All the movies and TV shows hitting Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime in June 2020

A new movie from Spike Lee and a whodunnit filmed in Massachusetts highlight the new movies coming to Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu in June 2020.

Isiah Whitlock Jr., Norm Lewis, Clarke Peters, Delroy Lindo, and Jonathan Majors in "Da 5 Bloods." –David Lee/Netflix

With no new movie releases due to the coronavirus outbreak and only a handful of drive-in theaters in Massachusetts operating, June is shaping up to be another month of entertainment dominated by streaming.

Luckily, streaming giants like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime still have plenty of new releases coming up, as well as some old favorites.

Here’s the full list of new movies and TV shows arriving on the three platforms, as well as our must-watch picks from each company.

Hulu

Movies

Top pick: “Thelma and Louise”

A landmark feminist film that now sits in the Library of Congress, “Thelma and Louise” stars Susan Sarandon and Wareham native Geena Davis as a pair of outlaws heading for Mexico after Thelma (Davis) shoots a man who attempted to rape her. Directed by Ridley Scott (“Alien”) and featuring an early role from Brad Pitt as a drifter heartthrob who links up with the duo, “Thelma and Louise” also holds the distinction of being the most recent movie to earn two Oscar nominations for Best Actress in a Leading Role (for Davis and Sarandon).

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June 1

“Above & Beyond”
“Almost Adults”
“The American President”
“Born to be Wild”
“Casino”
“Charlie Wilson’s War”
“Cliffhanger”
“Constantine”
“The Cookout”
“Dave”
“Digging for Fire”
“Dirty Dancing”
“Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights”
“Equilibrium”
“Fair Game”
“4th Man Out”
“Frankenstein and the Monster From Hell”
“Futureworld”
“Grown Ups”
“Happily N’Ever After”
“Happily N’Ever After 2”
“Honey”
“Honey 2”
“I Am Legend”
“I Love You, Beth Cooper”
“I Still Know What You Did Last Summer”
“Incident at Loch Ness”
“Joyride”
“Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story”
“Kingpin”
“Losing Isaiah”
“The Marine 3: Homefront”
“Meet Me In Montenegro”
“Meet the Fockers”
“Meet the Parents”
“Mo’ Money”
“My Girl”
“My Girl 2”
“Nate and Hayes”
“October Sky”
“The Pawnbroker”
“Quigley Down Under”
“Robin Hood: Men in Tights”
“Sex Drive”
“The Scout”
“10 Year Plan”
“Thelma & Louise”
“Trade”
“Treading Water”
“True Romance” (Director’s Cut)
“The Tuxedo”
“Undertow”
“Up in the Air”
“Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins”
“Women and Sometimes Men”
“The Wood”
“Wristcutters: A Love Story”
“The X-Files”
“You Don’t Mess With the Zohan”
“Zardoz”

June 2
“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”

June 4
“Miss Snake Charmer”

June 5
“Intrigo: Dear Agnes”
“Shirley”
“We Are Freestyle Love Supreme”

June 6
“The Appearance”

June 8
“From Paris With Love”

June 12
“Awakenings”
“Child’s Play”
“Fools Rush In”
“Intrigo: Samaria”
“Poetic Justice”
“Seven Pounds”

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June 13
“Dragonheart”
“Eye in the Skye”
“Windtalkers”

June 15
“Breakup at a Wedding”
“Dustwalker”
“Pan”
“The U.S. vs. John Lennon’

June 16
“Larry Crowne”

June 17
“Nostalgia”

June 18
“Buffaloed”
“Crawl”

June 19
“Bean”
“Gigli”
“Hart’s War”
“La Bamba”
“Mr. Bean’s Holiday”
“Natural Born Killers”
“Out of Sight”
“The Peacemaker”
“Tears of the Sun”
“Zoom”

June 22
“Clemency”
“XX”

June 25
“Charlie’s Angels”
“Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and the Band”

June 29
“Carrion”

June 30
“The Gallows Act II”
“Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol”
“One For The Money”
“6 Souls”
“That’s My Boy”

TV Shows/Specials

Top TV pick: “Brockmire”: Season 4

Hank Azaria may be best known for his work voicing many of the characters on “The Simpsons,” but he’s also a capable leading man as demonstrated in the IFC series “Brockmire,” which concluded its fourth and final season this month. In the comedy, Azaria plays Jim Brockmire, a once-beloved baseball announcer who falls from grace after an on-air meltdown. Hulu now has the complete series, which means you can watch Brockmire’s evolution from jaded has-been to stable family man, while enjoying the bumps in the road along the way.

