It's easy to feel like time has lost all meaning in the year of 2020, but the monthly additions to Netflix are here to tell you that time is definitely moving forward. And all the new Netflix June 2020 movies and TV shows are proof that it's actually a good thing. Yes, there are also titles that will be leaving the streaming service, but all the new content — finally a new season of Queer Eye — is worth the trade off.
June will be a huge month for Netflix original series, with the return of the aforementioned Queer Eye, the premiere of the final episodes of Fuller House, and new seasons of 13 Reasons Why and The Politician. It's also an exciting month for movies, with the premiere of Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods, a drama about Vietnam vets, and Will Ferrell's Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga.
As for what's leaving Netflix in June, that's gonna hurt a little. Tarzan and Avengers: Infinity War are both leaving the streaming service, no doubt exchanging Netflix for a home on Disney+. Meanwhile fan favorites like Center Stage and Julie & Julia will also be taken off streaming in June.
Here's a closer look at some titles coming in June you really won't want to miss:
'All Dogs Go To Heaven' — Coming June 1
This musical fantasy film centers around a dog named Charlie who dies under unfortunate circumstances, but due to his unfinished business on Earth, he decides to break out of heaven and get revenge on the canines that killed him. But with the help of his friends and little girl who can talk to animals that he meets along the way, Charlie soon discovers what life should really be about and finds peace in an unexpected place. You can’t keep a good dog down.
'Clueless' — Coming June 1
This 1995 American coming-of-age classic will instantly transport you back to the drama-filled days of high school and make you dream of what life could be like if you lived in a Beverly Hills mansion like Cher. Could the world get any better than that? As if!
'Casper' — Coming June 1
When it comes to friendly ghosts, no one does it better than Casper. However, his afterlife soon gets changed forever when James Harvey (Bill Pullman) and his teenage daughter Kat (Christina Ricci) move into his haunted mansion in Maine. Has Casper found the loving family he's always wanted? Only if his mischievous uncles don't scare them off first.
'E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial' — Coming June 1
Dogs may typically be man's best friend, but when it comes to a little boy named Elliott, his closest comrade is a gentle alien named E.T., who not only loves M&Ms, but is also desperately searching for a way to reunite with his family. But as much as Elliott wants to help his new friend, both of them soon realize just how difficult goodbyes can be.
'The Silence of the Lambs' — Coming June 1
Anthony Hopkins makes for a terrifying serial killer in the form of Hannibal Lecter, who is known for eating his victims after killing them. Though he was ultimately captured, his skills as a psychiatrist are called upon to help FBI agent-in-training Clarice Starling catch a new and deadly killer. But if she hopes to pick through Dr. Lecter's brain, he must be allowed to do the same (quid pro quo), which leads to a rather intriguing relationship.
'The Help' — Coming June 1
Based on Kathryn Stockett's 2009 novel of the same name, this film takes place during the civil rights movement and details the harsh truths of what African American maids went through on a daily basis while working for white families.
'The Lake House' — Coming June 1
A romantic fantasy film that stars Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock as two individuals whose only means to communicate are through a magical mailbox? Need we say more?
'Fuller House: The Farewell Season' — Coming June 2
The Tanner and Fuller families are gearing up to say goodbye (again), but not before delivered nine more fun-filled episodes of love, laughter, and a triple wedding. Whether you were a fan of the original series or are just familiar with the Netflix spinoff, this is one sendoff you won't want to miss.
'Lady Bird' — Coming June 3
The complicated relationship that exists between a mother and her teenage daughter is a tale as old as time, however, this Greta Gerwig creation provides a new and refreshing take on the coming of age story genre that's both relatable and heartbreaking. You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll be grateful your high school years are behind you.
'13 Reasons Why' Season 4 — Coming June 5
Clay and his fellow Liberty High seniors are preparing for graduation, but before they can look toward a brighter future, they will be forced to deal with some of the demons (and ghosts) from their dark past. But how much longer can they possibly keep all of these secrets buried? That's a question this final season will ultimately answer.
'Hannibal' Seasons 1-3 — Coming June 5
Those who still haven't recovered from NBC's cancelation of Hannibal back in 2015 will be pleased to learn that all three seasons of the psychological thriller series will be available to stream starting on June 5. It's not as savory as a Season 4 pickup would've been, but it's the next best thing. Bon appétit!
'Queer Eye' Season 5 — Coming June 5
Your favorite Fab Five members are back to make your quarantine days a bit brighter. This time, they're taking their talents to Philadelphia in order to make over a new cast of everyday heroes, which range from a hardworking DJ to a struggling dog groomer.
