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Michael B. Jordan in 'Creed III' (2023) | Image: MGM Pictures

New on Amazon Prime in June 2023

You wanted more content and Amazon Prime Video delivered. Jeff Bezos‘ multi-billion dollar entertainment juggernaut has dropped another delicious binge-worthy buffet of movies, series, documentaries and a few fan favourites. That’s right, the superyacht-sailing supervillain behind the streaming service is delivering another schedule loaded with content primed to take over your weekend and rule your living room for the next 31 days. At the top of our viewing list are Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant and Creed III (featuring a jacked Michael B. Jordan), both of which arrive on the streaming service this month. Here’s everything new on Amazon Prime Video in June 2023.

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Best New Series on Amazon Prime

The whole reason we come to the streamer in the first place, new Amazon Prime Video series launches are the stuff of gold. That said, it’s slim pickings this month in terms of new releases. But that doesn’t mean you have nothing to look forward to. An Aussie crime comedy series from the creative duo of Kate McCartney and Kate McLennan helps kick off the month of June and we’ll be tuning in as soon as it lands. Here are the best new series coming to Amazon Prime Video in June 2023.


This eight-part series hails from Australia and promises to turn the ubiquitous crime genre on its head by way of copious comic injections. It welcomes viewers to the sleepy Tasmanian hamlet of Deadloch, where a local man is murdered. The subsequent investigation pairs a local officer with a blowhard from out of town and an overzealous junior constable. If this is all starting to sound a bit too familiar or formulaic, that’s probably the point. We’ll be tuning in to see if the show can deliver an effective balance between comedy and mystery.

Release Date: June 2

Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan (Season 4)

John Krasinski returns as CIA superstar Jack Ryan for the fourth and final season of this beloved blockbuster series. Now Acting Deputy Director, Ryan investigates dangerous corruption from within his own agency. It all ties into a powerful drug cartel, which has joined forces with a terrorist group to confront Ryan and his homeland with the gravest of possible threats. This one is going to be a nail-biter so be sure to catch it.

Release Date: June 30

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With Love (Season 2)

On the lighter side of the aisle is this romantic dramedy series about Lily and Jorge Diaz, two siblings looking for love in the modern world. Season 2 finds Lily embarking on a journey of self-discovery as she tries to get her makeup styling business off the ground while grappling with two potential suitors.  Meanwhile, Jorge’s increasingly fraught relationship gets put to the test when he meets his partner Henry’s proud Texan parents.

Release Date: June 2

The Grand Tour (Season 5)

Motoring fanatics Jeremy, Richard, and James continue their vehicle-themed trip around the world in the fifth season of this British series. It comes to us after numerous delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic and related travel restrictions. Anyone with the slightest passion for unique cars should be pretty geared up right about now!

In this new season, titled A Scandi Flick, the team is tackling the ice-cold climate, with much of the show revolving around snow rally racing. Hammond will drive a Subaru Impreza WRX, while James May will pilot a Mitsubishi Evo VIII. Clarkson will travel in an Audi RS4 B7, much to the disbelief of his partners. naturally, they also embark on a catastrophe-filled adventure that takes in Cold War submarine bases – frozen lake racetracks, crashes and ski resort chaos as they drag their homemade houses from the coast of Norway to the Russian Border.

Release Date: June 16

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Best New Movies on Amazon Prime Video

While the quality of Amazon Prime Video films is a bit up and down, this month, we’re very intrigued by the upcoming French action comedy Medellin, in which a motley crew of underdogs enacts a dangerous rescue mission. The story takes place in the heart of Narco territory and features a guest appearance by…boxer Mike Tyson? Sign us up! Here are the best new movies on Amazon Prime this month.

Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant

Director Guy Ritchie shows off a more mature side to his signature style with this gripping war drama, which he also co-wrote. It stars Jake Gyllenhaal as US Army Sergeant John Kinley, whose life is saved by an Afghan interpreter (Dar Salim) during the war in Afghanistan. When the interpreter is later denied safe passage out of the country, Kinley must repay the favour by plunging himself back into the heart of a war zone.

