What to watch on Netflix this June

Here are some of the highlights that you should not miss this month.

We’re now closing in on the first half of the year. This June, Netflix has a lot in store for you. Whether it’s sci-fi, drama, comedy, or anime, this month has something for you.

June’s top pick of the month is Bridgerton: Season 3 Part 2. There are four episodes in Part 2, which brings the season’s total count to eight. Expect the season to focus on Penelope Featherington (aka Lady Whistledown) and Colin Bridgerton’s relationship, as well as some closure for the other characters’ stories.

This month also brings the comedy Hit Man, the animation Ultraman: Rising, the final chapter of Sweet Tooth, and more.

Here are some of the highlights that you should not miss.

Top Pick of the Month

Bridgerton Season 3 Part 2
Bridgerton Season 3 Part 2

Bridgerton: Season 3 Part 2 (Series) – June 13

As a new crop of debutantes yearns to become the brightest of the ball, a wallflower with a double life finds her light amid secrets and surprises.


  • Under Paris (Film) – June 5
    Sophia, a brilliant scientist, comes to know that a large shark is swimming deep in the river.
  • Hierarchy (Series) – June 7
    The top 0.01% of students control law and order at Jooshin High School, but a secretive transfer student chips a crack in their indomitable world.
  • Hit Man (Film) – June 7
    Sparks fly between a fake hitman (Glen Powell) and his potential client (Adria Arjona) in Richard Linklater’s noir comedy inspired by a wild true story.
  • Joko Anwar’s Nightmares and Daydreams (Series) – June 14
    Tales of supernatural sci-fi phenomena unfold in this collection of seven mind-bending stories imagined by writer-director Joko Anwar.

For Kids

Sweet Tooth
Sweet Tooth
  • Too Old for Fairy Tales 2 (K&F Film) – June 1
    After his mother’s new boyfriend moves in, Waldek embarks on a daring journey through the Tatra mountains to find the father he’s never met.
  • Sweet Tooth: Season 3 (Series) – June 6
    In this final chapter, Gus and his friends embark on a harrowing journey in hopes of curing the Sick — and finally discovering the truth about hybrids.
  • Ultraman: Rising (K&F FIlm) – June 14
    A star athlete reluctantly returns home to take over his father’s duties as Ultraman, shielding Tokyo from giant monsters as he becomes a legendary hero.
  • Kleks Academy (K&F Film) – June 19
    To find her missing father, a seemingly ordinary girl accepts an invitation to attend a magical academy run by an eccentric teacher named Mr. Kleks.


  • Penduko (Film) – June 7
    Hoping to profit from his occult gifts, a mystic joins a shadowy society and must confront his own darkness as he finds his place in the underworld.
  • Mallari (Film) – June 21
    A doctor scours his family’s occult history for a way to prevent his fiancee’s death, only to find secrets that link to a series of 19th-century murders.
  • GG (Good Game) (Film) – June 26
    In a bid to turn pro, a young gamer risks everything to mold his team of amateurs into esports champions as he comes to terms with his grief.


  • Basma (Film) – June 6
    A young Saudi woman studying abroad returns to Jeddah, where she learns that her family has been shielding her from difficult truths.
  • Doctor Climax (Series) – June 13
    In 1970s Thailand, a dermatologist unexpectedly starts a mass sexual awakening after becoming Doctor Climax, a taboo-defying newspaper columnist.
  • Agents of Mystery (Series) – June 18
    Six “agents of mystery” with excellent chemistry probe into bizarre incidents that cannot be explained by science in creative and unique ways.
  • Black Barbie (Documentary) – June 19
    Discover the untold story of the first Black Barbie and the pivotal role three trailblazing women at Mattel had in creating a doll who looked like them.
  • The Victims’ Game: Season 2 (Series) – June 21
    Just as Fang Yi-jen prepares to start a new life with his daughter, he gets entangled in a murder case and becomes a prime suspect.
  • Trigger Warning (Film) – June 21
    A Special Forces commando (Jessica Alba) takes ownership of her father’s bar after his sudden death, only to find herself at odds with a violent gang running rampant in her hometown.
  • Worst Roommate Ever: Season 2 (Documentary) – June 26
    Roommate wanted? Desperation leads to danger — and even death — in one’s own home as real-life nightmares of con artists, criminals and killers unfold.
  • Drawing Closer (Film) – June 27
    With only a year left to live, 17-year-old Akito finds new meaning in life by bringing joy to a terminally ill girl who has just six months remaining.
  • A Family Affair (Film) – June 28
    A young woman (Joey King) feels caught in the middle when sparks fly between her movie star boss (Zac Efron) and her widowed mom (Nicole Kidman).

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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