Movies And Shows Coming To Netflix USA In June 2023

There is much to look forward to on Netflix this June, including Volume 1 of the third season of The Witcher, the Oscar-nominated movie To Leslie, and Extraction 2, which details the further adventures of mercenary-for-hire Tyler Rake (Chris Hemsworth).

Check out this month’s highlights below and then keep scrolling to take a look at some of the other titles landing on Netflix USA this June.

Please note: This list is correct at the time of writing but titles may be added (or removed) over the coming weeks.

June 1

A Beautiful Life (2023)

Danish singer Christopher stars in this new romantic drama as Elliott, a young fisherman with an extraordinary voice, who is given the chance of a lifetime when a high-profile music manager named Suzanne hears him sing at a party.

The Days – Limited Series

This 8-part Japanese series depicts the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident from 3 different perspectives: government officials, Tokyo Electric Power Company employees, and the people who put their lives on the line during this unprecedented nuclear disaster.

To Leslie (2022)

Andrea Riseborough received an Oscar nomination for her role in this heartbreaking movie. She stars as Leslie Rowlands, a West Texas woman who wins big on the local lottery but who then squanders her money on drugs and alcohol. She becomes destitute after alienating her family but is eventually given a second chance by her son. He offers to take her into his home under one provision: that she stops drinking.

Giving up the habit is easier said than done for the desperate Leslie but her life is turned around when she finds support from a caring motel owner named Sweeney (Marc Maron),

June 2

Vortex – Season 1

This fantasy drama garnered stellar ratings when it premiered in France so it’s little wonder Netflix were keen to snap it up for its streaming audiences. Tomer Sisley stars in this future-set tale as a police captain who stumbles upon a time warp that gives him the opportunity to communicate with Melanie (Camille Claris), the lost love of his life, who passed away 27 years previously in a tragic accident.

June 5

Barracuda Queens – Season 1

Swedish drama about a group of privileged teenage girls who decide to rob the homes of their rich neighbours when they fall into debt because of a huge party bill.

Living (2022)

Bill Nighy earned his well-deserved first Oscar nomination for his role in this British tearjerker about a humourless office worker in 1950s London who decides to ‘seize the day’ after being given a grim medical diagnosis. Aimee Lou Wood (Sex Education) and Alex Sharp (The Good Lord Bird) also star in this sad but very well-crafted weepie that may well make you reflect on the fragility of your own existence.

June 7

Arnold – Limited Series

If you recently watched and enjoyed FUBAR, the new action-comedy Netflix series starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as a retiring CIA operative, you might be interested in this 3-part documentary series which chronicles Arnie’s journey from his early life living in rural Austria to his acting and political career in America.

June 9

Bloodhounds – Season 1

Woo Do Hwan (My Country: The New Age), Lee Sang Yi (Prison Playbook), and Jung Da Eun (Second Life) star in this 8-episode K-drama about three daring youths who jump into the money-lending business as a means of paying off their debt.

The Wonder Weeks (2023)

Based on a novel written by Frank Plooij and Hetty van de Rijt, this new Danish movie follows three modern couples as they juggle relationships and demanding careers with the challenging terrain of parenthood.

June 16

Black Clover: Sword Of The Wizard King (2023)

Fans of the hit anime series Black Clover will want to check out this first feature film in the Black Clover franchise about the magically challenged Asta and his battle against Conrad Leto, a Wizard King who plans to use the “Imperial Sword” to take over the Clover Kingdom.

Extraction 2 (2023)

After barely surviving the events of the hit 2020 movie Extraction, Tyler Rake (Chris Hemsworth) is tasked with another dangerous mission: rescuing the family of a ruthless Georgian gangster from the prison where they are being held. When the extraction goes awry and the gangster dies in the heat of battle, the villain’s brother tracks down Rake to get his revenge.

The first movie was one of Netflix’s biggest hits so here’s hoping this second movie, in what could be a very profitable franchise for the streaming service, is just as good as the entertaining original.

June 17

King the Land – Season 1

Boy band member Lee Jun Ho stars in this new K-drama about Gu Win, a man with a brilliant mind and captivating grace but who lacks common sense when it comes to dating. Im Yoon Ah plays the role of Cheon Sa Rang, a woman with whom he hopes to make happy memories when she begins to work for King of the Land, the VVIP business lounge that is owned by his family.

See You in My 19th Life – Season 1

Based on the webcomic of the same name, this K-drama tells the story of Ban Ji Eum (Hye-Sun Shin), a young woman with an extraordinary ability: she can remember all of her past lives. After her 18th life is cut short by a tragic accident, she sets out to reconnect with the people she once knew, including a man named Moon Seo Ha (Ahn Bo-Hyun) whom she was previously in love with.

June 19

Take Care Of Maya

The shocking true story of Maya Kowalski, the 10-year-old girl who, in 2016, was separated from her parents and taken into custody, after her mother and father sought help from the medical team at John Hopkins All Children’s Hospital when she began to exhibit symptoms of a serious illness. This documentary sheds light on the flawed child welfare system in America and the legal battle that had devastating consequences for Maya and her family.

June 22

Sleeping Dog – Season 1

From the producers of the highly acclaimed miniseries Unorthodox comes this new German crime thriller about a former detective, now demoted and living on the streets, who opens a closed murder case when a fresh death raises his suspicions.

