What’s Coming to Netflix in June 2020
Welcome to your complete look at what’s coming to Netflix throughout the month of June 2020 in the United States. This list will be updated slowly over time as we learn of new titles that are due to grace our subscriptions throughout the month
For a more expanded preview of the biggest Netflix Originals coming in June, you can find a dedicated preview here. We also have other regional coming soon previews coming up soon too.
You can also find regional lists here on What’s on Netflix where we’re currently covering what’s coming in June to the UK.
Note: this list is filled out over time. Netflix has released its full list which we’ve added below but we’ll be updating every other day with new titles that get announced.
- Mystic Pop-up Bar (Season 1) N – New episodes Wednesday
- Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj (Volume 6) N – New episodes Sunday
- It’s Okay to Not Be Okay (Season 1) N – New episodes Saturdays
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 1st
Note: in total, over 50 movies and series hit Netflix US on June 1st. Full list here.
- 122 (2019) – Horror from Egypt where people are trying to escape a hospital.
- Act of Valor (2012) – Military action thriller directed by Mike McCoy and Scott Waugh.
- All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989) – Cult classic animated movie from Don Bluth.
- Bad News Bears (2005) – Comedy sports movie featuring Billy Bob Thornton.
- Cape Fear – Unclear which version at the moment.
- Casper (1995) – The friendly ghost returns comes to Netflix in this classic 90s flick.
- Cardcaptor Sakura (Season 1 & 2) – Anime fantasy series that will hit the nostalgia spot for millions!
- Clueless (1995) – 90s romantic comedy.
- Cocomelon (Season 1) – Animated series for toddlers.
- Cook Off (2017) – Comedy romance indie flick about a single mother entered into a reality TV show.
Zimbabwean film @CookOffZim will premiere on Netflix on the 1st of June 2020, becoming the first independent Zimbabwean film to be acquired by Netflix.
The rom-com is a story of a single mother who enters a reality cooking show competing with professional chefs. #CookOffZim pic.twitter.com/4Xgddd25hL
— PopPulse (@PopPulseSA) May 24, 2020
- Dear My Friends (Season 1) – Comedy series from South Korea about older generations living in their twilight years.
- E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) – Spielberg classic
- Juwanna Mann (2002) – Rom-com from Jesse Vaughan about a basketball star who is fired from the NBA.
- Inside Man (2006) – Comedy-drama from Spike Lee starring Denzel Washington.
- Kalek Shanab (2019) – Arabic comedy.
- Lust, Caution (2007) – Mandarin movie about a young woman during WWII.
- Midnight Diner (New Season) – The excellent Japanese drama returns for another outing.
- Mirai (2018) – Studio Ghibli-esque anime feature.
Netflix US may not be getting Studio Ghibli content but it is getting the excellent Mirai added on June 1st! (via @NXOnNetflix) pic.twitter.com/hjCwCFR9N6
— What's on Netflix (@whatonnetflix) May 24, 2020
- Observe and Report (2009) – Seth Rogen cop comedy directed by Jody Hill
- My Shy Boss (Season 1) – K-drama comedy series about the boss of a PR company who is extremely shy.
- Our House (2018) – Horror about a tech genius inventing a device that increases paranormal activity.
- Priest (2011) – Horror thriller starring Maggie Q about a priest hunting down vampires.
- Rememory (2017) – Peter Dinklage stars in this sci-fi mystery.
- Revolutionary Love (Season 1) – K-drama rom-com series.
- Starship Troopers (1997) – Sci-fi set in the future with humans fighting alien bugs.
- The Boy (2016) – Horror from William Brent Ball where a childhood doll comes alive.
- The Car (1977) – Cult horror from the late 70s about possessed car.
- The Disaster Artist (2017) – The biopic from A24 about the making and premiere of the infamous movie, The Room.
- The Healer (2017) – Family comedy-drama about a young man who is granted the power of healing.
