This month, your streaming service will be bulked up by second seasons, classic films and new releases, guaranteed to keep you glued to your sofa.
Here’s our roundup of what’s coming to the Netflix UK in June.
Black Mirror Season 5
Charlie Brooker’s nightmarish portrayal of technology returns to screens in June, bringing back with it stories that are certain to make you want to throw your smartphone out of the window.
This year’s season includes appearances from Andrew Scott, Damson Idris, and popstar Miley Cyrus.
Blue Planet 2
The second part of David Attenborough’s eye-opening series about our beautiful earth and the creatures that inhabit it will be available for streaming on Netflix from 10 June.
Jessica Jones season 3
Everyone’s favourite super-private-detective Jessica Jones is back for a third season, presumably with another stand out performance from Krysten Ritter.
The return of the Marvel series will see Jones taking on Hell’s Kitchen’s most sinister villains, possibly with the help of some friend’s from the wider Marvel universe.
Arnie fans are in for a treat this month, as the all-time sci-fi classic The Terminator will be released on the streaming service this month.
The Confessions Tapes Season 2
The second season of Netflix’s true crime documentary series has finally arrived, after futher cementing Netflix as the “leading purveyor of non-fiction true-crime TV.” – according to The Daily Beast.
The first season chilled viewers with six stories of possibly false confessions that led to convictions, and this season promises more of the same.
The eighth Rocky film comes to Netflix this month, bringing with it brilliant performances by Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone and Tessa Thompson.
Glee The Complete Series
The hugely successful musical series Glee comes and singing and dancing onto the small screen on 30th June.
Happy Season 2
Despicable Me 3
The Chef Show
The Black Godfather
Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story By Martin Scorsese
The Missing Season 3
Dark Season 2
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