News of what’s coming to Netflix in United Kingdom June keeps on coming and the complete first look at what’s coming to Netflix UK in June below. The full list is expected to drop between May 18th and May 22nd.
The movies and television series below aren’t the full list of what’s coming to Netflix in June 2020. We’ll be learning more throughout May, so make sure to return often so you’ll know what to watch in June.
N = Netflix Original
- Snowpiercer (Season 1) N – The new TNT series will continue getting weekly drops on Netflix UK on Mondays. (see full release schedule)
- Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj (Volume 6) N – Hasan will be presenting the latest season of Patriot Act from home every Sunday.
June Release Dates TBD
- Angus, Thongs & Perfect Snogging (2008) – British teen drama about a 14-year-old girl who keeps a diary, chronicling the ups and downs of being a teenager.
- Billy Maddison (1995) – Comedy starring Adam Sandler as Billy Madison, a spoilt and lazy adult, who to inherit his father’s fortune, must repeat school.
- Cursed (Season 1) N – Fantasy adventure series starring Katherine Langford as the fabled sorceress Nimue.
- Dolly Parton: Here I Am (2019) – Documentary celebrating the life, career, and music of Dolly Parton.
- Dreamgirls (2006) – Musical starring Beyonce
- Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) – Adventure Comedy following an odd journalist and a psychopathic lawyer on a psychedelic escapade to Las Vegas.
- Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (2016) – Action sequel starring Tom Cruise
- Mallrats (1995) – Cult classic directed by Kevin Smith
- Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocol (2011) – The fourth installment of the Mission Impossible franchise
- No Country for Old Men (2007) – Oscar-winning crime drama directed by the Coen brothers.
- RPDR All-Stars (Season 5) – Bringing the Queens of season past, RuPaul sets out new competition.
- Scarface (1983) – 80s crime classic starring Al Pacino as the infamous drug kingpin Tony Montana.
- The Big Lebowski (1998) – Cul classic directed by the Coen brothers.
- The Holiday (2006) – Romantic Comedy starring Kate Winslet and Cameron Diaz.
- The Karate Kid (1984) – Classic 80s family-drama that follows new kid Daniel Russo struggling to fit in, to help defend himself from bulls, Japanese landlord Mr. Miyagi teaches him karate.
Coming to Netflix UK on June 1st
- 122 (2019) – Horror from Egypt.
- 44 Cats (Season 2) – Children’s animated series.
- Annabelle (2014) – Horror about a vintage doll haunting a home.
- Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (Multiple Seasons) – The excellent CNN docu-series from the late Anthony Bourdain.
- Armour of God: Chinese Zodiac (1986) – Jackie Chan classic where he heads off on an adventure to unearth a mysterious treasure.
- Barney’s Great Adventure: The Movie (1998) –
- Beethoven (1992) – A family comedy about a giant slobbering, but loveable, St. Bernard.
- Below Deck (2 Seasons) – Reality series that follows the staff on a luxury yacht.
- Changeling (2008) – Angelina Jolie in a period drama about an imposter replacing her son.
- Cocomelon (Season 1) – Animated kids series
- Cook Off (2017) – Romantic comedy from Zimbabwe about a mother who is entered into a reality cooking show.
- Dante’s Peak (1997) – Disaster Thriller starring Pierce Brosnan.
- Dead My Friends (Season 1) – K-drama featuring an older cast who are all living in their twilight years.
- Eurotrip (2004) – Comedy from the early 2000s about a high school grad heading out to Europe with his friends.
- Fastest (2011) – Documentary narrated by Ewan McGregor on the MotoGP World Championship of ’10 and ’11.
- Fierce Creatures (1997) – Comedy starring John Cleese about zookeepers.
- Friday (1995) – Ice Cube and Chris Tucker star in this comedy-drama from the mid-90s.
- Geronimo: An American Legend (1993) – Western classic from Walter Hill.
- Hearts in Atlantis (2001) – Anthony Hopkins mystery drama.
- Hidden in Plain Sight (2019) – Dark thriller about a woman who tries to escape a murderous ex by living in hiding with her child.
- Keeping Up with the Kardashians (2 Seasons) – Reality series chronicling the day to day lives of the Kardashian family.