'Pose' Season 2 — Coming June 11
The second installment of Ryan Murphy's breakout drama series will soon be available for your streaming pleasure. As ballroom culture starts to become mainstream in the public eye thanks to Madonna's song "Vogue," Blanca, Pray Tell, and co. learn to adjust to this changing new world, for better and for worse. It's enough to make anyone want to strike a pose, again and again.
'How To Get Away With Murder' Season 6 — Coming June 13
Whether you are simply in need of a rewatch or want to see it all play out for the first time, viewers will soon be able to experience HTGAWM Season 6 in its entirety when it hits Netflix on June 13. Who lived? Who died? Who got away with murder? All is revealed during these final nail-biting episodes.
'Baby Mama' — Coming June 16
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are comedy gold in this story about a woman's journey to motherhood and the unusual bond she develops with her rather eccentric surrogate. It's a fun take on parenting and friendship that's definitely worth a rewatch or two.
'The Politician' — Coming June 19
Payton Hobart (Ben Platt) may have gotten out of the political game at the end of Season 1, but Season 2 will find him competing in the biggest campaign of his career thus far as he attempts to oust Dede Standish (Judith Light) from her seat in the New York State Senate. There will be double-crossings. There will be threesomes. There will be drama.
'Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga' — Coming June 26
Starring Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams, this Netflix film centers around two small-town singers, Lars and Sigrit, who are given the opportunity to fulfill their dream of competing in the world's biggest song contest. But do they have what it takes to go the distance? If their costumes are any indication, that answer is a resounding yes.
'George Lopez: We'll Do It For Half' — Coming June 30
Serving as his very first Netflix comedy special, George Lopez returns to his stand-up roots to discuss "race, politics, and life lessons to be learned from the Latino community; especially the elders," according to the official description.
But just as come new additions come in, other notable titles are forced to head out. Here are some of the most prominent projects leaving Netflix next month...
'Mad Men': Season 1-7 — Leaving June 9
This month marks the end of an era as Don Draper and his fellow colleagues at Sterling Cooper prepare to leave the streaming platform for the foreseeable future. If ever there was a reason to start drinking during work hours (a la Don Draper) it would be now, in light of this devastating news.
'Tarzan' — Leaving June 22
This 1999 classic about a boy who grows up among gorillas is full of heart and equally amazing songs to match, created by Phil Collins. By story's end you'll start to wonder who the real animals in this film are, which will leave you reaching for the tissues again and again. If you haven't seen it already, be sure to do so ASAP.
'Avengers: Infinity War' — Leaving June 24
Like a snap of Thanos' mighty fingers, Avengers: Infinity War will leave Netflix at the end of the month. However, for those who have already signed up with Disney+ never fear — the film, along with all other Marvel movies, is available to stream on that platform, so you can watch your favorite superheroes fade to dust until your heart's content. (Though we're not sure why you would want to do that to yourself.)
'Center Stage' — Leaving June 30
Plans may be in the works to adapt Center Stage into a TV series, however, the original film's time on Netflix is sadly coming to an end. So if you were hoping to catch a glimpse at what life was like for students attending the American Ballet Academy in New York City, best do so soon before your time runs out.
'Cheers': Season 1-11 — Leaving June 30
Cheers may be a bar where everyone knows your name, but in reality June will serve as the show's last call on the streaming platform, which means you'll have to get your Ted Danson fill elsewhere. The good news is, there's always The Good Place.
'Click' — Leaving June 30
What if you were given a universal remote that can, quite literally, control your universe, allowing the user to fast-forward during the boring parts of their day? The concept may sound great, but as Adam Sandler's Michael Newman soon finds out, it can come with dire consequences and teaches him to enjoy as much of life as he can, because before he knows it, it could be gone in a blink (or rather a click). As will the movie itself starting on June 30.
'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' — Leaving June 30
Every student is tempted with cutting class at some point in their life, but no one can ever pull it off quite like Ferris Bueller, which is why it's so sad that the iconic '80s classic will be parting ways from Netflix at the end of the month. Is there any way we can skip over that decision? Anyone? Hello...? Bueller....???
'Kate & Leopold' — Leaving June 30
They may come from different centuries, but Kate and Leopold couldn't be better suited for each other — if only time could be on their side, as well as ours, given the film won't be available for streaming much longer. Sigh.
'The Mask of Zorro' — Leaving June 30
Revenge. Love. Desire. Swordplay. This film has it all and then some as a young thief gets trained by the once-great Zorro in order to avenge his brother's death and get justice for his mentor along the way.
'The Matrix' — Leaving June 30
Before Westworld made us all question the nature of our reality, The Matrix took us on a similar journey that suggested machines are secretly controlling (and growing) the human race for their own means without our knowledge. Talk about a rude wakeup call.
