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Netflix June 2021 - The Best New Movies And TV Shows To Watch

Summer is nearly here, and while everyone may be gearing up for a season of outdoor activities, it's also important to get all your upcoming Netflix binge-watches on the calendar. There will be plenty of wistfully lazy afternoons and late-night get togethers that demand the perfect movie or TV show to complete the vibe. Thankfully, the month of June will see tons of exciting new entries to Netflix's already enviable catalogue.

From fresh seasons of some of your favorite Netflix Original series to classic films being made available for you to enjoy, there's no shortage of options on offer starting on June 1. Don't get too sidetracked by all the new arrivals, though. There are also a ton of great properties leaving Netflix throughout June that you'll want to make sure you don't miss before you can no longer hit play.

Here's all the best stuff arriving to — and departing from — Netflix in June 2021.

Several of Netflix's most popular original series have new seasons coming in June

June will see several well-loved Netflix original series returning for new scintillating seasons. Fans of the soapy Spanish boarding school drama "Elite" are in for a particularly exciting month. Not only is the series' fourth season dropping on June 18, but leading up to it, Netflix will be releasing four short series focusing on individual characters aptly titled "Elite Short Stories." Their release kicks off on June 14.

Elite isn't the only European hit returning in June. Everyone's favorite gentleman burglar will be back on the prowl on June 11 when "Lupin: Part 2" premieres, while the British mystery "The A List" will return for its long-awaited second season on June 25. Across the bond, the Canadian zombie thriller "Black Summer," which just thrilled fans with a new promotional trailer, is also rising for a second season, which will premiere on June 17. Also make sure to mark June 18 on the calendar, which is when the Chinese romantic drama "The Rational Life" makes its Netflix debut.

And if all the zombies and tumultuous secrets leave you craving something a little more sunny and frivolous, don't worry. Season 2 of the bodacious reality competition series "Too Hot to Handle" arrives on June 23.

June 3

Creator's File: GOLD

Summertime: Season 2

June 4

Sweet Tooth

Feel Good: Season 2

June 9

Fresh, Fried & Crispy

June 10


June 11

Lupin: Part 2

June 12


Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce): Season 2

June 14

Elite Short Stories: Guzmán Caye Rebe

June 15

Workin' Moms: Season 5

Elite Short Stories: Nadia Guzmán

The Guardians of Justice

June 16

Elite Short Stories: Omar Ander Alexis

June 17

Black Summer: Season 2

Hospital Playlist: Season 2

The Gift: Season 3

Elite Short Stories: Carla Samuel


June 18

The Rational Life

The World's Most Amazing Vacation Rentals

Elite: Season 4

June 23


Too Hot to Handle: Season 2

June 24

The Naked Director: Season 2

June 25

The A List: Season 2


June 28

Close Enough: Season 2

Coming Soon


So Not Worth It


June is a great month to check out Netflix's original movie options

From heartfelt family comedies to slick foreign thrillers, Netflix has an original movie for just about any occasion in the month of June. Fans of cinematic trysts will feel particularly catered to thanks to the June 3 release of Swedish drag comedy "Dancing Queens," the Iliza Shlesinger starring rom-com "Good on Paper," out on June 23, and the June 2 premiere of the Brazilian vacation romp "Carnaval."

For more serious fare, make sure to catch "Tragic Jungle," a languid and mysterious period piece set in rural Belize and Mexico in the 1920s. It premieres on June 9, the same day as the Gina Rodriguez and Jennifer Jason Leigh starring sci-fi thriller "Awake." If you need to zap back to some laughs, there's always the audacious animated satire "America: The Motion Picture," releasing June 30, and Kevin Hart's parenthood dramedy "Fatherhood," out on June 18, to look forward to.

Finally, the original schoolgirl superhero has a massive two-part movie event arriving on June 3. "Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie: Part 1 / Part 2" is sure to thrill fans of the cartoon classic, but if that's not enough anime for you, Netflix has even more coming in June.

