Movies And Shows Coming To Amazon Prime Video UK In June 2023

There are some great movies coming to Amazon Prime Video this month, including boxing sequel Creed III, coming-of-age cannibal movie Bones And All, and the heartbreaking British film, Living. The final season of Jack Ryan is also coming to Amazon’s streaming service this June and so too is the new Australian crime comedy Deadloch.

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

Please note: This list is correct at the time of writing but as Amazon tends to drop titles onto their service without warning, you can expect plenty more movies and shows to land on Prime Video over the coming weeks.

June 1

Deadloch – Season 1

Two detectives are tasked with solving a murder in a sleepy rural town. Sound familiar? It’s the premise of many a TV crime drama but this new 8-part Australian series is actually a comedy that stars Kate Box and Madeleine Sami as the two investigators who have to put aside their differences to find the killer.

June 2

Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant (2023)

It’s a  bit of a risk putting Ritchie’s name in the title as his last two movies – Wrath of Man and Operation Fortune – weren’t particularly very good, in this writer’s opinion. Fans of the director will want to watch this movie anyway though they may be disappointed it’s not another crime comedy about not-very-nice people doing not-very-nice things to one another! This is a serious-minded war movie about US Army Sergeant John Kinley (Jake Gyllenhaal) who returns to the war zone to rescue the Afghan interpreter (Dar Salim) that once saved his life.

Medellin (2023)

To save his brother from the hands of the narcos of the Medellin cartel, a man named Reda (Ramzy Bedia) kidnaps the son of the cartel’s leader so he can exchange him for his brother’s life. What could possibly go wrong? Former professional boxer Mike Tyson is among the cast of this action-packed new comedy.

Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets – Limited Series

This four-part docuseries digs beneath the Americana surface of reality TV’s mega-family The Duggars, and exposes the truth about the scandals that have blighted the family and their controversial beliefs.

June 3

Bones And All (2022)

Taylor Russell (Waves) and Timothée Chalamet (Dune) star in this grisly romantic horror movie about a young woman and a drifter who both share an appetite for human flesh. For all the blood and guts that are on display during the movie’s runtime, this is a tender love story about two lonely young people who crave affection as much as they do their next meal.

June 7

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.

The Many Saints of Newark (2021)

Prequel to the HBO award-winning series The Sopranos. The film focuses on young Tony Soprano as he grows up in one of the most tumultuous eras in Newark, New Jersey history.

June 8

Culpa Mia (2023)

Based on the first book of Mercedes Ron’s Culpable trilogy, this new movie stars Nicole Wallace (Skam Espana) as Noah, a young woman who moves into the mansion of her mother’s new husband and meets her stepbrother Nick (Gabriel Guevara), with whom she falls in love! Prime Video has debuted a lot of romantic movies in recent months and to be honest, most of them have been pretty lousy! As such, there is a chance that this one could be another misfire, despite its tantalising premise.

June 9 

Creed III (2023)

Creed II was disappointing but this third movie, which has been directed by its star, Michael B. Jordan, is a welcome return to form for the Rocky spin-off franchise. This time around, Adonis Creed, who has been dominating the boxing world, takes on a new challenger: his childhood friend and former boxing prodigy Damian Anderson (Jonathan Majors), who is eager to prove he has what it takes to come out on top in the ring. This doesn’t have the power of the original Rocky movie but it still packs a knockout punch thanks to Jordan’s dazzling direction and the magnetic acting from the two leads.

June 16

Heaven in Hell (2023)

Here’s another romantic drama debuting on Prime Video, this one a Polish movie about two people 15 years apart who are brought together by fate. As it’s from the director of the terrible 365 Days and its equally awful sequels, this is likely to be more hellish than heavenly!

June 22

That Peter Crouch Film (2023)

Exploring his long, arduous journey to get to the top of his game, this new documentary sheds light on the life and career of beloved football player Peter Crouch.

June 23

I’m A Virgo – Season 1

Jhareel Jerome (Moonlight) takes the lead role in this absurdist comedy-drama about a 13-foot-tall young Black man named Cootie who has spent his life being shielded by his over-protective parents. When he finally outgrows his home, he decides to leave the nest for a grand adventure in the outside world. Mike Epps, LaKeith Stanfield, and Elijah Wood are among the cast of this big-hearted new TV series.

June 30

Jack Ryan – Season 4

John Krasinski returns as Tom Clancy’s unlikely hero Jack Ryan for this final series that, according to the official synopsis, finds him on “his most dangerous mission yet.” We’ve all heard that one before! Here’s the rest of the synopsis for season 4.

“As the new CIA Acting Deputy Director, Jack Ryan is tasked with unearthing internal corruption, and in doing so, uncovers a series of suspicious black ops that could expose the vulnerability of the country. As Jack and the team investigate how deep the corruption runs, he discovers a far-worse reality — the convergence of a drug cartel with a terrorist organization — ultimately revealing a conspiracy much closer to home and testing our hero’s belief in the system he has always fought to protect.”

Also Streaming…

June 2

With Love – Season 2

June 9

The Lake – Season 2

2 thoughts on “Movies And Shows Coming To Amazon Prime Video UK In June 2023”

  1. Hi Carl, I belive DVD copies are available. Am not sure if you can buy it online – it might depend on what country you are in.

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