News from Netflix in June 2020
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News from Netflix in June 2020

Welcome to a preview of what's coming to Netflix during June 2020 in the United States. This list will be updated slowly over time, as we learn about new titles that should secure our subscriptions in the U.S.

For a more expanded view of the biggest Netflix originals released in June, you can find a dedicated preview here. We also have other regional views coming soon.

You can also find regional listings here at What's on Netflix, where we currently cover what's coming to the UK in June.

Note: this list is populated over time. We expect Netflix to release a more complete list of titles between May 19 and 22.


TBD June release dates

  • Dark (season 3) N – Dark is almost confirmed to arrive on Netflix on June 27th, but we will continue here, in case it doesn't happen!

What will come to Netflix on June 1st

  • Act of bravery (2012) – Military action thriller directed by Mike McCoy and Scott Waugh.
  • All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989) – Cult classic animated film by Don Bluth.
  • Bears of Bad News (2005) – Comedy sports film with Billy Bob Thornton.
  • Cape Fear – It is not clear which version at the moment.
  • Casper (1995) – The friendly ghost comeback comes to Netflix in this classic 90s movie.

  • Sakura Cardcaptor (Season 1 and 2) – Anime fantasy series that will reach the point of nostalgia for millions!
  • Clueless (1995) – 90s romantic comedy.
  • Cocomelon (first season) – Animated series for children.
  • Dear friends (Season 1) – South Korea's comedy series about older generations living in their twilight years.
  • E.T.The Extra-Terrestrial (1982) – Spielberg classic
  • Juwanna Mann (2002) – Rom-com by Jesse Vaughan about a basketball star who is fired from the NBA.
  • Inside the Man (2006) – Comedy drama by Spike Lee, starring Denzel Washington.
  • Lust, Care (2007)
  • Midnight Diner (New Season) – The excellent Japanese drama returns for another tour.
  • Observe and report (2009) – Seth Rogen's police comedy, directed by Jody Hill
  • My Shy Boss (Season 1) – K-drama comedy series about the head of a public relations firm who is extremely shy.
  • Priest (2011) – Horror thriller starring Maggie Q about a priest hunting vampires.

  • Revolutionary Love (Season 1) – K-drama series rom-com.
  • Star Troops (1997) – Science fiction set in the future with humans fighting alien insects.
  • The Boy (2016) – Horror by William Brent Ball, where a childhood doll comes to life.
  • The Car (1977) – Cult cult horror of the late 70s about car owned.
  • The Artist of Disaster (2017) – A24 biopic on the production and premiere of the infamous film The Room.
  • The Curator (2017) – Family comedy drama about a young man who is given the power to heal.

  • The Help (2011) – Emma Stone and Viola Davis appear in this Oscar-winning drama about a young writer who broke the status quo during the 1960s.
  • The Queen (2006) – Biopic, where Helen Mirren plays Queen Elizabeth II.
  • The Show (2017) – Suspense, starring Josh Duhamel, where a reality show becomes a game in which participants begin to end their lives for the amusement of the audience.
  • The Silence of the Lambs (1991) – The multi-Oscar-winning thriller starring Anthony Hopkins returns to Netflix.
  • The Stolen (2017) – Action and adventure film about a woman looking for her kidnapped son in the Wild West.

  • Twister (1996) – Classic cult about advanced storm chasers.
  • Walk hard: the Dewey Cox story (2007) – John C. Reilly plays the singer who becomes a musical legend.
  • V for Vendetta (2005) – Warner Brothers' distinguished science fiction title Wachowski Brothers.
  • History of the West Side (1961) – The cult cult classic.
  • You don't mess with Zohan (2008) – Adam Sandler comedy
  • Zodiac (2007) – Robert Downy Jr's excellent mystery thriller, set in San Francisco in the 1960s.

What will come to Netflix on June 2

  • Alone (Season 6) – The reality show on the history channel, where survival experts face the elements on their own.

  • Fuller House (Season 5b) N – The Tanner family's final farewell season. Comedy comedy.
  • Garth Brooks: The Way I Am (Season 1) – Docu series on Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood.
  • True: Rainbow Rescue (2020) N – Another special for the children's animated series.

What will come to Netflix on June 3

  • Lady Bird (2017) – A24 and Greta Gerwig, three years ago, bought Lady Bird, nominated for a multi-Oscar, on our screens. The comedy starring Saoirse Ronan is about 17 years old, growing up in California.

  • Killing Gunther (2017) – High-risk comedy action starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Taran Killam
  • Spelling the Dream (2020) N – High-risk documentary about spelling and how Native Americans are winning.

What will come to Netflix on June 4

  • Baki (Season 2 – Part 3) N – The next batch of episodes from the anime fighting series.
  • Can you hear me? / M'entends-tu? (Season 1) N – Canadian series about three friends living dysfunctional lives.

What will come to Netflix on June 5

  • 13 Reasons why (Season 4) N – The final part of the Netflix program that started off strong and came out on a wild tangent.
  • Locked: Pasai Bolta Hai (2020) N – Hindi film about a bank employee who has limited prospects and finds a way to make a lot of money.
  • Hannibal (Stations 1-3) – Every season of the NBC epic series hits Netflix in the U.S.
  • Queer Eye (Season 5) N – More reforms of Fab 5.
  • The Last Days of American Crime (2020) N – Suspense based on the comic book series of the same name.


