Here’s what’s coming to Netflix Canada in June

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Here’s all of the television shows and movies coming to Netflix Canada this June.

There is a full list of titles at the bottom of the article.

June 1st and 2nd

This month starts off with Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, a fantastical movie based on the novel by the same name. Though it adds and take away essential plot points, it gives a different experience for readers of the novels and those who are new to its world. Also on the 1st is Birth of a Nation a historical drama where a preacher commences an uprising to free fellow slaves in the South.

June 2nd the second season of Flaked starring Will Arnett, where the actor plays as a self-help guru who needs a bit of help himself, is set to drop. Season 2 of Chelsea Handler’s ‘Chelsea’ is set to release every Friday in June as well.

June 4th to the 9th

Turn: Washington Spies season three, a drama based Alexander Rose’s book Washington Spies: The Story America’s First Spy Ring, focused on the Culper Ring, will launch on the 4th of June.

While on the 7th the movie Edge of Seventeen starring Hailee Steinfeld, Hayley Lu Richardson and Blake Jenner about a high school girl’s best friend dating her older brother, will release.

June 9th is the day nearly everyone has been waiting for, however, with the fifth season of Netflix Original Orange is the New Black, starring Taylor Schilling as Piper, finally releasing. The 9th is also the premiere of Netflix Original Shimmer Lake, a small town crime thriller directed and written by Oren Uziel, one of the writers for 22 Jump Street.

June 11th – 14th

Vacation, a movie with a self explanatory title, will launch on the 11th, with Oh Hello on Broadway, the Oh Hello comedy act created by Nick Kroll and John Mulaney.

The second season of Quantico, focused on the lives of FBI agents who went through Quantico together, and how an explosion at Grand Central Station has turned their lives upside down. One of my favourite shows, Animal Kingdoma crime drama that focuses on the life of Joshua J Cody, played by Finn Cole, who moves in with his grandmother and his three uncles, who all pull off insane heists.

June 16th

The 16th is a bit of a busy day for Netflix, as three different titles will be launching. Netflix Original The Ranch, starring Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson, both from That 70s Show — also on Netflix, —  will release its third season.

Children’s show, World of Winx season two will also be available on the 16th. Lastly A Man Called Ove, a Swedish comedy-drama film will release on Netflix, with subtitles, on the 16th

June 20th – 22nd

Disney’s newest hyrdro-kinetic princess, Moana, will be joining Netflix on the 20th.

Action crime drama, Queen of the South season one will be Netflix on the 21st. The show features a woman trying to avenge her boyfriend by being the country’s most prevalent drug smuggler.

On June 22nd the comedy drama film, 20th Century Woman, is set to be available on Netflix. The movie is about three women raising a teenage boy in 1979.

June 23rd

June 23rd is just as busy as the 16th for Netflix, with four new titles hitting the streaming service. Glow, a sports drama about the lives of women who perform in professional wrestling, will launch its first season on the 23rd.

The first season of  Netflix Original Free Rein, a TV show about a girl meeting a mysterious horse on the English country side, also releases on June 23rd. Nobody Speak: Trials Of The Free Press, directed by Brian Knappenberger, is about Hulk Hogan’s court case against Gawker Media and how the rich can circumvent the free speech of the press.

Lastly, Netflix Original film You Get Me, starring Bella Thorne, Halston Sage and Tylor John Smith, will premiere on the 23rd.

June 27th – 28th

Netflix will launch Chris D’EliaMan On Fire skit will launch on the 27th of June. D’Elia is known for co-starring on the show Whitney.

The seventh season of murder mystery drama, Pretty Little Liars, will be available on Netflix on the 28th. OKJA an odd Netflix Original about a girl name Mija who does everything to protect her large peculiar animal name Okja.

June 30th

Finally we’ve reached the last day of the month, though Netflix left some of its best content for last. The eighth season of Rupaul’s Drag Race will be available on the 30th.

The second season of Between, sci-fi drama about a mysterious disease that kills everyone over the age of 22 in the town of Pretty Lake, will be on Netflix the last day of June. The last title for the month of June is Netflix Original Gypsy, a show about a therapist who gets involved in the lives of her patients.

Here’s a quick look at everything that will be on Netflix this month:

June 1st
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
The Birth of a Nation 

June 2nd
Flaked: Season 2

June 4th
Turn: Washington Spies: Season 3
Shadow Hunters: The Mortal Instruments: Season 2 weekly episodes

June 7th
iZombie: Season 3 weekly episodes
The Edge of Seventeen

June 9th
OITNB: Season 5
Shimmer Lake

June 11th
The Fosters: Season 4

June 13th
Oh Hello on Broadway

June 14th
Quantico: Season 2
Animal Kingdom: Season 1

June 16th
The Ranch: Part 3
World of Winx: Season 2
A Man called Ove

June 20th

June 21st
Queen of The South: Season 1

June 22nd
20th Century Women

June 23d
Glow: Season 1
Free Rein: Season 1
Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press
You Get Me

June 27th
Chris D’Elia: Man On Fire

June 28th
Pretty Little Liars: Season 7

June 30th
Rupaul’s Drag Race: Season 8
Between: Season 2
Gypsy: season 1

Source: Netflix

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