The Best TV Shows And Movies Coming To Netflix In June 2023

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As you traverse the crowded streaming landscape, you may just have forgotten about good old Netflix. If, like me, you've lapped up pretty much everything Hollywood has tossed to us streaming peasants, you might be more tempted to see what's up with the newly launched Max service, or what movies Universal has prematurely yanked from theaters and added to Peacock.

But just because Netflix might have lost some of its appeal (and a ton of subscribers) amid the intense cascade of streaming offerings, that doesn't mean it should be overlooked. In fact, the OG streamer is gearing up to ensure you never leave the house this Summer, with a bewildering array of entertainment that no single human could possibly imbibe in its entirety. Which is the least they can do considering they're going to start charging you to share your password.

Let's be honest, the only thing we'll all be watching religiously throughout June is "I Think You Should Leave" season 3. But if you make your way through Tim Robinson's unreasonably funny sketch show and find yourself wanting more of what Netflix has to offer, you need only cast your eyes downward for our picks of the best TV shows and movies hitting the platform in June, plus a full list of everything Netflix is adding throughout the month.


The Austrian Oak may be beyond his prime, but the name Arnold Schwarzenegger still looms large in the global consciousness. This is the man that went from driving tanks in the Austrian army to basically taking over the world, parlaying arguably the most successful bodybuilding career in history into a lasting legacy as one of Hollywood's biggest stars. Somewhere along the way he also found time to run California and marry a Kennedy. Which isn't bad for a man who should be spending his twilight years tilling the Austrian countryside.

Now, Arnie has teamed up with Netflix to tell his life story in an ambitious three-part documentary that will cover his childhood years in Austria right the way through to his present-day standing as an almost mythical figure in popular culture. And if the trailer for "Arnold" is anything to go by, the doc won't shy away from some of Schwarzenegger's indiscretions and missteps, with the "Terminator" star at one point noting, ​​"I've caused enough pain for my family."

Whatever you think of the man, Arnold Schwarzenegger's journey is itself a Hollywood tale of the American dream realized, which should make "Arnold" a tantalizing prospect for those with even a passing interest in pop culture.

Extraction 2

What's better than Chris Hemsworth doing some hardcore extracting? Having him do it again and putting the man through the absolute wringer. "Extraction" was, at least according to Netflix, a massive hit for the streamer in 2020, breaking viewership records (thanks, global pandemic) and proving that, when he isn't inviting the death of art itself by celebrating AI-written movies, Joe Russo can churn out a half decent script that isn't "Avengers: Endgame." The film's 12-minute one-take sequence was probably the best bit, to be honest, so I'm not sure how much credit the script deserves, come to think of it.

But that's beside the point because Russo and director Sam Hargrave apparently realized that action was their movie's main selling point, and have doubled down on it for "Extraction 2." In this sequel, Hemsworth's black market mercenary will, of course, be extracting once again — this time rescuing the family of a Georgian gangster from captivity. But it's the insane levels of physical endurance the "Thor" star underwent while filming "Extraction 2" that make it an intriguing prospect. When he wasn't literally being set on fire, he was fighting his way through an extended 21-minute one-take that looks set to blow the first movie's oner out the water and which Hemsworth claims is the "hardest thing [he's] ever done."

So, if you're not rushing out to see "The Flash" on June 16, why not justify Hemsworth's physical efforts by checking out this outlandish actioner.

Black Mirror: Season 6

In 2023, a favorite trope of Hollywood sci-fi, namely the rise of a nefarious technology that threatens the very existence of the human race, seems less and less like a fantasy. We've already unwittingly been turned into denizens of the sheer nightmare-scape wrought by the rise of social media — the absurd terminus of which was envisioned by writers Michael Schur and Rashida Jones in "Black Mirror" season 3's premiere episode "Nosedive." And now, AI has gone from the concern of academics and psychedelic-fuelled podcast guests to what seems like a genuine threat to culture as we know it.

Which is why we absolutely need a new season of "Black Mirror" to remind us that our relentlessly positive tech overlords are only giving us half the story. And luckily, Netflix has us covered. "Black Mirror" season 6 is set to debut sometime in June (an exact date is still TBA) and promises to deliver yet another array of deeply unsettling and endlessly entertaining glimpses into a dystopian, tech-ruled future. That is, unless series creator Charlie Brooker followed through with his ambition to "revisit [his] comic skill set" and write "scripts aimed at making himself laugh."

Whatever the case, the sci-fi anthology series, which moved to Netflix for its third season, has once again packed its episodes with some stellar talent, with everyone from up-and-comer Zazie Beetz ("Bullet Train," "Atlanta") to Salma Hayek showing up this time around. Whether it ends up making you laugh or cry, "Black Mirror" season 6 is sure to make you think — a welcome development in an age where technology threatens to do all our thinking for us.