June 2


June 3

Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie: Part 1 / Part 2

Dancing Queens

June 4

Trippin' with the Kandasamys

Sweet & Sour


June 9


Tragic Jungle

June 16

Silver Skates


June 17

Ali & Ratu Ratu Queen

June 18

A Family

Jagame Thandhiram

Rurouni Kenshin: The Final


June 23

Good on Paper

The House of Flowers: The Movie

June 25

The Ice Road

June 30

America: The Motion Picture

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Don't miss the Netflix original anime, documentary, and stand-up titles coming in June

Netflix has several original anime offerings ready to drop. "Trese" is a spooky supernatural series inspired by a popular Filipino comic of the same name that's premiering on June 11. You can also catch a unique take on the feared and beloved giant lizard with the June 24 premiere of "Godzilla Singular Point," as well as the high fantasy adventure "Record of Ragnarok," release date to be announced.

The streamer is also getting a bevy of mind-expanding documentaries in the month of June. The meditation masters at Headspace have a new doc coming out on June 15 titled "Headspace: Unwind Your Mind." It should pair nicely with "Human: The World Within," an exploration of what it means to be alive and kicking that's set to release on June 4. On the other side of the documentary spectrum, true crime fans have "Murder by the Coast" and "Sophie: A Murder in West Cork" arriving on June 23 and June 30.

If stand-up is your thing, Netflix has something for you, as well. June 3 will see the premiere of the latest special from one of Mexico's most popular comedians with "Alan Saldaña: Locked Up."

June 3

Alan Saldaña: Locked Up 

June 4

Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our Planet

Human: The World Within

June 5

Kitty Love: An Homage to Cats

June 11


June 15

Headspace: Unwind Your Mind

June 16

Penguin Town

June 22

This Is Pop

June 23

Murder by the Coast

June 24

Godzilla Singular Point 

Sisters on Track

June 26

Wonder Boy

June 28

The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon's Judgement 

June 30

Sophie: A Murder in West Cork

Coming Soon

Record of Ragnarok 

June is the month for cult classic sitcoms and reality competition series on Netflix

Netflix originals aren't the only thing you'll have to keep you entertained. Beginning on June 1, the streamer will have all three seasons of the cult classic sitcom "Happy Endings" available to binge for first-time viewers and long-time fans of the series alike. Amahzing! Lovers of a quality TV comedy should also check out the fifth and final season of Canadian series "Kim's Convenience." It drops on June 2.

There are a few other additions of note. The seventh season of reality competition series "Alone" introduces a new set of contestants who will try and survive solo in the frigid Canadian Arctic. It drops on Netflix on June 7. Later in the month, you can catch up on Season 3 of The CW's reboot of witchy sibling drama "Charmed," which arrives June 19.

Those with kids, or who are still kids at heart, also have a few series to look forward to. June 1 sees the Netflix premiere of the cozy and colorful "CoComelon: A Sunny Day for Play," as well as Season 1 of the '90s animated series "The Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog."

June 1

Black Lightning: Season 4

CoComelon: A Sunny Day for Play

Happy Endings: Season 1

Happy Endings: Season 2

Happy Endings: Season 3

Seven Souls in the Skull Castle: Season Moon Jogen

Seven Souls in the Skull Castle: Season Moon Kagen

The Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog: Season 1

June 2

Alone: Season 7

Kim's Convenience: Season 5

June 9

L.A.'s Finest: LA's Finest: Season 2

June 15

Power Rangers Dino Fury: Season 1

June 19

Charmed: Season 3

Netflix has a bevvy of classic films ready to arrive in June

Netflix movie nights will be rocking in June. In the mood for a quality rom-com? The Oscar winning "Silver Linings Playbook" is available on June 17 and "What Women Want" drops on the first of the month. If you're looking for something a bit more thrilling, June 1 will also see the release of "Hannibal," which famously does not star Jodie Foster, and "Flightplan," which famously does. You can also get some western themed jolts on June 1 courtesy of the 19th century American frontier set horror-thriller "The Wind."