- The Help (2011) – Emma Stone and Viola Davis feature in this Oscar-winning drama about a young writer breaking the status quo during the 1960s.
- The Queen (2006) – Biopic where Helen Mirren plays Queen Elizabeth II.
- The Show (2017) – Thriller starring Josh Duhamel where a reality show becomes a game where contestants begin ending their lives for the enjoyment of the audience.
- The Silence of the Lambs (1991) – The multi-Oscar winning thriller starring Anthony Hopkins makes its return onto Netflix.
- The Stolen (2017) – Action-adventure movie about a woman who is searching for her kidnapped son in the Wild West.
- Twister (1996) – Cult classic about advanced storm chasers.
- Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007) – John C. Reilly plays the role of a singer who becomes a musical legend.
- V for Vendetta (2005) – The dystopian Wachowski Sisters sci-fi title from Warner Brothers.
- West Side Story (1961) – The cult musical classic.
- You Don’t Mess with the Zohan (2008) – Adam Sandler comedy
- Zodiac (2007) – The excellent Robert Downy Jr mystery thriller set in San Francisco in the 1960s.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 2nd
- Alone (Season 6) – History channel’s reality series where survival experts brave the elements on their own.
- Fuller House (Season 5b) N – The final farewell season for the Tanner family. Comedy sitcom.
- Garth Brooks: The Road I’m On (Season 1) – Docu-series on Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood.
- True: Rainbow Rescue (2020) N – Another special for the kids animated series.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 3rd
- Lady Bird (2017) – A24 and Greta Gerwig three years ago bought the multi-Oscar nominated Lady Bird to our screens. The comedy starring Saoirse Ronan is about a 17-year-old growing up in California.
- Killing Gunther (2017) – High stakes comedy action starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Taran Killam
- Spelling the Dream (2020) N – High-stakes documentary on the spelling bee and how Indian-Americans are winning.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 4th
- Baki (Season 2 – Part 3) N – The next batch of episodes for the anime fighting series.
- Can You Hear Me? / M’entends-tu? (Season 1) N – Canadian series about three friends living through dysfunctional lives.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 5th
- 13 Reasons Why (Season 4) N – The final part of the Netflix show that started strong and went off on a wild tangent.
- Choked: Pasai Bolta Hai (2020) N – Hindi movie about a bank employee who has limited prospects who finds a way of making big money.
- Hannibal (Seasons 1-3) – Every season of the epic NBC series arrives on Netflix in the US.
All three seasons of @BryanFuller's bloody brilliant #Hannibal will be available on Netflix in The US starting June 5 pic.twitter.com/7VILCMUOoW
— Netflix Queue (@netflixqueue) May 18, 2020
- Merry Men 2: Another Mission (2019) – Nollywood comedy.
- Queer Eye (Season 5) N – More make-overs from the Fab 5.
- Supernatural (Season 15) – The majority of the final season of Supernatural drops on June 5th with more to come later in 2020.
- The Last Days of American Crime (2020) N – Heist thriller based on the comic series of the same name.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 6th
- Queen of the South (Season 4) – The latest entry of the Breaking Bad-esque series from USA Network.
- The Night Clerk (2020) – Michael Cristofer writes and directs this crime drama starring Ana de Armas and Tye Sheridan about a hotel clerk who is the subject of a murder investigation.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 7th
- 365 Days (2020) – Polish romantic drama that’s essentially the countries equivalent to 50 Shades of Grey.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 8th
- Before I Fall (2017) – Mystery movie that sees a girl relive the same day over and over hoping to find out the way she died.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 10th
- Curon (Season 1) N – New Horror series about a family returning home to a house that’s got a shadowy family legacy.
- Lenox Hill (Season 1) N – Docu-series on the New York hospital.
- Middle Men (2009) – Geoge Gallo’s comedy-drama about Jack Harris one of the pioneers in online commerce.
- My Mister (Season 1) – South Korea family drama.
- Reality Z (Season 1) N – Brazillian zombie horror series.