June 1
“Celebrity Family Feud”: Season 6 Premiere
“Children’s Hospital”: Complete Series
“Match Game”: Season 5 Premiere
“Mike Tyson Mysteries”: Complete Seasons 1-3
“Press Your Luck”: Season 2 Premiere

June 7
“Where’s Waldo?”: Complete Season 1

June 8
“My Absolute Boyfriend”: Complete Season 1
“Radiant”: Complete Season 1 (Rakuten)

June 9
“The Best of The Bachelor”: Series Premiere (ABC)

June 10
“Tyler Perry’s The Haves and the Have Nots”: Complete Season 7

June 13
“Crossing Swords”: Series Premiere
“Don’t”: Series Premiere
“Into the Dark: Good Boy”: New Episode Premiere

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June 14
“Brockmire”: Complete Season 4

June 19
“Love Victor”: Series Premiere
“Taste the Nation With Padma Lakshmi”: Series Premiere

June 20
“Ultimate Tag”

June 29
“Ramy”: Season 2

Netflix

Movies

Top pick: “Da 5 Bloods”

Spike Lee’s newest film is bypassing theaters and heading directly to Netflix this month. Four Black Vietnam War veterans (Delroy Lindo, “Get Shorty”; Clarke Peters, “The Wire”; Norm Lewis, “Scandal”; Isiah Whitlock Jr., “Cedar Rapids”) return to the country to search for the remains of their dead squad leader (Chadwick Boseman, “Black Panther”) while also seeking buried treasure. Along the way, they face forces of man and nature and must confront their roles in the immoral conflict. Before “Da 5 Bloods” drops on June 12, you can also enjoy Lee’s taut 2006 crime thriller “Inside Man,” which arrives on the service this month.

June 1
“122”
“Act of Valor”
“All Dogs Go to Heaven”
“Bad News Bears”
“The Boy”
“Cape Fear”
“The Car”
“Casper”
“Clueless”
“Cook Off”
“The Disaster Artist”
“E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial”
“The Healer”
“The Help”
“Inside Man”
“Juwanna Mann”
“The Lake House”
“Lust, Caution”
“Mirai”
“Observe and Report”
“Our House”
“Priest”
“The Queen”
“Rememory”
“The Silence of the Lambs”
“Starship Troopers”
“The Stolen”
“Twister”
“V for Vendetta”
“Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story”
“West Side Story”
“You Don’t Mess With the Zohan”
“Zodiac”

June 3
“Killing Gunther”
“Lady Bird”
“Spelling the Dream”

June 5
“Choked: Paisa Bolta Hai”
“The Last Days of American Crime”

June 6
“The Night Clerk”
“Queen of the South”: Season 4

June 7
“365 Days”

June 8
“Before I Fall”

June 10
“Lenox Hill”

June 12
“Da 5 Bloods”

June 15
“The Show Must Go On”
“Underdogs”

June 16
“Baby Mama”
“Charlie St. Cloud”
“The Darkness”
“Frost/Nixon”

June 18
“A Whisker Away”
“One Take”

June 19
“Babies: Part 2”
“Father Soldier Son”
“Feel the Beat”
“Lost Bullet”
“One-Way to Tomorrow”
“Wasp Network”

June 21
“Goldie”

June 22
“Dark Skies”

June 24
“Athlete A”
“Nobody Knows I’m Here (Nadie sabe que estoy aquí)”

June 26
“Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga”
“Home Game”
“Straight Up”

June 29
“Bratz: The Movie”

June 30
“Adú”

TV Shows/Specials

Top pick: “Fuller House: The Farewell Season”

Nearly 25 years after “Full House” aired its final episode on ABC, its sequel series “Fuller House” will come to an end on Netflix after five seasons. The sitcom centers around three stars from the original series — D.J. Tanner-Fuller (Candace Cameron Bure), Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin), and Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) — all grown up and living together in the Tanner childhood home. The house is fuller than ever, thanks to DJ’s three sons, Stephanie’s newborn, and Kimmy’s live-in family, which makes planning a triple wedding quite complicated.

June 1
“Cardcaptor Sakura: Clow Card”
“Cardcaptor Sakura: Sakura Card”
“Cocomelon: Season 1”
“Dear My Friends”: Season 1
“Midnight Diner”
“My Shy Boss”: Season 1
“Revolutionary Love”: Season 1

June 2
“Alone”: Season 6
“Fuller House”: The Farewell Season
“Garth Brooks”: The Road I’m On: Season 1
“True: Rainbow Rescue”

June 4
“Baki: The Great Raitai Tournament Saga”
“Can You Hear Me / M’entends-tu?”

