Here's Everything Coming To UK Netflix In June


Yes, June brings the official start of summer...but what if it rains all the time, or your hayfever starts playing up, or you just don't fancy fighting for a quiet spot in the park?

Thankfully, Netflix is giving us some exciting original content this month, including the new season of Black Mirror featuring Fleabag 's Sexy Priest, the last ever season of Marvel's Jessica Jones, and Tales of the City, a super inclusive miniseries adapted from a seminal series of LGBTQ-themed novels.

Every single episode of Glee is coming to Netflix, too, along with the BBC's breathtaking marine life documentary series Blue Planet II and Spider-Man: Homecoming starring Tom Holland and Zendaya.

Oh, and Jennifer Aniston fans can catch her in the Netflix original movie Murder Mystery and the super watchable black comedy Horrible Bosses, in which she plays a character who's a long, long way from Friends ' Rachel Green.

Click through to see the key new titles – and their release dates – on Netflix UK this June.

Beats (2019)

This Netflix original film is a coming-of-age drama about an agoraphobic musical prodigy who teams up with a former music manager who has fallen on hard times. Anthony Anderson ( Black-ish) and Uzo Aduba ( Orange Is The New Black) lead the cast.

Available 19th June

Exhibit A (2019)

This Netflix original documentary series sounds fascinating and unnerving at the same time. It's all about people who've been wrongfully convicted of crimes using dubious forensic evidence techniques.

Available 28th June

Tales of the City (2019)

A new miniseries based on Armistead Maupin's beloved novels about a diverse group of mainly LGBTQ characters living in San Francisco. Original '90s Tales of the City cast members Laura Linney and Olympia Dukakis return, joined by newbies including Ellen Page and Zosia Mamet.

Available 7th June

Blue Planet II (2017)

This BBC nature documentary series about marine life is very beautiful, and very moving. The always comforting Sir David Attenborough narrates and presents.

Available 10th June

Designated Survivor (2019)

The hit US drama series starring Kiefer Sutherland returns for a third season. He plays a low-level Cabinet member who unexpectedly became president after a catastrophic attack killed everyone above him in the line of succession.

Available 7th June

Glee: The Complete Series(2009-2015)

Don't stop believin'! All 121 episodes of Glee are coming to Netflix. Yep, this year marks the show's 10th anniversary...

Available 30th June

Horrible Bosses(2011)

Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis play put-upon employees who team up to exact revenge on their overbearing bosses in this entertaining black comedy movie. Playing against type, Jennifer Aniston is on scene-stealing form as one of the "horrible bosses" in question.

Available 1st June

I Am Mother (2019)

This Netflix original sci-fi movie won mostly positive reviews at Sundance. Newcomer Clara Rugaard plays a girl raised underground in a dystopian future who begins to question her robot mother (Rose Byrne) when a mysterious blood-drenched woman (Hilary Swank) arrives at their home.

Available 7th June

Jinn (2019)

According to Netflix, this Arabic-language original series "follows a group of teenagers whose lives are disrupted when a spiritual figure appears in front of them in the ancient city of Petra". There are only five episodes, so it could make a perfect weekend binge-watch.

Available 13th June

Little Fockers(2010)

Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro return in the third and most recent Meet the Parents movie, joined by Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand.

Available 1st June

Twelve Forever (2019)

A Netflix original kids' series about a 12-year-old girl who never has to grow up.

Available 28th June

Murder Mystery (2019)

In this Netflix original movie, Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler play an ordinary New York couple who are unexpectedly invited to a billionaire's birthday party, then find themselves prime suspects when he's murdered. Luke Evans, Gemma Arterton and David Walliams co-star.

Available 14th June

Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol(2011)

Tom Cruise is joined by Paula Patton, Léa Seydoux and Simon Pegg in this action-packed spy sequel.

Available 30th June

Jessica Jones (2019)

The third and final (boo!) season of the Netflix original series about a badass former superhero (Krysten Ritter) who runs her own detective agency.

Launch date TBC

Pachamama (2019)

Exclusive to Netflix, this acclaimed computer-animated movie features imagery inspired by pre-Colombian cultures.

Available 7th June

Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese(2019)

Legendary director Martin Scorsese helms this Netflix original documentary film about Bob Dylan's famous 'Rolling Thunder Revue' tour of 1975-6.

Available 11th June


Samuel L. Jackson returns in a pretty belated sequel to the 2000 Shaft movie, joined by newcomers Regina Hall, Alexandra Shipp and Jesse Usher. You can bet that theme tune will sound as amazing as ever.

Available 28th June

RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars

This spin-off series gives popular contestants from past Drag Race competitions the opportunity to "lip-sync for their legacy". As you'd expect, the standard of drag is super high, and plenty of tea tends to get spilled.

Launch date TBC

Snatch (2000)

Brad Pitt, Jason Statham and Line of Duty 's Stephen Graham star in a London-set crime caper from Guy Ritchie.

Available 1st June

Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)

Tom Holland and Zendaya star in Marvel's hit Spider-Man reboot, which has more of a teen movie vibe than the Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield versions.

Available 3rd June

Black Mirror (2019)

Season five of Charlie Brooker's ingenious, genre-busting drama series features three new episodes: one starring Miley Cyrus, one starring Avengers ' Anthony Mackie, and one starring Andrew Scott – aka Fleabag 's Sexy Priest. Having watched the trailer, we are very, very excited.

Available 5th June

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