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    New Films And Shows To Watch On Amazon Prime, Netflix, Disney+ And Hulu In June 2023

    Despite the opening of theaters, the OTT platforms are still running strong. Streaming platforms like Netflix, Disney+, and Amazon Prime Video sustained the content bug in the audience throughout the pandemic. Netflix, with its ever-expanding catalog, gave us shows like ‘Money Heist,’ ‘Squid Game,’ and more of ‘The Crown.’ Disney+ held the fort for Marvel content, releasing shows like ‘The Falcon And The Winter Soldier,’ ‘Loki,’ and ‘Wanda Vision.’

    Now, all the streaming platforms, despite the slow start post-pandemic, are warming up to provide cutting-edge content for the audience. From brand new shows to brand new seasons of hit shows to theater-to-OTT releases, the summer will be filled with many exciting contents from various streaming platforms. June 2023 will bring Marvel, Disney, and all new brand-new content to the viewers.

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    1) A Beautiful Life

    'A Beautiful Life' on Netflix
    ‘A Beautiful Life’ on Netflix

    The Danish film will explore the life of a fisherman who accidentally comes on the radar of a music producer. Fate remains in his hands as he makes the decision either to lead a normal life or thrive in the spotlight. It will be released on June 1, 2023.

    2) Arnold

    Arnold Schwarzenegger's docuseries on Netflix
    Arnold Schwarzenegger’s docuseries on Netflix

    This three-part docuseries will explore the life of the epitome of the American Hollywood dream, Arnold Schwarzenegger. It will include interviews with his family, friends, and nemesis chronicling his story from Austria to fulfilling his Hollywood and political dream. ‘Arnold’ will be streaming on Netflix on June 7, 2023.

    3) Never Have I Ever (Season 4)

    Maitreyi Ramakrishnan in 'Never Have I Ever'
    Maitreyi Ramakrishnan in ‘Never Have I Ever’

    The hit, coming-of-age teen drama ‘Never Have I Ever’ will return to Netflix with its fourth and final season on June 8, 2023. Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher co-created the series which explores the life of a first-gen Indian, exploring high school life and healing from grief. With the new season, Devi played by Maitreyi Ramakrishnan will be heading to senior year which has a lot of love, crises, and drama in store for her and her gang.

    3) Extraction (Season 2)

    Chris Hemsworth in 'Extraction 2'
    Chris Hemsworth in ‘Extraction 2’

    There is more for Chris Hemsworth‘s Tyler Rake in store after a life-threatening Bangladesh extraction mission. The series ‘Extraction’ is based on the Russo Brothers and Ande Parks’ graphic novel titled ‘Ciudad.’ In the new season, the black ops hire to kill, Tyler Rake, is sent on a mission to save the Georgian gangster’s family from prison while coming face-to-face with certain secrets from Rake’s own life. It will be streaming from June 16, 2023.

    4) The Witcher Season 3 (Volume I)

    Henry Cavill in 'The Witcher'
    Henry Cavill in ‘The Witcher’

    The countdown for Henry Cavill’s farewell from ‘The Witcher’ franchise begins with the first volume of ‘The Witcher’ series. With the new season, the creators will introduce new battle forts, and characters, and bring back some old elements.

    In the new season, Geralt of Riviera is entrusted with the duty to protect Ciri of Cintra. Geralt takes the family and Ciri to a safer spot when many forces try to destroy the union. When they reach the fortress of Aretuza, they find themselves in a new political conflict and dark sorcery. The brand-new season will arrive on the platform on June 29, 2023.

    Amazon Prime Video:

    1) Deadloch

    Kate Box and Madeleine Sami in 'Deadloch'
    Kate Box and Madeleine Sami in ‘Deadloch’

    This brand-new mystery comedy series will star Kate Box and Madeleine Sami. It is a story of a local officer, Dulcie Collins played by Kate Box, who is assigned to investigate a murder. However, Collins fails to find any substantial evidence.

    So, the senior officials appoint another local officer, Eddie Redcliffe played by Madeleine Sami who aids her with the case. With opposing views about the murder, how will the two officers unveil the culprits? The series will release on June 2, 2023.

    2) With Love, (Season 2)

    'With Love' on Amazon Prime Video
    ‘With Love’ on Amazon Prime Video

    After the mystery engagement in season one, fans are eager to see what happens with Jorge played by Mark Indelicato, and Lily Diaz played by Emeraude Toubia. In the second season, the fans are expecting a wedding, but it is still under wraps whether Jorge and Lily will end up together. While Lily is still in a love dilemma between Santiago and Nick, Jorge is questioning his relationship with Henry’s family. The second season will start streaming on June 2, 2023.

