New on netflix june 2022

New on Netflix in June 2022

What’s cooler than being cool? Ice cold, which is exactly how we’re feeling right now. With winter finally making its presence felt Down Under, we’re settling in for a cozy few months wrapped up on the couch. Thankfully, our streaming overlords at Netflix HQ have dropped another delicious round of binge-worthy material. Set to drain our brains and square our eyes, the big dawg buffet of movies, series and documentaries that the streamer has unloaded this month is one of the best in recent memory. From the sixth and (presumably) final instalment to the BBC hit Peaky Blinders to the Chris Hemsworth-led mind-bending thriller Spiderhead, Netflix isn’t placing all its eggs in one basket, and neither should you. Buckle up buddy, here’s what is New on Netflix in June 2022.

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Best New Series on Netflix in June 2022

Peaky Blinders: Season 6

After six seasons and a lot of poorly executed fan haircuts, Peaky Blinders is finally set to come to an end. In the new season, the Shelbys suffer a crushing loss. Flash forward four years and Prohibition’s end turns Tommy toward the opium trade, forcing him to ally with his worst enemies., which sounds like a recipe for disaster. Creator and writer Steven Knight previously confirmed the sixth instalment would be the final chapter in the Peaky story, bringing nearly every iconic character back into the fray, with a few new faces thrown in. Well-known British actor Stephen Graham is set to play a villainous antagonist pitted against the Shelbys. The as-yet-unnamed character is slated to drive a wedge between Tommy and his family, but just what that looks like, remains anyone’s guess.

Release Date: 10 June 2022

The Umbrella Academy: Season 3

Straight from the mind of everyone’s favourite emo, Gerard Way, the third season of The Umbrella Academy bursts onto screens in June. Suitably awkward and highly entertaining, the Emmy-nominated series about a dysfunctional family of superheroes is pretty much more of the same, albeit with a few big explosions. This time around, the Hargreeves siblings find themselves in the not too distant past, after narrowly preventing a doomsday scenario that would have turned the future into yet another apocalypse. Confused? Us, too.

Release Date: 22 June 2022

God’s Favorite Idiot

Remember when you couldn’t go five minutes without seeing Melissa McCarthy’s face slapped onto your TV screen? What a weird period of time that was. Anyways, it’s about to happen again, with Ben Falcone’s new series God’s Favourite Idiot landing on Netflix this month. It sounds…interesting. In the show, tech support employee Clark Thompson falls in love with co-worker Amily Luck at exactly the same time he becomes the unwitting messenger of God, filling his world with roller skating, a lake of fire and an impending apocalypse. Colour us intrigued.

Release Date: 15 June 2022

Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend

Someone at Netflix HQ deserves a raise. After years lying dormant at the bottom of the reboot pile, one clever R&D guy has waded through the sea of Masterchefs and My Kitchen Rules to unearth the single greatest competitive cooking competition of them all. The plot is familiar, rising food stars face off with Iron Chef icons – Curtis Stone, Dominique Crenn, Marcus Samuelsson, Ming Tsai and Gabriela Cámara with only the very best heading into a battle royale finale to win the gold knife and Iron Chef Legend title. BEGIN.

Release Date: 15 June 2022

First Kill

Twilight, but make it gay. First Kill is the cheesy LGBT young adult fantasy story we’ve been waiting for. When teenage vampire Juliette sets her sights on a new girl in town Calliope for her first kill, things go awry. Namely because, much to Juliette’s surprise, Calliope is a vampire hunter. But this isn’t the cat and mouse game you think it is. Insert a steamy teenage vampire/human love story and we’re starting to think we might be a little too old for this one.

Release Date: 10 June 2022

As the Crow Flies

This one actually looks pretty badass. This Turkish thriller follows a prominent news host whose life is turned upside down after an ambitious intern begins to sabotage her at work and sow discord in her marriage. The young fan maneuvers her way into a newsroom and finds herself at the controls, in more ways than one.

