What’s streaming in June 2022? Here are RSC’s highlights

May 16, 2022
Jonathon Wilson 0

The Streaming Wars are a neverending conflict for digital supremacy, and month after the month the battle is heating up, with ever-more services entering the arena and sending their most noteworthy troops to the frontline. With Netflix hemorrhaging subscribers and stock value, Paramount+ imminently rolling out in the UK, and more money than ever being invested in small-screen productions, there has never been a better time than now to be a fan of film and TV that you can access at the push of a bottom (and the cost of a monthly subscription.) But with so much content out there, how are you supposed to separate the wheat from the chaff? Well, that’s where we come in. Here’s what’s streaming in June 2022, organized into our personal highlights by platform.

We also have individual articles detailing the full original release schedule for all major platforms, including:


Amazon Prime Video

Apple TV+




HBO and HBO Max

What’s streaming in June 2022? The RSC highlights


Interceptor, streaming June 3

An action movie directed and co-written by Australian author Matthew Reilly.

Hustle, streaming June 8

The new Adam Sandler movie, this one about a basketball scout who discovers a new street baller.

First Kill, streaming June 10

A horror series about a vampire falling in love with a vampire hunter. Virtually guaranteed to be a hit.

Spiderhead, streaming June 17

A new action thriller set in the near-future starring Chris Hemsworth and Miles Teller.

The Umbrella Academy Season 3, streaming June 22

The third season of the popular superhero series. You can read our reviews of the first two seasons here and here.

Amazon Prime Video

The Boys, streaming June 3

By far Amazon’s biggest release of the month is the hotly-anticipated third season of The Boys. You can check out our comprehensive coverage of the first two seasons by clicking these words.

Apple TV+

Physical Season 2, streaming June 3

The second season of the underrated dramedy starring Rose Byrne as a meek housewife who discovers herself through aerobics. Our first season coverage is available here.

For All Mankind Season 3, streaming June 10

The third season of the alt-history drama in which the Soviet Union beat the United States to the moon.


Ms Marvel, streaming June 8

The MCU expands once again with the origin story of Kamala Khan, aka Ms. Marvel, a nerdy Muslim American teen who develops super-stretchy superpowers of her own. After the success of Hawkeye and Moon Knight, Marvel will be hoping to continue their run of small-screen success.


The Orville: New Horizons, streaming June 2

Seth McFarlane’s Star Trek spoof/homage moves to Hulu for its third season (complete with a new subtitle) and will include the final performance of the late Norm Macdonald.

Love, Victor Season 3, streaming June 15

The third and final season of Hulu’s acclaimed teen drama, inspired by and set in the same universe as 2018’s Love, Simon. You can check out all of our coverage by clicking these words.

Only Murders in the Building Season 2, streaming June 28

One of last year’s most popular shows returns with an all-star cast for another outing. You can check out all our coverage of Season 1 by clicking these words.


Evil Season 3, streaming June 12

The third season of the horror-thriller, Kristin and David deal with what happened in the end of season two as well with the “Entity,” the Catholic church’s espionage element. While Ben seeks help from his sister.

Players, streaming June 16

The latest mockumentary series from the team behind American Vandal is set in the world of esports and follows a (fictional) League of Legends team led by the cranky veteran Creamcheese, who clashes with the team’s newest recruit, 17-year-old Organizm, as the team strives to finally win its first championship after several near misses.

HBO and HBO Max

The Janes, streaming June 8

A timely documentary from Emma Pildes and Tia Lessin looks at the Jane Collective, an underground Chicago-based group that provided over 11,000 illegal abortions prior to the Roe v. Wade ruling.

Westworld Season 4, streaming June 26

HBO’s acclaimed sci-fi/mystery series returns for its fourth season after its previous two outings received mixed receptions. Nevertheless, this remains one of HBO’s biggest releases in June.

Those are our personal highlights of what’s streaming in June 2022.