Release Date: June 16

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Creed III

The third instalment of the beloved Creed franchise confronts the title character (Michael B. Jordan) with a former friend turned ambitious adversary (Jonathan Majors). It paves the way for an epic showdown between one man with everything on the line and another who has nothing to lose. The film also represents Michael B. Jordan’s directorial debut.

Release Date: June 9

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In this French action comedy, YouTuber Pablito decides the walk in the shoes of once-famous drug kingpin Pablo Escobar. That brings him to the heart of Medellin, Colombia, where he proceeds to get kidnapped by a local cartel. Rather than pay a hefty ransom, Pablito’s older brother assembles a ragtag team for a rescue mission. Boxer Mike Tyson plays a supporting role and that alone is enough to pique our interest.

Release Date: June 2

New Documentaries on Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime is delivering quality over quantity when it comes to this month’s documentaries, which include a feature film and a docuseries. Here are the details.

The Defenders

This harrowing documentary tells the incredible story of Bahraini footballer Hakeem al-Araibi, who was unjustly imprisoned for terrorist activity during his 2018 honeymoon in Thailand. As he awaits extradition to Bahrain, a growing collective of human rights groups, social media figures, and ordinary individuals attempt to save the athlete before it’s too late.

Release Date: June 23

Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets

Remember the gigantic Duggar family, who were the subject of the reality show 19 Kids and Counting? As it turns out, they were harbouring some really dark and twisted secrets behind the scenes. Consider us shocked! Anyway, you’ve probably caught wind of a few scandals by now but don’t let that stop you from watching this new docuseries, as it goes into greater detail about America’s fakest happy family.

Release Date: June 2

Amazon Prime Video June Release Schedule

Still looking to get your binge on? Here’s everything coming to Amazon Prime in June 2023.

  • Bones and All – 6/1/23
  • Deadloch (Season 1) – 6/2/23
  • Medellin – 6/2/23
  • With Love (Season 2) – 6/2/23
  • Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets (Season 1) – 6/2/23
  • Culpa Mia – 6/8/23
  • The Lake (Season 2) – 6/9/23
  • Creed III – 6/9/23
  • Mack & Rita – 6/11/23
  • Neighbours (Season 20 Part 2) – 6/15/23
  • Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant – 6/16/23
  • The Grand Tour (Season 5) – 6/16/23
  • The Honeymoon – 6/16/23
  • I’m a Virgo – 6/23/23
  • Stars at Noon – 6/23/23
  • The Defenders – 6/23/23
  • My Heart is Beating (Season 1) – 6/26/23
  • Jack Ryan (Season 4) – 6/30/23

General FAQ

What new movies are coming to Amazon Prime Video in June 2023?

Some of the new movies coming to Amazon Prime Video in June of 2023 are Guy Ritchie's The Covenant, Creed III, and Medellin.

What new series are coming to Amazon Prime Video in June 2023?

The fourth and final season of Jack Ryan arrives on Amazon Prime Video this June, as do brand new shows such as Deadloch.

What new documentaries are coming to Amazon Prime Video in June 2023?

Amazon Prime Video releases the new documentary The Defenders this June, along with the docuseries Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets.

Jacob Osborn
Staff Writer

Jacob Osborn

Jacob Osborn is an accomplished author and journalist with over 10 years of experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's degree in English and Communication Arts from the University of Wisconsin--Madison and co-authored a Young Adult novel through Simon & Schuster. Now based in Portland, Oregon, Jacob specialises in entertainment, technology and alcohol reporting. You might find him crate-digging at the nearest record store or sampling whisky at the nearest bar. He daydreams of travelling around the world, but for now, the world will have to come to him by way of lifestyle products, gear, gadgetry, and entertainment. Let's call it a happy compromise while he saves up for the next big trip.