TOP streaming releases in June

TOP streaming releases in June

The premiere update has long been awaited by the public that loves the content of streaming services. June is going to be a busy month full of news, especially on Netflix. The advantage of browsing the list is that you can get a better idea of ​​all the titles so you can choose the ones you like the most.

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See the full list of this month’s streaming releases below.


Borgen: Kingdom, Power and Glory – Season 1 (June 2)

The Danish production depicts a conflict of interest in oil exploration in the Arctic region.

Peaky Blinders: Blood, Stakes & Razors – Season 6 (June 10)

Tommy starts selling opium and Shelby faces another family crisis in a new phase of the series that delves into the detective’s life.

Iron Chef: In Search of a Legend (June 15)

A culinary competition in which participants compete for the golden knife and the title of the best chef.

God’s Favorite Idiot – Season 1 (June 15)

The comedy with Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone tells the story of two lovers and their funny dialogues when one of them becomes God’s helper.

Love and Anarchy – Season 2 (June 16)

Sophie continues to take risks to escape from a life she doesn’t identify with, severing her relationship.

The Umbrella Academy – Season 3 (June 23)

A group with superpowers will now face the Sparrow Academy on a challenging mission, seeking to save the world from the menace of the villains that once tried to destroy humanity.

Man vs. the Bee: The Battle – Season 1 (June 24)

Rowan Atkinson, who played Mr. Now Bean is in charge of looking after the house until a bee interferes with his work.

La Casa de Papel: Korea – Season 1 (June 24)

The Korean remake of “La Casa de Papel” promises strong emotions, following the aesthetics of the famous series that captivated the youth.


Yuri Marsal: Ledo Engano (June 2)

Youtuber and comedian Yuri Marsal put together a series of presentations covering race, religion, everyday life and other controversial topics.

Interceptor (June 3)

A woman survives the attack, but is trapped in a missile launch area and her only alternative to survival is to try to escape without being recognized.

Shooting High (June 8)

A basketball scout finds a player who has potential but has to face a number of challenges in order to grow in his career. In the production, the main characters are Queen Latifah and Adam Sandler.

Jennifer Lopez: Break (June 14)

A cinematic biography of one of the greatest pop singers, showing the behind the scenes and obstacles on the way to the top of her career.

Spider Head (June 17)

Based on the short story “Spider Head Escape”, the film is about a prison that was experimented on human guinea pigs, including drug manipulation.

The Toronto Man (June 24)

A sales assistant and a serial killer cross paths and their personalities change. So they start working together to survive the chaos without anyone noticing the crash.


The Boys – Season 3 (June 3)

The butcher works for the government and deals with the story of one of the members of a group of heroes who do not use their powers in a positive way.

Chloe (June 24)

Becky Green is obsessed with following the life of a familiar, but when she dies, she decides to take on a new identity in order to understand what happened.


The Summer That Changed My Life (June 17)

A teenager falls in love with two brothers and, with a divided heart, faces the passions of youth, asking himself what is the best solution.


Irma Vip – Season 1 (June 6)

The actress is unhappy with the role she has been given, but is surprised to find that their personalities are mixing, leading to an identity crisis.

Amsterdam – Season 1 (June 9)

A couple living on the streets of Amsterdam decides to get a dog with the same name, which will change their lives forever.

Westworld – Season 4 (June 26)

In science fiction, creatures from another planet are shown who begin to fight people, believing them to be a threat.


Father of the bride (June 16)

Inspired by the 1991 film of the same name, two families must cope with cultural differences between Cuba and the United States in order to agree to their children’s marriage.


RS. Marvel – Season 1 (June 8)

The 16-year-old is an Avengers fan, and her life as a gamer, writer, and artist brings her closer to this fantasy world. However, after gaining superpowers, he discovers that the life of a superhero is not so easy.


Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (June 22)

The multiverse created by Marvel now showcases different versions of Spider-Man in multiple parallel reality showcases where Dr. Strange will have to face his biggest fears.

Uprising (June 24)

Biography of one of the biggest NBA openings in recent memory, Giannis Antetokounpo and his two brothers seeking financial stability in Greece to get into the world’s biggest basketball league.


Orville – Season 3 (June 2)

Orville’s ship returns with the hope that Captain Ed Mercer on board will return safely.

Love, Victor – Season 3 (June 2)

The final season of the series shows how Victor will deal with graduating from high school and starting a new phase.

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