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New On Netflix: Everything New To Watch In June

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Netflix has a ton of new movies and shows arriving over the next few weeks, and every one of them is listed below. While Netflix is usually fairly good at recommending content based on your viewing habits, and social media is often good at bringing attention to new hidden gems, great shows and movies can still slip through the cracks.


For those new to Netflix, the popular streaming service no longer offers the option of a free trial which does mean new users will need to pick a plan and make the first payment when signing up. How much Netflix costs depends on a number of factors including the number of streams, whether you are willing to sit through ads, and the video quality that you are happy to watch at.

In general, plans range in price from $6.99 to $19.99 per month, and no matter which plan you sign up to, you still get access to all the newly added titles listed below.


Everything new on Netflix

Netflix has plenty of new movies and episodes arriving over the next few weeks and you can use the links below to narrow down the list.

New and noteworthy on Netflix

If in the mood for a movie, Extraction 2 lands on Netflix this month. Following on from the events of the first movie, highly skilled commando Tyler Rake is tasked with saving the imprisoned family of a ruthless gangster. Extraction 2 is available to stream from June 16 on Netflix. For those that haven’t seen the first movie, Extraction is also available to stream on Netflix.

If more in the mood for a show, The Witcher returns to Netflix in June. However, only half of the third third season is dropping with the release of part 1. Fans of the show will need to wait until the end of July to catch volume 2 and the remaining episodes. The Witcher, Season 3, Volume 1 is available to stream from June 29 on Netflix.


If the natural world sounds more appealing than the supernatural world then it might be worth checking out Our Planet II. Narrated by David Attenborough, this series offers viewers the option to experience Earth’s natural beauty and living creatures through innovative cinematography. Our Planet II is available to stream from June 14 on Netflix.

It is also worth noting that season 6 of Black Mirror is finally set to land on Netflix in June. The newest season will consist of five new stories, with the first set to become available to stream on June 15.

New movies on Netflix

There are plenty of new and older movies arriving on Netflix over the next few weeks. Here’s the full list:

June 1

  • A Beautiful Life
  • The Angry Birds Movie
  • The Breakfast Club
  • Bruce Almighty
  • The Choice
  • Dear John
  • Death at a Funeral
  • Dune (1984)
  • End of Days
  • Forever My Girl
  • Funny People
  • Groundhog Day
  • Hook
  • How High
  • The Italian Job (2003)
  • Jarhead
  • Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
  • Kicking & Screaming
  • The Kingdom
  • Magic Mike
  • Mean Girls
  • Mr. Peabody & Sherman
  • Nanny McPhee
  • Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang
  • The Ring
  • Spider-Man
  • Spider-Man 2
  • Spider-Man 3
  • Stuart Little
  • Stuart Little 2
  • Surf’s Up
  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day
  • To Leslie
  • We’re the Millers

June 2

  • Missed Connections
  • Rich in Love 2

June 5

  • Barracuda Queens
  • Living

June 9

  • A Lot like Love
  • The Wonder Weeks
  • You Do You

June 12

  • Dunkirk

June 16

  • Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King
  • Extraction 2

June 19

  • My Little Pony: The Movie
  • Take Care of Maya

June 23

  • iNumber Number: Jozi Gold
  • King of Clones
  • Make Me Believe
  • The Perfect Find
  • Through My Window: Across the Sea

June 26

  • The Imitation Game

June 28

  • Eldorado: Everything the Nazis Hate
  • Run Rabbit Run

June 30

  • Nimona

New shows on Netflix

There are plenty of new episodes and seasons as well as older shows arriving on Netflix over the next few weeks. Here’s the full list:


June 1

  • The Days
  • LEGO Ninjago: Dragons Rising
  • The Mick – Seasons 1-2
  • Muster Dogs

June 2

  • Manifest – Season 4, Part 2
  • Scoop
  • Valeria – Season 3

June 5

  • Barracuda Queens
  • Ben 10 – Seasons 1-4

June 6

  • My Little Pony: Make Your Mark: Chapter 4

June 7

  • Arnold
  • Love Is Blind: Brazil, Season 3

June 8

  • Never Have I Ever – Season 4
  • Tour de France: Unchained

June 9

  • Bloodhounds
  • Human Resources – Season 2
  • The Playing Card Killer
  • Tex Mex Motors
  • This World Can’t Tear Me Down

June 12

  • Tom and Jerry Tales, Seasons 1-2

June 13

  • Amy Schumer: Emergency Contact

June 14

  • Forged in Fire – Season 8
  • Married at First Sight – Season 13
  • Our Planet II
  • The Surrogacy

June 15

  • Black Mirror – Season 6
  • Cold Case Files -Season 2

June 17

  • Grey’s Anatomy – Season 19
  • King the Land
  • See You in My 19th Life
  • Suits – Seasons 1-8

June 19

  • Not Quite Narwhal

June 20

  • 85 South: Ghetto Legends

June 21

  • Break Point – Part 2
  • The UnXplained with William Shatner – Season 2

June 22

  • Glamorous
  • Let’s Get Divorced
  • Skull Island
  • Sleeping Dog

June 23

  • Catching Killers – Season 3
  • Pokémon Ultimate Journeys: The Series, Part 3

June 28

  • Hoarders – Season 13
  • Muscles & Mayhem: An Unauthorized Story of American Gladiators

June 29

  • Ōoku: The Inner Chambers
  • The Witcher – Season 3, Volume 1

June 30

  • Alone – Season 9
  • Is It Cake, Too?!
  • Tayo the Little Bus – Season 5
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