    3) Tár

    'Tár' starring Cate Blanchett
    ‘Tár’ starring Cate Blanchett

    The Cate Blanchett-starrer ‘Tár’ created a buzz during the Cannes Film Festival and the awards season. The Oscar-nominated film chronicles the journey of an orchestra conductor, Lydia Tár, and how her life gets marred due to a student. It explores gender politics, cancel culture, and the nuances of the #MeToo movement. The film will start streaming on June 8, 2023.

    4) Jack Ryan (Season 4)

    John Krasinski in 'Jack Ryan'
    John Krasinski in ‘Jack Ryan’

    The suave John Krasinski aka Jack Ryan will be reporting on duty in June 2023! After almost getting the tag of a traitor while preventing World War III, Ryan is now promoted to CIA’s Acting Deputy Director. During this season, Jack and the team have to unearth a deadly confluence of a drug cartel and terrorist organization. While doing so, they will also have to join the dots to find out about internal corruption and black ops that could jeopardize the country. The first two episodes of season four will stream on June 30, 2023.


    1) Avatar: The Way Of Water

    A scene from Avatar: The Way of Water
    A scene from Avatar: The Way of Water

    James Cameron did not disappoint with the sequel to the mega-blockbuster 2009 film ‘Avatar.’ With ‘Avatar: The Way of Water,’ Cameron takes us on the journey of Na’vi with the Sulky family. In the sequel, Jake and Neytiri are fighting to protect their family and clan from an impending danger to Pandora. The film will be streamed from June 7, 2023.

    2) Secret Invasion

    The Skrulls in 'Secret Invasion'
    The Skrulls in ‘Secret Invasion’

    With ‘Secret Invasion,’ Nick Fury, along with Maria Hill and Everett Rose, will be on a mission to save humanity from a Skrulls invasion. However, one may have to be precarious of these shape-shifting skulls as anyone can be anything. Disney+ will release weekly episodes of the Samuel L. Jackson starrer. The first episode will air on June 21, 2023.

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    1) It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia (Season 16)

    'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia'
    ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’

    It has never been a dull day since the gang of five—Dennis, Charlie, Mac, Frank, and Dee started creating havoc in Philadelphia. Even after two decades since the show aired, it is still as effervescent and likable (though the characters are not) for the fans. This season the gang will be back to Paddy’s Pub with new issues to discuss and new lives to ruin! The first two episodes of the FX series will stream on Hulu on June 7, 2023.

    2) Flamin’ Hot

    Jesse Garcia as Richard Montañez in Hulu's 'Flamin' Hot'
    Jesse Garcia as Richard Montañez in Hulu’s ‘Flamin’ Hot’

    After Ben Affleck’s ‘Air,’ Eva Longoria brought forward a story of an underdog who has allegedly put the Cheetos on the map. What did he do? Invented the wildly popular flavor ‘Flamin’ Hot.’ It is the rags-to-riches story of Richard Montañez, who became the marketing VP for PepsiCo. from a janitor at Frito-Lay. Jesse Garcia will star as Richard in the film. The film will be streaming on June 9, 2023.

    3) The Bear (Season 2)

    Jeremy White in 'The Bear' season 2
    Jeremy White in ‘The Bear’ season 2

    After a successful first season and exemplary performances from Jeremy Allen White and Ayo Edebiri, ‘The Bear’ will come on Hulu with a second season. The story follows Carmen, a gourmet, award-winning chef who has to leave his job at a Michelin-star restaurant to work at his late older brother’s restaurant.

    While doing so, he has to revamp the place, train the chefs, and also face traumas and relationships that he left behind. After a chaotic yet optimistic ending, the new season will put light on creating a new place from scratch. The new season will stream on Hulu from June 22, 2023.

    4) The Night Manager (Part 2)

    Tom Hiddleston and Elizabeth Debicki in 'The Night Manager'
    Tom Hiddleston and Elizabeth Debicki in ‘The Night Manager’

    The suave Tom Hiddleston aka Jonathan Pine will be reporting back to duty as the night manager on June 30. Jonathan Pine is an ex-army officer who now works at a hotel in Cairo as a night manager. When he comes across some sensitive documents about a businessman, he hands them to British intelligence. He gets recruited to find the connection of the businessman with arm’s dealers while luring his girlfriend. The show is based on a novel with the same moniker by John le Carre. Part two of season one will be streamed on Hulu.

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    Nishant Bhise
    Nishant Bhise
    Nishant Bhise is a Sub-Editor at FirstCuriosity. He has more than 2 years of experience in Entertainment content writing with the organization. Besides being a journalist and humanist, he loves cinema and intersectionality, basically everything that screams love, hope, and of course, Lady Gaga. Nishant loves and breathes popular culture, music, especially hip-hop and pop, and the royal family drama. Along with that, he takes great interest in the happenings in the technology world and politics. He is an LGBTQIA+ ally. Approach him with an apple juice to discuss Modern Family, Pose, and Schitt’s Creek.

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