Everything Coming To Netflix In June

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Hear that buzz in the air? It's the low electronic thrumming of Black Mirror, returning for a fifth season to make us paranoid about the implications of the screens we're looking at, the shows we're watching the video games we're playing. Where will all this technology lead?
Well, in June 2019, the technology on Netflix is pointing firmly in the direction of Entertainment. Netflix is dropping a lot of highly anticipated new releases as well as some favorite movies. If you're looking for a Dark Knight and 20th Century Women double feature (and why wouldn't you be?), then you're suddenly in luck.
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Here are the new shows and movies coming to Netflix in 2019.
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Marvel's Jessica Jones: Season 3

Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), resident private investigator grump with super-strength, returns for a third season. Now that she knows the truth of how she got her powers, how will her life change? Catch up now.

Coming soon
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Trinkets

In this original show, three high-school girls from different sides of the cafeteria bond over their shared kleptomania. Trinkets is based on a YA novel.

Coming soon
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Arthdal Chronicles

This South Korean show is set in the mythical city of Arthdal. The show has lofty intentions: Apparently, it "depicts the birth of civilization and nations in ancient times." Could be a good replacement for Game of Thrones.

Out June 1
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Oh, Ramona!

A super-stylish Netflix original film about a 16-year-old boy with two crushes: His aloof classmate Ramona and a hotel clerk he meets on vacation.

Out June 1
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50/50 (2011)

A buddy comedy about an unlikely subject: Battling cancer.

Out June 1
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A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001)

Raise your hand if your heart is still broken over this movie about a young boy who's not really a boy — but a robot in the shape of a boy.

Out June 1
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Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day (2011)

In this 11-episode anime series, five friends help their dead friend solve a mystery so she can move on to the afterlife.

Out June 1
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Batman Begins (2005)

Before there was Robert Pattinson as Batman, there was Christian Bale as Batman.

Out June 1
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Cabaret (1972)

Willkommen. In this iconic movie musical, a love triangle plays out in the dusk of free-loving Weimar Berlin, just before the Nazis rise to power.

Out June 1
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Carrie (1976)

Carrie is an important reminder to be kind to everyone, even the strange girls in your math class, because she might unleash a terrible ability at prom.

Out June 1
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Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958)

A Tennessee Williams adaptation that will nourish your mind. Elizabeth Taylor and Paul Newman give a master-class in acting when they play a couple visiting in-laws.

Out June 1
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Dynasty: Season 2 (2018)

This soapy CW show follows two wealthy families feuding over everything, because why not?

Out June 1
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Good Night, and Good Luck (2005)

Good Nigh, and Good luck is a brilliant movie about a CBS news team that defies Senator Joseph McCarthy's communist witch hunt, also known as the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. Conclusion: George Clooney and Robert Downey Jr. look lovely in black and white.

Out June 1
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Gran Torino (2008)

See Clint Eastwood at his most Clint Eastwood. Eastwood directed this movie about a curmudgeonly war veteran who develops an unlikely friendship with his young neighbor — after the boy tries to steal his beloved Gran Torino.

Out June 1
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Life in the Doghouse (2018)

A documentary about friendly dog rescuers. You need this!

Out June 1
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Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (2008)

First, the animals traveled from New York to Madagascar. In the sequel, they reach the mainland and meet other animals of their species for the first time.

Out June 1
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Magic Mike (2012)

Mike (Channing Tatum) makes ends meet by working as as stripper. This movie is both fun and smart and full of handsome men dancing.

Out June 1
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Network (1976)

Are you mad as hell and not going to stand for it anymore? Then don't.

Out June 1
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Prosecuting Evil: The Extraordinary World Of Ben Ferencz (2018)

A fascinating documentary about the last surviving Nuremburg prosecutor.

Out June 1
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Satan & Adam (2019)

Sterling Magee was a famous backup musician in the '60s and '70s, and well respected in the industry. Then he became a street musician. Adam Gussow, a Princeton graduate living in New York, decided to join him in those New York concerts — and they became a phenomenon. A must-see music documentary.

