10 New Shows & Films To Watch On OTT Platforms In June

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Whether you choose to escape the unbearable heat or anticipate the rainy days with a hot cuppa, either way, you’ll be doing that while cooped up at home. So why not keep yourself occupied with new shows or movies? This month brings new seasons, documentaries of iconic personalities, thrillers and comedies for you to stay entertained. Ahead, we list down the new shows and films to binge-watch on OTT platforms in June.

1. The Bear Season 3

Yes, chef! I can’t wait to watch the high-pressure kitchen madness once again in the all-new season of The Bear. Jeremy Allen-White is back as Carmy, who along with his team will focus on taking their sandwich shop turned fine dining restaurant to new heights, all while handling their personal lives. The last season saw the head chef getting locked in the walk-in refrigerator and having a mental breakdown. Just before the locksmith comes to break the door open, Carmy manages to ruin two relationships – one with his Cousin aka Richie and the other with his girlfriend Claire. It was quite heartbreaking to watch, so I hope to see him mend both this season.

Streaming on Disney+ Hotstar on June 27

2. Bridgerton Season 3 Part 2

Dear readers, before I begin, mind you, I will be sharing spoilers ahead. Things seem to have worked out for Penelope at the end of the fourth episode of Bridgerton. Colin finally realised he’s in love with her and wants to marry her. But the question is: will he still want to get married once he learns Penelope is Lady Whistledown? And will Penelope mend relations with her best friend Eloise? We’ll have to wait to watch and find out in the second part of Bridgerton Season 3.

Streaming on Netflix on June 16

3. Hit Man

Loved watching Glen Powell in Anyone But You? Here’s another film with comedy, romance and action featuring the actor, where he embraces multiple hats. The plot revolves around a professional killer Gary Johnson (Powell) who breaks protocol to help a desperate woman trying to flee an abusive husband but finds himself falling for her.

Streaming on Netflix on June 7

4. Federer: Twelve Final Days

Directed by Asif Kapadia, this documentary takes you behind the scenes of the tennis legend’s last days as a pro before his retirement in 2022. It promises to provide a candid look at Federer featuring interviews with stars and friends such as Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray, among others.

Streaming on Prime Video on June 20

5. A Family Affair

Enjoyed watching The Idea of You? Then you might just like this age-gap rom-com starring Nicole Kidman, Zac Efron and Joey King. The plot? A surprising romance kicks off comic consequences for a young woman (King), her mother (Kidman) and her movie star boss (Efron) as they face the complications of love, sex and identity.

Streaming on Netflix on June 28

6. Hierarchy

If you’ve enjoyed the Netflix Spanish teen drama Elite, then you ought to add this one to your watchlist. Romance and thriller set the backdrop for this Korean high-school revenge drama. The story revolves around the lives of students at Jooshin High School, a top-notch institution where students who go here are selected from birth. The top 0.01% of students control law and order at the school. However, when a transfer student Kang Ha joins, it disrupts the existing order that these students have.

Streaming on Netflix on June 7

7. I Am: Celine Deon

Treating her documentary as a love letter to her fans, the legendary musician Celine Deon offers a peek into the music that guided her life as well as her battle with Stiff Person Syndrome.

Streaming on Prime Video on June 25

8. Kota Factory Season 3

Actor Jitendra Kumar is on a roll. Following the release of his show Panchayat Season 3 on Prime Video in May, he will appear on OTT screens once again in an all-new season of Kota Factory on Netflix. The new season will explore the hardships of students who are eager to crack tough exams such as IAS or CAT. Kumar’s character Jeetu Bhaiyya will also come to terms with his role as a mentor to the competitive exam hopefuls.

Streaming on Netflix on June 20

9. My Lady Jane

As per British Royal history, Jane, the great-granddaughter of King Henry VII was known for her death rather than her life. She took the throne after the death of her first cousin, King Edward VI. However, support for Edward’s half-sister Mary (the soon-to-be Queen Mary I) grew and Jane was thrown in the Tower of London, convicted of treason and executed in February 1954. The new series My Lady Jane reimagines her story, where she neither goes to prison nor is beheaded. In fact, when she is “unexpectedly crowned queen overnight, she finds herself the target of nefarious villains coming for the crown (and her head). My Lady Jane is an epic tale of true love and high adventure, where the damsel in distress saves herself, her true love, and then the Kingdom.”

Streaming on Prime Video on June 27

10. The Boys Season 4

The Emmy-winning hit series will be back with one more season. The official synopsis reads, “In Season Four, the world is on the brink. Victoria Neuman is closer than ever to the Oval Office and under the muscly thumb of Homelander, who is consolidating his power. Butcher, with only months to live, has lost Becca’s son and his job as The Boys’ leader. The rest of the team is fed up with his lies. With the stakes higher than ever, they have to find a way to work together and save the world before it’s too late.”

Streaming on Prime Video on June 13

Also Read: 11 New Shows & Films To Binge-Watch On OTT Platforms This May

- Lifestyle Editor


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