What To Watch In June: 10 Must-See Movies & TV Shows

By Haley Bosselman | June 5, 2024



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With summer finally here, blockbusters abound on the big and small screen. Read below for the can’t-miss titles arriving in June.

Queenie

Based on the best-seller by Candice Cart Williams, watch Queenie (Dionne Brown) take on a messy breakup, navigating her identity as a Jamaican-British woman and the rollercoaster of being a 20-something in South London.

Where to watch: Hulu June 7

Love Island U.K. Season 11

Commit your summer to nearly nightly new episodes of the beloved reality TV series where young people across the U.K., Europe and Australia take over a Spanish villa to compete in games and for one another’s hearts.

Where to watch: Hulu June 11

Bridgerton Season 3 Part 2

Following the highly successful release of Bridgerton season 3 part 1, prepare to learn the fate of Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlin), a Regency Era Brit on the precipice of all her dreams for romance, love and living a fulfilling life both coming true and falling apart.

Where to Watch: Netflix June 13

The Boys Season 4

The satirical superhero series returns this month and plunges further into the wicked world of the Supes and the motley crew trying to keep them in line.

Where to watch: Prime June 13

Monkey Man

Dev Patel’s directorial debut makes its way to streaming after a critically acclaimed theater run earlier this year. The action thriller follows a masked young man who takes justice into his own hands against corrupt leaders who murdered his mother and terrorize the poor.

Where to watch: Peacock June 14

Inside Out 2

In 2015, Inside Out showed us how Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust all work in harmony. Now, things take a turn when new emotions like Anxiety and Envy show up. Ayo Edebiri and Maya Hawke expand the star-studded cast of Tony Hale, Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Lewis Black and Liza Lapira.

Where to watch: In theaters June 14

House of the Dragon Season 2

House of the Dragon is back with season 2 with new episodes on Sundays at 9 p.m. A prequel to Game of Thrones, the new season sees Westeros on the precipice of a civil war between King Aegon and Queen Rhaenyra over who shall lead House Targaryen.

Where to watch: HBO June 16

The Bikeriders

Featuring a stacked cast of Tom Hardy, Mike Faist, Austin Butler, Jodie Comer, Michael Shannon and Norman Reedus, this crime-thriller follows a Midwestern motorcycle club’s 10-year story as it evolved from outsider crew to menacing gang.

Where to watch: In theaters June 21

A Family Affair

Rom-com lovers are in luck. Netflix has a new flick that stars Nicole Kidman, Zac Efron and Joy King, which sees what happens when one assistant’s movie star boss falls for her mom.

Where to watch: Netflix June 28

The Bear Season 3

With Carmy’s (Jeremy Allen White) restaurant officially open, the Emmy-winning series returns with a season 3 that serves up on intensity, adrenaline and great food.

Where to watch: Hulu June 28

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