6 Movies & Series You Can Watch This June On Netflix And Amazon Prime
If you're one of those people who wastes too much time while scrolling through the list of new launches, let us simplify the process for you and give you the option of six new series and films that you can enjoy.
We are halfway through the year, and life is still far from returning to the (old) normal. But while we wait with hope, we can make the most at home by watching all the new content that is coming up on different OTT platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime. May was all about nostalgia and watching reunions, but June will be about finding new shows and movies to get hooked on.
If you’re one of those people who wastes too much time while scrolling through the list of new launches, let us simplify the process for you and give you the option of six new series and films that you can enjoy.
1. Skater Girl (Netflix)
This is a story about a teenage girl in a village in India who accidentally stumbles upon the sport of skating. The movie follows her trajectory of struggle and hardship as she tries to learn and excel at this unusual sport with the help of few passionate visitors from the city.
Release Date: June 11
2. Awake (Netflix)
Jane the Virgin famed Gina Rodrigues plays a troubled ex-soldier in the film Awake. She fights for her family and society after a global tragedy wipes out humans’ ability to sleep. Watch this action-drama-thriller for a dose of a serious post-apocalyptic vibe.
Release Date: June 9
3. Elite Season 4 (Netflix)
One of the most popular high-school Spanish drama, Elite, is back with its fourth season. With most of its original cast out of the picture, it will be interesting to see new faces blending with the old few, brewing some new controversies at the Las Encinas high school.
Release Date: June 18
4. Workin’ Moms Season 5 (Netflix)
Workin’ Moms is a Canadian comedy show created by Catherine Reitman, who plays one of the moms on the show. It navigates modern-day motherhood with relatable and hilarious scenarios starring four very different women. The ladies develop a unique friendship over their ranting sessions at the Mommy and Me class. The show touches upon important subjects like postpartum depression and infidelity with a sensitive approach.
Release Date: June 15
5. Panic (Amazon Prime)
Panic is a new drama-thriller written and created by Lauren Oliver (based on her bestselling novel). The story is based in a small town in Texas, where the graduating seniors compete in a dangerous game every summer. The winner gets to take it all, but this year, the bar has been raised. Not only is the pool of money bigger, but the risque factor is also off the charts. If you’re into the complicated teenage saga with dark twists and turns, this is for you.
Release Date: May 28
6. Family Man Season 2 (Amazon Prime)
Srikant Tiwari quits his secret agent job at TASC and joins a regular firm for normal family life. But as a new and more powerful enemy comes into the picture, he decides to go back. Season 2 also has a wider star-studded star-cast with Samantha Akkineni joining forces with Manoj Bajpayee and Priya Mani.
Release Date: June 4