A list of TV shows and movies you can’t miss streaming in June 2022

It’s all about superheroes this month on our favorite streaming platforms, with The boys season 3 and a new Marvel series as part of the slate of new shows releasing in June 2022.

Fans will be treated to the return of their favorite characters in the new seasons of The boys and The Umbrella Academy. They will also be introduced to the MCU’s latest addition – Ms. Marvel this month.

That said, the other non-superhero offerings that will premiere on major streaming platforms are nothing short of awe-inspiring. Occupying our must-have list of new shows streaming in June 2022 is the Korean remake of Money theft as good as Westworld Season 4. We’ve also added a few movies, for those days when you don’t feel like committing to a series.

Here are 13 new shows to watch in June 2022:

The boys season 3

Jensen Ackles as Soldier Boy. (Picture: Amazon Prime Video)

Firsts: June 3
Platform: Amazon Prime Video

The war between Supes and humans continues in The boys season 3. It’s been a quiet year since the events of season 2. Homelander is overpowered and Butcher works for the government, overseen by Hughie of All People. But both men are eager to turn that peace and tranquility into blood and bone. So when the boys learn of a mysterious anti-Supe weapon, it sends them crashing into all seven, starting a war, and chasing the legend of the first superhero: Soldier Boy.

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Hustle

Hustle. (Picture: Netflix)

Firsts: June 3
Platform: netflix

Funnyman Adam Sandler gives a potentially award-winning performance in his latest movie Hustle, a heartfelt, inspirational, and masterfully shot and written basketball drama. Sandler plays Stanley Sugerman, a basketball scout who discovers Bo Cruz (Utah Jazz’s Juancho Hermangomez) a raw but hugely talented player in Spain, and goes to great lengths to get him into the NBA. Hustle is produced by Sandler and basketball great Lebron James, and features real athletes like Hermangomez, Anthony Edwards and retired player Julius “Dr. J” Irving. This film received rave reviews and is now Sandler’s highest rated film on Rotten Tomatoes. Definitely a must-have watch, even if you’re not a fan of the sport.

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Link: Eat, Love, Kill

Link: Eat, love, kill. (Picture: Disney+)

Firsts: June 6
Platform: Disney+

A celebrity chef suddenly shares someone else’s emotions and collapses in front of a restaurant full of customers. For this reason, he is led to revisit his past and the mysterious disappearance of his sister. Dropping everything, he returns to his hometown and falls in love with a mysterious woman with a secret of her own.

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Irma Vep

Irma Vep. (Picture: HBO Max)

Firsts: June 6
Platform: HBO GO

Unhappy with her career and her recent breakup, American actress Mira (Alicia Vikander) travels to France to play the role of Irma Vep in a remake of a French silent film titled The vampires. Over time, the lines between his real and real life begin to blur.

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Ms. Marvel

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Iman Vellani as Ms. Marvel / Kamala Khan in Marvel Studios’ Ms. Marvel. (Picture: Marvel Studios)

Firsts: June 8
Platform: Disney+

Kamala Khan, a Muslim American teenager growing up in Jersey, is a mega superhero fan with a wild imagination. However, Kamala feels like she doesn’t fit in at school and sometimes even at home. Her fortune changes quickly when she gains superpowers like the heroes she has always looked up to.

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Roadrunner: a film about Anthony Bourdain

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An intimate look into the life of the late Anthony Bourdain. (Picture: HBO GO)

Firsts: June 9
Platform: HBO GO

The MAX Original documentary delves into the unusual life of the late storyteller, explorer and chef Anthony Bourdain. Directed and produced by Academy Award-winning director Morgan Neville (20 feet from fame), the documentary offers a glimpse into the life of the larger-than-life personality who took viewers around the world on his culinary adventures.

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God’s Favorite Idiot

God’s favorite idiot. (Picture: Netflix)

Firsts: June 15
Platform: netflix

Tech support worker Clark (Ben Falcone) becomes an unlikely messenger from God after being struck by lightning and given the responsibility of preventing an impending apocalypse. Hilarity ensues as he takes on this Herculean task, all while wrestling with his feelings for co-worker Amily (Falcone’s real-life wife, Melissa McCarthy).

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spider head

Spiderhead New Shows June 2022
Chris Hemsworth as Abnesti, Miles Teller as Jeff, and Mark Paguio as Verlaine in Spiderhead. (Picture: Netflix)

Firsts: June 17
Platform: netflix

Chris Hemsworth and Miles Teller direct this new sci-fi thriller, set in the near future. spider head centers on two inmates in a state-of-the-art penitentiary run by a brilliant visionary. After being given mind-altering drugs, the duo form a connection, which forces them to grapple with their pasts.

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The Umbrella Academy: Season 3

Umbrella Academy
The Umbrella Academy gang returns for Season 3. (Image: Netflix)

Firsts: June 22
Platform: netflix

The Emmy-nominated series about a dysfunctional superhero family returns for a new season. After saving the world once again, the Umbrella Academy gang find themselves in an alternate timeline, in which they must face off against another superhero team called Sparrow Academy.

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Booty

Booty. (Picture: Apple TV+)

Firsts: June 24
Platform: AppleTV+

Molly Novak (played by Maya Rudolph) finds her life turned upside down when her billionaire husband cheats on her. Armed with an $87 billion divorce settlement, she must navigate a new, unknown world on her own – with a little help from her friends.

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Chloe

new tv shows to watch in june 2022
Chloe. (Picture: Amazon Prime Video)

Firsts: June 24
Platform: Amazon Prime Video

Disenchanted with her own mundane life, Becky obsessively follows her friend Chloe’s seemingly perfect and glamorous one via Instagram. When Chloe suddenly dies, Becky assumes a new identity named “Sasha” in order to infiltrate Chloe’s social circle and investigate the cause of her death. As she is drawn deeper into her lies and Chloe’s complicated world, she runs the risk of being exposed.

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Money Heist: Korea – Common Economic Space

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Money Heist: Korea – Common Economic Space. (Picture: Netflix)

Firsts: June 24
Platform: netflix

In this gritty Korean remake of Money Heist, the thieves are catching up with the currency of a unified Korea. With hostages trapped inside, the police must arrest them – and the dark mastermind behind it all. Will they escape with the loot or are they doomed in a no escape scenario?

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Westworld Season 4

Westworld Season 3 New Shows June 2022
Evan Rachel Wood returns in season 3 of Westworld. (Picture: HBO)

Firsts: June 27
Platform: HBO GO

The Emmy-winning HBO Original drama series looks back on the dark odyssey of the dawn of artificial consciousness and the birth of a new form of life on Earth. After the Season 3 finale, the sci-fi series took a turn into the unknown with some of its main characters. Delores Abernathy is presumed dead, the Man in Black was killed by a robot version of himself, while Bernard disappeared into the Sublime. But as previous seasons have shown us, all is not what it seems in Westworld.

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