- The Witch: Part 1 – The Subversion – Sci-fi thriller series from Asia.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 11th
- Pose (Season 2) – FX’s spectacular LGBTQ series returns.
- Whispers (Season 1) – Drama about an affluent family looking into the truth as dark secrets come out against them.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 12th
- Da 5 Bloods (2020) N – The next Netflix film from legendary director, Spike Lee.
- Dating Around (Season 2) N – Next entry in the dating reality series.
- F is for Family (Season 4) N – Latest series from the animated title from Michael Price starring Bill Burr.
- Frank Elstner: Just One Last Question (2020) N – German variety show special
- Jo Koy: In His Elements (2020) N – Stand-up special from the Filipino-American comic.
- Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts (Season 2) N – The next set of episodes for the beautifully animated kids series about a girl navigating the world after an apocalyptic event.
- Okko’s Inn (2018) – Animated anime feature about a girl who is able to see ghosts after traumatic loss.
- One Piece (Seasons 1 – 3) – All the anime series available on Netflix ahead of the Netflix live-action reboot.
- NDG Documentaries – a selection of French sports documentary focusing on extreme sports:
- Addicted to Life
- Don’t Crack Under Pressure
- Don’t Crack Under Pressure II
- Don’t Crack Under Pressure III
- ONE PIECE (Multiple Seasons) – Every season of the anime series ONE PIECE.
- Pokemon: Journeys (New Season) N – New Pokemon series exclusively on Netflix.
Alright trainers, it's time for a new adventure! Pokémon Journeys comes exclusively to Netflix June 12th. pic.twitter.com/HZZDrictj2
— Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) April 23, 2020
- The Search / Historia de un Crimen (Limited Series) N – Spanish series based on the true story of a kidnapping in Mexico City.
- The Woods (Season 1) N – Polish thriller series
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 13th
- Alexa & Katie (Season 3B) N – Final season of the teen sitcom comedy.
- How to Get Away with Murder (Season 6) – The final season of the ABC series from Shonda Rhimes.
- Milea (Season 1) – K-drama
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 14th
- Marcella (Season 3) N – British crime series.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 15th
- Borgen (Seasons 1-3) – Danish political thriller series set to be rebooted on Netflix.
- Last Flight to Abuja (2012) – Nollywood drama.
- The Show Must Go On: The Queen + Adam Lambert Story (2019) – Documentary on Adam Lambert who took over the role of Freddie Mercury in the band, Queen.
- Underdogs (2013) – Animated kids movie.
- Wira (2019) – Malaysian action movie.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 16th
- Baby Mama (2008) – Tina Fey and Amy Poehler comedy.
- Charlie St. Cloud (2010) – Zac Efron romantic drama.
- Coronavirus, Explained (Episode 2) N – Next entry into the explained series looking into the coronavirus outbreak.
- Frost/Nixon (2008) – The incredible biopic starring Frank Langella and Michael Sheen on 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’s Coming to Netflix on June 17th
- An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn (2018) – Crime comedy movie from Jim Hosking starring Aubrey Plaza.
- Mr. Iglesias (Part 2) N – Comedy series starring Gabriel Iglesias as a high school teacher.
- Riding Faith / Hope Ranch (2020) – Family drama about a family ranch on the brink of closure.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 18th
- Alexandria… Why? (1979) – Egyptian movie that won best foreign language film.
- Alexandria: Again and Forever (1989) – LGBTQ drama about Yehia, the famous film director from Egypt.
- A Whisker Away (2020) N – Anime fantasy movie.
- Lola Igna (2019) – Phillipino drama.
- One Take (2020) N – Thai music documentary on BNK48.
- Return of the Prodigal Son – Arabic movie
- Stray Bullet (2010) – Lebanese drama.
- The Blazing Sun – Romantic Arabic movie.
- The Emigrant (1994) – Egyptian drama.
- The Order (Season 2) N – Teen horror-fantasy series comes back for its second season.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 19th
- Babies (Season 2) N – Next part of the docu-series looking into how babies develop.
