This article discusses what’s coming to Netflix in June 2023.
Welcome to our monthly rundown of what’s coming to Netflix in June 2023. 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 2023?
A Beautiful Life — When a young fisherman with a hidden talent gets discovered by a music producer, he must decide if he’s ready to open himself up to stardom — and love.
LEGO Ninjago: Dragons Rising — Two teenagers from different worlds use their newly discovered Ninja powers to defend dragons from villains who want to use their life-force for evil.
The Days — Blamed by some, hailed as heroes by others, those involved with Fukushima Daiichi face a deadly, invisible threat — an unprecedented nuclear disaster.
Manifest (Season 4, Part 2) — When a plane mysteriously lands years after takeoff, the people onboard return to a world that has moved on without them and face strange new realities.
Vortex — Futuristic French crime drama with a time travel twist.
Missed Connections — After an unforgettable encounter, a hopeless romantic turns to an app to seek out a man she just met — but is he really what she’s looking for?
Rich in Love 2 — When Paula leaves Rio de Janeiro to resume her work as a volunteer doctor in the Amazon, Teto hatches an impulsive plan to follow her — and chaos ensues.
Scoop — The shocking murder of a journalist thrusts a leading crime reporter into a nexus of police, media and the Mumbai underworld as she fights for justice.
Valeria (Season 3) — A writer in creative and marital crises finds support from three friends, who are also discovering themselves. Based on the novels by Elísabet Benavent.
Barracude Queens — When they fall deep into debt, a group of young women in an affluent Stockholm suburb turns to robbing their neighbors’ houses. Inspired by real events.
My Little Pony: Make Your Mark — Music and magic return as the ponies learn more about the power of their Cutie Marks. But a crafty villain is waiting in the wings with an evil plot!
Arnold — This intimate docuseries follows Arnold Schwarzenegger’s multifaceted life and career, from bodybuilding champ to Hollywood icon to politician.
Love Is Blind: Brazil (Season 3) — The dating experiment comes to Brazil as local singles look for true love and get engaged, all without meeting the other person face to face.
Never Have I Ever (Season 4) — After a traumatic year, a first-generation Indian-American teenager wants to improve her status at school, but friends, family, and feelings don’t make it easy on her.
Tour De France: Unchained — Through tears and triumph, this series follows several cycling teams as they compete in the 2022 installment of the world’s most grueling bike race.
The Playing Card Killer — A playing card left at a murder scene connects a string of killings in this docuseries tracking a notorious serial killer who terrorized Spain in 2003.
Bloodhounds — Two young boxers band together with a benevolent moneylender to take down a ruthless loan shark who preys on the financially desperate.
Human Resources (Season 2) — Lovebugs, Hormone Monsters and a parade of other creatures juggle romance, workplace drama and their human clients’ needs in this “Big Mouth” spinoff.
Tex Mex Motors — Junkers turn into jewels when they’re in the hands of these pros, who bring cars from Mexico to El Paso for radical restorations.
This World Can’t Tear Me Down — When an old friend returns to the neighbourhood, Zerocalcare wants to help him find his place back in the world.
You Do You — Merve chose the bohemian life, but it didn’t choose her back. Faced with eviction, she starts a new job — and stumbles into a spicy setup with her boss.
The Wonder Weeks — Zany comedy about three different couples.
Amy Schumer: Emergency Contact — Stand-up comedy special.
Our Planet II — This docuseries follows billions of animals across the globe as they make astonishing seasonal migration journeys amid the dangers of climate change.
The Surrogacy — When a woman of humble origins is coerced into surrogacy, she becomes entangled with an affluent family who will protect their reputation at all costs.
Black Mirror Season 6 – the long-awaited anthology series RETURNS with the most highly anticipated season yet.
Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King — As a lionhearted boy who can’t wield magic strives for the title of Wizard King, four banished Wizard Kings of yore return to crush the Clover Kingdom.
Extraction 2 — Back from the brink of death, highly skilled commando Tyler Rake takes on another dangerous mission: saving the imprisoned family of a ruthless gangster.
