See what’s streaming in June


“Lupin” was an addictive hit for Netflix and now Part 2 is coming. Pursued by Hubert and his henchmen, Assane scrambles to find Raoul and wins an unlikely new ally as he draws up a grand plan to reveal Hubert’s crimes in the new season. It’s just one of the new series and films streaming in June.

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By Lisa Respers France, CNN

Updated 11:56 AM ET, Mon May 31, 2021

“Lupin” was an addictive hit for Netflix and now Part 2 is coming. Pursued by Hubert and his henchmen, Assane scrambles to find Raoul and wins an unlikely new ally as he draws up a grand plan to reveal Hubert’s crimes in the new season. It’s just one of the new series and films streaming in June.

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“In The Heights”: Set in New York City and one of the most eagerly awaited summer films, this movie fuses Lin-Manuel Miranda’s kinetic music and lyrics with director Jon M. Chu’s lively and authentic eye for storytelling that captures a world very much of its place, but universal in its experience. (HBO Max)


“Wolfgang”: Chef Wolfgang Puck, seen here at the 89th Annual Academy Awards Governors Ball Press Preview on February 16, 2017 in Hollywood, California, is the subject of a new documentary. It chronicles his inspiring true story of surviving a troubled childhood and whose perseverance led him to become one of the most prolific chefs of our time and household name. (Disney+)

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“Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries” Season 2: Geraldine Hakewill stars as Peregrine Fisher and Emma Hamilton as Sally Whedon in this spinoff of the Australian sensation “Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries.” This swinging 1960s crime series follows the fearless and spirited Peregrine Fisher, the niece of world-class adventurer and private detective Phryne Fisher, as she inherits a windfall from her famous aunt and sets out to become an exceptional sleuth in her own right. (AcornTV)

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“Bosch” Season 7: Based on Michael Connelly’s best-selling novel “The Burning Room” and the real arson case that inspired it, the seventh and final season of “Bosch” focuses on Detective Harry Bosch’s famous motto: “Everybody counts or nobody counts.” When a ten-year-old girl dies in an arson fire, Bosch risks everything to bring her killer to justice despite opposition from powerful forces. (Amazon Prime)

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“The Ice Road”: After a remote diamond mine collapses in far northern Canada, a ‘big-rig’ ice road driver (Liam Neeson) must lead an impossible rescue mission over a frozen ocean to save the trapped miners. Contending with thawing waters and a massive storm, they discover the real threat is one they never saw coming. (Netflix)

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“Black Summer” Season 2: Christine Lee as Kyungsun, Zoe Marlett as Anna, Justin Chu Cary as Spears, and Jaime King as Rose Winter in this series that comes with cold-blooded new challenges during the zombie apocalypse as frantic scavengers and violent militias battle the dead and desperate. (Netflix)


“Sophie: A Murder in West Cork”: This true crime series is based on the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier, a French woman found dead near her West Cork holiday home. (Netflix)


“Dom”: This scripted Brazilian original series is inspired by the infamous true story of a father and son on opposite sides of the war on drugs in Rio. Victor is a military intelligence agent who makes the war on drugs his life’s mission. In an unfortunate twist of fate, he witnesses his own son struggle with addiction and emerge as one of the most wanted crime lords in Rio: Pedro Dom. (Amazon Prime)

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“The Outside Story”: Charles Young (Brian Tyree Henry) is a broken-hearted video editor who, recently broken up with his girlfriend, sequesters himself at home. But then he locks himself out of his apartment, he’s forced to meet his previously avoided neighbors and learns some valuable lessons. (Hulu)

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“Flak” Season 2: Set in a world of high-stakes public relations, the series stars Anna Paquin as Robyn, a flack; a sharp and witty PR agent who’s an expert at her craft but a self-saboteur when it comes to her personal life. With PR as the perfect backdrop, the new centers on Robyn and her colleagues who must figure out how to make the best of bad situations and manage to get out unscathed. (Amazon Prime)

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“GENERA+ION”: The dramadey is a dark yet playful series following a diverse group of high school students whose exploration of modern sexuality (devices and all) tests deeply entrenched beliefs about life, love and the nature of family in their conservative community. (HBO Max)


“September Mornings”: Also known as “Manhãs de Setembro.” it charts the journey of Cassandra (Brazilian singer/songwriter Liniker), who starts to see her life get on track. Things take an unexpected turn, however, when her ex, Leide (Karine Teles), shows up with Gersinho (Gustavo Coelho) and claims he is Cassandra’s son. (Amazon Prime)

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“Borat Supplemental Reportings Retrieved From Floor of Stable Containing Editing Machine”: If you can’t get enough of Sacha Baron Cohen’s “Borat” character, this special is for you. It’s composed of three different parts, including never-before-seen footage from the Oscar-nominated movie “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.” (Amazon Prime)

