We all eagerly wait for new content to arrive on streaming platforms. The spring is finally here and the streaming giants are still trying to engage the audience on their devices by providing some exciting titles in the month of June.
When it comes to Netflix, they are offering a healthy amount of Originals and classics from the past for the users. They are coming with many new seasons of the in-house produced shows and also releasing some new ones. On the other hand, Hulu is offering some really great critically acclaimed shows and movies to the users. Though, the most awaited show in the month of June is coming from the house of Hulu itself. They are coming back with the third season of its award-winning show, The Handmaid’s Tale.
When it comes to Amazon Prime Video, the streaming giant is coming with an anticipated documentary on the Jonas Brothers and also some really interesting movies and shows.
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Now, when you look at the things arriving on the platforms this month, it is tough to choose the best ones to watch. But, you don’t need to worry now, as we will be presenting you with the list of best shows and movies coming to Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video this month.
So, without any further ado, let us jump on the list, so you can decide what to watch and whatnot.
Black Mirror Season 5 (Netflix)
Ever since the series aired, it has been considered one of the best shows ever produced by Netflix. It revolves around different stories in every episode where the connection of technology and its adverse effects are shown. It is a dark show created by Charlie Brooker.
The impact of technology on our lives and what can happen in the future is depicted in the anthology series. The show has already won multiple awards and fans are expecting the new season to be a thrilling ride as well.
Creative Galaxy Season 3 (Amazon Prime Video)
The third season of the animated original series by Amazon is coming to Prime Video this month. The show revolves around Arty and his sidekick Epiphany, who travel around the galaxy searching for problems which they can solve with the help of art.
The show has been favorite of kids and it is being released at the right time as the holidays will end soon.
The Handmaid’s Tale Season 3 (Hulu)
Hulu’s award-winning series is here. The show will be revived for the third season and we will finally get to the see June, who will become a rebel to get equal rights. Ever since the show began, the character has been loved by people.
Her quest and the way she is fighting despite living as a concubine to a Gileadan officer and his wife. It will be interesting to see where the show goes after the events that took place at the end of the second season.
Jessica Jones Season 3 (Netflix)
The third and final season of Marvel Comics’ show, Jessica Jones will air this June. The show has been canceled by Netflix despite its popularity. The show stars Krysten Ritter, Rachael Taylor, Eka Darville, and Carrie-Anne Moss.
The fans were heavily impressed with the first season of the show, but the second didn’t live up to the expectations. Now, being the final season, fans are hoping that the third one will be an exciting ride for Jessica and the show will end on a high note.
Chasing Happiness (Amazon Prime Video)
The much-awaited documentary on Jonas Brothers will finally hit Amazon Prime Video this month. It will detail the rise of the trio, their separation, and how the personal life experiences brought them together to make an album almost after six years.
There will be some unseen footages from the singers’ childhood and how they rose to stardom. It will definitely be a treat for the fans.
Ask Dr. Ruth (Hulu)
Another much-awaited documentary that is going to be released this month is based on the life of Dr. Ruth Westheimer. It will take us on her life’s journey and how she rose to fame in the United States and the world.
If you don’t know, then let me tell you that she is one of the most famous sex therapists in the United States. She is someone who brought a sexual revolution by making such discussions possible.
The Dark Knight (Netflix)
Both the first and second installment of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy will arrive on Netflix this month. Though, we would talk about the best superhero movie, The Dark Knight. The movie is set in Gotham after Joker portrayed by Heath Ledger joins the series.
It is without a doubt one of the greatest movies ever made. The Dark Knight is also the only superhero film where an actor won an Oscar for his portrayal. Heath Ledger posthumously won the Best Supporting Actor for his iconic portrayal of Joker.
Rocky (Amazon Prime Video)
The iconic boxing film that made what Sylvester Stallone what he is today will be coming to Prime Video by the end of June. The movie revolves around a boxer named Rocky, who somehow gets a chance to fight the heavyweight champion, Apollo Creed.
Rocky who is unaware of what lies in front of him, jumps in the ring and that’s when he realizes something. The movie is an inspiration and also a must-watch.
The Weekly (Hulu)
Another original series coming from the house of Hulu. The show focuses on the journalism of The New York Times. It is not a documentary.
The show will see one of the investigative journalists of The New York Times handling and working on an important issue going on in a day. The issues will be shown in a half-hour episode.
I Am Mother (Netflix)
The movie is set in the post-apocalyptic time when humans are nearing extinction. The story revolves around a girl who is raised by a robot whose mission is to repopulate the earth.
But, things take a turn when they encounter a stranger, who shares alarming news. The trailer of the film has given a lot of information but still, it looks like a creepy affair. It will be interesting to see what more is there for the fans to watch.
Suits (Amazon Prime Video)
The eighth season of the show, Suits that aired earlier this year will be coming to Prime Video this June. The show revolves around one of the best lawyers of New York City, Harvey Spectre, who hires a young talented college dropout.
They together have to solve many cases while keeping the education qualification of the young guy a secret. The show has a major fan following and it stars Patrick J Adams, Gabriel Macht, and Sarah Rafferty.
The movie stars Christian Bale as Dick Cheney and Sam Rockwell as George W. Bush. It revolves around the former Vice-President of the United States who is also the CEO of Halliburton Co.
After George Bush wins the election by a narrow margin, Dick Cheney utilizes his political and business brain to reform the world and the country. His resume includes several things including White House chief of staff, House Minority Whip and defense secretary of the United States.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Netflix)
The animated superhero film based on the Marvel Comics superhero, Miles Morales aka Spider-Man is another great film coming this June. The movie revolves around Miles who becomes Spider-Man in his reality and then, meets other Spider-Mans from different dimensions to solve a problem threatening all the realities.
It became first non-Disney/Pixar film after Rango to win the Best Animated Feature Film at the Oscars.
The Silence of the Lambs (Amazon Prime Video)
The movie which will be remembered for decades to come is arriving on Prime Video this June. The film revolves around an FBI agent who seeks help from Hannibal Lecter, a former psychiatrist and a serial killer to catch another serial killer.
The role of Sir Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal Lecter went on to win Academy Award for Best Actor despite 14 minutes’ screen time. It also won Best Pictures at the Oscars.
Marvin’s Room (Hulu)
Many of you might not have watched this classic starring Robert De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Meryl Streep. The movie revolves around a woman who takes care of her father who is bedridden due to a heart attack. She is not supported by her sister.
Later, the woman needs help as she is diagnosed with leukemia. Things turn strange and complex as the story progresses. It is a must-watch film for people who love seeing these legendary stars.
So, these are some of the best titles which are coming to Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video. Which ones are you planning to watch?