The Tanner family is back with new episodes on June 2. The fourth season ended with the birth of a baby plus a proposal, and the fifth and final one will see Jim and Steph bring their baby to the Fuller residence. A sequel to the popular 1987 show Full House, the Fuller House cast includes Candance Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber.
Coming to Netflix on June 2, True: Rainbow Rescue is an animated show for kids. (Don’t let that stop you from watching it). The vibrantly animated show follows True, an eight-year-old girl, who goes on an exciting adventure with her cute cat Bartleby. Both of them venture out to see what’s on the other side of the Neverending Rainbow and bring back a very important person.
A lot of us got hooked to this teen drama that focused on mental health and a whole gamut of societal issues when it first came out. Although the subsequent seasons didn’t have the same impact as the first one, we’re really curious to know how things end up for everyone at Liberty High School. Find it out with us on June 5, with the release of the final season.
Almost a year after the fourth season, the fabulous five are back with a brand-new season of Queer Eye. Coming to Netflix on June 5, the fifth season will see Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, and Jonathan Van Ness heading over to Philly. The 10-episode season will see some stunning makeovers peppered with the infectious confidence, self-love, and life lessons by the awesome hosts.
Making its debut on June 10, this docuseries takes a close look at the inspiring and lifesaving work of four doctors in New York City’s renowned hospital Lenox Hill. The show invites viewers into the lives of an emergency room physician, a chief resident OBGYN, and two brain surgeons, as they try to balance their work at the hospital and the private aspects of their life.
This Netflix Original thrilling series is all set to drop on June 10. The Brazilian show follows the contestants of a reality drama in Rio De Janeiro. With the city under a zombie attack, the contestants take shelter in a TV studio. But things soon take a turn for the worse, to increasing suspense, as they have to deal with more ordeals than just flesh-eating horrors.
This exciting Netflix Originals film by Spike Lee will release on June 12. The American war drama film follows four African American war veterans who return to Vietnam in search of their fallen squadron leader. Starring Chadwick Boseman, Jean Reno, Paul Walter Hauser, and Delroy Lindo, the film’s plot revolves around them fighting against man and nature to find the remains of their leader, and also a hidden treasure.
Let’s be honest, a lot of us love to hate-watch dating reality shows. We cannot help but mock the smug participants, not-so-real confessions, and overload of cheesiness. But Dating Around avows to bring in a bit of poetic freshness to the concept of on-screen dating. Having made its debut on Netflix in 2019, the show is back for a second season on June 12, 2020.
Slated to release on June 12, this Netflix comedy is the latest stand-up special from the popular Filipino-American comic Jo Koy. In this special, the comedian heads to the Philippines to showcase musicians, DJs, dancers, and comedians from all over the country. The entertaining show that will show off local culture as well, also stars Joey Guila and Andrew Lopez.
We’re grateful that school’s a bygone era, but sign us up for Mr.Iglesias’s class! Comedian Gabriel Iglesias returns for the second part of this Netflix Original on June 17. He reprises his role as Gabe, a high school teacher, to help underperforming kids at his alma mater. Created by Kevin Hench, the comedy-drama show also stars Oscar Nuñez as the Assistant Principal and Sherri Shepherd as the school’s Principal.
While the original annual Eurovision Song Contest manages to keep everyone enthralled each year, this film is a fun, feel-good production of the competition. Slated to release on June 26 on Netflix, the film stars Will Ferrell, Dan Stevens, Rachel McAdams, Demi Lovato, and Pierce Brosnan. The film has been written by Will Ferrell and Andrew Steele and directed by David Dobkin.