Netflix Adding 20 New Movies And Shows This Week – Check Out The Updated List!

Netflix Adding 20 New Movies And Shows This Week

Netflix has added a slew of new movies and episodes to its repertoire in the first week of June. It’s also about vampires and vampire hunters this week, as well as Adam Sandler as a basketball scout and the final season of a British mobster family.

Netflix is leading the way with great and unique new material such as Netflix Original films Hustle and Spiderhead, as well as Netflix Original series Peaky Blinders: Season 6 and The Umbrella Academy: Season 3, and much more,

Here’s The List:

*Netflix Film: Hustle (released June 8)

Netflix Adding 20 New Movies And Shows This Week

Stanley Sugarman (Adam Sandler) is a down-on-his-luck basketball scout who meets Bo Cruz (Juancho Hernández) while in Spain and views the remarkable athlete as his path back to success and acceptability in the NBA.

Things turn ugly, though, when Stanley invites Bo back to play for his squad without the consent of the players or the company. Hustle is a sports comedy-drama starring Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez, Queen Latifah, Robert Duvall, and Ben Foster, as well as real-life NBA players Anthony Edwards, Kyle Lowry, and Tray Young.

In this slam-dunk of a Netflix Film launching exclusively on the platform this month, see them all kill it.

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Season 6 of Peaky Blinders

Netflix Adding 20 New Movies And Shows This Week

Peaky Blinders is in its last season, and everything is coming to a head. The Shelbys are picked up four years after they suffered a devastating loss in the epic Netflix Original crime drama series about a criminal family in 1900s England.

The end of Prohibition forces Tommy (Cillian Murphy) to shift to the opium trade, forcing him to team up with his deadliest foes in the process.

Murphy, Paul Anderson, Sam Claflin, Tom Hardy, and Stephen Graham are among the returning and new cast members that will bring the series to a close with one more gothic, dark narrative to give it the send-off it deserves.

First Kill

Netflix Adding 20 New Movies And Shows This Week

First Kill will premiere on Netflix on Friday, June 10, 2022, and recounts the story of a youthful vampire who falls in love with a vampire hunter. The series is based on a short tale by V.E. Schwab, and after reading it, I’m really looking forward to seeing it.

Juliette, a vampire, and Calliope, a vampire hunter, star in the eight-episode series. They’re each going to make their first kill, but their first kills may turn out to be each other. What happens, though, when they fall in love? It would be an understatement to say their parents are dissatisfied.

The film was released on June 5th.

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New Shows On Netflix This Week

Straight Up

James Sweeney wrote, produced, and directed Straight Up a 2019 indie film. Katie Findlay, Dana Drori, James Scully, Tracie Thoms, Betsy Brandt, and Randall Park co-star with Sweeney.

The film was released on June 6th.

Season 2 Action Pack *NETFLIX FAMILY

William Harper created ‘Action Pack,’ a preschool computer-animated children’s streaming television series developed by Shea Fontana for Netflix.


Bill Burr, a Grammy Award nominee, will host Bill Burr Presents: Friends Who Kill, a new Netflix comedy program. The American stand-up comic will feature some of his notable fellow comedians on the show, which will premiere on Monday, June 6 at 3 a.m. ET.

The film was released on June 7th.

David Letterman’s Show: That’s My Time COMEDY ON NETFLIX

On June 7, 2022, Netflix will release That’s My Time With David Letterman, giving stand-up lovers something to look forward to this week. The show, which is hosted by David Letterman, showcases a number of young comedians who do a set before having a lighthearted talk with the legendary late-night presenter.

The film was released on June 8th.


Baby Fever, a new Danish Netflix series starring Josephine Park, is now available on Netflix. The six-part romantic comedy-drama revolves around Nana (Josephine Park), a fertility specialist, and the people she meets and treats.

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*NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY: Gladbeck: The Hostage Crisis

In August 1988, two armed bank robbers held German police at bay for 54 hours, resulting in a firefight and the deaths of three people.

*NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY: Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey

The emergence of Warren Jeffs in the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is examined in this docuseries.

On June 9th, the film was released.

*NETFLIX SERIES: Rhythm + Flow France

In a music competition series judged by Niska, Shay, and SCH, French rappers freestyle, duel and compose their way to a game-changing €100,000 prize.

*NETFLIX COMEDY *Stand Out: An LGBTQ+ Celebration

The film was released on June 10th.

*NETFLIX FILM’ Chickenhare and the Dark Hamster

Is it important what this children’s film is about? Just watch it with a title like that!

Monster in the Closet

Stephen Dunn wrote and directed Closet Monster, a 2015 Canadian drama film.

*NETFLIX COMEDY *Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget Tribute

During a night of laughter and song with Jim Carrey, Bob Saget’s friends and family pay tribute to the late comic.


Intimacy tells the story of a rising female politician whose political future is on the line.

Season 27 of Top Gear

Top Gear, a British motoring magazine and factual television show, is in its 27th season.

Season 28 of Top Gear

Top Gear, a British motorsport magazine and factual television show, aired its 28th season on BBC Two in the United Kingdom in 2020.


During the Rwandan genocide, four women from various origins form an unshakable sisterhood while imprisoned and in hiding. True incidents served as inspiration.


Vice, directed by Adam McKay, is an Oscar contender. The former SNL scribe wrote and directed the film.

On June 11th, the film was released.

Parental Guidance from Amy Schumer *NETFLIX COMEDY

In this show on family life, from the rigors of motherhood to the joys of remarriage, the American comedienne brings her favorite comedians to the stage.


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