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“False Positive”: After months of trying and failing to get pregnant, Lucy (Ilana Glazer) and Adrian (Justin Theroux) finally find their dream fertility doctor in the illustrious Dr. Hindle (Pierce Brosnan). But after becoming pregnant with a healthy baby girl, Lucy begins to notice something sinister through Hindle’s gleaming charm, and she sets out to uncover the unsettling truth about him, and her own birth story. (Hulu)

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“Too Hot To Handle” Season 2: The world’s hottest no dating, dating show is back with ten sexy new singles. Anyone who dares to break the rules of no kissing, no heavy petting, and no self-gratification of any kind will see the $100,000 prize drop faster than our contestants’ libido in the least sexy vacation getaway of their lives. (Netflix)


“Love, Victor” Season 2: The teen dramedy returns and finds a newly out of the closet Victor (Michael Cimino) entering his junior year at Creekwood High. But being out brings with it new challenges, as Victor faces a family struggling with his revelation, a heartbroken ex-girlfriend in Mia (Rachel Hilson), and the difficulties of being an openly gay star athlete — all while navigating the excitement of his relationship with Benji (George Sear). (Hulu)

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“Trese”: Set in a Manila where mythical creatures of Philippine folklore hide amongst humans, Alexandra Trese goes head-to-head with a criminal underworld in this anime. (Netflix)


“Alive”: Ethan Hawke and Josh Hamilton star in this film based on the true story of a Uruguayan rugby team whose plane crashes in the Andes mountains. During their epic struggle to survive, the group are stranded on a barren glacier with almost no food or supplies which leads them to desperate measures. (Hulu)

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“The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It”: Get ready to be freaked out by this chilling story of terror, murder and unknown evil that shocked experienced real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, played by Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson. (HBO Max)

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“Awake”: Lucius Hoyos as Noah, Gina Rodriguez as Jill, and Ariana Greenblatt as Matilda star in this film in which after a global event wipes out humanity’s ability to sleep, a troubled ex-soldier fights to save her family as society and her mind spiral into chaos. (Netflix)

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“The Little Things”: A quick evidence gathering assignment starring Academy Award winners Denzel Washington, Rami Malek and Jared Leto results in a psychological thriller about a hunt for a killer. (HBO Max)


“Love Jones”: Nia Long and Larenz Tate star in this story of a poet and photographer trying to figure out if they’d found lasting love or just a passionate fling. (Netflix)

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“The Sommerdahl Murders” Season 2: Based on the bestselling novels, Detective Chief Inspector Dan Sommerdahl (Peter Mygind) investigates murders in a lovely Danish coastal town with his best friend, Detective Flemming Torp, and his wife, Marianne, a criminal technician. But Dan’s years of devotion to the job have hurt his marriage, and with Marianne wanting a divorce, Dan discovers the rival for her affections is none other than his best friend. (Acorn TV)

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“Rhyme Time Town” Season 2: Best friends Daisy and Cole are back for more musical fun and adventure with their nursery rhyme pals, solving problems with teamwork and creativity. (Netflix)


“The Big Chill”: JoBeth Williams, Kevin Kline, William Hurt and Glenn Close star in this film about a group college friends who gather together after losing one of their own has become a classic as much for the drama as the awesome soundtrack. (Hulu)

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“Wonder Boy”: French fashion designer Olivier Roustein makes a remarkable ascent to artistic director of the Balmain brand, as captured in this documentary. (Netflix)

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“Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce)” Season 2: It’s another season of twists, turns and troubles plaguing the seemingly happy marriages of three women who work on a radio show. (Netflix)


“The Family Man” Season 2: The global espionage thriller returns as Srikant Tiwari (Manoj Bajpayee) has quit TASC and works in the private sector to spend more time with the family. A powerful new enemy forces him to return. Srikant has to now uncover and thwart a dangerous coalition between an old foe and a dormant group of militants. But the danger is much closer to home. (Amazon Prime)

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“Trolls TrollTopia” Season 3: Friendships between the tribes are stronger than ever with the arrival of “Pal-entine’s Day” and the help of the new Metroll Train Station in this animated series. (Hulu)


Michael Smerconish: Things I WIsh I knew Before I Started Talking: CNN’s Michael Smerconish celebrates his 30th year as a talk radio host in a one-man performance, recorded live during a pandemic. (Hulu)

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“Bratz:The Movie”: When high school hierarchy divides four best friends into different cliques, the girls defy expectations and try to bring their groups together in this musical comedy based on a popular toy line. (Hulu)

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“LFG”: This doc offers a a no-holds-barred, inside account of the US women’s national soccer team’s ongoing fight for equal pay including superstar forward and activist Megan Rapinoe. (HBO Max)

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“The Big Lebowski”: When Jeff “The Dude” Lebowski gets mistaken for a millionaire of the same name, he seeks restitution for his ruined rug and enlists his bowling buddies to help in this now classic comedy. (Netflix)

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