Out June 1
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Small Soldiers (1998)

Two factions of action figures battle it out. It's like an explicit and violent Toy Story.

Out June 1
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The Dark Knight (2008)

Heath Ledger's Joker made an unforgettable mark on cinema. He harnessed chaos.

Out June 1
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The Phantom of the Opera (2004)

Christine Daae's entire career has been monitored by a disfigured guardian angel in the rafters of an opera house. The Phantom (Gerard Butler) wants Christine (Emmy Rossum) to stand by him, but se's more into Raoul (Patrick Wilson).

Out June 1
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The Space Between Us (2017)

Our favorite Sex Education boy, Asa Butterfield, stars in this movie about two young and in love teenagers separated by a whole lot of space — he's on Mars, she's on Earth.

Out June 1
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What a Girl Wants (2003)

What a Girl Wants is an Amanda Bynes classic. Bynes plays an American teenager who travels to England to meet her father for the first time and discovers he's a member of the landed gentry, and he's running for office.

Out June 1
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Documentary Now!: Season 3 (2019)

This IFC original series created by Bill Hader and Fred Armisen satirizes famous documentaries. This season has an all-star cast, including Cate Blanchett and John Mulaney. Definitely watch the Wild, Wild Country satire.

Out June 3
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Malibu Rescue: The Series (2019)

This show following a group of California lifeguards is like Baywatch, but for pre-teens.

Out June 3
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Miranda Sings Live…Your Welcome (2019)

Colleen Ballinger has racked up over 2 billion hits on YouTube playing her zany character, Miranda Sings. If you missed her tour, check it out here. Miranda will sing, act, dance, model, perform magic, and be her all-out weird self.

Out June 4
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A Silent Voice (2016)

An emotional animated drama film about the long reverberations of bullying.

Out June 4
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Black Mirror: Season 5 (2019)

Three new episodes. Three new scenarios to mull over. Here are the official break-downs of the episodes:

"SMS:" A cab driver with an agenda becomes the centre of attention on a day that rapidly spirals out of control.

"SV:" Two estranged college friends reunite in later life, triggering a series of events that could alter their lives forever.

"RJAT:" A lonely teenager yearns to connect with her favourite pop star - whose charmed existence isn’t quite as rosy it appears..."

Out June 5
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Dr. Seuss' The Grinch (2018)

The Grinch, or: The ultimate parable for change. Even the Grinch can overcome his grinchiest self.

Out June 5
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Alles ist gut (2018)

This powerful German movie explores the traumatic aftermath of a rape. In the film, A woman sexually assaulted by her new boss's brother-in-law tries to move on as if nothing happened, but the night weighs heavily on her mind and body.

Out June 6
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Everybody Knows (2018)

Couple extraordinaire Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem star in this psychological thriller. When a family travels to a wedding in Madrid, their eldest daughter, Irene, is kidnapped.

Out June 6
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3%: Season 3 (2019)

This thought-provoking teen dystopia manages to say a lot about class iniquity while also making time for love triangles. In this post-apocalyptic universe, 97% of Brazil lives in dire poverty Inland, but 3% lives in Offshore paradise after passing an extremely hard series of tests. Is this really the fairest way of spreading resources, though?

Out June 6
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Belmonte (2018)

A character study of a painter torn between his art and his worldly responsibilities, aka his daughter.

Out June 6
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The Black Godfather (2019)

"An expansive look at the exceptional life and legacy of Clarence Avant, one of the most influential dealmakers in music, entertainment, and politics over the last 60 years."

Out June 6
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The Chef Show (2019)

Actor-director Jon Favreau's movie Chef is a love song to food's healing powers. In this doc-series, Favreau and Chef Roy Choi travel the United States basking in food and all that comes with it: Friends, family, and joy.

Out June 6
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Designated Survivor: Season 3 (2019)

The story of an unassuming Secretary of Housing and Urban development-turned-President of the United States continues.

Out June 6
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Elisa & Marcela (2019)

Talk about star-crossed lovers. Elisa & Marcela tells the true story of a woman named Elisa Sánchez Loriga who a male identity in order to marry another woman, Marcela Gracia Ibeas, in 1901 Galicia.

Out June 6
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I Am Mother (2019)

Most of humanity is wiped out. The future of the human race relies on robots like Mother (Rose Byrne), who raise young kids. When an injured stranger (Hilary Swank) arrives with news of the outside world, Daughter begins to doubt Mother.

Out June 6
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Pachamama (2018)

In this adorable animated series, a young boy who dreams of becoming a shaman goes on a mission to reclaim a sacred statue stolen from his Andean village.

Out June 6
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Rock My Heart (2017)

A 17-year-old reacts to her congenital heart defect by pursuing the riskiest adventures possible. Her latest mission: Taming a rowdy black stallion.

Out June 6
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Super Monsters Monsters Pets (2019)

The most adorable little monsters are back.

Out June 6
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Tales of the City (2019)

"Returning to San Francisco after a long absence, Mary Ann Singleton reunites with the colorful community of LGBTQ characters at 28 Barbary Lane."

Out June 6
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Berlin, I Love You (2018)

Berlin, I Love You is an ode to the German capital, featuring ten interlocking stories. The movie follows similar ones set in Paris, New York, and Rio.

Out June 8
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Disney's Ralph Breaks the Internet (2019)

Video game villain Ralph and his friend Vanellope leave the arcade for the next big thing: The internet.

Out June 11
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Jo Koy: Comin' In Hot (2019)

Comedian Jo Koy hula dances, talks about raising millennial kids, and his Filipino upbringing.

Out June 12
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Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese (2019)

Martin Scorsese looks back at Bob Dylan’s 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue tour.

Out June 12
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The 3rd Eye 2 (2019)

In the first 3rd Eye, two sisters awaken to the paranormal world after consulting with a psychic. The second one is an equally unpleasant journey into what happens when voices start coming out of walls.

Out June 13
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Jinn (2019)

During a school trip to the ancient city of Petra, a group of Arab teenagers encounter a jinn intent on destroying the world.

Out June 13
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Kakegurui xx (2018)

This cleve anime series is set at Hyakkaou Private Academy, an elite institution that teaches wealthy scions how to gamble.

Out June 13
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Aggretsuko: Season 2 (2019)

Everyone thinks Retsuko the 25-year-old red panda is friendly and docile. But what people don't know is that she harbors a deep rage and a love for metal music.

Out June 14
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The Alcasser Mysteries

The Alcàsser Murders (2019)

A four-hour true crime documentary investigates one of Spain's most painful open wounds: The still unsolved murders of three teenage girls from Alcasser, Spain. The investigation captivated the country back in the '90s. The documentary looks into the media coverage as well as the case.

Out June 14
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Awake: The Million Dollar Game

Awake: The Million Dollar Game (2019)

A game-show with an outlandish premise premise: Sleep-deprived contestants stumble through challenges both eccentric and mundane for a chance at a $1 million prize.

Out June 14
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Charité at War (2017)

The German miniseries Charite focused on a famous German hospital in the late 19th century; this follow-up is set during WWII, when the patients and staff grapple with what's asked of them.

Out June 14
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Cinderella Pop

Cinderella Pop (2019)

"Distressed by her parents’ divorce, Cíntia Dorella does not believe in love anymore until she meets and falls in love with singer-songwriter Freddy Prince."

Out June 14
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Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce: Season 5 (2014-2018)

The final season of The Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce, a show that follows a self-help guru (Lisa Edelstein) in a position where she needs self help: She's newly single and in her 40s. She turns to her friends for help.

Out June 14
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Leila (2019)

Leila is a dystopian movie set in the India-inspired world of Aryavarta. 16 years after her arrest, Shalini searches for her long-lost daughter.

Out June 14
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Life Overtakes Me (2019)

"In the grip of trauma, hundreds of refugee children in Sweden withdraw from life’s uncertainties into a coma-like illness called Resignation Syndrome."

Out June 14
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Marlon: Season 2 (2017-2018)

Marlon Wayans' comedy follows a divorced couple who co-exist for the sake of their two kids.

Out June 14
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Murder Mystery (2019)

Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston star in this who-dunnit — only they're the prime suspects. Sandler plays a NYPD cop who takes his wife (Aniston) on a long-awaited European trip, where they meet an elderly billionaire and open up a world of trouble.

Out June 14
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Unite 42 (2017-present)

In this intense French series, a grieving cop and a a former hacker track down cybercriminals.

Out June 14
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Grey's Anatomy: Season 15 (2005-present)

The most recent season of the long-running medical drama created by Shonda Rhimes lands on Netflix.

Out June 15
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Cop Car (2015)

Let the premise of this movie sink in: Two teenager steal an abandoned police without realizing that a corrupt sheriff (Kevin Bacon) is waiting for them in the back.

Out June 16
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The Missing: Season 3 (2014-present)

Another season, another missing person in a Euopean country. This acclaimed BBC series travels to Amsterdam, where Julien Baptiste (Tcheky Karyo) looks for a missing sex worker.

Out June 17
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Adam Devine: Best Time of Our Lives

Adam Devine: Best Time of Our Lives (2019)

"Critically acclaimed comedian, Adam Devine, knows that growing up sucks and is here to tell you why. Filmed in front of a packed house at The Orpheum Theater in his hometown of Omaha, Nebraska, Devine’s new Netflix comedy special will give a comedic take on the worst parts of growing up including puberty, parental judgment, and almost dying on your 21st birthday."

Out June 18
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Big Kill (2018)

Big Kill is a big, unabashed tribute to tropes of the Western movie.

Out June 18
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Beats (2019)

"A reclusive teenage musical prodigy forms an unlikely friendship with a down-on-his-luck high school security guard. United by their mutual love of hip hop, they confront the demons of their past and try to break into Chicago's music scene."

Out June 19
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The Edge of Democracy (2019)

"A cautionary tale for these times of democracy in crisis - the personal and political fuse to explore one of the most dramatic periods in Brazilian history. Combining unprecedented access to leaders past and present, including Presidents Dilma Rousseff and Lula da Silva, with accounts of her own family's complex political and industrial past, filmmaker Petra Costa witnesses their rise and fall and the tragically polarized nation that remains."

Out June 19
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The Wolf's Call (2019)

In this French action movie, a military expert in underwater acoustics detects strange activity. He sets a nuclear standoff in motion.

Out June 20
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Ad Vitam (2019)

How would humanity react to a technology that allowed them to live forever? In this series, seven young people rebel against the norm and take their own lives. This buzzy French series is not one to miss.

Out June 21
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Bolivar (2019)

This series follows the life of Venezuelan leader Simon Bolivar, who helped liberate several South American counties from Spanish rule.

Out June 21
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The Casketeers: Season 2 (2018-present)

This New Zealand documentary series has an unusual premise: It's set in a Maori funeral home. Maori funeral directors Francis and Kaiora Tipene are going to be your new favorite people.

Out June 21
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The Confession Tapes: Season 2 (2017-present)

Why do people confess to crimes they didn't do? This docu-series goes back into the investigation room to understand what tactics and pressures occluded the truth.

Out June 21
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Dark: Season 2 (2018-present)

The people of Winden, Germany remain caught up in a time-travel loop that is bigger than themselves. Catch up on the engrossing first season before attempting to follow the plot pyrotechnics here.

Out June 21
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Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995-1996)

The ground-breaking anime series about doomed teenage fighters is coming to Netflix. Start with the TV show, then move onto the movies.

Out June 21.
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The End of Evangelion (1997)

A Japanese science fiction film featuring giant cyborgs, supernatural beings called Angels and a shadowy paramilitary unit. The movie gives an alternate ending to the Neon Genesis Evangelion TV series airing from 1995-1996. It's considered to be quite the mind-warp.