Why not a classic movie night? The Coen brothers' "The Big Lebowski," coming-of-age comedy "Stand By Me," and beloved family drama "The Joy Luck Club" are all available on June 1. Or perhaps you want a theme night that's a bit more specific. June 1 also sees the release of two works from Cameron Diaz's oeuvre, the uproarious "Bad Teacher" and tender "In Her Shoes."

If you're just looking for laughs, wait until the end of the month when the stand-up specials "George Lopez: Why You Crying?" and "Trevor Noah: Lost in Translation" drop on June 30.

June 1


American Outlaws

Bad Teacher

Black Holes | The Edge of All We Know

Cradle 2 the Grave



Fools Rush In


How I Became a Gangster

I Am Sam

In Her Shoes

La diosa del asfalto

Love Jones

Million Dollar Baby

Ninja Assassin

Pearl Harbor

Stand by Me

Starsky & Hutch

Streets of Fire


That Thing You Do!

The Best Man

The Big Lebowski

The Insider

The Joy Luck Club

The Wedding Guest

The Wind

What Women Want

June 7

Vampire Academy

June 10

A Haunted House 2

Camellia Sisters

June 13

Picture a Scientist

The Devil Below

June 15

Beyond Evil

Let's Eat

Life of Crime

June 16



June 17

Silver Linings Playbook

June 18

Gundam Mobile Suit: Movie I: Special Edition

Mobile Suit Gundam II: Soldiers of Sorrow

Mobile Suit Gundam III: Encounters in Space

Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack

June 24

The Seventh Day

June 28

Killing Them Softly

June 30

George Lopez: Why You Crying?

Lying and Stealing

Trevor Noah: Lost in Translation

Watch these movies and TV shows before they leave Netflix in June 2021

If there's something waiting in your queue, don't hesitate to hit play, because there are a lot of quality titles leaving Netflix in June. Prioritize checking out Season 6 of "Alone" and the canceled-too-soon NBC series "Hannibal," as they leave on June 1 and June 4, respectively. Also don't drag your feet finishing up that binge of sketch comedy phenomenon "Portlandia." All eight seasons will be packing up and moving on June 9.

The month also sees the departure of coming-of-age film "20th Century Women" on June 27 and the live-action adaptation "Bratz: The Movie" on June 28. June 30 is a veritable massacre of titles. The end of the month will see an end to the original two seasons of "Twin Peaks," the iconic musicals "Fiddler on the Roof" and "Moulin Rouge!," both "28 Days Later" and "28 Weeks Later," and all three "Back to the Future" movies.

That's a lot of great stuff leaving, but thankfully, Netflix has even more enjoyable new titles coming in June.

June 1

Mother Goose Club: Season 1

Mother Goose Club: Season 2

Alone: Season 6

June 4

Hannibal: Seasons 1, 2 and 3

June 6

Searching for Bobby Fischer

June 9

Portlandia: Seasons 1 through 8

June 17

Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers

June 21

Dark Skies

June 25

Supergirl: Season 3

June 26

The Secret Life of Pets 2

June 27

20th Century Women

Tales of the City (1993): Season 1

June 28

Bratz: The Movie

June 30

The Twilight Zone (Original Series): Seasons 1, 2, 3, and 5

Twin Peaks: Seasons 1 and 2

Tayo the Little Bus: Seasons 2 and 3

The Accountant of Auschwitz

A Bridge Too Far

Fiddler on the Roof


Supermarket Sweep: Season 1


Acts of Violence

From Paris with Love

30 Minutes or Less

Bonnie and Clyde

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs


Crazy, Stupid, Love


Jason X

Training Day

Two Weeks Notice

28 Days Later

28 Weeks Later


Moulin Rouge!

Picture Perfect

The Day After Tomorrow

The Roommate

When in Rome

Back to the Future

Back to the Future Part II

Back to the Future Part III

Enter the Dragon


The Land Before Time

The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure

Bad Teacher

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo