Here's Everything Coming To Netflix In June

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It's that time of the month again. No, not that one. The time that we find out what we'll be watching while curled up in the air-conditioning on our sofas next month. Yep: It's Netflix time.

So what's new and notable? We're on it. Check out the list below to find out what's arriving on the streaming platform.

We're especially excited that Orange Is The New Black is finally back. If anyone is wondering where we are on June 17, the answer is definitely binge-watching that show. Find out what else is arriving on Netflix next month!
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Courtesy of Universal Pictures.
Jurassic Park (1993)
Dinosaurs!

Arriving June 1
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The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)
Return of the dinosaurs!

Arriving June 1
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Courtesy of Universal Pictures.
Jurassic Park III (2001)
Even more dinosaurs!

Arriving June 1
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7 Chinese Brothers (2015)
What happens when a hard-partying slacker falls in love with his new boss? This movie considers the possibilities — and the lengths to which people will go when they’re totally smitten.

Arriving June 1
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Underdogs (2013)
A team is inspired to reach new heights when a new coach whips them into shape.

Arriving June 1
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Courtesy of Rolling Picture Company.
Portrait of a Serial Monogamist (2015)
A woman breaks up with her longtime partner to pursue a relationship with a much younger lady.

Arriving June 1
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Bo Burnham: Make Happy (Netflix Original)
A whimsical and hopeful stand-up session from comedian Bo Burnham.

Arriving June 1
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Courtesy of Imagine Entertainment.
J. Edgar (2011)
Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, this film looks back on the legacy — and the secrets — of one of American history’s most powerful men.

Arriving June 1
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Jaco (2015)
Check out the life story of Jaco Pastorius, the self-taught musician who changed the face of modern music.

Arriving June 1
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Big Stone Gap (2014)
In 1970s Virginia, a long-buried family secret is about to shake one woman out of her quiet way of life. But will it be for the better?

Arriving June 1
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Courtesy of Fox.
Breaking the Magician's Code: Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed
Don’t watch this one if want to keep the magic alive. It will kill the magic.

Arriving June 1
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Courtesy of British Film Institute.
Second Coming (2014)
An unexplained pregnancy creates some major questions within a marriage. But the issue may be much more sinister than mere infidelity.

Arriving June 1
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Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land On The Moon? (2001)
We did land on the moon. But this doc is going to give you reasons to doubt that.

Arriving June 1
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Courtesy of Greenmachine Film.
Wildlike (2014)
A backpacker helps a troubled teen find her way through the wilderness.

Arriving June 1
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The Fear of 13 (2015)
Get to know the story of Nick Yarris, a man convicted of murder who spent 21 years on Pennsylvania’s death row.

Arriving June 1
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The Resurrection of Jake the Snake (2015)
This documentary explores the life and times of semi-retired pro wrestler Jake the Snake, a.k.a. Aurelian Smith. And yes, he brought a lot of snakes into the ring, including his favorite python, Damien.

Arriving June 1
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Cold in July (2014)
When a home intruder is killed, the criminal’s father decides seek revenge on the Texas family whose house he broke into.

Arriving June 1
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Courtesy of Warner Brothers.
A Walk to Remember (2002)
If you loved The Fault in Our Stars, then say hello to its predecessor, the most depressing teen romance movie of the early aughts.

Arriving June 1
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Courtesy of Universal Pictures.
Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007)
Cate Blanchett reprises her role as Queen Elizabeth in this epic film about one of history’s most famous royals.

Arriving June 1
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Courtesy of Allan Glaser Productions.
Tab Hunter Confidential (2015)
He was a Hollywood golden boy. But he also held a deep secret: his sexuality.

Arriving June 1
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Courtesy of Paramount Pictures.
The Odd Couple II (1998)
Still odd, still a platonic couple.

Out June 1
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Courtesy of Producciones AGSA.
El Libro de Piedra (1969)
In which a little girl’s imaginary friend is actually sort of a spector sociopath.

Arriving June 1
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Courtesy of American Public Television.
Cuba: The Forgotten Revolution (2015)
Remember the Cuban Revolution? No? Well, then this is definitely something you ought to see. Especially if you’re contemplating visiting the country now that the U.S. travel ban has been lifted. Historical context: It’s a good thing to have for travelers.

Arriving June 1
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Courtesy of Brown Studios.
Meadowland (2015)
A year after their son’s abduction, a married couple continues to fall down the rabbit hole of loss and despair.

Arriving June 1
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Courtesy of Hallmark Channel.
The Good Witch: Season 1
A sorceress embarks on an important journey with her daughter, who seems to have inherited her powers.