June 5
“13 Reasons Why”
“Hannibal”: Season 1-3
“Queer Eye”: Season 5
“Supernatural”: Season 15

June 6
“Queen of the South”: Season 4

June 7
“Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj”: Volume 6

June 10
“Curon”
“DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”: Season 5
“Middle Men”
“My Mister:” Season 1
“Reality Z”

June 11
“Pose”: Season 2
“Whispers”: Season 1

June 12
“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”: Seasons 1-3
“Pokémon Journeys”: The Series
“The Search”
“The Woods”

June 13
“Alexa & Katie Part 4”
“How to Get Away With Murder”: Season 6
“Milea”

June 14
“Marcella”: Season 3

June 15
“Avatar The Last Airbender”: Seasons 1-3
“Chichipatos”: Season 1
“La reina de Indias y el conquistador”: Season 1
“Magic for Humans”: Season 3
“She-Ra and the Princesses of Power”: Season 5
“White Lines”: Season 1

June 17
“An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn”
“Mr. Iglesias: Part 2”

June 18
“The Order”: Season 2

June 19
“Babies: Part 2”
“Floor Is Lava”
“Girls From Ipanema”: Season 2
“The Politician”: Season 2
“Rhyme Time Town”

June 23
“Eric Andre: Legalize Everything”

June 24
“Crazy Delicious”

June 26
“Amar y vivir”

June 30
“BNA”
“George Lopez: We’ll Do It for Half”

 

Amazon

Movies

Top Pick: “Knives Out”

One of the most entertaining movies of 2019, “Knives Out” is a modern whodunnit from Rian Johnson (“Star Wars: The Last Jedi”) that was filmed in Massachusetts in 2018. Following the death of wealthy publishing magnate Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer, “The Insider”), a renowned detective (Daniel Craig, “Casino Royale”) is on the case, and everyone is a suspect. With a deep ensemble cast including Sudbury native Chris Evans (“The Avengers”), Jamie Lee Curtis (“Halloween”), and Toni Collette (“Little Miss Sunshine”), the film already has a sequel in the works.

June 1
“Dirty Dancing”
“Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights”
“Fair Game”
“Frankenstein And The Monster From Hell”
“Futureworld”
“How To Train Your Dragon”
“Incident At Loch Ness”
“Joyride”
“Kingpin”
“Nate And Hayes”
“Sex Drive”
“Shrek Forever After”
“The Cookout”
“The Natural”
“Trade”
“Wristcutters: A Love Story”
“You Don’t Mess With The Zohan”

June 3
“Takers”

June 7
“Equilibrium”

June 12
“Child’s Play”
“Knives Out”

June 15
“The U.S. vs. John Lennon”

June 18
“Crawl”

June 19
“7500”

June 27
“Guns Akimbo”

June 30
“Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol”
“One for the Money”
“Spy Kids”
“Spy Kids 3: Game Over”
“The Gallows Act II”
“Where the Wild Things Are”

TV Series/Specials

Top pick: “The L Word”

Showtime decided to give its early 2000s landmark drama “The L Word” a sequel, which debuted in December 2019. If you’ve already seen the original, you can skip ahead to “The L Word” Generation Q,” which also debuts on Amazon this month. But for those who initially missed “The L Word” — notable as the first show to feature a homosexual, bisexual, and transgender character in its ensemble — the first season is now available.

June 1
“Air Warriors”: Season 1
“Annie Oakley”: Season 1
“Doc Martin”: Season 1
“Dragnet”: Season 1
“Finding Your Roots”: Season 1
“Forsyte Saga”: Season 1
“Growing up McGhee”: Season 1
“Liar”: Season 1
“Professor T”: Season 1
“Roadkill Garages”: Season 1
“Saints and Sinners”: Season 1
“Super Why”: Season 1
“SWV Reunited”: Season 1
“The Black Death: The World’s Most Devastating Plague”
“The L Word”: Season 1
“The L Word: Generation Q”: Season 1
“The Saint”: Season 1
“Wackey Races”: Season 1
“Work in Progress”: Season 1

June 5
“Gina Brillon: The Floor is Lava” (Amazon Original special)

June 21
“Life in Pieces”: Seasons 1-4
“Pete the Cat”: Season 2, Part 1

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