It may not officially be summer yet, but you can feel it in the air, in the water, and in the upcoming offerings at both theaters and on Netflix. If you don't believe us, you can see the proof of such bold claims in the list of incoming titles to the subscription streaming service this June. Child and parent alike are going to be pleased, as summer vacation will begin soon enough, and there's plenty of titles heading to the streaming platform for family movie nights, rainy days, and backyard projector parties.
Should June's offerings run dry quickly for you, you can look back on what headed to Netflix this month, through May's listings. Other than that, keep in mind that these titles are subject to change, so feel free to bookmark this page for any updates.
Week of June 1st
1 Night (2016) - June 1
Week of June 4th
TURN: Washington's Spies: Season 3 (2016) - June 4
Week of June 11th
Oh, Hello On Broadway - NETFLIX ORIGINAL - June 13
Week of June 18th
Shooter: Season 1 (2016) - June 18
Week of June 25th
No Escape (2015) - June 26
Parents, your kids are going to love you, as two heavy hitting kids titles are coming to Netflix this month. Both Disney's Moana and Dreamworks' Trolls are going to drop on the platform, just in time for them to engage in some summer homework and memorize each song for those two movies. You're welcome! But don't think that it's all gone to the kids in June, as former blockbusters like The Sixth Sense and classics like Young Frankenstein are both inbound as well.
Don't fret, TV fans! You're going to get to share in the bounty of Netflix this month, as the latest season of your favorite shows are all pulling into port. Comic fans will be able to partake in both Arrow's fifth season and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D's fourth season, as they drop during the month of June. Though fans of ABC's Thursday night lineup will be pleased to see both Grey's Anatomy and Scandal joining in on the fun as well.
Last, and certainly not least, Netflix's original programming looks swell this month. This ring twice as much if you're a Jenji Kohan fan, since not only is Orange Is The New Black coming back for its fifth anticipated season, but GLOW is starting up as well. Though if you're looking more at the movie side of the house, the "controversial" Cannes pick, Okja will debut on the streaming platform, not too long after it made some noise for its distribution strategy at the famed film festival. Suffice it to say that June is a pretty good month for content, and there's clearly not a moment to spare to get in on all the excitement!