It’s crazy to imagine that we’re already halfway through 2021, and the list of new movies and TV shows coming to Netflix this June gives us a lot to look forward to this month.
This month’s new releases on Netflix include a packed list of exciting movies – both Netflix originals and beloved classics – as well as highly anticipated television shows for viewers to enjoy throughout summertime.
Among the anticipated new movies and TV shows coming to Netflix are Kevin Hart’s drama “Fatherhood,” new episodes of the hit French series “Lupin,” and the second season of the popular reality show “Too Hot To Handle.”
“Fatherhood,” originally set to be released theatrically by Sony, sees Hart play a man having to raise his newborn on his own following the unexpected death of his wife. Netflix presents the film alongside Barack and Michelle Obama’s production company, “Higher Ground Productions.” The drama, directed by Paul Weitz (“American Pie,” “Little Fockers”), is based on the book “Two Kisses for Maddy” by Matthew Logelin. Other actors set to star in “Fatherhood” include Lil Rel Howery, DeWanda Wise, Alfre Woodard, Anthony Carrigan, Paul Reiser and Melody Hurd. The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the postponement of the movie’s release before Sony decided to sell it to Netflix. “Fatherhood” will be available on Netflix from June 18.
Netflix is also releasing a heap of classical movies to its library, including: “The Big Lebowski,” “The Best Man,” “Fools Rush In,” “I Am Sam,” “Bad Teacher,” “Love Jones,” “Silver Linings Playbook,” “What Women Want,” “Stand by Me,” “Swordfish” and “Million Dollar Baby.”
Netflix is not compromising on the television side this month either. The second season of the hit French Netflix series “Lupin” is all set to start streaming from June 11 onward. The first season’s mere five episodes broke records being viewed by over 70 million Netflix subscribers in the first month. Netflix is also releasing the fourth season of the highly anticipated Spanish series “Elite,” which is set to stream from June 18. In anticipation for the fourth season, Netflix is also releasing “Elite Short Stories” for each prominent character in the show from June 14 to generate hype.
Netflix has dabbled in the reality show business since last year, hosting a variety of shows like “Love Is Blind,” “Terrace House” and “The Circle” among many others. However, none of these blew up like “Too Hot To Handle.” Set to premiere on June 23, fans from the first season of “Too Hot To Handle” are in for a treat with the upcoming season.
Other releases include the final season of the Canadian sitcom “Kim’s Convenience,” the fifth season of “Workin’ Moms” and the Bad Boys spinoff series “L.A.’s Finest,” starring Jessica Alba and Gabrielle Union.
Netflix also has several foreign titles releasing in June, ranging worldwide from Spain to Japan to India. Indian megastar Dhanush’s highly anticipated upcoming film “Jagame Thandhiram” is all set to premiere on Netflix on June 18. The trailer for the film, which dropped this week, has already amassed over 4 million views within the first 24 hours of its release.
See the complete list of new movies and TV shows coming to Netflix this June below.
“The Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog: Season 1”
“The Best Man”
“The Big Lebowski”
“Black Holes | The Edge of All We Know”
“CoComelon: A Sunny Day for Play”
“Cradle 2 the Grave”
“Fools Rush In”
“Happy Endings: Seasons 1-3”
“I Am Sam”
“Million Dollar Baby”
“Seven Souls in the Skull Castle: Season Moon Jogen”
“Seven Souls in the Skull Castle: Season Moon Kagen”
“Stand by Me”
“Starsky & Hutch”
“Streets of Fire”
“Super Monsters: Once Upon a Rhyme”
“The Wedding Guest”
“What Women Want”
“Alone: Season 7”
“Kim’s Convenience: Season 5”
“Alan Saldaña: Locked Up”
“Creator’s File: GOLD”
“Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie: Part 1 / Part 2”
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