10 Movies And Series We Cannot Wait To Drop On Netflix This June
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Netflix is providing the comfort of an old friend through lockdown. Whether its raining outside or you’ve just had enough of your family, it’s always there to provide entertainment when no one else is. However you may feel like you’ve watched everything on the streaming service, but FEAR not, huns. You’ll be glad to hear that June is dropping a LOT of content and we’ve never been so ready for it!
Here’s what we’re super excited about watching (besides the first two season of the Kardashians – which you can read more about here!)
1. Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (2018)
Right now we are all dreaming of escaping and running away to a foreign land with the sun sea and fun. Why not live vicariously through the life of young Donna as she enjoys her whirlwind romances and leaves her life at home to live on a Greek island. There’ll be no doubt if you’re an ABBA lover that this movie is for you and will definitely have you dancing around your room.
2. 13 Reasons Why S4
The thought-provoking series is back and for what is said to be its final season. The season will be the shortest yet, with only ten episodes. Monty didn’t kill Bryce (season 3 spoiler alert), and Winston wants to get to the truth. This June we get to see how much Clay Jenson really can deal with as the show comes to a dramatic ending.
3. Angus, Thongs & Perfect Snogging (2008)
Younger us is screaming! The iconic chick flick is landing on Netflix in June and we cannot wait. If you’ve never seen Angus, Thongs & Perfect Snogging it is the type of film that you will laugh at regardless of age. This is definitely one to watch over Netflix party with your friends.
4. Queer Eye S5
This series aired in 2018 and took the world by storm. It was the hit that no one expected! Coming back for a fifth season, the show will continue to follow Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski and Jonathan Van Ness as they attempt to bring new life to lucky participants. And you’re in for an extra treat, while previous seasons have only contained eight episodes, season 5 is set to contain ten.
5. Dreamgirls (2006)
This American musical drama is going to be the throwback everyone needs right now. Adapted from the broadway musical, Dreamgirls follows the band “The Dreamettes”, which consists of lead singer Effie White and backup singers Deena Jones and Lorrell Robinson and their journey to stardom. With an amazing cast containing Beyoncé and Jennifer Hudson this is a must watch this summer.
6. RPDR All Stars 5
Ru Paul’s Drag Race All Stars is back and with another list of previous queens who are ready to get back in the limelight. Featuring the likes of Blair St. Clair, Mayhem Miller and Miz Cracker from Season 10 to Ongina and Mariah Balenciage from seasons 1 and 3. Judges include Modern Family actress Sarah Hyland, singer and choreographer Todrick Hall and Livin’ La Vida Loca singer Ricky Martin.
7. The Holiday (2006)
Although it may not be the season, we here at Stellar are ecstatic that The Holiday is coming to Netflix. This funny and heartwarming film follows the story of two girls from different countries that swap homes for the holidays to get away from their relationship issues. Starring Jack Black, Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet it is one for a rainy day.
8. Shameless (UK) S1-11
Shameless is a dark humoured series set in Manchester on the (fictional) Chatsworth council estate. Centred around the British working class and running from 2004 to 2013 the show has a huge 11 seasons. If you’re looking for something to binge watch this summer then this could be the one for you.
9. The Real Housewives of Atlanta S1-2 / New York S1-2 / Beverly Hills S1-2
Whether you want to see Real Housewives of Atlanta, New York or Beverly Hills, come June you can have the option of all three has they drop on Netflix. Seasons 1 and 2 of all three locations are being released and we cannot wait. The shows document the lives of several affluent housewives in each location.
10. The Politician S2
Since he was 7 years old Payton Hobart has known since he was going to be the president of the United States. Back for a second season, we continue following his story through high school. This comedy-drama will be perfect to occupy your summer evenings and with a cast including Ben Platt and Gwyneth Paltrow what else would you need?
Words Nicky Anderson
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