- Little Giants (1994) – Sports comedy.
- March Comes in Like a Lion (Season 1) – Slice of life anime series.
- Married to Medicine (Season 1) – Reality series following a group of successful female doctors who juggle their careers, family life, and social lives.
- Menace II Society (1993) – Crime thriller about a young street hustler trying to get out of the ghetto.
- Midnight Diner (New Season) – Japanse drama series.
- My Shy Boss (Season 1) – Comedy K-drama series about a woman who starts work at a company with a shy boss.
- Ned Kelly (2003) – Heath Ledger and Orlando Bloom feature in this biopic of an innocent man who becomes the world’s most wanted.
- Revolutionary Love (Season 1) – K-drama romantic comedy series.
- Roll Red Roll (2018) – Documentary about a sexual assault that took place in Ohio in 2012.
- Sanctum (2011) – Action drama about an underwater cave diving team.
- The Disaster Artist (2017) – Comedy-drama about one of the most infamous movies in cinema history, The Room.
- The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas (2000) – Comedy starring Stephen Baldwin and Mark Addy based on the classic cartoon.
- The Life of David Gale (2003) – Kevin Spacey crime drama.
- The Man with the Iron Fists (2012) – Action movie directed and written by RZA starring Russell Crowe, Cung Le, and Lucy Lui.
- The Real Housewives of Atlanta (2 Seasons) – Reality series that follows the wives of some of the richest and most influential men of Atalanta.
- The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (2 Seasons) – Reality series that follows the drama of a group of housewives from Beverly Hills.
- The Titan Games (Season 1) – Sports competition hosted by Dwayne Johnson that pits top athletes against each other for a cash grand prize.
- Top Chef (Multiple Seasons) – Cooking reality series
- Waist Deep (2006) – Tyrese Gibson stars in this action crime thriller about an ex-convict getting entangled with a gang.
- Wild at Heart (1990) – David Lynch dark-comedy classic.
- Wimbledon (2004) – Comedy sports movie starring Kirsten Dunst and Paul Bettany.
- Wishmaster (1997) – Horror from Robert Kurtzman.
- Zombeavers (2014) – Horror from Jordan Rubin about flesh-eating beavers.
Coming to Netflix UK on June 2nd
- Garth Brooks: The Road I’m On (Season 1) – Docu-series following the career of the country singer.
- Fuller House (Season 5B) N – The final episodes of the sequel to the popular 90s sitcom.
- The Addams Family (2019) – The new animated feature reboot of the Halloween classic!
- True: Rainbow Rescue (Season 1) N -Children’s animated series
Coming to Netflix UK on June 3rd
- Spelling the Dream (2020) N – An in-depth documentary into the impact of Indian-Americans have had on the nation’s spelling-bee contests.
Coming to Netflix UK on June 4th
- Baki (Season 2) N – Martial Arts anime series.
- Can You Hear Me? (Season 1) N – French comedy-drama series
Coming to Netflix UK on June 5th
- 13 Reasons Why (Season 4) N – The final season of the teen-drama.
- Choked: Paisa Bolta Hai (2020) N – Hindi movie about a bank employee finding a way to cheat the bank.
- Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018) – When the volcano on Isla Nublar roars to life, it’s up to Owen and Claire to mount a rescue mission to save the dinosaurs.
- Merry Man 2: Another Mission (2019) – Nollywood.
- Queer Eye (Season 5) N – Reality series returns with more make-overs.
- The Last Days of American Crime (2020) N – Heist thriller based on the comic book series by Rick Remender.
Coming to Netflix UK on June 6th
- Horrid Henry’s Wild Weekend (2011) – Animated kids TV special.
Coming to Netflix UK on June 7th
- 365 Days / 365 Ini (2020) – Polish equivalent of 50 Shades of Grey.
Coming to Netflix UK on June 10th
- My Mister (Season 1) – K-drama series
- Lenox Hill (Season 1) N – Docuseries chronicling the lives of doctors at the famous New York hospital.
- Reality Z (Season 1) N – Brazillian zombie series.
Coming to Netflix UK on June 11th
- Whispers (Season 1) – An affluent family comes under fire.
