Movies and Shows Coming to Sky/NOW TV in June 2024

Meg 2, The Great Escaper, and Five Nights at Freddy’s are among the big movies premiering on Sky Cinema and NOW TV this month, details of which can be found in our streaming preview. Also streaming this month is the second season of House of the Dragon, which we hope will be as good as the first season of the Game of Thrones spin-off. 

Below is a list of all the scheduled movies and shows coming to Sky and NOW TV in June 2024. Bookmark this page as more titles will be added as they become known.

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Meg 2: The Trench (2023)

Release Date: June 7

It’s man vs shark, again, in this Ben Wheatly-directed sequel starring Jason Statham as the only man alive who can take on a shark in a fight and come out on top. 

The movie is as ridiculous as you might expect and while we didn’t rate it highly in our review, you might still want to tune in if the idea of Statham going mano to mano with a prehistoric sea behemoth appeals to you!

The Royal Hotel (2023)

Release Date: June 8

Julia Garner and Jessica Henwick star in this acclaimed thriller about two backpackers who find themselves in a dangerous situation when they run out of money and take a job in a remote Outback pub. 

The Great Escaper (2023)

Release Date: June 14

Michael Caine’s final screen appearance sees him on fine form as a man who escapes from his care home to attend the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings in France. Glenda Jackson, who passed away after making this film, gives an equally transfixing performance in this based on a true story film. 

House of the Dragon – Season 2 (Sky Atlantic)

Release Date: June 17

Get ready for some dragon vs dragon action in this second season of the better-than-expected spin-off to HBO’s hit fantasy series Game of Thrones. 

Season 2 picks up where the first season left off, with a focus on the devastating Targaryen civil war, aka Dance of the Dragons, and the battle for the Iron Throne. 

Five Nights at Freddy’s (2023)

Release Date: June 21

When Mike Schmidt (Josh Hutcherson) starts his new job as a night guard at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza, a once-successful but now abandoned family entertainment centre, he is forced into a battle for survival when its four animatronic mascots – Freddy Fazbear, Chica, Bonnie, and Foxy – spring murderously to life!

Critics weren’t overly kind about this video game adaptation – we shared our disappointment in our review of Five Nights at Freddy’s – but fans of the game might want to check out the movie regardless, if only to see how faithfully the game has been translated to the screen.

Sometimes I Think About Dying (2024)

Release Date: June 22

Daisy Ridley stars as an introverted office worker who is comforted by the idea of death. She’s tired of the daily drudgery of her existence but there’s a chance she might find life worth living when she begins dating the new man at work.

Notable Additions

June 1

Bonus Track (2023)

Charming teen comedy about an aspiring musician who teams up with the son of a famous rock star to try and win the school talent show.

June 2

Ride On (2023)

Jackie Chan stars in this action comedy about a washed-up stuntman who becomes an overnight social media sensation when his fight with a debt collector goes viral. 

June 9

Am I OK? (2024)

A long-held secret throws the friendship of two friends into chaos in this comedy-drama starring Dakota Johnson and Sonoya Mizuno.

June 15

American Star (2024)

Ian McShane stars as a hitman whose final assignment takes an unexpected turn when his target doesn’t turn up on the island of Fuerteventura.

June 16

Ruthless (2023)

A high school teacher (Dermot Mulroney) takes matters into his own hands when one of his students is kidnapped for a human trafficking operation. 

June 23

The Shamrock Spitfire (2024)

Biographical drama about Irish fighter pilot Brendan “Paddy” Finucane, who at the age of 21, became the youngest-ever Wing Commander in the Royal Air Force.

June 28

A Sacrifice (2024)

Eric Bana stars as Ben Monroe, a psychologist whose daughter gets mixed up with a mysterious local boy. Could the lad be mixed up with the cult Ben is investigating?

June 29

Drift (2023)

Romantic drama starring Cynthia Errivo as a young refugee who becomes close to a tour guide on a Greek island.

June 30

LaRoy, Texas (2023)

A man about to kill himself becomes mistaken for a dangerous hitman in this comedy-drama starring Dylan Baker. 

Also Streaming…

June 1

Striking with Pride: United at the Coalface (Sky Documentaries)

June 5

Alaska Daily – Season 1 (Alibi)

June 6

Apocalypse D-Day (Sky History)

D-Day: 100 Days to Beat the Third Reich (Sky History)

June 10

Cursed Histories: Season 1 (Sky History)

June 13

Swamp Mysteries: Season 2 (Sky History)

The Truth vs Alex Jones (Sky Documentaries)

June 16

We’re Here – Season 3 (Sky Max)

June 18

Painting Birds with Jim and Nancy Moir Kids Special (Sky Kids)

June 19

The UnXplained: Mysteries of the Universe: Season 1 (Sky History)

June 20

Bill Bailey’s Master Crafters: Juniors (Sky Kids)

June 21

Isle of Wight Festival 2024 (Sky Arts)


Fire Country – Season 2 (Sky Witness)

What will you be watching on Now TV and Sky in June 2024? Let us know in the comments below. 

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