28 to June 30 Releases

  • A Family Affair (June 28)
    A surprising romance leads to comedic consequences for a young woman, her mother, and her movie star boss as they navigate the complications of love, sex, and identity.
  • The Mole Season 2 (June 28)
    In this high-stakes competition, 12 players work together in challenges to add money to a pot that only one will win, all while trying to identify the secret saboteur among them.
  • Òlòtūré: The Journey (June 28)
    Follow a young journalist working undercover as a sex worker in Nigeria as she fights for her life while exposing corruption and attempting to forge a path to Europe.
  • Owning Manhattan (June 28)
    Go inside the glamorous world of high-stakes real estate in New York City with world-famous broker and CEO Ryan Serhant as he builds his brokerage and chases the most exclusive luxury listings.
  • Savage Beauty Season 2 (June 28)
    As the face of Bhengu Beauty remains on the run, the Bhengu family grapples for control of their empire, each member fighting for their own future.
  • Alone Season 10 (June 30)
    The survival competition returns, pitting individuals against the wilderness and each other in a bid to outlast and win.
  • NCIS Seasons 16-17 (June 30)
    Catch up on the latest investigations and dramatic turns in the long-running crime drama series.
  • The Smurfs Season 2 (June 30)
    Join the Smurfs in their whimsical adventures in this new season of the beloved animated series.

June 2024 Netflix Overview

June 2024 is set to be a stellar month for Netflix subscribers, offering an impressive variety of new content across genres. From gripping docuseries and dramatic finales to exciting new seasons and reality shows, Netflix ensures there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Original Series and Documentaries

  • Sweet Tooth: Season 3 promises a compelling conclusion to the post-apocalyptic tale of hybrid children.
  • Bridgerton Season 3, Part 2 continues to dazzle with its lush period drama and romantic intrigue.
  • Hierarchy and Agents of Mystery bring fresh narratives to the streaming platform, offering suspense and mystery.

Comedy and Stand-Up Specials

  • Jo Koy: Live from Brooklyn and Keith Robinson: Different Strokes deliver top-tier stand-up comedy.
  • Outstanding: A Comedy Revolution explores the impactful history of LGBTQ+ comedians.

Movies and Films

  • Hit Man and Trigger Warning provide thrilling cinematic experiences, while A Family Affair offers light-hearted, romantic comedy.
  • Classics like La La Land, The Lego Movie, and the entire Dexter series ensure there’s plenty to binge-watch.

Reality and Competition Shows

  • Perfect Match Season 2 and The Mole Season 2 bring high-stakes drama and romance.
  • Owning Manhattan and America’s Sweethearts: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders give viewers an insider look into glamorous and intense worlds.

With such a diverse and exciting lineup, Netflix continues to set the standard for streaming entertainment. Make sure to mark your calendars and enjoy all the incredible content coming to Netflix in June 2024.

Stay tuned for these exciting releases and more on Netflix this June. With a lineup packed with diverse genres and captivating stories, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.