Best Movies and Shows Coming to US Streaming Services in June 2024

There are loads of movies and shows coming to US streaming services in June 2024.

But how do you sift through the content to discover what’s worth your time? Easy! We have looked through the schedules for all US streamers, including Netflix, Disney+, Prime Video, Max, Hulu, Peacock, Paramount Plus, Apple TV+, and Shudder, and highlighted everything that we think is worth watching. 

Check out our top picks below and then keep scrolling for our other picks for the best movies and shows on US streaming services in June.

Please note: We intend to add to this list over the coming days, so bookmark this page for regular updates. 


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The Acolyte – Season 1

Release Date: June 4

Where To Watch: Disney+

Are you ready for more adventures in that galaxy far, far away? If so, you might want to check out this 8-episode series that premieres on June 4. 

The story revolves around a respected Jedi Master who meets a dangerous warrior from the past while investigating a shocking crime spree. 

Amandla Stenberg, Dafne Keen, Jodie Turner-Smith, and Carrie-Ann Moss star in this tale that is set at the end of the High Republic era, approximately 100 years before Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace.


Hit Man (2024)

Release Date: June 7

Where To Watch: Netflix

Richard Linklater’s latest film stars Glenn Powell as an undercover hitman who breaks protocol when he comes to the aid of a woman who is fleeing her abusive husband. 

Critics applauded this film when it premiered at Sundance, with one reviewer calling it Linklater’s best film since Boyhood. Be sure to have this one in your sights when it debuts on Netflix this month.


Presumed Innocent – Limited Series

Release Date: June 12

Where To Watch: Apple TV+

Jake Gyllenhaal stars in this 8-episode series based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Scott Turow.

Gyllenhaal takes the lead role of chief deputy prosecutor Rusty Sabich who is suspected of a horrific murder. Did he do it? If you’ve seen the 1990 movie with Harrison Ford as Sabich, you’ll already have an idea of how this series might play out.

Ruth Negga, Bill Camp, Elizabeth Marvel, and Peter Sarsgaard also star in this thriller that explores obsession, sex, politics, and the power and limits of love.


Brats (2024)

Release Date: June 13

Where To Watch: Hulu

Demi Moore, Andrew McCarthy, Rob Lowe, Ally Sheedy, and Emilio Estevez, are just a few of those interviewed for this documentary that centres on the ‘Brat Pack’ films of the 1980s and their impact on the then-young actors’ lives. 


Remembering Gene Wilder (2024)

Release Date: June 13

Where To Watch: Netflix

Gene Wilder, the star of such classic films as Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Blazing Saddles, Stir Crazy, and The Woman in Red, is the subject of this special tribute documentary that honors his life and career.


Marmalade (2024)

Release Date: June 21

Where To Watch: Hulu

Stranger Things actor Joe Keery stars in this enjoyable crime comedy about a man who unwittingly becomes involved in a bank heist that leads to his arrest and prison sentence. There’s more to the story than meets the eye, however, so expect lots of twists and turns in this entertaining movie.

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Supacell – Season 1

Release Date: June 27

Where To Watch: Netflix

A group of ordinary people from South London develop extraordinary superpowers in this exciting new six-part drama series from Blue Story creator Rapman.


WondLa – Season 1

Release Date: June 28

Where To Watch: Apple TV+

The first instalment of this new animated trilogy arrives on this date with a seven-episode first season. 

The series centres around a teenage girl named Eva who lives in a state-of-the-art underground bunker with Muthr, her robot caretaker. On her 16th birthday, an attack on Eva’s bunker forces her onto the Earth’s surface, which is inhabited by aliens and covered with otherworldly fauna.

Here she meets Otto, a giant waterbear with telepathic powers, and Rovender, a cantankerous alien with a troubled past. The story follows Eva and her new companions as she embarks on a dangerous quest to find humans, her home and her true destiny.

 


Notable Additions


June 1

Cold Copy (2024) – Netflix

Bel Powley and Jacob Tremblay star in this crime thriller about an ambitious journalism student who falls under the thrall of a cutthroat newspaper reporter. 

June 3

I.S.S. (2023) – Paramount+

Ariana DeBose and Chris Messina star in this sci-fi thriller set aboard an International Space Station.

June 4

Let the Canary Sing (2024) – Paramount+

Music documentary focussing on the life and career of Cyndi Lauper.

Mean Girls (2024) – Prime Video

Musical remake of the classic 90s comedy. 

June 5

How To Rob A Bank (2024) – Netflix

True-crime documentary about a Seattle man who pulled off a series of robberies in the 1990s.

Under Paris (2024) – Netflix

There’s a shark on the loose at the 2024 World Triathlon Championships in this French thriller. 

June 6

Queer Planet: Season 1 – Peacock

An eye-opening documentary that explores the rich diversity of animal sexuality.

June 7

Becoming Karl Lagerfeld: Limited Series – Hulu

Daniel Brühl stars in this biographical drama about the rise of German fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld and his rivalry with Yves Saint Laurent’s partner Pierre Berge.

