What’s coming to Netflix in June 2022?

May 16, 2022
Jonathon Wilson 0
Netflix, News, Streaming Service

Welcome to our monthly rundown of what’s coming to Netflix in June 2022. Please note, this article focuses primarily on original content rather than licensed fare, with particular attention paid to recognizable IPs or hotly-anticipated movies and shows. Since complete information isn’t available right now, this article will be regularly updated throughout the month with the latest additions as and when we get them. And do remember that here at Ready Steady Cut we offer the most comprehensive coverage of all streaming releases, so be sure to check back regularly not just for updates but for links to our reviews and recaps for June’s offerings.

What’s coming to Netflix in June 2022?

June 2

  • Borgen: Power and Glory — A Danish political thriller.
  • Yuri Marçal: Honest Mistake — Stand-up special.

June 3

  • The Floor is Lava (Season 2) — Netflix’s reimagining of the popular playground game. You can read our review of Season 1 by clicking these words.
  • Interceptor — An action movie directed and co-written by Australian author Matthew Reilly.

  • Mr. Good: Cop or Crook — Norwegian docuseries about a cop who may be corrupt.
  • The Perfect Mother — A French series about a mother whose daughter is involved in a homicide.
  • As the Crow Flies — A young fan maneuvers her way into a seasoned anchor’s newsroom but soon confronts the dark side of ambition, envy, and the desire to be seen.
  • Two Summers — A psychological thriller about a group of friends reuniting for a lavish holiday.
  • Surviving Summer — Australian drama series for children and teenagers.

June 6

  • Bill Burr Presents: Friends Who Kill — A stand-up showcase curated by Bill Burr.
  • Action Pack — Animated family film.

June 7

  • That’s My Time With David Letterman — A interview series with Letterman spotlighting comedians.

June 8

  • Baby Fever — Another Danish series, this one a romantic comedy about a fertility doctor.
  • Hustle — The new Adam Sandler movie, this one about a basketball scout who discovers a new street baller.

  • Gladbeck: The Hostage Crisis — Documentary about a German hostage crisis.
  • Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey — This docuseries examines the rise of Warren Jeffs in the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and his shocking criminal case.

June 9

  • Rhythm + Flow Nouvelle Ecole — French spin-off of this reality series.
  • Stand-Out: An LGBTQ+ Celebration — A collection of stand-ups comprised entirely of LGBTQ+ talent.

June 10

  • A Tribute to Bob Saget — What it says on the tin, a celebration of Bob’s life and work.
  • First Kill — a horror series about a vampire falling in love with a vampire hunter. Virtually guaranteed to be a hit.

  • Chickenhare and the Hamster of Darkness — Animated family film.
  • Trees of Peace — Four women from different backgrounds forge an unbreakable sisterhood while trapped and in hiding during the genocide in Rwanda.
  • Intimacy — A rising politician’s career is threatened when a surreptitiously recorded video of her sex life is leaked to the public

June 11

  • Amy Schumer’s Parental Advisory — Another stand-up showcase, this one curated by Amy Schumer.

June 12

  • That’s My Time with David Letterman (Part 2) — The second part of the entry listed above.

June 13

  • Pete Davidson Presents: The Best Friends — Another showcase, curated by Pete Davidson.
  • Charlie’s Colorforms City — Animated family film.

June 14

  • Jane Fonda & Lily Tomlin: Ladies Night Live — An all-female roster of comics curated by Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin.
  • Jennifer Lopez: Halftime — A documentary on Jennifer Lopez.

June 15

  • Centauro — To clear his son’s mother’s debt to a cartel, a superbike racer becomes a drug courier, risking his chances of going pro — and jeopardizing his own life.
  • Heart Parade  To save her job, a dog-fearing, career-minded woman must travel to Kraków
  • God’s Favorite Idiot — A new comedy series from Melissa McCarthy and husband Ben Falcone, seemingly as flattering as ever.

  • Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend — Another reality series revolving around cooking.
  • Maldivas — Brazilian comedy series about a woman moving into a condo community.
  • The Wrath of God — An Argentine Spanish-language thriller about a string of mysterious deaths in a young woman’s family.
  • Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet — Six-part true-crime anthology series.

June 16

  • Love & Anarchy (Season 2) — Another go-around for this Swedish comedy series.
  • Snoop Dogg’s F*cn Around Comedy Special — A Snoop Dogg stand-up special featuring other legendary Black performers.
  • Sing, Dance, Act: Kabuki featuring Toma Ikuta — A documentary out of Japan.
  • Dead End: Paranormal Park — British-American animated fantasy horror comedy series.
  • Karma’s World Music Videos — Animated family series.

June 17

  • The Martha Mitchell Effect — Documentary about the “Mouth of the South” who spoke out during Watergate.
  • She (Season 2) — Follows the story of a female constable who goes undercover to bust an underworld gang.
  • The War Next-door — Mexican comedy series.
  • You Don’t Know Me — A young man, who stands accused of murder. The evidence is overwhelming. But at his trial, this man tells an extraordinary story.
  • Spiderhead — A new action thriller set in the near-future starring Chris Hemsworth and Miles Teller.

June 18

  • Spriggan — An anime series about a corporation and powerful relics.
  • Alchemy of Souls — A new weekly k-drama series airing Saturday/Sunday.

June 19

  • Civil: Ben Crump — Documentary on the American civil-rights activist Benjamin Crump.

June 20

  • Doom of Love — After his ad agency goes bankrupt, an indebted F?rat falls for a singer at a yoga retreat and joins her on a journey of self-realization.

June 21

  • The Future Of… — A Shawn Levy-produced docuseries about the future of technology.
  • Joel Kim Booster: Psychosexual — Stand-up special.

June 22

  • Love & Gelato — A romantic movie starring Robin Tunney.
  • The Umbrella Academy Season 3 — The third season of the popular superhero series. You can read our reviews of the first two seasons here and here.
  • Bruna Louise: Demolition — Comedy special.
  • The Hidden Lives of Pets — Docuseries about pets.
  • Snowflake Mountain — Ten spoiled “snowflakes” take part in a wilderness retreat in a new reality series.

June 23

  • Best of the Festival — Highlights of the Netflix is a Joke festival.
  • First Class — Step into the lives of a group of wealthy friends from Barcelona who share a love of over-the-top fashion, luxurious parties and exclusive events.
  • Queen — Dumped by her fiancé, a sheltered young woman decides to go on her honeymoon to Europe alone, embarking on an exhilarating journey of self-discovery.

June 24

  • Money Heist: Korea — Joint Economic Area — a Korean remake of Money Heist.
  • Man Vs Bee — A short comedy series starring Rowan Atkinson.
  • Angry Birds: Summer Madness — Animated film sequel.
  • The Man From Toronto — Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson star in a mistaken identity action-comedy from Sony.

June 27

  • Cafe Minamdang — A new weekly k-drama series airing Monday and Tuesday.
  • Chip and Potato: Chip’s Holiday — Animated kids special.

June 28

  • Cristela Alonzo: Middle Classy — Stand-up special.
  • Blasted  — Norwegian sci-fi comedy. When an alien invasion interrupts a bachelor party, two childhood friends reunite as the kick-a*s laser tag duo they once were to fight back.

June 29

  • The Upshaws (Season 2) — Second season of this Multicam sitcom.
  • Beauty — A young singer on the brink of a promising career finds herself torn between a domineering family, industry pressures and her love for her girlfriend.
  • Extraordinary Attorney Woo — New weekly k-drama airing Wednesday and Thursday.
  • Pirate Gold of Adak Island — Documentary series about trying to unearth legendary pirate treasure.

June 30

  • B*****d!! – Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy — Anime series.

That’s everything that’s coming to Netflix in June 2022, not including a plethora of licensed content. You can check out all of this content and plenty more besides with a subscription to Netflix.

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