What will come to Netflix on June 6

  • Queen of the South (Season 4) – The last entry in the USA Network's Breaking Bad-esque series.
  • The Night Clerk (2020) – Michael Cristofer writes and directs this criminal drama starring Ana de Armas and Tye Sheridan about a hotel employee who is the target of a murder investigation.


What will come to Netflix on June 7

  • 365 Days (2020) – Polish romantic drama that is essentially the country equivalent to 50 shades of gray.

What will come to Netflix on June 8

  • Before I Fall (2017) – Mystery film that sees a girl reliving the same day several times in hopes of finding out how she died.


What will come to Netflix on June 10

  • Lenox Hill (Season 1) N – Docu series at the New York hospital.
  • Intermediate men (2009) – Geoge Gallo's comedy drama about Jack Harris, one of the pioneers of online commerce.
  • My Mister (Season 1) – family drama in South Korea.
  • Reality Z (Season 1) N – Zombie horror series in Brazil.

What will arrive on Netflix on June 11

  • Pose (Season 2) – FX's spectacular LGBTQ series returns.

What will arrive on Netflix on June 12

  • Da 5 Bloods (2020) N – The next Netflix movie by the legendary director, Spike Lee.
  • Dating (Season 2) N – Next entry in the dating reality series.
  • F is for Family (Season 4) N – Last series of the animated title by Michael Price, starring Bill Burr.
  • Jo Koy: In Your Elements (2020) N – Philippine-American comic stand-up special.
  • Kipo and the Age of Wonders (Season 2) N – The next set of episodes in the beautifully animated children's series about a girl sailing the world after an apocalyptic event.
  • One Piece (Seasons 1-3) – All anime series available on Netflix prior to Netflix live reboot.
  • NDG Documentaries – a selection of French sports documentary focused on extreme sports:
    • Addicted to life
    • Do not crack under pressure
    • Do not break under pressure II
    • Do not break under pressure III
    • Magnetic
  • ONE PIECE (multiple stations) – Every season of the anime series ONE PIECE.
  • Pokemon: Journeys (New Season) N – New Pokemon series exclusively on Netflix.
  • The Research / History of a Crime (Limited Series) N – Spanish series based on the real story of a kidnapping in Mexico City.
  • The Woods (season 1) N – Polish suspense series

What will arrive on Netflix on June 13

  • Alexa and Katie (third season) N – Final season of teen comedy.
  • How to Escape from Murder (Season 6) – The final season of the ABC series by Shonda Rhimes.

What will come to Netflix on June 14

  • Marcella (third season) N – British crime series.


What will arrive on Netflix on June 15

  • Underdogs (2013) – Animation film for children.

What will arrive on Netflix on June 16

  • Baby Mama (2008) – Tina Fey and Amy Poehler comedy.
  • Charlie St. Cloud (2010) – Zac Efron's romantic drama.
  • Frost / Nixon (2008) – The incredible biopic starring Frank Langella and Michael Sheen in the now world-famous interview, directed by Ron Howard and nominated for five Oscars.

  • The Darkness (2016) – Kevin Bacon, horror thriller about a family returning from the Grand Canyon with an evil supernatural presence.

What will arrive on Netflix on June 17

  • An evening with Beverly Luff Linn (2018) – Jim Hosking's criminal comedy film, starring Aubrey Plaza.
  • Mr. Iglesias (Part 2) N – Comedy series starring Gabriel Iglesias as a high school teacher.

What will come to Netflix on June 18

  • A Mustache Out (2020) N – Anime fantasy film.
  • The Order (Season 2) N – The teen fantasy and horror series returns for its second season.

What will arrive on Netflix on June 19

  • Babies (second season) N – Next part of the docu series, about how babies develop.
  • Father Soldier Son (2020) N – New York Times documentary after a 10-year military family.
  • Feel the beat (2020) N – Family film with Sofia Carson about a young band of misfits training for a great dance competition.
  • Floor is Lava (Season 1) N – New reality series in which participants do whatever it takes to not touch the floor.
  • A Path to Tomorrow (2020) N – New Turkish romance film.
  • The politician (season 2) N – The next season of the Ryan Murphy series, where Payton will be running for a real job with his crack team.
  • Wasp Network (2020) N – Film based on the true story of Cuban spies who infiltrate groups of exiles to stop terrorists.

What will come to Netflix on June 21

  • Goldie (2019) – Sam de Jong's drama in a teenager who opposes the system.

What's coming to Netflix on June 22

  • Dark Sky (2013) – Scott Stewart's horror of a family that realizes something is coming for them.

What will arrive on Netflix on June 23

  • Eric Andre: Legalize Everything (2020) N – Special stand-up of the provocateur

What will arrive on Netflix on June 24

  • Athlete A (2020) N – Documentary that analyzes the reporters who told the US gymnastics team the story of Larry Nassar's abuse.
  • Crazy Delicious (Season 1) N – New series of documents on food.

What will come to Netflix on June 26

  • Eurovision Song Contest: The Fire History Saga (2020) N – Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams appear in this comedy based on the singing contest.


What will arrive on Netflix on June 29

  • Bratz: The Movie (2007) – The live action film of children's dolls.

What will arrive on Netflix on June 30

  • BNA (Season 1) N – Anime series
  • George Lopez: We will do it in half (2020) N – George Lopez's stand-up debut on Netflix.

What are you looking forward to watching on Netflix in June? Let us know in the comments.

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