'The Ring' — Leaving June 30
If watching a girl emerge from a well and force her way through your television screen is your form of a good time, then you'll probably be disappointed to learn that it will no longer be available on Netflix after this month. So enjoy those nightmares while you can.
'Scary Movie' — Leaving June 30
From Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer to The Blair Witch Project, this parody slasher film spoofs all of your favorite horror movies in the most hilarious way possible. But much like with most slasher flicks, this killer classic's reign of terror must come to an end.
Here's a full list of everything leaving and coming to Netflix in June of 2020:
- It's Okay to Not Be Okay
- One Take
- Roswell, New Mexico — Season 2
- The Show Must Go On: The Queen + Adam Lambert Story
- Act of Valor
- All Dogs Go to Heaven
- Bad News Bears
- Cape Fear
- Cardcaptor Sakura: Clow Card
- Cardcaptor Sakura: Sakura Card
- Cocomelon: Season 1
- E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
- The Healer
- Inside Man
- Lust, Caution
- Observe and Report
- The Silence of the Lambs
- Starship Troopers
- The Boy
- The Car (1977)
- The Disaster Artist
- The Help
- The Lake House
- The Queen
- V for Vendetta
- Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
- West Side Story
- You Don't Mess with the Zohan
- Alone — Season 6
- Fuller House: The Farewell Season
- Garth Brooks: The Road I'm On — Season 1
- True: Rainbow Rescue
- Killing Gunther
- Lady Bird
- Spelling the Dream
- Baki: The Great Raitai Tournament Saga
- Can You Hear Me/M'entends-tu?
- 13 Reasons Why — Season 4
- Choked: Paisa Bolta Hai
- Hannibal — Season 1-3
- The Last Days of American Crime
- Queer Eye — Season 5
- Queen of the South — Season 4
- Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj: Volume 6
- Before I Fall
- DC's Legends of Tomorrow — Season 5
- Lenox Hill
- Middle Men
- My Mister — Season 1
- Reality Z
- Pose — Season 2
- Da 5 Bloods
- Dating Around — Season 2
- F is for Family — Season 4
- Jo Koy: In His Elements
- Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts — Season 2
- ONE PIECE: Alabasta
- ONE PIECE: East Blue
- ONE PIECE: Enter Chopper at the Winter Island
- ONE PIECE: Entering into the Grand Line
- Pokémon Journeys: The Series
- The Search
- The Woods
- Alexa & Katie Part 4
- How To Get Away With Murder — Season 6
- Marcella — Season 3
- Baby Mama
- Charlie St. Cloud
- The Darkness
- An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn
- Mr Iglesias: Part 2
- A Whisker Away
- The Order — Season 2
- Babies: Part 2
- Father Soldier Son
- Feel the Beat
- Floor is Lava
- Lost Bullet
- Girls from Ipanema — Season 2
- One-Way To Tomorrow
- The Politician — Season 2
- Rhyme Time Town
- Wasp Network
- Dark Skies
- Eric Andre: Legalize Everything
- Athlete A
- Crazy Delicious
- Nobody Knows I'm Here/Nadie sabe que estoy aquí
- Amar y vivir
- Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga
- Home Game
- Straight Up
- Bratz: The Movie
- George Lopez: We'll Do It For Half
- The King's Speech
- God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness
- From Paris with Love
- Mad Men — Season 1-7
- Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell — Series 1
- Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer
- Dragonheart: A New Beginning
- Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire
- Cutie and the Boxer
- The Stanford Prison Experiment
- Tarzan 2
- Avengers: Infinity War
- Jeopardy!: Celebrate Alex Collection
- Jeopardy!: Cindy Stowell Collection
- Jeopardy!: Seth Wilson Collection
- The Day My Butt Went Psycho! — Season 1-2
- The Amityville Horror
- The Andy Griffith Show — Season 1-8
- The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
- Brooklyn's Finest
- Center Stage
- Chasing Amy
- Cheers — Season 1-11
- Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
- The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
- The Duchess
- Elizabeth: The Golden Age
- Ferris Bueller's Day Off
- Ghost Rider
- Happyish — Season 1
- Here Alone
- Instructions Not Included
- The Invention of Lying
- Julie & Julia
- Kate & Leopold
- Kiss the Girls
- The Last Samurai
- Limitless — Season 1
- Little Monsters
- Mansfield Park
- The Mask of Zorro
- The Matrix
- The Matrix Reloaded
- The Matrix Revolutions
- Minority Report
- Patriot Games
- The Polar Express
- Race to Witch Mountain
- The Ring
- Scary Movie
- Stuart Little 2
- Tremors 2: Aftershocks
- Tremors 3: Back to Perfection
- Tremors 4: The Legend Begins
- Tremors 5: Bloodline
- What Lies Beneath
- Yes Man
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