Coming to Netflix UK on June 12th
- Addicted to Life – French travel documentary looking at various extreme sports.
- Da 5 Bloods (2020) N – War drama directed by Spike Lee about 4 African-American Vietnam veterans that return to the country to find their fallen squad leader and rumored buried treasure.
- Don’t Crack Under Pressure (Multiple Documentaries) – French sports documentary on surfing.
- F is for Family (Season 4) N – Frank Murphy and family returns with Jonathan Banks making his debut for the new season.
- Frank Elstner: Just One Last Question (2020) N – German special variety show.
- Jo Koy: In His Elements (2020) N – Stand-up special.
- Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts (Season 2) N – Children’s animated series from Dreamworks Animation.
- Magnetic (2018) – French sports documentary on surfing.
- The Woods (Season 1) N – Polish thriller series.
Coming to Netflix UK on June 13th
- Milea (2020) – Indonesian romantic-drama
Coming to Netflix UK on June 15th
- Hereditary (2018) – Horror wrote and directed by Ari Aster about a family being haunted.
- Roll Red Roll (2015) – Documentary about a highly controversial sexual assault case in Steubenville, Ohio.
- Shameless U.K (11 Seasons) – British comedy-drama series about the life of a dysfunctional Manchester family.
Coming to Netflix UK on June 16th
- Rick & Morty (Season 4) – The latest season of the Adult Swim series.
Coming to Netflix UK on June 17th
- El Limite Infinito (2019) – Argentine documentary
- Mr. Iglesias (Part 2) N – Sitcom starring comedian Gabriel Iglesias as the loveable and fluffy Spanish high school teacher.
- People Just Do Nothing (Season 5) – Sitcom series that follows a group of youths and their radio show Kurupt FM.
Coming to Netflix UK on June 18th
- Alexandria: Again and Forever (1989) – LGBT Arabic movie.
- A Whisker Away (2020) N – Fantasy anime movie that sees a schoolgirl trying to grab the attention of her crush by transforming into a cat.
- The Order (Season 2) N – Fantasy horror series
Coming to Netflix UK on June 19th
- Babies (Part 2) N – Documentary that focuses on the growth of babies in the first year of life.
- Father Soldier Son (2019) N – Documentary that follows a military family over the course of ten years.
- Feel the Beat (2020) N – Drama that follows April, who after failing to find her success on broadway returns to her small hometown.
- Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (2018) – Dracula, with his misfit monster friends and family go on holiday. Unbeknownst to them, the boat is commandeered by the monster-hating Van Helsing family.
- One Way for Tomorrow (2020) N – Turkish documentary series
- Skyscraper (2018) – Action thriller featuring Dwayne Johnson
- The Politician (Season 2) N – Second season of Ryan Murphy’s hilarious comedy-drama.
- The Sinner (Season 3) N – Crime Anthology series
- Wasp Network (2020) N – Thriller about a group of Cuban political prisoners who imprisoned by the United States since the late 90s on charges of espionage and murder.
Coming to Netflix UK on June 20th
- Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma (Season 1) – Anime series about young chefs battling against each other.
Coming to Netflix UK on June 23rd
- Eric André: Legalize Everything (2020) N – Stand-up special.
Coming to Netflix UK on June 24th
- Athlete A (2020) N – Documentary about the abuse young members of the USA Gymnastic’s team suffered at the hands of the team’s doctor, Larry Nassar.
- Crazy Delicious (Season 1) N – Cooking series.
- Freaks (2018) – Sci-fi movie about a girl who finds a new world and escapes her controlling father.
- Nobody Knows I’m Here (2020) N – Chilean drama
Coming to Netflix UK on June 26th
- Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (2020) N – The new parody movie featuring Rachel McAdams and Will Ferrell.
- Kasanova (2019) – Nollywood romantic comedy.
- Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (2018) – The sequel to the hit musical with more songs from ABBA.
Coming to Netflix UK on June 29th
- Dark (Season 3) N – German mystery drama returns for its final season on Netflix.
Coming to Netflix UK on June 30th
- BNA (Season 1) N – New Japanese anime series.
What are you looking forward to watching on Netflix UK in June 2020? Let us know in the comments below!