Netflix: what to watch in June 2023 –

Despite the fact that it is summer, streamers seem to really enjoy releasing a boatload of exciting and fresh content during the warmer months, and for Netflix this is once again the case.

With a series of new additions, all based on the UK additions, here are what to keep an eye out for on Netflix this month.

Television series:

Arnold – June 7

This three-part docu-series explores how Arnold Schwarzenegger went from humble beginnings to world stardom.

Never Have I Ever – Season 4 – June 8

In the final season of the rom-com show, Devi navigates through his senior year of high school and all the personal and social challenges it brings.

Human Resources – Season 2 – June 9

The animated series is back for its second and final outing, with an all-star cast lending their voices to the emotion monsters of Big Mouth.

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Our Planet 2 – June 14

David Attenborough lends his voice to this nature documentary that aims to show the diverse world of the animal kingdom.

Black Mirror – Season 6 – June 15

After a four-year break, Netflix’s sci-fi anthology makes its return in a five-episode season that includes Aaron Paul and Salma Hayek.

Breaking Point – Part 2 – June 21

The tennis docu-series makes its return and looks to continue telling the stories of the best tennis athletes from around the world in a style similar to Formula 1: Drive to Survive.

Skull Island – June 22

A group of adventurers finds them shipwrecked on a mysterious island inhabited by prehistoric creatures in this animated series.

The Witcher – Season 3 Part 1 – June 29

Henry Cavill is back for his latest outing as Geralt of Rivia in Netflix’s contradictory adaptation of the fantasy novels. This adaptation of the Time of Contempt book splits this season into two parts.

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The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (2022) – June 12

Nicolas Cage portrays himself in this hilarious crime comedy starring Pedro Pascal as a Nick Cage superfan and millionaire.

Extraction 2 – June 16

Chris Hemsworth is back as Tyler Rake in this action-packed sequel in which he must extract and protect a family from a Georgia mobster.

Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical (2022) – June 24

In this musical retelling of Roald Dahl’s beloved book, Marshanna Lynch and Emma Thompson bring the fictional characters to life, while Tim Minchin wrote the script and soundtrack.

Nimona – June 30

Riz Ahmed and Chloë Grace Moretz star in this animated film about a young girl who must prove the innocence of a knight who is framed for a crime he did not commit.

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