Release Date: 3 June 2022

Floor Is Lava: Season 2

In the second instalment of commercialised children’s playground shenanigans, the obstacles have changed but the floor is just as red and bubbly as you remember. Also, there’s a volcano this time? Honestly, how does Netflix keep making these shows? This sh*t is absolutely ridiculous. And we will probably still watch all of it.

Release Date: 3 June 2022

Baby Fever

This one seems…problematic. After releasing Our Father last month, a docu-series about the fertility doctor that artificially inseminated hundreds of women with his own sperm, Netflix has followed it up with a gender-reversed rom-com that follows a similar storyline. The new series sees a fertility doctor drunkenly inseminating herself with her ex-boyfriend’s sperm before attempting to woo him back after becoming pregnant. Gross.

Release Date: 8 June 2022

Snowflake Mountain

Whether it’s Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares or The Biggest Loser, seeing adults with victim complexes get reality knocked the f*ck back into them is always entertaining. That’s why we’re cautiously optimistic for Snowflake Mountain. In this reality show, a bunch of clueless “kidults” who aren’t yet living to their full potential are put through their paces at a wilderness survival retreat. The back-to-basics camp is a rude awakening to just how pampered their lives have been so far. No running water, no parents and no Wi-Fi. Suck eggs.

Release Date: 22 June 2022

Man vs Bee

Mr Bean is back, sort of. British comedian Rowan Atkinson returns to screens in another almost silent comedy about a house sitter’s war with a bee. Equal parts stupid and amazing.

Release Date: 24 June 2022

Best New Movies on Netflix in June 2022

Spiderhead

Chris Hemsworth as a mad scientist? Count us in. In one of the streamer’s more intriguing projects of the year, the hulking Aussie actor plays a pharmaceutical visionary using a futuristic prison as an experimental playground. No bars, no cells, or orange jumpsuits. In Spiderhead, incarcerated volunteers are free to be themselves, as long as they’re absolutely loaded up with drugs. While we’re best suited to seeing Hemsworth take the hero role, anyone who has seen Bad Times at the El Royale knows he’s at his best when playing an unhinged madman. This one looks good.

Release Date: 17 June 2022

The Man from Toronto

Holy sh*t, Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson are the duo we didn’t know we needed. Dry humour meets aggressive comedy in the perfect odd-couple pairing, which sees a screw-up sales consultant mistaken for the world’s deadliest assassin—known only as The Man from Toronto.

Release Date: 24 June 2022

Hustle

When Uncut Jems was released a few years back, Adam Sandler reminded us all that beneath the oversized jorts, there was a genuinely talented actor. Now, he’s back again topping some serious drama in the basketball-heavy hit Hustle. Produced by the Happy Gilmore legend and (arguably) the GOAT LeBron James, Hustle follows Sandler’s washed-up basketball scout Stanley Beren, who in an act of desperation, teams up with a disgraced baller, played by real-life NBA star Juancho Hernangómez. Down-and-out, dramatic and struggling to stay afloat, Beren is the worst motivator a young star could ask for, but the pair find an odd kinship that seems to work. Expect tears and buckets.

Release Date: 8 June 2022

Interceptor

Just when you thought the Hemsworth family could get any more annoyingly perfect, the matriarch churns out this beast. Chris Hemsworth’s wife and bonafide superstar Elsa Pataky plays an Army captain forced to use her years of tactical training and military expertise to fend off a serious threat. When a simultaneous coordinated attack threatens the remote missile interceptor station of which she is in command, she finds herself as the last officer standing. Sick.

Release Date: 3 June 2022

New Documentaries on Netflix

Halftime

Look, Superbowl Halftime shows are great, but we still lie awake at night thinking about J-Lo and Shakira’s 2020 performance. Apparently, so did everyone at Netflix, as the streamer is dropping a full documentary on the life of Jenny from the Block and her infamous halftime spectacular that stunned the world. Green dresses at the ready.

