Netflix has a slew of new content available for streaming this June, and it’s sure to provide the perfect viewing experience to kick off your summer. While it’s always difficult to say goodbye to titles going in the coming month, you won’t be sad for long once you see the excellent lineup of Netflix Original shows coming to the platform to take their place. Netflix’s eclectic and fun June 2022 premieres are guaranteed to have something for everyone, from brand new titles to long-awaited continuations of fan favorites.
The streamer is gearing up to help you celebrate the new month with premieres of highly anticipated new seasons of hit shows from a variety of genres (so there’s truly something for everyone), including The Umbrella Academy, Peaky Blinders, and The Upshaw’s.
‘The Umbrella Academy’: Season 3
This much-loved superhero adventure-comedy series is an original production from Netflix, and its highly-anticipated third season has finally here. Viktor Hargreeves, formerly known as Vanya, is introduced in The Umbrella Academy: Season 3 as a character who, in the span of just two seasons, went from being the only Hargreeves sibling without superpowers to becoming powerful enough to inadvertently bring about the end of the world. Page plays the role of Viktor Hargreeves.
They all find themselves in a new, altered timeline that has arisen after preventing a mass apocalyptic event in 1963, leaving them to come to grips with the new world in which they exist, where an alternate version of their family called The Sparrow Academy seems determined to get in their way.
Therefore, it is safe to say that we can expect plenty of excitement from Viktor this season, as well as from the rest of the cast, as they all find themselves in a new, altered timeline that has arise The latest season of The Umbrella Academy not only brings back characters that are beloved by the audience but also introduces a large number of intriguing new characters, so fans should get excited since there is a lot to like about this installment of this incredible series.
‘Peaky Blinders’: Season 6
Since this is the last season of Peaky Blinders, everything is building up to a climactic showdown. Four years after the Shelby family suffers a devastating loss, the epic crime-drama series that is an original production of Netflix and is about a mafia family in 1900s England picks up with them.
As a result of the end of the Prohibition Era, Tommy (Murphy) has been forced to engage in the opium trade, which has required him to form an alliance with some of his most bitter adversaries. Murphy, Anderson, Claflin, Hardy, and Graham are among the cast members, both returning and new, who will bring it all home with one last gothic and dark story to give this amazing series the send-off it deserves. This story will bring everything full circle.
‘Man Vs Bee’
In this nearly dialogue-free Netflix Original comedy series, a man (Atkinson) finds himself in a battle with a bee while housesitting at a luxurious mansion (this is pure slapstick, people; this is the man behind Mr. Bean, after all). In the series, Atkinson plays the role of a man who is housesitting at the mansion. Who will come out on top, and how much irreversible harm will be caused as a result of this conflict? Find out in this mouthwatering yet dangerous game of Man vs. Bee.
‘The Upshaws’: Season 2, Part 1
This season of the comedy series centred on families will bring us back together with the Upshaw clan. In case you forgot, Bennie Upshaw (Epps), the head of a Black working class family based in Indianapolis, is a charming, well-intentioned mechanic and lifelong mess who is just trying his best to take care of his family — his wife and matriarch Regina (Kim Fields), their two young daughters Spraggins, Christine, and firstborn son (Simon), as well as the teenage son (Lyons) he fathered with another woman ( However, the Upshaws are resolved to make things work and to develop and succeed as a cohesive unit throughout their lives as a family.
The Upshaw family continues to experience the ups and downs of life in the first half of the second season of this Netflix original series. They deal with everything from new loves and old flames to big dreams and major life changes, as well as the traditional drama and special moments that come with being a family.
This horror mystery drama is a novel LGBTQ+ twist on the popular vampire love stories of the 2000s that are reminiscent of Twilight. The story is based on a short story by author V.E. Schwab of the same name. Calliope (Lewis) and Juliette (Hook) are two young women who fall in love in an unexpected manner in the film First Kill: Juliette comes from a long heritage of vampires and needs to find her first human victim in order to come of age as a full-fledged vampire, whereas Calliope comes from generations of monster slayers and must hunt a vampire in order to officially earn her stripes in her family trade.
Calliope must hunt a vampire in order to officially earn her stripes in her family trade. When they run into one other, they are both seeking for their first kill, but instead of that, sparks fly, and a thrilling forbidden supernatural romance begins to develop between them.
spriggan is a Japanese-language Netflix Original anime series that is adapted from the manga series of the same name by Hiroshi Takashige and Ryji Minagawa (and has also been known as Striker). In the manga series, an ancient extraterrestrial civilization’s relics on Earth have frightening abilities. Agents of the Spriggan race working for the ARCAM corporation are tasked with preventing them from falling into the wrong hands.
It may be animated, but this is undeniably an exciting action-adventure series that viewers of all ages can enjoy (in fact, it’s probably more suitable for adults than young children due to the amount of action and violence), so keep an eye out for SPRIGGAN if you’re looking for a viewing experience that will give you a rush of adrenaline this June.
God’s Favorite Idiot
In the new apocalyptic workplace comedy series God’s Favorite Idiot, a mid-level tech support employee named Clark Thompson (played by Falcone) falls in love with a co-worker named Amily Luck (played by McCarthy) at the same time that he unwittingly becomes the messenger of God.
God’s Favorite Idiot is produced by Falcone and McCarthy (as one does). Now, in order to forestall the coming of the end of the world, it is incumbent upon Clark to fulfil his role as a messenger for the Lord. There is no obligation of any kind.
Alchemy of Souls
Fans of Korean drama should brace themselves because Netflix is about to release the ideal original Korean romantic drama series to kick off your streaming activities during the summer. The novel Alchemy of Souls tells the story of a strong sorceress who inhabits the body of a blind lady. During the course of the story, she meets a man from a prominent family who seeks her assistance in altering the course of his life. Is it possible for two magicians to fall in love while they struggle against the odds to alter their destinies?
Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey
In 2008, law enforcement conducted a raid at the Yearning for Zion Ranch in West Texas, which garnered attention from around the world as a result of the shocking evidence of sexual, physical, and psychological abuse that was discovered during the raid. In addition, over 400 children were taken into custody as a result of the raid. This chilling original documentary series produced by Netflix offers viewers an in-depth look at the polygamous Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS) sect and the rise of self-proclaimed prophet Warren Jeffs. The series is comprised of four parts and can be viewed on Netflix.
The documentary Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey includes historical material that has never been seen before as well as shocking personal anecdotes from some of the courageous women and men who escaped Jeffs’ grip. This is a story about tremendous bravery and resiliency in the face of a dictatorial cult leader whose crimes included polygamy, sexual abuse, statutory rape, and mass brainwashing. The head of the cult was responsible for all of these atrocities.
You Don’t Know Me
You Don’t Know Me is a crime-drama television series that is adapted from the 2017 novel of the same name written by Imran Mahmood. The series follows a young man from South London who is facing charges of murder.
Nevertheless, despite the fact that the evidence is stacked against him and points toward his guilt, he uses his closing argument to share his story in his own words, proclaiming his innocence while simultaneously telling an incredible love saga about a mysterious woman whom he adores and who he would do anything to save and protect.