June 23

On the Line: The Richard Williams Story (2022)

With never before seen archive material and in-depth interviews, this documentary retraces the story of Richard Williams, the father of tennis superstars Venus and Serena, and his family’s journey from the poverty-stricken streets of Shreveport, Louisiana to the grass courts of Wimbledon.

The Perfect Find (2023)

Gabrielle Union (Cheaper by the Dozen) stars in this romantic comedy as a woman named Jenna who tries to make her fashion career comeback after a high-profile firing. All seems to be going well until she falls head over heels for a younger coworker who also happens to be her boss’s son! After putting everything on the line for her career, Jenna must decide whether it’s worth risking her job for this new man in her life, despite the generational divide.

Through My Window: Across the Sea (2023)

This first sequel to the 2022 movie Through My Window (an additional sequel is planned) continues the love story between Raquel (Clara Galle) and Ares (Julio Peña) whose seemingly unbreakable bond is threatened when their different life paths force them into a long-distance relationship. After a year of being apart, they meet up again one summer. But will they feel the same about each other after their period of separation?

June 28

Eldorado: Everything the Nazis Hate (2023)

Official synopsis: 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.

Run Rabbit Run (2023)

In this Australian horror movie, Sarah Snook stars as a mother whose daughter may or may not be possessed by the spirit of her dead sister. Is the little girl playing tricks on her mom? Or has she really been possessed by her aunt? Daina Reid (The Handmaid’s Tale) is at the helm of this promising new chiller.

June 29

The Witcher – Season 3 (Volume 1)

Henry Cavill resumes the role of Geralt of Rivia for the first set of episodes of Season 3. Four episodes will air on Netflix this June but we don’t have long to wait for the final four episodes, as Volume 2 will be released on July 27.

This instalment will follow Geralt as he takes Ciri into hiding and according to the teaser trailer for this new season, the character will, for the first time, “understand real fear.” Could this have something to do with the mysterious liquid that darkens his eyes in the trailer? Or the ghostly horsemen that are likely to send shivers down all of our spines? All will be revealed when this hit Netflix series returns.

June 30

Nimona (2023)

Based on the bestselling graphic novel sensation from ND Stevenson, this new animated sci-fi adventure movie tells the story of a shapeshifting teenager named Nimona (Chloë Grace Moretz) who is targeted by a knight named Ballister Blackheart (Riz Ahmed) for assassination.

Also Streaming…

June 1

About Last Night (2014)

Bruce Almighty (2003)

Dear John (2010)

Death at a Funeral (2007)

Dune (1984)

End of Days (1999)

Forever My Girl (2018)

Funny People (2009)

Groundhog Day (1993)

Hanna (2011)

Hook (1991)

How High (2001)

Jarhead (2005)

Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001)

Kicking and Screaming (2005)

LEGO Ninjago: Dragons Rising – Season 1

Magic Mike (2012)

Mean Girls (2004)

Mr. Peabody and Sherman (2014)

Nanny McPhee (2005)

Nanny McPhee Returns (2010)

Rise Of the Guardians (2012)

Spider-Man (2002)

Stuart Little (2000)

Stuart Little 2 (2002)

Surf’s Up (2007)

Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991)

The Choice (2016)

The Courier (2019)

The Five-Year Engagement (2012)

The Flash – Season 9

The Kingdom (2007)

The Mick – Seasons 1-2

The Ring (2002)

Unleashed (2005)

We’re The Millers (2013)

June 2

It’s Me Against You: The Mystery of Spellbound School – Season 1

Manifest – Season 4 (final episodes)

Rich in Love 2 (2023)

Scoop – Season 1

Valeria – Season 3

June 5

Ben 10 – Seasons 1-4

Stronger (2017)

June 6

My Little Pony: Make Your Mark – Chapter 4

Ordinary Men: The Forgotten Holocaust (2022)

June 7

Love Is Blind – Season 3

Tour de France: Unchained – Season 1

June 8

Never Have I Ever – Season 4

June 9

A Lot Like Love (2005)

Human Resources – Season 2

Tex Mex Motors – Season 1

The Playing Card Killer / Baraja: La Firma Del Asesino

This World Can’t Tear Me Down – Season 1

You Do You (2023)

June 12

Dunkirk (2017)

Tom and Jerry Tales – Seasons 1-2

June 13

Amy Schumer: Emergency Contact

June 14

Forged in Fire – Season 8

Married At First Sight – Season 13

Our Planet 2

The Surrogacy – Season 1

When Missing Turns to Murder – Season 1

June 15

Cold Case Files – Season 2

La Mala Familiar (2022)

June 16

47 Ronin (2013)

Para Betina Pengikut Iblis (2023)

Race (2016)

Unbroken (2014)

June 17

Grey’s Anatomy – Season 19

Suits – Multiple seasons

June 19

Not Quite Narwhal – Season 1

June 20

Bunk’d – Season 6

June 21

Break Point (Part 2)

Madre de Alquiler – Season 1

The UnXplained with William Shatner – Season 2

June 22

Let’s Get Divorced – Season 1

June 23

Catching Killers – Season 3

iNumber Number: Jozi Gold (2023)

King of Clones (2023)

Make Me Believe (2023)

Pokémon Ultimate Journeys: The Series (Part 3)

June 26

The Imitation Game (2014)

June 28

Delete – Season 1

Hoarders – Season 13

Muscles & Mayhem: An Unauthorized Story of American Gladiators

June 29

Ooku: The Inner Chambers – Season 1

June 30

Alone – Season 9

Celebrity – Season 1

Is It Cake, Too? – Season 2

Tayo the Little Bus – Season 5

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