Another month has passed since the release of Stranger Things Season 4, Part 1 on Netflix. While the second half of the much-anticipated new season won’t premiere until July, there are still plenty more Netflix titles that will be added to our watchlists in June.
We’ll have to wait a few weeks for our next Stranger Things Fix, but two other popular Netflix shows, The Umbrella Academy and Peaky Blinders are set to premiere new seasons in June. Aside from these shows, there is a slew of new series debuting.
Is every Netflix show set to premiere in June 2022, however, worth adding to your queue? You may need to skip a few episodes to make place for the priority titles, and we’ll break down the ones you should watch this month.
Netflix’s top series in June 2022
Let’s take a look at the greatest Netflix shows set to premiere in June 2022, as well as the ones we’re not so convinced about.
Season 6 of Peaky Blinders
Watch! Although Season 6 of Peaky Blinders has already been broadcast in the United Kingdom, the final season of the fan-favorite crime thriller will premiere on Netflix on June 10 in the United States and around the world. See how the series concludes before the next feature picks up the tale.
Watch! Is there a gay vampire coming-of-age story in the works? What’s not to like about this? If you like the Vampire Diaries, but I’ve always wanted to add a bit more from the first kill in the series. Juliette (Sarah Catherine Hook) falls in love with vampire slayer Calliope as she prepares for her first kill (Imani Lewis). On June 10th, get a taste of the new series!
Iron Chef: The Search for an Iron Legend is a game about a search for an iron legend.
Watch! You know you’ve missed Iron Chef, and there’s good news for lovers of the legendary Food Network show: Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend is returning to Netflix. We’ve never seen a Netflix culinary competition series quite like this one, and when it premieres on June 15, the new Iron Chef will undoubtedly heat up the summer.
God’s favorite bumbling idiot
Skip! Melissa McCarthy is back on Netflix with her latest effort, a new comedy series titled God’s Favorite Idiot. McCarthy appears in the episode with her husband, Ben Falcone, as a tech support person who transforms into a divine messenger. For McCarthy fans, the series is a must-see, but others may choose to skip it when it starts on June 15.
Season 3 of The Umbrella Academy
Watch! The Umbrella Academy returns with its highly anticipated third season after over two years of anticipation following the release of season 2 in July 2020. The new episodes pick up where the last season left off, with the Sparrows battling the Umbrellas. It’s without a doubt the summer’s most anticipated new release, and it arrives on June 22.
Korea’s Joint Economic Area has been robbed of money.
Watch! If you like the Spanish criminal drama Money Heist, you’ll want to keep an eye out for Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area, which premieres on June 24. The new show is a replica of the famous Netflix original, and it stars Park Hae-soo from Squid Game. This summer, don’t miss all 12 episodes!
Movies to skip in June
Spiderhead is available on Netflix. 17th of June
Is it true that I adore Miles Teller and Chris Hemsworth? Yes, However, because Netflix’s action flicks are so hit or miss, and because the weekend of June 17th has so many movies coming out, this looks like an easy skip that I’ll catch up on later.
On Apple TV+ on June 17th, Cha Cha Real Smooth will premiere.
Everyone praised Cha Cha Real Smooth when it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2022. However, while the film is enjoyable, I do not believe it lives up to the anticipation. Dakota Johnson is fantastic in the picture, but you should watch Good Luck, Leo Grande, instead.
Lightyear: The Adventures of Buzz Lightyear opens in theatres on June 17th.
It’ll raise quite a controversy if I put this on the list, but that’s fine. I’m looking forward to seeing Lightyear, but I’m also apprehensive. If I sit here and wonder to myself, “Did we really need a Lightyear film?” It would be simple for me to say no. It’s not that I don’t think it’ll be good; it’s just that I don’t think it’s a MUST SEE.