Release Date: 14 June 2022

Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet

Who doesn’t love a good anthology? This six-part series explores people caught in a dark and twisted web of modern misinformation and digital deception. From “SWATing” and white supremacy to an IRS heist and even a murder set against the backdrop of Russian election interference, the docu-series explains how reality is warped when the ordinary American household collides with a chaotic web of misinformation.

Release Date: 15 June 2022

Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey

Perhaps the biggest social statement made by Netflix is this month’s content schedule, Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey tackles the dramatic 2008 raid at the Yearning for Zion Ranch in West Texas. The real-life story saw law enforcement agents uncover stunning evidence of sexual, physical and psychological abuse and resulting in more than 400 children being in custody. Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey gives viewers an in-depth look into the secretive polygamous sect of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS) and the rise of self-professed prophet Warren Jeffs. Harrowing stuff.

Release Date: 8 June 2022

New Stand-Up Comedy on Netflix

Snoop doggs f cn around comedy special

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Snoop Dogg’s F*cn Around Comedy Special

Snoop Dogg will do pretty much anything and as fans, we’re committed to watching whatever trash he churns out. Thankfully, this one sounds bonkers. Billed by Netflix as “a night of legendary black comics”, Snoop Dogg’s F*cn Around Comedy Special features sets from Katt Williams, Mike Epps, Sommore and more.

Release Date: 16 June 2022

Bill burr presents friends who kill

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Bill Burr Presents: Friends Who Kill

While we’d love to see another Bill Burr special, this comes close. Bill Burr Presents: Friends Who Kill is a showcase featuring stand-ups curated by Burr, including Michelle Wolf, Jimmy Carr, Steph Tolev, Joe Bartnick, Jeff Ross, Dave Attell, Ian Edwards, Dean Delray, Jessica Kirson and Ronny Chieng.

Release Date: 6 June 2022

Thats my time with david letterman

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That’s My Time with David Letterman

The talk show king is back again. In That’s My Time with David Letterman, each of the six episodes spotlights one comedian, including a five-minute stand-up set and conversation with Letterman. Expect to see Rosebud Baker, Phil Wang, Sam Morril, Brian Simpson, Robin Tran and Naomi Ekperigin.

Release Date: 7 June 2022

Pete davidson presents the best friends

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Pete Davidson Presents: The Best Friends

The world’s most confusing superstar, Pete Davidson gets his own special this month, albeit, similar to Burr’s. Pete Davidson Presents: The Best Friends sees sets from Giulio Gallarotti, Neko White , Carly Aquilino, Joey Gay, Derek Gaines , Jordan Rock and Dave Sirus, as curated by Mr Kim K, himself.