See You in My 19th Life — Ban Ji-Eum, who can remember all her past lives, sets out to reconnect with a lost love from her 18th life, which was cut tragically short.
King the Land — Graceful, charismatic, intelligent, and chic, the heir of King Group Goo Won has everything but memories of his mother. In an attempt to recover his memory, he returns to King Hotel.
Take Care Of Maya — As a medical team tries to understand 10-year-old Maya Kowalski’s rare illness, they begin to question her parents. Suddenly, Maya is in state custody – despite a family desperate to bring their daughter home.
Not Quite Narwhal — Not Quite Narwhal follows curious and fun-loving Kelp, who has always believed he’s a narwhal like the rest of his family under the sea, until the day he makes the most amazing discovery – he’s actually a unicorn.
85 South: Ghetto Legends — DC Young Fly, Karlous Miller and Chico Bean bring their hit podcast to the stage for a one-of-a-kind comedy event where nothing and no one is off limits.
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Break Point (Season 2) — A behind-the-scenes look at the lives of top tennis players as they travel across the globe for all four Grand Slams and the ATP and WTA tours.
Let’s Get Divorced — A rookie politician and his ambitious film actress wife struggle with their marriage life and decide to split up. However, their parents and agents don’t allow them to do it. But the couple are highly optimistic about getting a divorce and getting on with their lives.
Sleeping Dog — A fallen top police officer and an aspiring young public prosecutor have two very different motives for opening a closed murder case. But when they do, it turns out to be Pandora’s box.
Glamorous — Marco Mejia, a young gender non-conforming queer man whose life seems to be stuck in place until he lands a job working for legendary makeup mogul Madolyn Addison.
Skull Island — Shipwrecked in the South Pacific, a group of explorers encounter a menagerie of fearsome creatures — including the giant ape who rules the island: Kong.
iNumber Number: Jozy Gold — Bad meets bad: undercover detective Chili (S’dumo Mtshali) and Hyena Man (Bongile Mantsai) face off in iNumber Number: Jozi Gold.
The Perfect Find — A fashion editor’s career comeback hits a snag when she learns the charming young stranger she kissed at a party is her new coworker — and her boss’ son.
Pokemon Ultimate Journeys: The Series — Ash and Goh chase their goals — and embark on more amazing adventures — as their journey through the wild world of Pokémon continues.
Through My Window: Across the Sea — After a year of long-distance, Raquel and Ares reunite on a steamy beach trip. Faced with fresh flirtations and insecurities, will their love prevail?
King of Clones
Catching Killers (Season 3) — The investigators behind infamous serial killer cases reveal the harrowing, chilling details of their extraordinary efforts in this true crime series.
Make Me Believe
Run Rabbit Run — A single mother grows increasingly unsettled by her young daughter’s claims to have memories of another life, stirring up their family’s painful past.
El Dorado: Everything the Nazis Hate — A glittery nightclub in 1920s Berlin becomes a haven for the queer community in this documentary exploring the freedoms lost amid Hitler’s rise to power.
Delete – a highly anticipated Thai series
Muscles & Mayhem: An Unauthorized Story of American Gladiators – Netflix documentary series
Ooku: The Inner Chambers — Anime adaptation of the popular manga.
The Witcher (Season 3, Volume 1) — Geralt of Rivia, a mutated monster-hunter for hire, journeys toward his destiny in a turbulent world where people often prove more wicked than beasts.
Nimona — A knight is framed for a crime he didn’t commit, and the only person who can help him prove his innocence is Nimona, a shape-shifting teen who might also be a monster he’s sworn to kill.
Is it Cake, Too? (Season 2) — Some of the world’s most talented bakers compete to create hyper-realistic cakes that look exactly like everyday objects.
Celebrity — Rising star Park Gyu-young leads this scandalous drama directed by Cannes-nominated Kim Cheol-kyu.
That’s everything original that’s coming to Netflix in June 2023, not including a plethora of licensed content. You can check out all of this content and plenty more with a subscription to Netflix.