Everything You’ll Want To Stream In June
If you’re anything like us, your streaming queue is likely still full from all of the amazing content released to Netflix, Hulu and the rest in May. If you don’t have exciting travel plans this weekend—or if you’ll be spending a lot of time in transit with nothing to do—it might be a good opportunity to catch up on what you’ve missed, as you’ll want to make room for everything coming to your small screen in June. To aid you in this endeavor, we’ve compiled a curated list of the content coming and going from Netflix, Hulu and HBO as of June 1, so you can indulge in a last-minute binge in anticipation of what’s next.
You'll want to catch Bridget Jones's Diary, About a Boy, Madonna: Truth or Dare, Nine Months, Groundhog Day and Ghost before they're exiled from Netflix on June 1. Keep reading to find out which programs will be replacing these gems.
Orange Is The New Black, Season 4
The newest season of cult-favorite Orange Is The New Black debuts on June 17. Watch the tense trailer here.
Janis: Little Girl Blue
We can't get enough of rock docs, and this one promises not to disappoint as it explores the dark side of iconic artist Janis Joplin. It debuts on June 1. Watch the trailer here.
The Fundamentals of Caring
This film was picked up by Netflix at the Sundance Film Festival this year, and it stars Paul Rudd and Selena Gomez. It debuts on June 24, and you can watch the trailer here.
This film won the Oscar for best picture this year, so it's definitely worth a watch if you haven't yet seen it. Spotlight comes to Netflix on June 22. Watch the trailer here.
If you can believe it, the original Jurassic Park film is 23-years-old. Now that we've made you feel like a dinosaur, relive your ancient history by viewing the trailer here. It hits Netflix on June 1.
Rock the Kasbah
This movie didn't exactly get rave reviews, which probably explains why it go so little press despite the fact that it stars Bill Murray, Kate Hudson, Bruce Willis, Zooey Deschanel and Danny McBride. Still, we think it's probably one of those so-bad-it's-good films, so we're willing to watch. Rock the Kasbah hits Netflix on June 1. Watch the trailer here.
If you're one of the millions of people who remembers this book from their childhood, this 2014 adaptation is a must. It stars Meryl Streep, Katie Holmes, and Jeff Bridges, and will be released to Netflix on June 15. Watch the trailer here.
Scandal, Season 5
If you've fallen behind on the many misadventures of Olivia Pope, you can get fully up to speed starting June 11.
The League, Season 7
If you're a comedy fan and haven't yet seen this show, we foresee a binge in your near future—don't worry, you don't have to care about football to get invested. The final season of The League comes to Netflix on June 14.
This 1979 Francis Ford Coppola film, which stars the iconic Marlon Brandon, is a cult-favorite. It hits Hulu on June 1. Watch the trailer here.
If you've never seen this 1979 film in which a teenage girl goes postal, it's perfect viewing for the end of a long week. Carrie comes to Hulu on June 1. View the trailer here.
Midnight In Paris
Midnight in Paris is a Woody Allen film which stars Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams as love interests, with a twist. It comes to Hulu on June 1. Watch the trailer here.
You can't get better than Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep, unless it's Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep sporting 80s fashion, as happens in this 1986 film. It hits Hulu on June 1. Watch the trailer here.
You may find this odd, but Wayne's World is one of our all-time favorite films. It comes to Hulu on June 1. Watch the trailer here.
Rules of Attraction
This film, based on the Bret Easton Ellis novel of the same name, is an amazing artifact of the early aughts starring James Van Der Beek, Ian Somerhalder and Shannyn Sossamon. It comes to Hulu on June 3. Watch the trailer here.
Casual, Season 2
The first season of this Netflix original show—which revolves largely around the world of modern day dating—was much buzzed about. Season 2 of Casual comes to Hulu on June 7.
He Named Me Malala
This documentary is based on the Pakistani female activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai. It comes to Hulu on June 11. Watch the trailer here.
Married, Season 2
We loved this show, so we're pretty bummed it was canceled after just two seasons. Watch the second season on Hulu starting June 2.
Barely Famous, Season 2
This faux reality show is hilarious and definitely worth watching when you need a little mindless entertainment. Season 2 premieres on Hulu on June 3.
Love & Mercy
This film tells the story of Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson, who suffered from schizophrenia and is portrayed brilliantly by John Cusack. Watch the trailer here. Love & Mercy comes to Hulu on June 4.
The Good Wife, Season 7
In case you missed it, The Good Wife's final season will come to Hulu on June 20.
50 Shades of Grey, Knocked Up, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Pretty In Pink and She's All That leave HBO as of June 1, so we suggest you binge out on your favorites this week. June will also sadly see the season finales of Games of Thrones, Veep and Silicon Valley, but luckily we still have a full month of new episodes before they expire. Keep reading to find out what's new to the network as of the first of the month.
Bloodline, Season 2
We loved the first season of this dark family drama, which stars our dad-crush Kyle Chandler. Season 2 premieres today. Watch the trailer here.
Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead
If you're too young to remember this 1991 film, it's definitely worth checking out. It stars Christina Applegate and comes to HBO on June 1. Watch the trailer here.
This film is a classic—revisit the trailer here. High Fidelity comes to HBO on June 1.
Igby Goes Down
This cult-favorite 2002 film stars Kieran Culkin, Claire Danes, Jeff Goldblum, Susan Sarandon, Amanda Peet and Ryan Phillippe. Igby Goes Down comes to HBO on June 1.
What better way to kick off summer than with this uber-patriotic blockbuster? Independence Day arrives on HBO on June 1.
While the 2013 Wolf of Wall Street is fun—if for no other reason than it feels like a documentary about Leonardo DiCaprio—there's no substitute for the original Wall Street. Watch the trailer here. Wall Street comes to HBO on June 1.