The Imitation Game

Sticking with our uplifting theme of artificial minds dominating our own, why not revisit Benedict Cumberbatch playing one of the so-called "godfathers of AI" in 2014's "The Imitation Game." British multi-hyphenate Alan Turing is best known for developing the Turing test — a method for determining whether a computer could be said to be "thinking," which relies on a human being unable to tell that they're interacting with a machine and not another human. All pretty relevant stuff in 2023.

But the film's actually pretty good, too. Cumberbatch and director Morten Tyldum do an impressive job of making this biopic, based on Andrew Hodges' 1983 biography "Alan Turing: The Enigma," an entertaining watch. Turning a life devoted to mathematics and theoretical computer science into a gripping drama is somewhat of a triumph, and Cumberbatch, in one of his best roles, is at his peak in "The Imitation Game." So before you watch Chris Hemsworth getting lit on fire for 21 minutes straight, why not take in some prestige filmmaking to balance things out.

Movies And TV Shows Coming To Netflix In June 2023

Dates TBA

  • Black Mirror: Season 6

  • Celebrity

  • Delete

Available June 1, 2023


  • A Beautiful Life

  • LEGO Ninjago: Dragons Rising

  • The Angry Birds Movie

  • The Breakfast Club

  • Bruce Almighty

  • The Choice

  • Dear John

  • Death at a Funeral

  • Dune (1984)

  • End of Days

  • Forever My Girl

  • Funny People

  • Groundhog Day

  • Hook

  • How High

  • The Italian Job

  • Jarhead

  • Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius

  • Kicking & Screaming

  • The Kingdom

  • Magic Mike

  • Mean Girls

  • The Mick: Seasons 1-2

  • Mr. Peabody & Sherman

  • Muster Dogs

  • Nanny McPhee

  • Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang

  • The Ring

  • Spider-Man

  • Spider-Man 2

  • Spider-Man 3

  • Stuart Little

  • Stuart Little 2

  • Surf's Up

  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day

  • To Leslie

  • We're the Millers

Available June 2, 2023

  • Manifest: Season 4 Part 2

  • Missed Connections

  • Rich in Love 2

  • Scoop

  • Valeria: Season 3

Available June 5, 2023

  • Barracuda Queens

  • Ben 10: Seasons 1-4

  • Living

Available June 6, 2023

My Little Pony: Make Your Mark: Chapter 4

Available June 7, 2023

  • Arnold

  • Love Is Blind: Brazil: Season 3

Available June 8, 2023

  • Never Have I Ever: Season 4

  • Tour de France: Unchained

Available June 9, 2023

  • A Lot Like Love

  • Bloodhounds

  • Human Resources: Season 2

  • The Playing Card Killer

  • Tex Mex Motors

  • This World Can't Tear Me Down

  • The Wonder Weeks

  • You Do You

Available June 12, 2023

  • Dunkirk

  • Tom and Jerry Tales: Seasons 1-2

Available June 13, 2023

  • Amy Schumer: Emergency Contact

Available June 14, 2023

  • Forged in Fire: Season 8

  • Married at First Sight: Season 13

  • Our Planet II

  • The Surrogacy

Available June 15, 2023

  • Cold Case Files: Season 2

Available June 16, 2023

  • Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King

  • Extraction 2

Available June 17, 2023

  • Grey's Anatomy Season 19

  • King the Land

  • See You in My 19th Life

  • Suits: Seasons 1-8

Available June 19, 2023

  • My Little Pony: The Movie

  • Not Quite Narwhal

  • Take Care of Maya

Available June 20, 2023

  • 85 South: Ghetto Legends

Available June 21, 2023

  • Break Point: Part 2

  • The UnXplained with William Shatner: Season 2

Available June 22, 2023

  • Devil's Advocate

  • Glamorous

  • Let's Get Divorced

  • Skull Island

  • Sleeping Dog

Available June 23, 2023

  • Catching Killers: Season 3

  • iNumber Number: Jozi Gold

  • King of Clones

  • Make Me Believe

  • On the Line: The Richard Williams Story

  • The Perfect Find

  • Pokémon Ultimate Journeys: The Series Part 3

  • Through My Window: Across the Sea

Available June 26, 2023

  • The Imitation Game

Available June 28, 2023

  • Eldorado: Everything the Nazis Hate

  • Hoarders: Season 13

  • Muscles & Mayhem: An Unauthorized Story of American Gladiators

  • Run Rabbit Run

Available June 29, 2023

  • Ōoku: The Inner Chambers

  • The Witcher: Season 3 Volume 1

Available June 30, 2023

  • Alone: Season 9

  • Is It Cake, Too?!

  • Nimona

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