- Disclosure (2020) N – LGBTQ documentary looking at trans creatives sharing their thoughts on working in Hollywood.
- Elevator Baby (2019) – Nigerian drama.
- Father Soldier Son (2020) N – Documentary from the New York Times following a military family over the course of 10 years.
- Feel the Beat (2020) N – Family movie featuring Sofia Carson about a young band of misfits training for a big dance competition.
- Floor is Lava (Season 1) N – New reality series where contestants do whatever it takes to not touch the floor.
- Lost Bullet (2020) N – French action thriller.
- One Way for Tomorrow (2020) N – New Turkish romance movie.
- Rhyme Time Town (Season 1) N – Dreamworks animated kids series.
- The Politician (Season 2) N – The next season of the Ryan Murphy series where Payton will be running for an actual office with his crack team.
- Wasp Network (2020) N – Movie based on the true story about Cuban spies infiltrating exile groups to stop terrorists.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 20th
- It’s Okay to Not Be Okay (Season 1) N – New episodes coming weekly of the K-drama series.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 21st
- Goldie (2019) – Sam de Jong’s drama on a teenager going up against the system.
- Kappela (2020) – Indian romantic comedy.
- Woodshock (2017) – Kirsten Dunst stars in this dark thriller about a woman who takes a drug and becomes detached from reality.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 22nd
- Dark Skies (2013) – Scott Stewart’s horror about a family who realizes something is coming after them.
- The Royal Hibiscus Hotel (2017) – Nigerian romantic comedy.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 23rd
- Eric Andre: Legalize Everything (2020) N – Stand-up special from the provocateur himself.
- Roswell: New Mexico (Season 2) – The romantic drama from The CW.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 24th
- Athlete A (2020) N – Documentary that looks into the reporters that broke the story of Larry Nassar’s abuse of the USA Gymnastics team.
- Bulbbul (2020) N – Indian horror about a man coming home and finding an abandoned bride and lots of unexplained deaths.
- Crazy Delicious (Season 1) N – New food docu-series.
- Nobody Knows I’m Here (2020) N – Chilean drama about a former child singer who is traumatized by his past life.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 25th
- Vivah (2006) – Indian musical.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 26th
- All For Love (Season 1) N – Spanish telenovela about a poor man searching for his long lost sister.
- Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (2020) N – Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams appears in this comedy based on the singing contest.
- Home Game (Season 1) N – Sports documentary series.
- Straight Up (2019) – Romantic comedy where he might be gay but she goes along with it anyway.
- Twogether (Season 1) N – Travel reality series from South Korea about two stars from the regions traveling across Asia.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 27th
- Dark (Season 3) N – German sci-fi series comes to an end.
- Ride Like a Girl (2019) – Sports movie about the story of horse riding legend, Michelle Payne and her journey to become the first female jockey to win the Melbourne cup.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 28th
- #FriendButMarried 2 (2020) – Indonesian romance biopic.
- Skin – Documentary where Beverly Naya returns to Nigeria to discover the impact of colorism.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 29th
- Bratz: The Movie (2007) – The live-action movie of the kids dolls.
What’s Coming to Netflix on June 30th
- Adu (2020) – Spanish drama about a boy from Northern Africa attempting to make a long journey while the father connects with his daughter.
- BNA (Season 1) N – Anime series about a man who has morphed into a raccoon beast-man full preview for Netflix’s BNA.
- George Lopez: We’ll Do It For Half (2020) N – Stand-up debut on Netflix from George Lopez.
- Homemade (2020) N – Collection of Coronavirus related short films from celebrated filmmakers around the world.
- The Mirror Boy (2011) – Obi Emelonye writes and directs this drama about a boy who travels through Africa.
What are you looking forward to watching on Netflix in June? Let us know in the comments.
If you’re wanting to look ahead, we’re also tracking what’s coming to Netflix throughout July 2020 too.