Release Date: 13 June 2022

Everything Coming to Netflix in June 2022

  • Borgen – Power & Glory (02/06/2022)
  • As the Crow Flies (03/06/2022)
  • The Perfect Mother (03/06/2022)
  • Two Summers (03/06/2022)
  • Floor Is Lava: Season 2 (03/06/2022)
  • Baby Fever (08/06/2022)
  • Rhythm + Flow France (Weekly episodes from 09/06/2022)
  • First Kill (10/06/2022)
  • Peaky Blinders: Season 6 (10/06/2022)
  • Intimacy (10/06/2022)
  • Maldivas (15/06/2022)
  • Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend (15/06/2022)
  • God’s Favorite Idiot (15/06/2022)
  • Love & Anarchy: Season 2 (16/06/2022)
  • The War Next-door: Season 2 (17/06/2022)
  • She: Season 2 (17/06/2022)
  • You Don’t Know Me (17/06/2022)
  • Alchemy of Souls (18/06/2022)
  • Snowflake Mountain (22/06/2022)
  • The Umbrella Academy: Season 3 (22/06/2022)
  • First Class (23/06/2022)
  • Queen (23/06/2022)
  • Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area (24/06/2022)
  • Man Vs Bee (24/06/2022)
  • Cafe Minamdang (27/06/2022)
  • Extraordinary Attorney Woo (29/06/2022)
  • Pirate Gold of Adak Island (29/06/2022)
  • The Upshaws: Season 2 Part 1 (29/06/2022)
  • Interceptor (03/06/2022)
  • Hustle (08/06/2022)
  • Trees of Peace (10/06/2022)
  • Chickenhare and the Hamster of Darkness (10/06/2022)
  • Heart Parade (15/06/2022)
  • The Wrath of God (15/06/2022)
  • Centauro (15/06/2022)
  • Collision (16/06/2022)
  • Spiderhead (17/06/2022)
  • Doom Of Love (20/06/2022)
  • Love & Gelato (22/06/2022)
  • The Man from Toronto (24/06/2022)
  • Glamour Girls (24/06/2022)
  • Blasted (28/06/2022)
  • Beauty (29/06/2022)
  • Yuri Marçal: Honest Mistake (02/06/2022)
  • Bill Burr Presents: Friends Who Kill (06/06/2022)
  • That’s My Time with David Letterman (07/06/2022)
  • Stand Out: An LGBTQ+ Celebration (09/06/2022)
  • Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget Tribute (10/06/2022)
  • Amy Schumer’s Parental Advisory (11/06/2022)
  • Pete Davidson Presents: The Best Friends (13/06/2022)
  • Jane Fonda & Lily Tomlin: Ladies Night Live (14/06/2022)
  • Snoop Dogg’s F*cn Around Comedy Special (16/06/2022)
  • Joel Kim Booster: Psychosexual (21/06/2022)
  • Bruna Louise: Demolition (22/06/2022)
  • Best of the Fest (23/06/2022)
  • Cristela Alonzo: Middle Classy (28/06/2022)
  • Mr. Good: Cop or Crook? (03/06/2022)
  • Gladbeck: The Hostage Crisis (08/06/2022)
  • Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey (08/06/2022)
  • Halftime (14/06/2022)
  • Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet (15/06/2022)
  • Sing, Dance, Act: Kabuki featuring Toma Ikuta (16/06/2022)
  • The Martha Mitchell Effect (17/06/2022)
  • Civil (19/06/2022)
  • The Future Of (21/06/2022)
  • The Hidden Lives of Pets (22/06/2022)
  • Surviving Summer (03/06/2022)
  • Action Pack: Season 2 (06/06/2022)
  • Charlie’s Colorforms City: Mighty Movie Adventures (13/06/2022)
  • Karma’s World Music Videos: Season 2 (16/06/2022)
  • Dead End: Paranormal Park (16/06/2022)
  • Angry Birds: Summer Madness: Season 2 (24/06/2022)
  • Chip and Potato: Chip’s Holiday (27/06/2022)
  • Sharkdog: Season 2 (30/06/2022)
  • SPRIGGAN (18/06/2022)
  • BASTARD‼ Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy (30/06/2022)
  • The Great Gatsby (01/06/2022)
  • Inception (01/06/2022)
  • Horrible Bosses (01/06/2022)

General FAQs

What new movies are coming to Netflix in June 2022?

There are a number of new films coming to Netflix in June 2022. These include: Interceptor, Hustle, Tres of Peace, Heart Parade, The Wrath of Good, Centauro, Collision, Spiderhead, and Blasted.

What new series are coming to Netflix in June 2022?

Known for its originals, Netflix is home to some great series. In June 2022, Netflix is adding: As the Crow Flies, The Perfect Mother, Two Summers, Baby Fever, First Kill, Peaky Blinders Seas 6, Intimacy, Maldivas, Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend, God's Favourite Idiot, Snowflake Mountain, The Umbrella Academy and Queen.

What new documentaries are coming to Netflix in June 2022?

There are a bunch of new documentaries coming to Netflix in June 2022. These include: Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey, Gladbeck: The Hostage Crisis, Mr. Good: Cop or Crook, Halftime, Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet, Civil, The Martha Mitchell Effect, and The Future Of.

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