Arriving June 1


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The Great Alone (2015)
This documentary explores the life of champion dog-sledder Lance Mackey, from his childhood to the fight of his life.

Arriving June 1
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Pokémon: XY: Kalos Quest: Season 2
More Pokémon. In this installment: serial monogamy. Sort of weird territory for a cartoon to wade into, but we’re just going to go with it.

Arriving June 1
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Courtesy of Oriental Light and Magic.
Pokémon the Movie: Hoopa and the Clash of Ages (2015)
Dig deeper into the Pokémon mythology in this rousing anime.

Arriving June 1
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Courtesy of Wildgaze Films.
What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy (2015)
The sons of two Nazi criminals journey through Europe to atone for their fathers’ sins.

Arriving June 1
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Sam Klemke's Time Machine (2015)
Sam Klemke has been documenting his life since the late-'70s. In this movie, he goes back and narrates his own past.

Arriving June 1
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Courtesy of National Film Board
Hadwin's Judgement (2015)
The true story of how an expert logger became an environmental terrorist.

Arriving June 1
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Richard The Lion Heart (2013)
A malevolent king tests his son by sending him into a hellish prison. (Definitely a trial that would send a modern-day man into major therapy.)

Arriving June 1
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Gabo: The Creation of Gabriel García Márquez (2015)
Gabriel García Márquez is the author of so many beloved novels. This documentary delves into the man behind the writing.

Arriving June 1
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Extraordinary Tales (2015)
Edgar Allan Poe stories come to life in this illustrated and narrated compilation of his most famous works.

Arriving June 1
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Courtesy of Salty Features.
(Dis)Honesty: The Truth About Lies (2015)
A behavioral scientist digs into the truth behind the lies we tell.

Arriving June 1
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Janis: Little Girl Blue (2015)
You think you know a little bit of something about Janis Joplin? Think again — and then watch this tell-all documentary, which contains interviews with the artist and incredible archival footage of her career.

Arriving June 1
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Bob Ross: Beauty is Everywhere (1990)
Perhaps you never watched Bob Ross when he was painting on TV the first time around. But the incredible artist and accidental stress therapist soothed millions across America with his meditative strokes and joyful attitude toward life.

Arriving June 1
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Rock the Kasbah (2015)
Bill Murray plays a music agent who has somehow landed himself in Afghanistan. His career is all washed up, but a chance to save it arises when he comes across a Pashtun teen with a beautiful voice. Murray’s character helps her become the first female singer on a TV show called Afghan Star — and Rock the Kasbah recounts the bumps they hit along the way.

Arriving June 1
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Beauty & the Beast: Season 3
She’s beautiful. He’s beastly. They figure it out, together, for a third time. (Not to be confused with the Disney animated movie. Think: darker and sexier.)

Arriving June 2
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Courtesy of Freeform.
Pretty Little Liars: Season 6
Still pretty. Still lying about shit. File under: binge-watch.

Arriving June 2
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Courtesy of Netflix.
Hibana: Spark (Netflix Original)
Based on the award-winning book of the same title, this series explores a friendship between two rising comedians as they search for meaning and success.

Arriving June 2
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Every Thing Will Be Fine (2015)
After a fatal car accident, a young man (James Franco) spends a decade considering the impact the tragedy has on his life.

Arriving June 7
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Jarhead 3: The Siege (2016)
Marines continue fighting militants in this franchise film.

Arriving June 7
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Courtesy of Netflix.
LEGO Friends: The Power of Friendship: Season 2 (Netflix Original)
Honestly, the title of this one says it all.

Arriving June 10
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Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
Children of the ‘80s, this one’s for you. Especially if you still love animated series about anthropomorphized machines cruising around the galaxy.

Arriving June 10
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Scandal: Season 5
Olivia Pope: still dope, even five years in.

Arriving June 11
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Me Him Her (2016)
A famous actor comes out to his best friend. But that friend — who is supposed to be helping handle this major identity shift — ends up falling for a girl. What follows is a messy, quirky, hilarious look at what sexuality means in the modern moment.

Arriving June 11
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Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong (2015)
A U.S. expat and a Chinese-American businesswoman fall for one another in Hong Kong.

Arriving June 12
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The League: Season 7
The gang is back and more potty-mouthed than ever in season 7 of this hilarious sitcom.

Arriving June 14
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Boom Bust Boom (2016)
If you still feel like you don’t have a grip on the 2008 financial crisis, then dig into this doc on the subject.

Arriving June 16
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The Unborn (2009)
If you’re terrified of being pregnant, just imagine what it would be like if your unborn child had a Nazi curse that needed to be broken. Yikes, right?

Arriving June 16
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Being Mary Jane: Season 3
Starring Gabrielle Union, this excellent BET drama explores the life of a woman who has everything — except the one thing that money and access can’t buy.

Arriving June 16
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Courtesy of Wolfe Video.
Naz & Maalik (2015)
Two closeted Muslim teens struggle in Brooklyn to come out and profess their true identities.

Arriving June 16
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Courtesy of Discovery Films.
In the Shadow of the Moon (2007)
This documentary explores the United States’ first foray into space, and the expedition that put a man on the moon.

Arriving June 16
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The Giver (2014)
Based on the award-winning book, this movie centers on a young man who slowly discovers that his idyllic community is actually a mind control experiment — and must choose if he wants to learn to feel or take the easy road through life.

Arriving June 16
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After The Spill (2015)
This documentary follows up on the coastal situation following the BP oil spill.

Arriving June 16
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Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 3
The S.H.I.E.L.D agents are at it again for a third season. Presumably, if you watched the first two, you understand the gravity of that statement.

Arriving June 16
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TransFatty Lives (2015)
This award-winning documentary chronicles the life and illness of a rising DJ and internet celebrity living with a terminal disease — and making the most of it.

Arriving June 16
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Night Owls (2015)
Kevin goes home with a woman only to discover that she’s deeply depressed. After she takes a box of sleeping pills, they stay up together all night.

Arriving June 16
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Courtesy of Netflix.
Orange is the New Black: Season 4 (Netflix Original)
Despite already being in prison, the gang in OITNB manages to find another season of trouble behind bars.

Arriving June 17
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All Hail King Julien: Season 3 (Netflix Original)
Madagascar fans, this furry little guy is back again, and just as fuzzy and funny as ever.

Arriving June 17
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Grey's Anatomy: Season 12
Okay but seriously. What is it going to take for Meredith to find true love that lasts?

Arriving June 18
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Cedar Cove: Season 3
In the mood for a new family drama? Try this series on for size.

Arriving June 18
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I Am Thor (2015)
Rock star builder body Jon Mikl Thor makes a comeback of a lifetime.

Arriving June 19
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Courtesy of Disney.
Bunk'd: Season 1
Pining to return to the days of summer camp? This kid’s show will put you right back into the cabin days.

Arriving June 19
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Courtesy of BBC.
The Making of Life Story
How did the BBC make the nature documentary ‘Life Story’? Watch this to go behind the scenes.

Arriving June 20
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Life Story: Series 1
Love a good nature documentary? Then this British series should pique your interest.

Arriving June 20
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Courtesy of Disney.
Best Friends Whenever: Season 1
Shelby and Cyd are BFFs with a special power to travel through time. Join them on their wacky adventures in the past, present, and future.

Arriving June 21
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Courtesy of Open Road Films.
Spotlight (2015)
In this award-winning film, a team of Boston Globe reporters uncover a pattern of routine sexual abuse in the Catholic Diocese and break the news to the world.

Arriving June 22
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Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014)
Another episodic tale from the brilliant and dark mind of Frank Miller. These stories are just as cryptic as the ones that came before — and that’s why they’re so incredibly spellbinding.

Arriving June 22
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Dragons: Race to the Edge: Season 3 (Netflix Original)
Playas gotta play. Dragons gotta race to the edge.

Arriving June 24
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Justin Time GO! (Netflix Original)
Got a preschooler in your life? Here’s something to park them in front of for 30 minutes while you bathe and do adult things.

Arriving June 24
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The Fundamentals of Caring (2016) (Netflix Original)
A writer retires after a personal tragedy and becomes the caregiver to a disabled teen. But as the relationship progresses, it becomes more and more unclear who is helping whom.

Arriving June 24
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Cronies (2015)
One hot summer day, the friendship between two men is tested to its boundaries.

Arriving June 27
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Life (2015)
Starring Robert Pattinson as a young James Dean, this biopic explores the story behind photos taken of the young star during his meteoric rise to fame.

Arriving June 29
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Palio (2015)
A young jockey must beat out his former mentor in the iconic horse race, the Palio.

Arriving June 30
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A Very Secret Service: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
British spies — not of the Bond persuasion — rule in this thrilling science fiction meets true-crime series.

Arriving June 30
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(T)ERROR (2015)
Not for the faint of heart, this docu-film looks into the FBI’s counterterrorism unit and what the organization must do to target danger.

Arriving June 30
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