Out June 21
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Evangelion: Death (True)2 (1998)

Fans call this movie Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death & Rebirth. It's a recap of the original show, and then a bit of a new story. Start with The End of Evangelion.
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Girls Incarcerated: Season 2 (2018-present)

This docu-series is about a group of young women inmates at a correctional facility. Teen life behind bars isn't easy.

Out June 21
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Go! Live Your Way: Season 2 (2019)

Go! Live Your Own Way is a lot like Glee — our main character, Mia, is accepted into a prestigious dance academy and performs her way through high school. This is Netflix's first Latin American teen show.

Out June 21
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Jaoon Kahan Bata Ae Dil (2018)

This buzzy, award-wining movie chronicles the day in a life of an Indian couple. Their conversation grazes over big philosophical points as well as gossip about friends. But the undercurrent of easiness between the two of them grows stronger. This is the opposite of the idealized versions of love seen in Bollywood rom-coms.

Out June 21
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La Misma Sangre (2019)

This Chilean-Argentinean thriller exposes the wickedness that lies dormant within one apparently perfect family.

Out June 21
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Shooter: Season 3 (2016-2018)

Bobby Lee Swagger (Ryan Philippe) — yes, that's the character's real name — is an expert marksman who tries to stop a plot to kill the president. Shooter was cancelled after three seasons on USA.

Out June 21
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Forest of Piano: Season 2 (2018-present)

Two boys discover an enchanted piano in the woods that only plays for the worthy.

Out June 21
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The Golem (2018)

Calling all horror movie fanatics: This horror movie will tide you over until Midsomar. When a plague breaks out in an isolated Jewish community, a woman enlists the protection of a mystic entity – to dire results.

Out June 26
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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2019)

This acclaimed animated film expands the Spider-Man universe to new characters.

Out June 26
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The Zookeeper (2011)

Would you trust Kevin James to watch over your animals? Maybe you should — the animals a the Franklin Park Zoo all love him. They conspire to make sure he stays forever.

Out June 26
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Answer for Heaven

Answer for Heaven (2019)

"A righteous fallen angel must work and live with a rating-obsessed reporter to investigate crimes in a highly competitive office environment."

Out June 27
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20th Century Women (2016)

This is the story of a teenage boy, his older single mother, and the two other women who help raise him. Mike Mills created an unfathomably poignant movie, a patchwork of the moments that make up a life.

Out June 28
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7 Seeds (2019)

"A shy girl named Natsu learns that she’s part of a group chosen to ensure the survival of humanity. Together, they have to survive on a changed Earth."

Out June 28
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Dope: Season 3 (2017-present))

"Around the world, from Los Angeles to Rotterdam, the war on drugs rages on as users and addicts remain caught in the middle."

Out June 28
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Exhibit A

Exhibit A (2019)

"This true crime series shows how innocent people have been convicted with dubious forensic tools and techniques such as cadaver dogs and touch DNA."

Out June 28
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Instant Hotel: Season 2 (2017-present)

"Four new pairs of home hoteliers check in and check out each other's properties as they compete for the title of Australia's best vacation rental."

Out June 28
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Motown Magic: Season 2 (2018-present)

"A second season of magic and music following Ben and his friends Angie and Mickey as they discover that creativity can bring vibrancy to their city and important life lessons."

Out June 28
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Paquita Salas: Season 3 (2016-present)

Paquita Salas is a Spanish web comedy TV show focusing on an endearingly old-school talent agent who needs to revamp her strategy.

Out June 28
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The Chosen One

The Chosen One (2019)

In this provocative Brazilian show, three young doctors are sent to a remote village in Pantanal to vaccinate residents. They find themselves trapped.

Out June 28
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Scare Tactics: Seasons 4 & 5 (2003-2014)

In this reboot of the series from the early aughts, Host Tracy Morgan tries to convince people to go along with outrageous sci fi-themed scenarios.

Out June 29
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Madam Secretary: Season 5 (2014-present)

The never-ending adventures of Secretary of State Elizabeth McCord (Tea Leoni) continue.

Out June 30
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