Big City Greens the Movie: Spacecation (2024) – Disney+

This feature-length spin-off to the popular animated series follows Cricket and his family as they volunteer for an experimental farming mission in space.

Fantasmas: Season 1 – Max

New comedy series starring Alex Hammerli, Emma Stone, and Steve Buscemi, about a man’s search for a lost oyster earring.

June 13

The Boys: Season 4 – Prime Video

Expect more crazy and violent action in this fourth season of the acclaimed comic book show. 

June 14

Ultraman: Rising (2024) – Netflix

Animated action adventure about a superstar basketball player who becomes the next person to take on the mantle of Ultraman.

June 17

Cult Massacre: One Day in Jonestown – Hulu

On 18 November 1978, in the Guyanese commune of Jonestown, 918 people either committed suicide or were forcibly killed. This new documentary tells the story of that fateful day and explores the idealistic religious movement led by cult leader Jim Jones that ended in the mass casualty event.

June 18

Oppenheimer (2023) – Prime Video

Christopher Nolan’s Oscar-nominated film stars Cillian Murphy as American scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer, the man who had a pivotal role in the development of the atomic bomb.

Outstanding: A Comedy Revolution (2024) – Netflix

Documentary exploring the history of LGBTQ+ stand-up comedy. 

June 19

Black Barbie: A Documentary (2024) – Netflix

The story behind the making of the first Black Barbie.

Kleks Academy (2024) – Netflix

Polish fantasy about a teenage girl who ends up at a mysterious academy where anything is possible.

June 21

Bread & Roses (2024) – Apple TV+

This new documentary from renowned director Sahra Mani offers a powerful window into the impact the fall of Kabul to the Taliban had on women’s rights and livelihoods.

June 24

Trigger Warning (2024) – Netflix

Action thriller starring Jessica Alba as a Special Forces Commando who takes on a violent gang running rampant in her hometown.

June 25

One South: Portrait of a Psych Unit – Max

Documentary series about an inpatient psychiatric unit at Zucker Hillside Hospital in Queens, NY, that specializes in treating young adults in crisis.

June 26

Land of Women: Season 1 – Apple TV+

A new comedy-drama starring Eva Longoria as Gala, a New York empty nester whose life is turned upside down when she discovers her husband’s financial improprieties.

June 27

My Lady Jane: Season 1 – Prime Video

An irreverent take on the life of Lady Jane Grey that doesn’t stick too closely to the history books. 

June 28

A Family Affair (2024) – Netflix

Joey King, Zac Efron, and Nicole Kidman star in this romantic comedy that grapples with complications of love, sex, and identity.

Champions (2023) – Peacock

Absolutely delightful comedy starring Woody Harrellson as a disgraced minor-league basketball coach who turns his life around when he manages a team of young people with intellectual disabilities. 

Fancy Dance (2024) – Apple TV+

Lily Gladstone stars as a young Indigenous woman who searches for her missing sister while helping her niece prepare for an upcoming powwow. 


The Best Of The Rest


June 1

A Fantastic Woman (2017) – Peacock

The Batman (2022) – Hulu

June 2

Mayor of Kingstown: Season 3 – Paramount+

June 4

Erased: WW2s Heros of Color: Season 1 – Hulu/Disney+

Marlon Wayans: Good Grief – Prime Video

The Real Red Tails – Hulu

June 6

Am I OK? (2022) – Max

Counsel Culture (2024) – Prime Video

Perfect Days (2023) – Hulu

Power of the Dream (2024) – Prime Video

Sweet Tooth: Season 3 – Netflix

June 7

The 51st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards – Paramount+

Doctor Who: Rogue – Disney+

Queenie: Season 1 – Hulu

Summer Qamp (2023) – Peacock

June 9

2024 LA Pride Parade: Livestream – Hulu

June 14

Cocaine Bear (2023) – Peacock

Exhuma (2024) – Shudder

Doctor Who: The Legend of Ruby Sunday – Disney+

Joko Anwar’s Nightmares and Daydreams: Season 1 – Netflix

June 15

I Kissed a Boy: Season 1 – Hulu

June 16

The 77th Annual Tony Awards – Paramount+

June 19

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (2022) – Peacock

June 20

AMERICA’S SWEETHEARTS: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Season 1 – Netflix

The Accidental Twins (2024) – Netflix

Federer: Five Final Days (2024) – Prime Video

Perfect Wife: The Mysterious Disappearance of Sherri Papini – Hulu

June 21

Aftersun (2021) – Netflix

Doctor Who: Empire of Death – Disney+

Gangs of Galicia: Season 1 – Netflix

June 24

Out of Darkness (2022) – Paramount+

June 25

I Am: Celine Dion – Prime Video

June 27

The Bear – Season 3 – Hulu

June 28

The Devil’s Bath (2024) – Shudder


What will you be streaming in June 2024? Let us know in the comments below. 

 

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